- supply food ready to eat; for parties and banquets
- The net-cafes here cater to students; fees start at around a pound an hour.
- Specialised police may be hosted in camps designed to cater for their operational needs.
- This lead to an increase in production to cater for the increased demand for its products.
- By contrast, Parts 2, 3 and 5 cater for additional training made possible through the aid.
- The existence of several methods is meant to cater for the wide range of circumstances to which rates are applied.
- Such reasonable basis will also cater for a deduction of the related company's SG&A and a reasonable profit.
- The implementing measures on matters of procedure, to be adopted by the Commission, should notably cater for these requirements.
- According to these companies, there is enough capacity in the Community to cater for an eventual increase of the Community production of the product concerned.
- According to the United Kingdom, the LSE sought to cater for this situation by the introduction of its AIM in 1995.
- It should further contribute to providing citizens with better access to information and thereby increase their ability to make decisions which best cater for their interests.
- The initially pledged collateral is consequently considered to cater for both the initial amount of liquidity provided and the accrued interest amounting to EUR 5889.
- This is to cater for the placement of the wagons according to the wagon order and in line with the commitment of the LRU to his customer.
- Considering the above, it is concluded that, to take account of Enlargement it is appropriate to adapt the measures in order to cater for the additional imports volume into the EU10 market.
- According to the United Kingdom, the LSE sought to cater for this situation by the introduction of its AIM in 1995. This operates as a second-tier market targeting new and smaller companies.
- Considering the above, it is concluded that to take account of the enlargement it is appropriate to adapt the measures in order to cater for the additional volume of imports into the EU10 market.