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casual

1. Biology another term for adventive
2. Biology another term for an adventive
3. Brit a young man dressed in expensive casual clothes who goes to football matches in order to start fights
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The campus campaign for United Way has announced a pass entitling employees to participate in its casual dress Thursdays from September through December for just a $20 donation.
Something new: The recommended clothing for the meeting will be casual dress.
A second survey has found that more and more bosses are insisting on their staff wearing traditional office attire instead of casual dress.
You would have to be a fashion cretin not to notice the casual dress trend that has swept through U.
Despite the societal trend toward more casual dress in the workplace, the results of the recent survey resembled those of similar surveys 2 decades ago: Regardless of physicians' age, race, or sex, patients preferred to see their doctors in traditional garb (white coat, dress shoes, name badge), rather than in casual wear like sandals and blue jeans.
We suspect that America's Bes t and most progressive companies have already climbed on the Internet bandwagon and are signaling their organizations' strengths in the following areas: corporate mission statements, community outreach, worklife balance policies, and casual dress policies.
companies say they now have a policy permitting business casual dress in the office.
We find it particularly disheartening that, left unchecked, casual dress codes can lead to a work force dressed in Hawaiian shirts, the most absurd office attire ever devised.
At my local course, Newbury, people who turn up in a three-button polo shirt are denied entrance to the members' enclosure unless they buy a tie and wear this with their shirt (not, of course, designed to be worn with a tie), resulting in turning what was smart casual dress into something hideous.
But don't be fooled by the casual dress code: The course stands up to any other in the world, adds British transplant Jimmy Burns, a golf instructor at the nearby 400-room hotel Melia Las Americas and a member of Britain's Professional Golf Association.
different work environment or location that usually has casual dress and supports long working hours/days; and
A lot of employers now are basing their structure on the Internet start-up: They're going with casual dress, flexible scheduling and signing-bonuses.