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casual

adjective Occurring unpredictably; irregular.

casual

an introduced plant that has not become established in an area but which may occur away from cultivation.
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The ranges and limits are tested and they are a lot more ambiguous," said one ambivalent convert to casual wear.
That's about five percentage points higher than casual dining eaters who spend on average $10.
Business casual employees spend 22% less on work clothes than their dressier counterparts.
For an even clearer perspective on the demise of Casual Fridays, consider recent developments in the world of trade-show haberdashery.
These and other such studies have identified a number of factors that may have a significant impact on an individual' s likelihood of having casual sex and using condoms while travelling.
Quality casual sales have been solid for at least two years, said one department store upstairs dinnerware buyer.
If you want to be casual, you still have to be classy," said Herzlich.
Analyze how business casual fits in the hospitality industry.
The idea for casual Fridays spawned from fund-raising initiatives by charitable organizations that engaged employers to allow employees to buy the privilege to wear casual attire to work by donating money to the charitable organization.
The Public Health System Nurses' and Midwives' (State) Award 2011 provides for a 10% casual loading at sub clause A (ii) of Part II of Clause 29, Part-time, Casual and Temporary Employees.
This article reports research on the management and role of casual university teaching staff (henceforth casuals) from their perspective and from the perspective of their immediate supervisors who are responsible for the overall management of the subjects in which casuals are employed to teach.