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walk-in

To imbed panels of insulation in hot bitumen or adhesive by walking on them immediately after application.
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Here is a complete list of the sites, all of which allow walk-ins except where noted:
This was the 8th edition of HDFC's property exhibition, and the walk-ins signified its popularity amongst NRIs and PIOs in London as well as other cities across the UK.
CBSSI's Pacheco concurred, adding, "If time allows, I cake walk-ins.
Officials didn't limit themselves to higher education; they also visited private-sector businesses to see how they balanced callers and walk-ins effectively.
Until March 19, up to 30 walk-ins were attended to from 11am, even if they stood in the queue overnight.
When it comes to convenience and reliability, walk-ins are a vital part of a food manufacturer's success.
on Monday, February 19, 2007; otherwise, walk-ins are permitted at a $10 surcharge.
The Dorchester has a full-service spa for guests and walk-ins.
On larger low temperature walk-ins it may be required to include sub-floor venting or a heating system under the insulated floor area.
These will include welcoming walk-ins, circulating videotapes, and offering access to videotape and images via Temple's Digital Diamond project.
military officials report a doubling of recruiting contacts since September 11, including inquiries by e-mail, the Web, and phone, as well as walk-ins.