FARES


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FARESFrontiers in Availability, Reliability and Security (international workshop)
FARESFirst American Real Estate Solutions, LLC
FARESFoundation for Anthropological Research and Environmental Studies
FARESForensic Analysis of Risks in Enterprise Systems
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For she had received no letter from Walter in two weeks, and the next item on the bill of fare was dandelions--dandelions with some kind of egg--but bother the egg!--dandelions, with whose golden blooms Walter had crowned her his queen of love and future bride--dandelions, the harbingers of spring, her sorrow's crown of sorrow--reminder of her happiest days.
At 6 o'clock the waiter brought her dinner and carried away the typewritten bill of fare. When Sarah ate she set aside, with a sigh, the dish of dandelions with its crowning ovarious accompaniment.
I ran my eye down that nice typewritten bill of fare looking for something in that line.
The young man drew the bill of fare from his pocket, and pointed to a line.
Having premised thus much, we will now detain those who like our bill of fare no longer from their diet, and shall proceed directly to serve up the first course of our history for their entertainment.
The Campaign for Better Transport's (CBT) Fair Fares Now say an annual season ticket to travel from Newcastle to York now costs [pounds sterling]5,788 for the 79-mile journey - which they say is 30% of the average salary in the North East.
However flat fares for journeys on services 26 and 27 - the Sheil Road Circular - will remain at PS2.
Bansal had said that having hiked the railway fares now, the government will not increase the tariff in the budget.
The DGCA figures reveal that fares charged by IndiGo, Jet Airways and its low- cost arm JetKonnect were on an average of about 10- 15 per cent higher than other airlines.
His hair gelled straight up with immaculate precision, Fares, who has his own Facebook account, is accompanied by his elder brother Youssef, maybe in the role of media adviser, in an interview in a cafe near Hamra street, the "location" of Fares' job.
LTD currently earns about $7 million annually from cash fares, he said.
In West Yorkshire concessionary train fares were 50p say from Huddersfield to Denby Dale on the Penistone Line.