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Wagyu Beef is a very high grade of beef. Formed from two words, Wa, meaning Japanese or japanese style, and Gyu, cattle, this breed is renowned for its high fat content, or marbling, which tends to make the meat extraordinarily tender; it is also famous for its for rich flavor and extremely high prices, sometimes selling for hundreds of dollars a pound. Some scientists believe the fat of this beef is richer in Omega-3 fatty acids, a particularly healthy nutrient, than the fat of most cattle. Often when Wagyu are raised in Japan, they are fed wheat bran, barley, grass and even beer, as well as having their skin massaged with sake and receiving little exercise.
A guest who arrives at a hotel without a reservation.
Walk-in Refrigerator is a large insulated storage area where bulk items are kept cold.
Turning away a guest who has a reservation because of a lack of room availability.
One of the many kinds of oil used in salad dressings.
Warp yarns are the yarns that run the length of the fabric.
Blocking fewer rooms than the number requested by a group, based on previous group history.
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A hotel that offers a large recreational water elements such large pools, multiple pools, slides or other water related venues.
Belgian and Dutch fish stew made with several kinds of fish.
Wet vacuum are the floor care equipment used to pick up spills or to pick up rinse water that is used during carpet or floor cleaning.