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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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Parents exercising substantial time-sharing incur their own child rearing expenses when they time-share, and are duplicating payment for items already included in their child support.
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.
Craigendarroch time-share owners are able to buy weeks in Hilton Grand Vacations Clubs around the world, including the US, Canada and Mexico.
People may have had a lot of bad experiences with time-shares, so we had to remind prospects that we have a long history of providing superior quality and [a] record of trust.
Typical scams include time-shares that don't exist, luxury apartments that you sign up for--only to discover you've been assigned a more modest place--and renovation charges that go to projects unrelated to the time-share owners.
The two basic types of time-shares are "fee simple," where the buyer gets title to a fraction of the unit, and "right-to-use," where the purchaser is entitled to use the unit for a specific period of time, but does not have an ownership interest.
One is the traditional ownership interest as evidenced by a deed, title insurance, and so forth, which is known as a time-share estate.
Some time-shares restrict the renter to a specific time frame and a specific vacation time.
STAFF at a luxury Scottish time-share development turned down a delighted client's offer of a free Caribbean holiday.
On the surface, time-shares sound like a win-win situation: You save money in the long run while providing higher-quality accommodations for your family.
Hard on the heels of his Toys 'R Us deal, the unflappable Bruce Eichner is bringing time-shares to Midtown Manhattan.
The time-share industry has experienced dramatic changes over the last 20 years.