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amenity

(ă-men′ĭ-tē) [L. amoenitas, pleasantness]
In medicine, an element of health care delivery that increases patient satisfaction, whether or not it improves clinical outcomes.
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Valet Living Home is powered by technology with amenities performed by insured and background-checked associates.
Studies have found that people are willing to pay more for homes that are close to amenities and located in walkable neighborhoods.
Bulger believes developers are adding more and more amenities to attract tenants, especially those that are further from subway access.
It goes on to say that this is a clear case of wilful concealment of facts, criminal breach of trust and fraud with motive to achieve wrongful gains in violation of the commitments on part of the company to spare the agreed on amount of land specified in the approved layout plan for amenities.
Already 50 sites have been identified and another 100 spots for developing wayside amenities would soon be added to the list.
In sum, although production amenities remain the chief reason that highly educated workers seek to live in big cities, the consumption amenities of those cities are being increasingly valued by those same workers.
This integration will allow KAYAK users in all geographies to see and compare amenities by flight.
“We are proud to celebrate this landmark achievement as it represents our resilience in an ever-changing industry,” said Michael Matulick, Concept Amenities chief executive officer.
The monetary value of such land's private amenities -- noncommercial benefits to landowners such as beauty and open space -- was assessed using a contingent valuation technique, which asks people what they would be willing to pay to maintain the asset or be compensated for its loss.
Airlines, manufacturers, suppliers and designers of airline amenities competed for the top awards, which were announced at a glamorous reception at the Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel, it said.
Longing For Home Bed and Breakfast, a US-based inn in Tennessee Valley, has announced its new amenities.
Rather, the proportion of patients who received care at a given hospital was strongly correlated to the quality of amenities. Improved perks also have a significant effect on hospital volume.