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- A chance for employment or promotion
- A set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something
- (opportunity) a possibility due to a favorable combination of circumstances; "the holiday gave us the opportunity to visit Washington"; "now is your chance"
- "Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money)" is a song by UK synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys, released as a single in 1985 and then in 1986, gaining greater popularity in both the UK and U.S. with its second release.
- (Opportunity (law)) In US Criminal law, means, motive, and opportunity is a popular cultural summation of the three aspects of a crime needed to convince a jury of guilt in a criminal proceeding.
- Beneficial; useful
- (profit) the advantageous quality of being beneficial
- (of a business or activity) Yielding profit or financial gain
- yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market"
- (profit) derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience"
- the commitment of something other than money (time, energy, or effort) to a project with the expectation of some worthwhile result; "this job calls for the investment of some hard thinking"; "he made an emotional investment in the work"
- The action or process of investing money for profit or material result
- A thing that is worth buying because it may be profitable or useful in the future
- An act of devoting time, effort, or energy to a particular undertaking with the expectation of a worthwhile result
- outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism
- investing: the act of investing; laying out money or capital in an enterprise with the expectation of profit
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Washington; its desirability as a place of residence and the opportunities it affords for profitable investment
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USSR. Transports & Communications.
The Tupolev Tu-144, registration CCCP-68001, was the first supersonic airliner in the world. Still a prototype, made ??its maiden flight on December 31, 1968 from the Zhukovsky Air Base (USSR), two months before the initial prototype of the Concorde F-WTSS. The first route was established commercial supersonic Tu-144 from Moscow to Alma-Ata on December 26, 1975, followed by those of the Concorde from January 21, 1976. Why there are no supersonic civilian aircraft? They always say it's about money. However, several lines supersonic proved profitable, at least marginally. British Airways, for example, squeezed out twenty million pounds annually of its flights London-New York and London-Barbados on Concorde, and says that eventually recovered a total of 1700 million against an investment of one billion. By 1984, some media claimed that the Anglo-French supersonic aircraft had managed to break the barrier of the benefit (although Air France did not learn much). But the intangible earnings in the form of prestige, development of advanced technologies and business opportunities were much greater: it can hardly be said that Airbus would have gone ahead if the Concorde had not taken off ever (especially considering the failure of the Mercure and the precarious situation politics surrounding the A300 at the time). Concorde was the one who showed that-European cooperation could work and create great innovations to giants like Boeing, its iconic silhouette flying across the sky fascinated millions of people, attracting countless customers that operating companies and high reputation in their countries for many years. The Tu-144, even more ambitious (among other things, flew significantly faster and could carry more cargo, but with shorter range), was plagued with problems that severely limited its commercial operation and finally lead to an early cancellation. However, the technologies derived from the Soviet Union allowed the development of large military aircraft such as supersonic bomber Tu-160 strategic nuclear as well as a number of developments of interest to other military aircraft, space launch vehicles in the segment improved atmospheric and different types air missile. Not to mention re-use as flying laboratory for Russia and the U.S. NASA. On the other hand, supersonic civil aircraft also claimed some lives: 113 in the case of the Concorde (the only disaster of his career) and 16 in the two accidents of the Tu-144 (Tupolev's claims occurred during a test flight and a display, bringing the death toll was reduced.) It is worth noting here a fact often forgotten when assessing their potential: both the Concorde and the Tu-144 represented the first generation of supersonic commercial aircraft (and final for now). In my opinion, to judge the supersonic commercial transport for the results of these two aircraft is much like judging the potential of jet aircraft by the results of the De Havilland Comet and the Avro Jetliner, a tragedy and a failure, respectively. If after the Avro Comet and have not reached the Tupolev Tu-104 (the first commercial aircraft jet successfully) or the Boeing 707, perhaps now would think that the jet is a fiasco. And if the Tupolev Tu-124 had not proved effective against turbofans turbojets to limit fuel consumption, as was also now all retired from service for economically and ecologically unsustainable. Este Tupolev Tu-144, matricula CCCP-68001, fue el primer avion civil supersonico del mundo. Todavia un prototipo, realizo su vuelo inaugural el 31 de diciembre de 1968 desde la base aerea de Zhukovsky (URSS), dos meses antes que el prototipo inicial del Concorde F-WTSS. La primera ruta comercial supersonica fue establecida con Tu-144 entre Moscu y Alma-Ata el 26 de diciembre de 1975, seguida por las del Concorde a partir del 21 de enero de 1976. ?Por que ya no existen aviones civiles supersonicos? Siempre se dice que es por el dinero. Sin embargo, varias lineas supersonicas resultaron ser rentables, al menos marginalmente. British