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- Noting the condition of an anchor when it is nearly atrip, or when the cable is nearly up and down.
“I mean, you look around you see freestanding short-stay surgery centers, short-stay labor rooms, you know, cancer centers.”
“Genesis is positioned to grow its quality payor mix and optimize occupancy as it continues to meet the needs of an increasing post-acute, short-stay patient population.”
“Mr. Sanaullah said Mr. Davis was in the country on a short-stay visa and had made several trips to Pakistan in the past.”
“The owner of a pension, or short-stay vacation house, on the island said shortly after 11 a.m. that nothing unusual was happening.”
“Forays into instant rice, taxi service and short-stay hotels (also known as "love hotels") did not pan out.”
“The Australian government has also provided funds to a short-stay shelter for HIV patients in Xalapa, Veracruz.”
“By the time they had hurried from one end of the airport to the other, used the escalators, and even checked out the short-stay car park, the pair of them were not only exhausted, but beginning to think they had lost him.”
“When he was not recognised, they were about to call it off, but had then spotted a man fitting his description caught on CCTV cameras, heading from the short-stay car park into the airport at Terminal 3.”
“St. Petersburg, Russia's main tourist draw, has a more-diversified market for short-stay accommodations.”
“Unlike in Europe, however, where a glut of underutilized tourist facilities helped to facilitate the emergence of low-cost airlines -- and with them the concept of short-haul, short-stay tourism -- India's smaller hotels, bus companies and other auxiliary services may not be ready for the new business.”
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