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Frills

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Great cost savings can be made by flying with a no frills airline, but equally last minute business travellers are now seeing comparable prices between traditional and no frills air fares and it has become harder for travel managers to know that they have found the best deal.
Liverpool Airport is cheaper than many other airports, many of which it would appear have yet to catch on to the model that underpins the no frills travel market.
And now one of the leaders of that new approach, low-fare airline Ryanair, is planning to cut even more frills from its service.
Fringes and frills have been around for a while but this season they come into their own on everything from blouses and skirts to dresses and even handbags.
Personal computers, he added, are loaded with unnecessary frills that become distractions from real work as employees spend countless hours fiddling with the fonts, typefaces and other fancy features in today's multi-megabyte software.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch Company (Nasdaq:NAFC) CEO Ron Marshall, today called the recent No Frills and Bag n Save Supermarkets expansion in the Omaha area a very positive sign for the food industry.
For the skirt you will need roughly five sets of frills to attach to the lining material.
Travelling executives are being asked to forgo frills to reduce spiralling travel budgets,' said Iain Robertson, head of American Express's UK corporate travel section.
The last time ruffles were in vogue it was the 80s and it was the men wearing the frills.
Texture is the word of the month, with chunky knits, smooth leathers and smart suits all adorned with trims, frills and edgings.
RioCan has entered into a new 15-year lease with No Frills to replace their current 19,600 square foot store with a new 32,000 square foot supermarket to be built.