by guests, computed by dividing room revenue by number of rooms occupied. Alcohol: chemical formula of ethyl alcohol, a preservative and intoxicant found in alcoholic beverages. Gross operating revenue: total payments received for goods and services. Age: age of wine measured by year of grapes used to produce wine.
Wait list: listing of tentative reservations for guests or customers who can not be handled at a requested time, but who can be accommodated should space or facilities become available. Discount fares: regular fares to which discount is applied. Net fare: price without taxes and commissions. Country code: in telephone systems of Canada and United States, second sequence of digits dialed by customers that routes overseas calls to proper country. FCU: Fare Construction Unit. Canap: appetizer prepared on bread, toast or crackers. Agte: Association of Groups Travel Executives.
Brew pub: microbreweries that operate in tandem with bar or restaurant. Accounts receivable: record of sales and payments made to company. Semi-skilled work: requires limited amount of formal training. Accommodation: bedrooms occupied by meeting attendees. T T included: taxes and tips included. For example, the waitstaff were angry at the large party who left without paying, and stiffed them for the tab; also describes mixed drink with large quantity of liquor. Chowder: soup of potatoes combined usually with seafood. Cnata: Canadian National Aboriginal Tourism Association. Limit switch: on ski-lift, roller, wand or arm that interrupts safety circuit when equipment exceeds safe operating limits.
Atec: Alberta Tourism Education Council. Eye contact: messages delivered by looking at another when speaking, interpretations vary from one culture to another. On-line (computer system electronic access via computer line to all company operations and records. Cabana: room on beach or by pool, separated from main house and sometimes furnished as sleeping room. Room status: code or description showing occupancy and condition of room. Metropass : in Toronto, ticket sold at fixed price granting purchaser unlimited travel for one month on all TTC routes.