Stake may refer to:

  • @stake, a computer services company
  • Equity stake, a share or interest in a business or investment
  • "Stake", a tent peg
  • Stake (Latter Day Saints)

Read more about Stake:  Military, Entertainment, Method of Torture or Execution

Other articles related to "stake":

List Of Stake Your Destiny Novels
... The "Stake Your Destiny" series of Buffy the Vampire Slayer novels are gamebooks in the style of Choose Your Own Adventure books ... Unlike some other gamebooks, Stake Your Destiny novels do not contain any form of game system ...
Saban Capital Group - Investments - Current
... Celestial Tiger Entertainment (CTE) Media Nusantara Citra (MNC) 7.5% stake MNC Sky Vision (minority stake) Taomee (minority stake) Broadcasting Media Partners ...
SIDOR - History
... was privatised in 1997 under President Rafael Caldera, with a 60% stake going to Argentina's Ternium ... compensation of around $1.65bn was nearly agreed for the nationalisation of Ternium's 59.7% stake, with Ternium also keeping a 10% stake in the company ...
Stake - Method of Torture or Execution
... Burned at the stake, a method of execution "Stake", a pole used to pierce the body in the process of impalement, a method of torture and execution "To stake", a method thought to destroy vampires Torture stake, a ...
... The mine can be adapted with a steel fragmentation jacket and stake into a fragmentation stake mine ... When used as a stake mine the mine is inverted and an MUV type pull fuse is inserted into the base of the mine, and the normal pressure fuse hole is used to attach the mine to the ...

Famous quotes containing the word stake:

    Better risk loss of truth than chance of error—that is your faith-vetoer’s exact position. He is actively playing his stake as much as the believer is; he is backing the field against the religious hypothesis, just as the believer is backing the religious hypothesis against the field.
    William James (1842–1910)

    Mankind have such a deep stake in inward illumination, that there is much to be said by the hermit or monk in defence of his life of thought and prayer.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)