a la carte

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Antonyms for a la carte

a menu having individual dishes listed with separate prices

(of a restaurant meal) having unlimited choices with a separate price for each item

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Scheduled from 21 to 23 November 2011 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA), Gulf a la Carte has been termed as the event for everyone involved in creating and managing restaurants, clubs and cafes.
From 14 September 2011 four different a la carte meals will be available for a fee on flights.
While there were many good options available, none exactly met our needs, so we decided to implement a custom solution--Library a la Carte.
1 -- 3 -- color; 1 -- 2 -- ran in SAC edition only; 3 -- ran in SAC and AV editions) A traveler could just eat up a suitcase made of chocolate, above, at the Chocolate a la Carte factory in Santa Clarita.
In a recent Senate forum on the issue of indecency and television media, Martin cited a new FCC report that "concludes that purchasing cable programming in a more a la carte manner, in fact, could be economically feasible and in consumers' best interests.
Although a la carte would be a potentially frightening leap in the dark for many reasons, some cable ops say it would give them more control over the license fees that they funnel to the networks.
And XM Satellite Radio Holding Inc Regarding The Benefits of A La Carte," is the latest in a string of misleading and deceptive public filings, regulatory and Congressional testimonies, Op-Ed columns, and other public statements made by Sirius and XM and their executives in an attempt to convince the FCC, the Department of Justice ("DOJ"), members of Congress and the public that its proposed anti-competitive, anti-consumer merger is in fact beneficial and serves the public interest.
The a la carte test is in addition to the complimentary beverage service, which remains unchanged, and the existing Food on Board fresh service available on American Airlines flights.
VALENCIA - Chocolates a la Carte is a Valencia company that knows all about fashioning creative shapes out of the decadent brown stuff.
Just as dining a la carte is more expensive than a three-course prix fix meal, a la carte in the cable industry will be more expensive than the current tiered or bundled programming system for subscribers," said CAGW President Tom Schatz.
A ce propos, les membres de la commission ont affirme que les photographes ont les memes droit que les journalistes d'une part, et qu'il est souhaitable de fixer le nombre d'annees d'experience ouvrant droit a la carte professionnelle entre 3 et 5 ans, d'autre part.
A la carte would not be the only way consumers could buy cable, as the industry would like us to think, but rather a new method not currently allowed.
Provides an Advanced Real-Time Marketing Engine, A La Carte Service Customization and Self-Care Capabilities that Enable Operators to Increase Revenues, Profitability and Loyalty from Subscribers
Les personnes exercant en tant que journalistes au niveau de sites electroniques d'information ont, par contre, droit a la carte si le site est declare en tant qu'organe de presse.