- wereld v.h. amusement; wereld v.h. amusement
those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theater
- Show your own business.
- Show business is really glamorous.
- I want to be in show business.
- I always wanted to go into show business.
- I didn't start out thinking I'd go into show business.
- Please show me the way to the business section.
- Janet was seeking for fame in the world of show business.
- Since he's in show business he often goofs around in a showy way, but once in a while he has these bashful mannerisms that are really cute.
- However, the evidence provided so far does not convincingly show that such a profit level is the minimum necessary to ensure the viable business activity of the Union industry in this business sector.
- the user of the asset must show that the asset is necessary to his business and that the financing arrangements adopted are not of a purely tax-related nature
- The company was also unable to prove, and provided no evidence to show, that the State could not interfere in the business decisions of the company through the decisions of their Board of Directors.
- It also expects that, in line with the recommendations of its advisers and with the restructuring plan reworked on this basis, the bank will [...]* as soon as unexpectedly poor business results show this to be necessary.
- However, this claim was already investigated during the on-spot verification visit where the company failed to submit any supporting evidence which could show the part of the insurance income which was allegedly destined for the loss of business.
- First, EC and EEA companies with a legal domicile (Sitz) outside Germany and a permanent business establishment in Germany should in principle be eligible where they can show that they comply with the conditions set out in the aid schemes and with the rules relating to the structure and business activities of VCCs (assuming they are compatible with the EC Treaty).
- Arguments advanced by Germany and DHL that the mutual provision of warranties between contracting parties is usual business practice are not more than a general statement and are therefore irrelevant because the above calculations show clearly that in the particular case Leipzig Airport is just not able to finance the offered warranties out of its own resources.