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walk-in

1. mod. having to do with a customer who just comes in off the street. We were hoping for more walk-in trade.
2. n. a customer who walks in off the street. We had a couple of walk-ins this morning, but none of the hotel residents came.
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If walk-in floors have buckled or curved under the weight of shelving or pallet jacks, manufacturers can provide a new floor overlaminate without replacing the entire floor.
As perishable sections become more of a focus at supermarkets, the need for walk-in refrigeration will undoubtedly continue to increase.
The ceiling panels of the walk-in can be provided as free-spanning in lengths up to 16 ft.
The foams are now at the stage where the different blowing agents are being phased out so that everybody is in the process of moving to a new generation of foams," says Dennis Pane, national sales manager, Crown Tonka Walk-ins, Plymouth, Minn, "That's the biggest change in the walk-in industry right now, and we've got to move on to meet the new protocol.
But, he said, "We are open to walk-ins if we are able to fit them in.
I know the industry has been doing it, but considering the thousands of students that come to us every day as walk-ins and as phone traffic, if an institution can institute a call center, they're going to find out the service levels are going to go up.
The Dorchester has a full-service spa for guests and walk-ins.
These will include welcoming walk-ins, circulating videotapes, and offering access to videotape and images via Temple's Digital Diamond project.
military officials report a doubling of recruiting contacts since September 11, including inquiries by e-mail, the Web, and phone, as well as walk-ins.
Price: $75 for SMPS Members, $95 for Non-Members, Walk-ins add $10.
The Shannon Group manufactures walk-ins (KOLPAK), reach-ins (McCALL) and rack refrigeration systems (RDI) for the food service industry as well as walk-ins (TONKA COOLERS) for the supermarket and convenience store industry.