unventured

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Giant industry players are acquiring smaller, popular companies in order to expand their geographical outreach into unventured markets.
This season in the unventured territories of 'United States of America - U.S.A', the Roadies will have to put everything at stake as it's 'Everything or Nothing' this time.
I have many more milestonesto cover, many more unventured territories to explore.
Its direct predecessor was James Russell Lowell's postbellum "Commemoration Ode." Zinsser would have seen a connection between William's plea for truth in things and Lowell's ode to veritas: "No lore of Greece or Rome/No science peddling with the names of things,/Or reading stars to find inglorious fates,/Can lift our life with wings .../But rather far that stem device,/The sponsors chose that round thy cradle stood/In the dim, unventured wood,/The Veritas that lurks beneath/The letters unprolific sheath..." (6).
In four decades of poems and essays he has looked into our national past, far back at a "new land still unventured," and far ahead at the ills in store for us, already "rolling back from the blocked summit / like an uncoupled train."