Guest unit

Guest unit

[′gest ‚yü·nət]
(biology)
A unit for the standardization of plasmin.
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The airline's stage-length adjusted guest unit revenue was up 23 percent.
The growing airline's stage-length adjusted guest unit revenue was also up 12 percent for the quarter and 20 percent for the full year.
Unit revenue (RASM) was up 23% and the stage-length guest unit revenue increased by 29% year-on-year.
Features a twelve-seat home theater, entertainment-sized kitchen and living areas, two pools, boat dock and guest unit.
Ex-employee Ralph Chacon says: "She would always go back to her guest unit and he would go alone to his bedroom.
Virgin America's stage-length adjusted guest unit revenue was essentially flat (down 1.
stipulates the immediate delivery of 265 ResidenceWare Guest unit systems.
Despite double-digit industry revenue decreases, the new carrier reported significantly improved financial results and unit costs, record-setting load factors and steady year-over-year growth in stage length-adjusted guest unit revenue.
The property features 280 guest units inclusive of seven suites, over 8,500 s/f of flexible meeting space, and a highly successful T.
In addition to supplying meals to the troops, cooks supplied all guest units with water in the field, filling large basins with chilled bottled water for all personnel that participated in GF at the 311th TSC.