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Franchise agreements vs management Agreements (HMA)

Overbooking: a common problem- hotel manager obligation, Sale of a higher number of seats or rooms, especially hotel and plane, than actually available. = overselling. if they oversell: obliged to provide accommodation to the affected people in another establishment of the “same zone of equal or superior category” and in “similar conditions” to those agreed upon. Has to take charge of travel expenses. The “transfer to another hotel”

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DGER

UNIT 4

-To be on the ball→  to be quick to understand and react to things
-to be in your corner→  to be on someone's side
-to jump the gun→ start doing something before time
-To hit below the belt→  To say something that is often too personal, usually
irrelevant, and always unfair
-to get a head start→ an advantage granted or gained at the beginning of
something/ to have an advantage in time/take advantage of a situation
-Accomplishment (line 12)→ something that has been achieved
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kin

The Function of Circulation:

  • Multicellular organisms are organized into tissues and organs.
  • Organs Systems require Nutrients and Oxygen in order to function.

How are these Vital Nutrients and Gases moved throughout the body? ViaA Transport System which is necessary to perform the following:

  1. Transport gases, nutrient molecules, and wastes.
  2. Regulate internal temperature and transport chemical substances around the body.
  3. Protect against blood loss from injury and against diseases and
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oral pathology

Write your text here!Meiosis: 2-step cellular division of primitive germ cells (46, diploid)  mature germ cells (23, haploid) Lyon Hypothesis: genetic activity of 1 of the X chromo in each cell of a female embryo; when X chromo in female is inactivated = Barr body forms; X chrome dispersed into nucleus; gross abnormalities Trisomy 21: Down Syndrome; 3 identical chromo at the same allele; most frequent; fissured tongue; macroglossia, slanted eyes, low IQ, hypodontia Trisomy 13: poor prognosis; 3 Read More

ME406

Characteristics of Life: Metabolism: acquire and use energy to stockpile, tear down, build and eliminate materials. Development: series of changes in form/function/behavior. Homeostasis: maintenance of a constant internal environment re: external change. DNA/RNA: information storage and genetic inheritance. (RNA: messenger, pentose: type of sugar, RNA has ribose). Evolution: major unifying principle. Natural Selection.
Organization of Organisms: Kingdoms (Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plants, Animals)
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INSDUSTRIALIZATION AND INMIGRATION: In less than fifty years, the US was transformed from a rural republic into an urban state. The nation´s economic progress, based on iron, steam and electrical power, was speeded up by thousands of inventions like the telephone and typewriter, but the terrible working and living conditions and the unfair monopolies that characterized the industrial revolution in Britain, were repeated on an even bigger scale. An important factor was continuous and unrestricted

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