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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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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius brought in Macy's, Nordstrom's and Joseph Banks clothiers to give seminars on casual wear to the firm's employees.
NPDFoodworld, which tracks consumer eating trends, found that fast- casual concepts appeal largely to 18- to 34-year-olds with about 37% of customers falling into this age bracket -- a demographic that traditionally reaches for fast food.
66% of workers say they dress business casual everyday (up from 53% in 1997).
CE's excoriation of Casual Fridays generated a firestorm of controversy.
The quality casual trend had a relatively slow start over the past three or four years, but has since taken off, said Roger Gendron, the senior account manager who tracks the tabletop category for NPD.
Business casual has a fuzzy definition," said Herzlich.
Established in 1960, Casual Living is published 11 times a year with a controlled circulation of 12,000 retailers that sell casual furnishings and accessories.
Identify the positive and negative results of the business casual trend in American corporations.
Because these employees were more comfortable in the casual clothing they had worn all their lives, employers adopted relaxed dress codes.
Yes, you have been paid correctly as casual employees do not receive the 10% loading on weekends.