Vocabulary Words With Three R's

These words all contain the letter R three times. From the clues, can you work them out?
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obstacle; the Great Reef is one
barrier
engine part that mixes fuel with air
carburettor
practitioner who adjusts misaligned joints
chiropractor
a baseball side records one after a fielding blooper
error
one who shoes horses
farrier
draw ridiculous electoral boundaries for partisan advantage
gerrymander
oral translator
interpreter
one ounce South African gold coin
Krugerrand
member of a military parachute regiment
paratrooper
committer of criminal or evil acts
perpetrator
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wields political power behind the scenes
powerbroker
business owner
proprietor
repeat occurrence
recurrence
keeps food and drinks cool
refrigerator
Tarantino movie that has no dogs in it
Reservoir Dogs
"running" bird found in Mexican and SW US deserts
roadrunner
red fruit
strawberry
US and UK Virgin Islands are two examples
territory
money manager in an organisation
treasurer
soldier, esp one of great courage
warrior
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Level 85
Nov 18, 2015
The OED says an entrepreneur is "One who undertakes an enterprise; one who owns and manages a business".
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Level 75
Nov 18, 2015
"Entrepreneur" implies more of an active risk-taker in business, whereas a "proprietor" of a business simply owns and operates it. (I've checked both dictionary.com and oxforddictionaries.com who say the same thing)
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Level 90
Nov 18, 2015
I'm with cpg- entrepreneur fits at least well enough to be a correct answer.
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Level 75
Nov 18, 2015
Well, you can be a stodgy, unimaginative non-risk-taking business owner, in which case you certainly wouldn't be an entrepreneur. But we'll add it as a type-in anyway.