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Sunday, 28th November 2004

Commemorative Observances: A Chronological List

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Medical Eponyms
Source: Ole Daniel Enersen
Who Named It?
"Whonamedit.com is a biographical dictionary of medical eponyms. It is our ambition to present a complete survey of all medical phenomena named for a person, with a biography of that person. Eventually, this will include more than 15,000 eponyms and more than 6,000 persons." Search or browse.
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Commemerative Observances--United States
Source: CRS (via FPC)
Updated, Commemorative Observances: A Chronological List
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Rental Cars--Ratings
Source: J.D. Power and Associates
J.D. Power Rental Car Ratings
From press release: "The study, now in its ninth year, measures customer satisfaction among business and leisure customers who rented a car at or near an airport. Overall satisfaction is based on performance in six areas. In order of importance, they are: pick-up process, rates/value, return process, rental car, reservation and shuttle bus/van. Enterprise receives high ratings from customers in all factors and leads the industry in the areas of pick-up process and shuttle bus/van. Hertz follows Enterprise in the rankings, receiving the highest ratings in reservations, rental car and return process.... Wait times to pick up rental cars have increased significantly over 2003. The study finds that 43 percent of all rental car customers had to wait an average of 19 minutes for a shuttle bus to pick up their rental car-up from 11 minutes in 2003."

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