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vacation

noun absence, break, breather, cruise, day off, escape, excursion, holiday, interval, jaunt, leave, leave of absence, paid vacation, respite, rest, rest and recuperaaion, sabbatical, time off, tour, trip, voyage, week off
See also: abdication, abolition, absence, ademption, avoidance, cancellation, countermand, defeasance, furlough, holiday, leave, pause, recess, relinquishment, resignation

VACATION. That period of time between the end of one term and beginning of another. During vacation, rules and orders are made in such cases as are urgent, by a judge at his chambers.

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Vacationers can indulge in the epitome of A-list Hollywood glamour and sophistication by attending an exclusive VIP rooftop celebration ashore with live French music, cocktails and a can't-miss view of the locale's picturesque harbor.
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M, a regular vacationer, had a stroke that prevented her from attending one of the vacations.
Terry Collins, pastor of the Outer Banks parish, said summer visitors, parishioners and past vacationers from as far away as Maine have already been generous with donations.
To compete with the Disney behemoth for the booming family vacationer market, some of the newer Vegas productions feature action and aggression instead of sex.
org finally provides the vacationer with some power to fight back by ensuring unethical vacation rental owners and companies remain under the watchful eye of informed vacationers.
The festival also serves as an exciting opportunity for vacationers to see more of the country's people and culture.
Hornak, 32, explained that time-share vacationers no longer need buy a deeded property where they go every year at the same time.
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This year is no different, we have some amazing offers, vacationers should be very pleased," said Jessica Labaire, assistant vice president and director of marketing for TNTvacations.