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The voluntary interruption of a routine activity, usually understood to mean work
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Guppy, who has an inquiring mind in matters of evidence and who has been suffering severely from the lassitude of the long vacation, takes that interest in the case that he enters on a regular cross- examination of the witness, which is found so interesting by the ladies that Mrs.
Jo moves on, through the long vacation, down to Blackfriars Bridge, where he finds a baking stony corner wherein to settle to his repast.
But the hospital administration is reluctant to increase the vacation time, since they recently increased CRNA salaries.
Many taxpayers who own vacation homes and their tax preparers are probably familiar with the rules that determine the home's purpose, based on number of days of personal use and number of days of rental use annually.
The idea for the Vacation Club originally grew out of a brainstorming session when someone said, "Isn't it a shame our residents can't go on vacation sometimes.
quantity limitations (an employee can accrue vacation time of only two weeks, 60 days, 90 days, etc.
To ensure a rewarding vacation experience, SVC offers its members prepaid cards that utilize DirectSpend(SM), AEIS' patented merchant acceptance process (U.
Under its vacation policy, employees accrued vacation days during a particular year and then could take paid vacation during the following year.
Mexico -- Travelers can choose from a total of 10 vacation hot spots throughout Mexico -- Acapulco, Cancun, Cancun's Riviera Maya, Cozumel, Ixtapa, Los Cabos, Mazatlan, Merida, Puerto Vallarta, and Nayarit.
Delta Vacations has a long and distinguished history of providing value-priced vacation packages to the world's most popular destinations.
HomeAway sites enable vacation rental property owners and managers to easily market their properties, which range from condos to castles, for an annual subscription fee.