block booking


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block booking

nprenotazione f in blocco
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In addition, Mr Lelatisitswe pointed out that his ministry had explored other initiatives such as block booking and increasing Anti-Retroviral Therapy clinic days in order to address overcrowding in some facilities.
A block booking of twelve 45-minute lessons is PS24.
Karen, who is now boycotting the adult session she used to attend in protest, said forcing families to buy pricier junior memberships or block booking 10 sessions instead of using a pay as you go basis has hit less well-off families.
I think the job centre is either making things up or needs to make a block booking at their local Specsavers.
Local studios and halls: There has also been growth in fitness professionals offering small studio classes, gyms and group training at a much reduced price, or at local halls, where you can pay per session or buy a reduced block booking.
The Tigers have taken out a block booking at a top nearby country hotel for half a dozen of their new summer signings to use as a base as they find their feet in the area.
The Ravensthorpe service is underpinned by the Shire of Ravensthorpe agreeing to provide ground handling at the airport and a block booking agreement with First Qantum Minerals Limited (FM:TSX) for employees flying to Ravensthorpe.
Before it was ended by the Paramount consent decree in 1948, Hollywood studios widely used "block booking" to sell a year or more worth of films to theaters.
Staff at Manorbier Country Park have cancelled a block booking made by mums and dads on behalf of two teams from Pencoed mini rugby.
Sessions cost PS7 and block booking is required for every half term.
in the Block booking A powerful tenant has taken space at a Kirklees business park.
EASTENDERS Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri BBC1 From a christening at the beginning of the week to a funeral at the end, this lot really know how to use a block booking at the local church.