extra services

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additional services

The professional services which may, upon the owner’s request or approval, be rendered by the architect in addition to the basic services or the designated services.
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The extra services announced for December certainly represents an early Christmas present.
The extra services will mean trains at least every 40 minutes between 7:00am-7:00pm every day on Victorias busiest regional rail corridor.
DB Regio Tyne and Wear, which operates the Metro on behalf of Nexus, said extra services will be running between Newcastle and Sunderland to get people home after the concert.
ATW insisted it would provide extra services and additional seating capacity where possible.
Our company has a good percentage of Omani workers which also raises the expenses," he said, adding that in the business world it is normal to ask for more money when providing extra services.
Rather than wait until the winter to do extra services they are done all year round making for a positive cash flow through the year.
Dubai: Gulf Air is adding extra services to its popular destinations -- Amman in Jordan, Beirut in Lebanon and Bangkok in Thailand -- over the summer.
5 million Hafiz beneficiaries registered in the program, banks are able to make millions without actually offering extra services.
TRAIN operator East Coast is running extra services this weekend to help people heading home for the Christmas break.
Jeddah and Medinah Al Munawarrah will benefit from the extra services, put in place to serve the large number of passengers travelling to the Kingdom for religious based travel.
During the rugby tournament the carrier will add two extra services between Bristol and Dublin on 5 February 2012, two extra services between London and Rome on 10 and 12 February 2012, six additional Dublin-Paris services on 10, 11 and 12 February, four additional Paris-Edinburgh services on 25 and 27 February and four further Dublin-Edinburgh services on 9 and 11 March 2012.
Six per cent would put off plans to sign up to extra services such as movie and sports channels.