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corkage

a charge made at a restaurant for serving wine, etc., bought off the premises
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Since launching BYO Wireless last year, we stepped back, listened to customer feedback and not only revamped our prepaid cell phone plans, but expanded our capabilities to meet the growing communication needs of our prepay customers," said BYO Wireless CEO Graham Black.
The fact that it's BYO means, of course, that it also makes for a relatively cheap meal out.
Kate Vetch (above), aged 22, a mezzo - soprano, graduated with honours in music from Birmingham Conservatoire with the BYO.
Whether it's going to the festival or anywhere else, always remember it's BYO Pride.
After BYO interval mince pies and mulled wine, a single thread of sound heralded An Orphan's Prayer by Fyfe Hutchins (b.
BYO natural furniture kits from Tamalpais TimberWorks, including tables, beds and benches, are designed for people with little experience, time or fancy woodworking tools.
Implementing a proper mobile collaboration and BYO policy does not have to be a disruptive experience," said Copiun co-founder and CTO, Sanjay Jain.
There are no bookings at The Cook House, it only takes cash and all alcohol is BYO (bring-your-own).
However, subsequent data collected from similar-sized organizations via app discovery technology found that the average number of BYO apps to be closer to 21 per company.
While the BYO trend is most commonly associated with employee-owned smartphones and tablets entering the workplace, new research by Cloud and mobile services vendor, LogMeIn, sheds light on another growing aspect of employee-driven tech adoption: the rise and impact of bring your own apps (BYOA).
What to bring: BYO food, wine, tableware, plus any festive decor you'd like to contribute, like candles or canopies.