Treaty of Versailles

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Noun1.Treaty of Versailles - the treaty imposed on Germany by the Allied powers in 1920 after the end of World War I which demanded exorbitant reparations from the GermansTreaty of Versailles - the treaty imposed on Germany by the Allied powers in 1920 after the end of World War I which demanded exorbitant reparations from the Germans
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When you call us, you are talking to Bahama House reservationists that are located at the hotel.
It has also kept the armed forces and many "institutions of excellence" out of the purview of reservation because the "reservationists" will dilute their standards.
Following the example of the leftwing press, the first attacks on the League in the Senate came from leftwing reservationists like Robert LaFollette who felt that the ILO would be used against workers.
According to sources, reservationists are using "TTT" in the restaurant's booking system for those who want to sit in the seat graced by the city's new golden boy, the New York Post reported.
That he failed to win the Senate's assent to it, Cooper argues, was the result primarily of the breakdown of his health, which prevented him from recognizing the necessity of compromise with moderate reservationists.
Additional employees include a full time office manager and two reservationists. In-season hours of operation from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day are 9:00 a.m.
Targeted to the needs of large or small tour operators, many of whom have complex product offerings, the system reduces labor costs while at the same time enabling reservationists to spend more time converting phone inquiries to sales.
Noticing that phone reservationists were fielding more and more questions about the menu, entertainment director Barbara McGurn has reduced the prix fixe tariff; with a smaller differential between the minimum and the prices, dinner business has actually expanded.
A loss of revenue occurs when guests do not honor their reservations, or reservationists do not know how to block tables.
The submissions can be classified into three broad categories, namely the 'rejectionists', the 'reservationists' and the 'supporters'.
Other initiatives include provisions to spool reservationists up quickly and to beef up the section of the business that pairs pilots and flight attendants with their assignments.
Anyone requiring special accommodations such as a wheelchair accessible room should let the reservationists know when reserving room.