Airways, por ejemplo, le sacaba veinte millones de libras anuales a sus vuelos Londres-Nueva York y Londres-Barbados en Concorde; y se dice que al final recuperaron mil setecientos millones en total frente a una inversion de mil millones. Ya en 1984, algunos medios afirmaban que el avion supersonico anglo-frances habia logrado romper la barrera del beneficio (aunque Air France no se entero mucho). Pero las ganancias intangibles en forma de prestigio, desarrollo de tecnologias avanzadas y oportunidades empresariales fueron mucho mayores: se puede decir que dificilmente Airbus habria salido adelante si el Concorde no hubiese despegado jamas (sobre todo teniendo en cuenta el fracaso del Mercure y la precaria situacion politica que rodeaba al A300 en aquellos momentos). Fue el Concorde quien demostro que la cooperacion intereuropea podia funcionar y crear grandes innovaciones frente a gigantes como Boeing; su emblematica silueta surcando los c
UK, London, Berkeley Square
London, Berkeley Square, June 2004. This is a late 18th century example of a highly successful mixed-use urban neighborhood located west of central London. Elegant town homes face one of the city's famous squares where both permanent and part-time residents lived. The landed gentry came to London to conduct business and engage in politics. Highly successful merchants lived among their best seasonal customers. High end shops and professional offices were located on the street level of some town houses while others serve as clubs or meeting spaces for influential cultural and political groups supported by the city's elite. The evolution of this space is as interesting as its current use. It seems that the Berkeley family were land holders and politically active in the early 17th century. They played a role in both camps during the political upheavals surrounding the English Civil War, the execution of King Charles I and the Commonwealth government of Oliver Cromwell. Fortunately for the Berkeley family, they played both ends delicately. With the death of Cromwell, the demise of the Commonwealth and the Restoration of King Charles II, the Berkeley's were seen as what might be called the friends of Charles, the heir appearent. The Berkeley family was rewarded accordingly. Since Charles II only had a throne and his head intact, and no money, land was the most common reward for his supporters. Already well endowed with real estate, the Berkeley's were not unhappy to receive more land. This square and the surrounding neighborhood was the site of the Berkeley family's suburban estate which in the late 1600's was still just outside the western limits of London. Besides, the Berkeley's were busy with other interests, including one serving as Colonial Governor of Virginia. They held profitable sugar plantations in the Caribbean and were partial owners of the speculative colony of New Jersey. Two Berkeley brothers were among the eight original Lord Proprietors of the new colony of Carolina which began in 1670. They were just as interested in things profitable and political inside London. Along with others associated with the Carolina venture, the Berkeley's were contemporaries of Lord Ashley Cooper, his secretary John Locke and others who would be deeply involved with the political, economic and literary life of London just as it was becoming the center of a global empire. Eventually, the Berkeley's turned their attentions to investments closer to home. They left their names on places in Virginia and the Carolinas, but their most profitable investments eventually were those in and around London. By the 1770's the Berkeley family had moved beyond their American colonial interests and so had London. The Berkeley's suburban estate was by then surrounded by an ever expanding, crowded and, at least for some, very prosperous London. That generation of Berkeley's decided to become real estate speculators much closer to home. In fact they tore down their family home, leveled the estate and redeveloped it as an upscale London neighborhood surrounding the square that would continue to bear the family name. A Charleston merchant, Henry Laurens, in 1780, was technically still a prisoner of the Tower of London. Laurens, the former President of the Continental Congress, was a high profile leader in the American Revolution. He had been captured at sea by a British warship while on his way to negotiate an alliance with the Dutch against the British and could very well have been executed for treason. London merchants ruled with as much power as the throne, at least when it came to the power of the purse. Laurens was respected, very wealthy and a skillful merchant in his own right. Among his many business friends in London he was considered to be an equal among the best of them even though he was an American. He was too important to execute as time would prove. He was eventually exchanged as a prisoner of war for Lord Cornwallis. This came just in time to be named to be one of three Americans authorized to negotiate the final peace with Great Britain ending the hostilities between England and its former colonies. Until then, and for several years during his imprisonment, Laurens had been given the freedom of the city provided he reported back to his jailers at the Tower at the end of the day. He must have observed the construction of Berkeley Square which by then was in earnest. He must have also found the real estate enterprises of the most recent generation of Berkeley's to be interesting. By then South Carolina had become a Royal Colony and the Lord Proprietors of which the Berkeley’s were two of the wiser ones, had long ago sold their interests in what began as a private venture. Still the Berkeley’s were a familiar name to most of South Carolina’s leadership one hundred years later, if only for the Berkeley’s high profile activities of the day. Henry Laurens was very likely intimately familiar with their involvement i
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