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time-share

[′tīm ‚sher]
(computer science)
To perform several independent processes almost simultaneously by interleaving the operations of the processes on a single high-speed processor.
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Hundreds of holiday makers are said to have been duped to the tune of millions of dirhams in a time-share scam Image Credit: Anjana Kumar / Gulf News Highlights
* Propose to modify and clarify the LPFM rules to specifically permit LPFM applicants to discuss theirintent to aggregate points and time-share prior to tentative selectee designations and establish proceduresfor LPFM point aggregation time-share agreements that have been accepted, but later deemed invalid.
Therefore, no charitable contribution deduction is allowed for the use of a time-share property.
(16) Parents who frequently time-share tend to pay child support and parents who do not frequently time-share tend not to.
Our viewers will really enjoy learning the latest about time-shares and how Endless Vacation Rentals has revolutionized the time-share industry,” says Benji Nadler, Associate Producer of The Balancing Act airing on Lifetime TV.
Facebook stands strong at the second position claiming 17 percent time-share.( ANI )
Craigendarroch time-share owners are able to buy weeks in Hilton Grand Vacations Clubs around the world, including the US, Canada and Mexico.
It must be a lucrative business as the men selling time-share are like vultures.
I wonder, though, whether it's in fact accurate that anyone who's truly "passionately anti-Poconos" has ever "come around" and bought a time-share in Jerusalem "the Poconos".
About 15 years later, Peter emigrated from Australia to Las Vegas, where he got involved in the time-share industry.
According to the Hot Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau, many of the top hotels, motels, bed-and-breakfasts, condos and time-share accommodations in Hot Springs and the surrounding area are reporting reservations for the days before and after the Apple Blossom are approaching capacity for their properties, although some rooms remain available.
In this show, "House of Cards," Kirk gleefully conflated the collapse of the real estate market, vacation time-share incentive marketing, and the "hard-sell" techniques used in furniture showrooms.