use prise in a sentence.
I agree, this is a worthy cause, but you'll have to prise real cash out of a Debian user's cold dead hands ...
The enterprise or corporation predates the widescale use of wages for labor.
Maybe I just watched too many Jordan Maxwell videos, but I actually think that the words "enterprise", "prise" and "prison" share common roots.
Enter - _prise_ :"From Middle English prise, from Old French prise (“a taking, capture, a seizure, a thing seized, a prize, booty, also hold, purchase”), from French prise, from pris, past participle of prendre (“to take, to capture”), from Latin prendere (“to take, seize”); see prehend.
Well sur-frikkin-prise, IE9 is not compatible with XP; never has been and is not planned to be.
While we prise Alan Turing, we should not forget the efforts of Rejewski Różycki and Zygalski
As Camus said: "le goût de la vérité n'empêche pas la prise de parti" - (the taste for truth does not stop you from having an opinion).
Caffeine though you can prise from my cold dead mug.
Fast forward to the "American System of Enter-prise".
In the American System of Enter-prise, capital (money) translates into land and business ownership and power.
The OP wants me to give financial data to a company where my data is their product, and who is always trying to prise more "openness" from me through a byzantine privacy UI and borderline surreptitious app installations?