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Synonyms for seasonal

a worker who finds employment only in certain seasons

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occurring at or dependent on a particular season

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com announced on Tuesday, October 20, that it will be looking to fill a total of 100,000 openings for winter seasonal jobs this year across the United States.
In 1998, the PPI implemented the X-12-ARIMA Seasonal Adjustment Method; prior to that year, PPI employed the X-11 method.
During the year 2009-10, a total 12, 06,242 MT off seasonal vegetable production was recorded in 63,879 hectare area.
These rules, the first to be agreed at EU level on seasonal work, will not affect the right of member states to decide how many seasonal workers they allow in.
Seasonal adjustment is extraordinarily consequential.
Virgin America said it is again expanding its service to Palm Springs with its 2013-2014 seasonal flight schedule from JFK to PSP the only nonstop flight offered from the New York City area to the desert oasis.
The report also delves deep into vaccination patterns for seasonal influenza in the Asia-Pacific Region.
To investigate the potential for reassortment between seasonal influenza A and pandemic (H1N1) 2009 viruses, we used an in vitro selection method using reverse genetics and serial passaging under limited dilution conditions.
A LOCAL MP is urging people to remember their regular seasonal flu jab.
FORMER Test cricket umpire Dickie Bird has urged people to get their free seasonal flu jab.
While there has been a lot of focus on H1N1, it's important to remember that the seasonal influenza season is about to start, county public health officials say.
Rubies' move to 1115 Broadway is part of a larger migration to the building in recent years among costume and seasonal products tenants who may have at first simply sought proximity to the Toy Center but, since Chetrit acquired the two building compound in the summer of 2004 and announced his conversion plans, have flocked to the building because it could soon be one of the last locations with a concentration of industry tenants.
Such regular patterns in an economic time series are typically referred to as seasonal effects.
Kammen acknowledges that celebrating the seasonal beauty of the nation's wilder lands rather than fields and ornamental gardens was distinctive.