See also:chance, and especially chance of danger ; so a hazardous enterprise or remarkable incident . Thus an " adventurer," from meaning one who takes
See also:part in some speculative course of
See also:action, came to mean one who lived by his wits and a
See also:person of no character . The word is also used in certain restricted legal connexions . Joint adventure, for instance, may be distinguished from
See also:partnership (q.v.) . A
See also:bill of adventure in maritime
See also:law (now apparently obsolete) is a writing signed by the shipmaster declaring that goods shipped in his name really belong to another, to whom he is responsible . The bill of
See also:gross adventure in French maritime law is an instrument making a
See also:loan on maritime security .
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