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viator

(vī′ă-tŏr)
An individual, usually one with a terminal illness, who sells rights to his or her insurance policy in exchange for an antemortem benefit collection.
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Viator works with local operators to provide travelers with access to tours and activities in popular destinations worldwide.
Marcel begins his work Homo Viator with the claim that man must be "acutely conscious that his condition is that of a traveler.
Barrie Seidenberg, the company president and chief executive officer, said, 'The new Viator Shore Excursion platform builds on the increasing popularity of independent shore excursion bookings on Viator.
Periodically throughout Homo Viator, but especially in reviews of Sartre's Being and Nothingness and Georges Bataille's L'experience interieure, Marcel displays the gardener's keen eye for the upstart weed.
People had no way of knowing that the forests in Canada were burning so fiercely, but Professor Williams and Viator definitely had the right idea.
Viator Shore Excursions can be found on the siteOs new "Cruise Port Pages," which highlight specific port and destination information including local area maps and suggestions on the best things to do with only one day in town.
Referees: Anthony Jordan (USA), Srdan Dozai (Croatia), Eddie Viator (France)
This method can be used to determine if the cancer has spread from stage 2, where the melanoma is still just in the skin lesion, to stage 3, where the melanoma has spread to the lymph nodes," said John Viator, assistant professor in the Department of Biological Engineering and Department of Dermatology.
Scholars at the meeting will explore intersections between Christianity, literature, and notions of pilgrimage and place--particularly the seeming tension between the necessary discipline of place that Wendell Berry writes about and the equally compelling disposition of Gabriel Marcel's homo viator or Walker Percy's castaway (among many others).
It will enable travelers to explore any of ViatorOs more than 5,500 activities by destination or by keyword, access more than 100,000 traveler reviews and photos, confirm the latest availability and pricing, click to Book with confirmation and voucher delivery via email and call to book with a Viator agent with flexible email or fax confirmation and voucher delivery, ideal for in-destination bookings.
In the second row from the left are Mary Viator, Rosemary Guerini, Black, Plowman, Elizabeth Hapner, Scott Newmark, Marina Choundas, and David Wall.
Louise Chaffin of Maine, Grace Viator of Indiana and a half sister Barbara Nichols.