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casual dress

Clothing that is not considered or defined as being ceremonial, formal, semi-formal, or business dress, typically comfortable and with a wider range of choice regarding color and dimensions (as of length in shirt sleeves, pant legs, and skirts). I had to wear a suit and tie every day in my last job, but I'm happy my new office lets everyone come in casual dress each day. The party is going to be very informal, so please attend in casual dress.
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Dress casual but businesslike; pay attention to detail; have a look around and see how others dress; keep it simple," said Brumbaugh.
Quality casual dinnerware sales are thus incremental, and growth in this area is the result of a developing niche of consumer.
Third, if casual teachers are exploited and marginalised to the extent that Castle and others contend, we might expect their level of satisfaction with the whole teaching experience to reflect this.
Raphael, whose firm is also working on numerous upscale and casual restaurants, including two grand scale restaurants at Brickell City Centre, is a preferred contractor for numerous national and regional restaurant developers, including The Cheesecake Factory, a customer for whom RCC has provided construction for over 21 years.
Whether for a casual hobby or social pastime, there is a casual board game on the market to serve anyone's needs.
Identify your brand for what it is, quantifying it in either the fast casual or casual setting to ensure your customers receive the best experience available.
The following characteristics can be used to define a casual game:
The findings are based on data from 205 adolescents recruited at a public STD clinic in 1996-1998 who reported that they had ever had sex with both a main and a casual partner.
The quick casual sector, dominated by Mexican chains that got their start right here in Southern California, has been around for a decade or so.
From 1992 to 1999, says SHRM spokesperson Kristin Accipiter, companies reporting casual wear policies rose steadily.
NPDFoodworld, which tracks consumer eating trends, found that fast- casual concepts appeal largely to 18- to 34-year-olds with about 37% of customers falling into this age bracket -- a demographic that traditionally reaches for fast food.
CE's excoriation of Casual Fridays generated a firestorm of controversy.
Leading formal dinnerware manufacturers have aggressively pursued the casual category.
Partners benefit greatly from this program because every person they introduce to casual gaming becomes not only a potential customer, but also a marketing representative for them.