The idea for an innovative virtual community, known as girltank, is rooted in a story of two enterprising young American women.
Gorgeous visuals, interesting stories, and enterprising features—both in print and online—have been hallmarks of her stewardship.
But criminal thugs have made these enterprising women targets for kidnapping and extortion.
The intrusive lens at the tennis court belonged to an enterprising 30-year-old pap, Niraj Tanna of Ikon Pictures.
From that enterprising beginning, Lieberman moved to New York City to study at Parsons School of Design.
The enterprising and scientific band will sail as soon as the necessary arrangements are completed.
The Albanians are "enterprising and industrious," says Miss Durham.
But little were their murmurings heeded by the enterprising men of the valley.
The population in general, is a moral, industrious, enterprising class.
The pioneers—hardy, enterprising and democratic—had no use nor room for slaves.
"eager to undertake," 1610s, from enterprise. Until mid-19c. (at least in Britain) mostly in a bad sense: "scheming, ambitious, foolhardy." Earlier (1560s) as a verbal noun meaning "action of undertaking."