He was reluctant to invest in a venture that has a slow turnover.
Whether it be due to team turnover or wardrobe malfunction, one of the key components of almost any squad is uniformity of style with the NFL Pro Bowl Cheerleaders squad being the exception to that rule.
Some parents prefer the family child care provider because there is often a high turnover of employees in day care centers and this option assures the child will remain with the same caregiver longer.
This can be challenging for even the most mature individual and when you factor in the relatively low pay for this job, the fact that there is a high turnover for cashiers should come as no surprise.
The total turnover of goods sold and "ordered" amounts to nearly 362 millions sterling annually.
Homemade turnover dough is stuffed with meat, cheese and your favorite sub toppings.
It's a pleasant but no-frills greasy spoon with a relaxed atmosphere--despite the brisk table turn-over and unlimited coffee that keeps its patrons wide-eyed.
After enjoying clams or shrimp from the buffet, you can choose a slice of pecan pie or a lemon turnover.
The total turnover of the Imperial Bank was, in the first year of its foundation, 13/4 milliards pounds sterling; and, in 1899, 90 milliards.
The fruit industry is of considerable importance and by 1905 had reached a turnover of over £ioo,000 a year.
The members numbered over 42,000 and the trade turnover for the year was £1,245,000.
He had always refused to accept the economist's dictum without reference to other considerations than the turnover of trade; and even Manchester could pardon the refusal now.
In the early years of the 19th century there were colonies of English planters in many districts of Bengal, and it was calculated that the planters of North Behar alone had a turnover of a million sterling.