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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Disney Channel was once offered a la carte, but only a privileged few bought it despite the tremendous strength of our brand," said Anne Sweeney, co-chair, Disney Media Networks and president, Disney-ABC Television Group.
In a model looking at potential a la carte impact, Kagan Research newsletter Broadband Technology estimates TV channel operators would need to raise per-capita channel carriage fees by a multiple of four to offset a 50% loss of subscribers from big basic bundles.
Gomez has worked for Chocolates a la Carte for 10 years, starting out in the Cerritos plant and transferring to Valencia last year when the company consolidated operations into a 110,000-square-foot facility in the Valencia Commerce Center.
Emagia Corporation, the leading provider of Enterprise Cash Flow Management solutions, announced today that the latest version of its software allows its customers to purchase and deploy its powerful credit risk and receivables management application in an a la carte manner.
Ronai at Gulf Ea la Carte demonstrates clearly that this is a sector that serious businesses cannot ignore," said Maggie Moore, event director, Gulf a la Carte.
The new a la carte service is an additional service alongside the carrier's standard catering.
184) Voir Jerome Lasserre Capdeville, <<La repression de la fraude a la carte bancaire : etat de lieux>> (mai-juin 2005) 101 B.
VALENCIA -- Even weeks before Thanksgiving, business at Chocolates a la Carte already is nearly in full swing for the December holiday season.
Instead, Martin thinks the industry should give cable consumers a la carte options.
A potentially bigger problem for emerging networks is the threat of a la carte pricing, which would let cable customer pay for channels that they Choose for themselves, rather than bundles of channels chosen by their cable companies.
Nous nous bornerons donc a la carte routiere, dont l'exemple le plus ancien pourrait etre la "Tabula Peutingeriana," [Fig.
SNOEZELEN[R] A LA CARTE from FlagHouse offers therapists a safe, attractive way to provide the benefits of the SNOEZELEN multisensory approach anywhere within a facility, including bedside.
Sirius-XM's version of A La Carte, when and if it becomes available, would require more than 30 million current satellite radio owners to replace their existing radios and buy and install expensive "next generation" radios
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.