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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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This circumstance had suggested to him the idea of supplying the Russian establishment regularly by means of the annual ship that should visit the settlement at the mouth of the Columbia (or Oregon) ; by this means the casual trading vessels would be excluded from those parts of the coast where their malpractices were so injurious to the Russians.
I found some of it hard to endure, though I am a mild-tempered man; but, certainly, when I told the captain to "shut up" I had forgotten that I was merely a bit of human flotsam, cut off from my resources and with my fare unpaid; a mere casual dependant on the bounty, or speculative enterprise, of the ship.
Launched in 2006, Gamezebo established itself as a place for all things related to casual games, including reviews, walkthroughs, strategy guides, user forums, and industry news.
Yes, you have been paid correctly as casual employees do not receive the 10% loading on weekends.
This article reports research on the management and role of casual university teaching staff (henceforth casuals) from their perspective and from the perspective of their immediate supervisors who are responsible for the overall management of the subjects in which casuals are employed to teach.
"Several studies have found a link between poor mental health and casual sex, but the nature of that association has been unclear," says Sara Thoma, lead author of the study.
Insecure work is "where the variable and changing nature of a job suits the employer but not the worker."" For example, in aqed-care, nurses and caregivers employed on a casual basis often have little control over the shifts they work.
Leaving aside the validity of such a crass sweeping statement, Professor Wyn Jones should note that the tagging the word "casual" on to anti-semitism,homophobia, Islamophobia, or any other doctrine of hatred does not make it any more acceptable or excusable.
Casual Dining's Group Event Manager Chris Brazier believes the strong exhibitor uptake, which already includes confirmed bookings by big names like Kimbo UK, Unox UK, Cheese Cellar, Disotto Foods, Magrini, Catering Design Group, JDM Foodgroup, Halton Foodservice, and True Food International, reflects how seriously companies serving the casual dining sector are taking the new show.
As its name aptly describes, fast casual, which is the rising star in the restaurant business, represents those eateries, who offer a better quality of food and level of dining experience at slightly higher-priced menu items than the familiar fast food restaurants.
"On pretty much every dimension, casual restaurants are not doing as effective a job as fine dining restaurants or bars in leveraging the growth in craft beers," said Bill Pecoriello, CEO of GuestMetrics LLC.
Saudi has seen almost all the major international casual dining restaurants penetrate the market, while several other chains have either signed up for franchising or are in the planning phase.