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self-serve

[self-surv] /ˈsɛlfˈsɜrv/
adjective
Origin
1925-1930
1925-30
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  • Enterprising companies would likely build small unmanned self-serve battery kiosks as well.
  • Large bus stations have ticket agents and self-serve kiosks.
  • There are also multiple self-serve frozen yogurt and ice cream machines throughout the cruise ship.
  • In addition, tourists can also choose between thatch-roofed guesthouses and self-serve lodges.
  • Travelers dine from the self-serve snack bar and special gift packages may be ordered to celebrate important events.
  • There is also a self-serve station with appetizers, gourmet seasonal salads, soup and homemade cheese bread.
  • Daily or weekly housekeeping is available as well as self-serve laundry facilities and same-day dry cleaning.
  • There are three restaurants, one of which is self-serve, four bars and a nightclub.
  • There is no host present, but the inn has a fully stocked refrigerator with enjoyable self-serve, organic breakfast staples.
  • self-serve laundry facilities are available as well.

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