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Viator

A dying person who sells his/her life insurance policy. The viator sells the policy at a deep discount (often as little as half) to its cash value. This is beneficial to the buyer because he/she receives a much larger amount when the buyer dies. This helps the viator pay for his/her medical expenses.
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Sygic's integration of TripAdvisor, Yelp, Viator, and Foursquare will have you covered.
Viator alone offers over 15,000 tours to more than 1,000 destinations and attracts over 300 million visits every month.
Viator features more than 20,000 bookable tours and attractions and more than 600,000 reviews, photos, and videos submitted by travelers.
The human person is (as has been noted) homo viator, a pilgrim on the way.
The blast took place at the Alvarez de Sotomayor military base in Viator town in the southern Almeria province, the Spanish state TV station reported this evening citing a statement by the ministry.
The Best of Brooklyn Sightseeing, Food and Culture Tour is bookable in advance in the UK through Viator at pounds 60.
82 First for best correct press Avoid pricey on-shore excursions with website Viator Shore Excursions.
Pass the port Viator has launched a new shore excursion website to help passengers save up to 60 per cent on typical rates offered by cruise ship tours that are often over-priced and over-crowded.
Viator Viator Launches New Shore Excursion Website .
Viator, a US-based travel information website, has announced the launch of a new website for searching and booking shore excursions with cruise trips.
Such indeed are the characteristics of the eleven essays that make up Homo Viator, first published in English in 1952, and here supplemented by three more short works by Marcel and an essay on "Religious Experience and Intelligibility in the Work of Gabriel Marcel" by Pierre Colin.
Nearby in Ipswich, Massachusetts, a man who called himself Viator (meaning "wayfarer" or "traveler") saw "quick flashes" in the west, like northern lights, on May 19.