biz

noun
\ ˈbiz How to pronounce biz (audio) \

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But if Psalm doesn't want to follow his mother and aunt Kylie Jenner into the business biz, Kim has come prepared. Marci Robin, Allure, "Kim Kardashian Already Applied for Beauty Trademarks in Two-Week-Old Psalm West’s Name," 24 May 2019 Now, in addition to the existing makeup and skin-care lines and the tentative hair-care and baby-product lines, Jenner appears to be interested in launching a beverage biz — specifically the alcoholic kind. Marci Robin, Allure, "Kylie Jenner May Be Launching a Line of Alcoholic Beverages," 29 June 2019 Husband and wife team Matt and Kathleen Haws are veterans in the biz, and their place seems mature and sure of itself. Polly Campbell, Cincinnati.com, "Ripple Wine Bar in Covington has great wine list, small plates," 25 June 2019 Back in biz: Find OMG tamales at the new location for 3 in 1 Restaurant Officials with Hageman could not be reached immediately for comment Tuesday. John Tuohy, Indianapolis Star, "Fishers is planning for another big development downtown," 19 June 2019 In the hands of director and choreographer Diane Lala, the answer is dazzling entertainment with enough of a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor that makes every show-biz cliché newly endearing. nola.com, "Summer Lyric presents tap-happy love song to Broadway with ‘42nd Street’," 19 June 2019 Give Jesse Saint John's playlist a spin, and check out his track-by-track reflections on each bop's relevance to his own journey and come-up in the biz below. Nick Williams, Billboard, "Listen to Star Songwriter & Rising Pop Singer Jesse Saint John's Pride-Themed #TBT Mixtape," 13 June 2019 The witty actress was candid, sharing her thoughts on beauty, her character’s looks, being a boss in show biz, and everything in between. Shalwah Evans, Essence, "Niecy Nash Talks Beauty And Being A Boss As Season 3 Of 'Claws' Premieres," 7 June 2019 Apple’s decision to finally kill off a media player that has been around since 2001 marks one of those moments in the tech biz that gives you pause. Edward Baig, USA TODAY, "Where's my Apple Music and your other WWDC questions answered," 6 June 2019

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First Known Use of biz

1861, in the meaning defined above

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