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fate

(fāt),
The ultimate outcome.

fate

(fāt)
The ultimate outcome.

fate,

n a synonym for the more modern term
biotransformation. See also biotransformation.
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If the differential is small, it may be more cost effective to book a YCA fare from the start.
All these rail systems now have or will have automatic fare card vending machines.
All of these "Dream Vacation" packages includes round-trip air fare on Delta and a connecting carrier where applicable, a choice of hotel accommodations, round-trip ground transfers (except for the Family Islands) and U.
And business passengers have found themselves more and more often paying full fare or something close to it; the industry eliminated the most widely used business discounts in the fall of 1988.
Despite emotional protests from bus riders, the MTA board voted on Thursday to approve a $10-a-month bus-pass hike and other new fares to help balance the agency's $2.
Delta Air Lines passengers no longer will be guaranteed a seat on its Shuttle flights under the latest policy change announced by the struggling carrier as it revamps its fare structure and frequent flier programs.
He tried to assure the crowd that the MTA would take into account the effect on riders when making a decision on the fare hike.
The first-tier bonds are limited obligations payable from monorail fare and other operating revenues after operations and maintenance expenses and prior to the payment of second- and third-tier bonds.
The transit agency's budget for this year assumes the fare hike will be adopted by the MTA board later this summer and take effect Nov.
For example, one proposed option would permit airlines to advertise fares without including in the fare, and without disclosing anywhere else in the advertisement, any airline-imposed surcharges or government-imposed charges.
LiveTV was the first company to provide in-seat satellite television to commercial airlines, launching its DIRECTV service on low- fare carrier JetBlue Airways in 2000.
According to the exclusive survey from Amadeus, a leading travel technology provider, and research firm Leflein Associates, when it comes to booking travel online at an airline's Website, nine out of 10 travelers find value in the ability to find flight and fare information quickly.