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A tag or badge bearing the name of the wearer or attached to an object and bearing the name of its owner.
Name given to oysters reared in beds such as at Colchester.
Natural Toxicants is the Poisonous substances that are found naturally in foods. Natural toxicants are benign when taken in normal quantities.
Rich stew made with cheap cuts of mutton, usually garnished with potatoes and spring vegetables.
|Night Audit / Income Auditor / Accounts Coordinator||
Night Auditors get their name because of the hours they work. At the end of the day after most hotel guests have retired, these auditors begin recording charges to guests’ accounts and verifying the revenue for the hotel. However, with computers and various technologies, the hotel industry can post charges instantaneously. Some hotels have actually changed the night auditors to become day auditors.
|Night housekeeping supervisor|
|Night Manager report to housekeeping|
|Night supervisor’s report of evening activities||
Night supervisor’s report of evening activities is a Report maintained by the night supervisor in charge of the second work shift, indicating the volume and type of activity performed by the evening shift. Includes a record of checkouts and tidies made ready, rechecks made and the results thereof, and a summary of special requests made by guests.
|Night supervisors report of evening activities||
Night supervisors report of evening activities report maintained by the night supervisor in charge of the second work shift, indicating the volume and type of activity performed by the evening shift. Includes a record of checkouts and tidies made ready, rechecks made and the results thereof, and a summary of special requests made by guests.
Nitrite is a safe food additive that has been used for centuries to preserve meats, fish and poultry. It also contributes to the characteristic flavor, color and texture of processed meats such as hot dogs.