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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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In December 2014, Urbanmedia One and Morton CollegeUM filed a time-share agreement that allowed them to aggregate their comparative points to make their combined proposals comparatively superior to that of SOH alone.
Time-share owners are generally required to pay an annual maintenance fee that covers the pro rate upkeep of the resort itself, plus housekeeping services.
30 as requiring deviations only when a parent time-shares pursuant to a court-ordered parenting plan.
Craigendarroch Suites start from PS3700 for a studio suite on a weekly time-share basis.
What was most beneficial in identifying Disney's potential for growth in the time-share industry?
They also differentiate between long-term holiday deals (eg clubs) and traditional time-share contracts, specified the EP in a press release.
For one thing, time-share accommodations generally offer more space than a typical hotel room, which is nice on a long trip with kids.
FOUR Britons have been arrested in Spain over an alleged pounds 12million time-share fraud.
A 26-year veteran of the luxury hotel condominium industry, his career started in the world of vacation ownership--or time-share vacations--which eventually led to high-level positions within the Marriott and Hilton Hotel organizations, as well as the Four Seasons Hotel Group.
Foot traffic on Fire Island will come to a halt when every time-share in the Pines renames itself Wisteria Lane.
The hall, which until the buy-out was a time-share hotel and country club, has been bought by Dawnay Shore Hotels (DSH) for pounds 15.
Among other things, consumers responded to solicitations to buy real estate, refinance mortgages, snap up credit card offers, lower insurance premiums and make investments and invest in time-share vacation property.