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ancillary

One of a group of buildings having a secondary or dependent use, such as an annex.
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Air Black Box is providing Flair with a comprehensive digital booking solution and access to ancillaries and new retail channels.
Consultative selling and a stronger focus on ancillaries could be the path to success for the many brokers who have been squeezed by the medical insurance market.
Dave Irving, an experienced hot runner and ancillaries engineer, has recently joined the company in order to help meet growing customer demand for bespoke projects.
"I don't know whether this is a conscious strategy by the Middle East carriers not to focus on ancillaries, or whether it's the market, which hasn't reached the level of maturity and saturation that drives the need to focus evermore on ancillary revenues."
The contribution of RCF and its ancillaries is laudable on technical front and quality standard.
Demand for photoresists and ancillaries in electronic component manufacturing (semiconductor fabrication and printed circuit board manufacturing) is forecast to expand nearly twelve percent per year to $1.4 billion in 2007.
Second, it helps administrators to know the impact PPS is having on specific services such as routine costs, pharmacy, rehab and other ancillaries. The trick is to know how to allocate PPS revenues to the different cost centers for each RUG.
The proposed rule, which first appeared April 10 in the Federal Register, better accounts for medications, medical supplies, and other non-therapy ancillaries.
* Opportunities to refer to and enjoy profits from group-owned ancillaries and other medically related businesses.