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Vacation

A period of time during which one ordinarily would work but does not, normally to engage in some pleasure. One may spend a vacation traveling, relaxing or simply organizing one's personal life. Many companies offer paid vacation time to employees after a certain period of employment. Some jurisdictions require paid vacations.
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Protective measures recommended for workers also should be recommended for vacationers until measures to reduce ambient CO exposures in the channel are implemented (6).
The risk for boat-related CO poisonings should be reduced by considering measures such as limiting the number of boats in certain areas; enforcing a "no idle" policy when boats are stationary; and warning vacationers of 1) the signs and symptoms of CO poisoning; 2) the hazards related to occupying the back of the boat any time the motor is running; and 3) the risk for CO poisoning in areas of boat congestion, especially during calm weather conditions.
M, a regular vacationer, had a stroke that prevented her from attending one of the vacations.
Their bed making service also assists the vacationers traveling to the Jersey Shore.
Palma said the local chief executive of the town wants that motorists and vacationers are safe while observing the Lenten season.
Cereno said vacationers should also avoid putting a sign on their houses that nobody's home.
In a statement issued by the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) of Bohol, it said Happag Lloyd's MV Europa 2 cruise ship dropped the 282 luxury vacationers in Tagbilaran, Bohol Saturday morning.
Among those, 33% of vacationers had either vacationed or planned to vacation with friends but even more vacationers (45%) said they would prefer to travel with friends.
In just a short 90-minute flight from the East Coast, vacationers are transported to a world away.
26, vacationers will be looking for something safe and clean, she says.
Investigations along Bridgewater Channel at Lake Havasu City, Ariz., began after two deaths and eight hospitalizations occurred among carbon monoxide--poisoned vacationers between 1997 and 2002.