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Multiple Shop

A company in which both professional and nonprofessional employees are represented by the same union. For example, in a multiple shop, both the professional mechanics and the untrained workers at an airline may have the same union. All affected workers must consent before they form a multiple shop.
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After weeks of painfully trawling through CCTV footage from multiple shops in the market, the National Investigation Agency ( NIA) has finally zeroed in on Waqas, alias Ahmed, a Pakistani national from Punjab province.
This is generally a bad idea, especially if you're dealing with a smaller shop or multiple shops. If one part of the project gets delayed--additional rewiring for avionics is needed or a part doesn't arrive--the carefully coordinated schedule is toast.
"While buying multiple shops within the mall one should ideally make sure that they are adjacent to each other either horizontally or vertically so that they can service large format requirements, if required," he adds.
The increase in TRCI was above the average in electrical household appliances, textiles and motor vehicles while it was below average in furniture and large multiple shops.
"If allowing shops within shops becomes the norm, then what's to stop multiple shops within shops and eight, 12, 16 machines within an enlarged 'mother' shop?" The Gambling Commission does not comment on individual cases, but the Luton instance is a matter for the local authority, which acts on its guidance.
IT IS LOCATED IN THE STRIP PLAZA WITH MULTIPLE SHOPS AND OFFICES....
As operators move to owning multiple shops, their information is usually restricted to what they can get at the local level.
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