Punch and Judy

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a puppet show in which a comical little hunchbacked Punch, with a large nose, engages in altercation with his wife Judy.

See also: Punch

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Dennis Group can provide your company with seamless integration of process and facility fit-up through single-source responsibility for design, engineering and construction management of all systems.
"We worked fast," Nickerson said of the medical fit-up. "It was a burn-the-wheels-off pace."
The simple relocation of employees within space can produce a range of benefits, such as increased communication and greater efficiency among work groups, increased morale in a more positive environment, reduced operating expenses (by limiting operating resources such as utilities and maintenance to those pockets of unused space, companies can save as much as $2 per square foot), and restructured cost write-offs (including not only rent, but also associated tenant fit-up costs).
This is measured by lease rates, which were softening but mostly with additional concessions and sweeteners such as additional free rent, turnkey fit-ups, etc.
Although there are varying forms of injection molding, the results from RIM lend themselves particularity well to the medical device industry, delivering high cosmetics, precise fit-ups, and tight tolerances.
Lieberman will provide architectural design services for many of the firm's high-profile projects, from interior fit-ups to ground-up develop Lieberman is a Registered Architect with over 14 years of experience in several project types from design consultation through final construction bid documents.
"We will complete some renovations, and then do tenant fit-ups as we lease out the space."
Some cases, like the Birmingham Six and the Guildford Four, we all knew were political fit-ups and on which we campaigned hard.
The federal government provides assistance to First Nations communities for four categories of expenditures for existing policing facilities: repairs and restorations, operational fit-ups, modular facilities, and fair and reasonable rent, all cost-shared with provinces."