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Meliá Hotels International, for instance, set up complimentary antigen testing at 10 of its hotels in Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
In the early months of the pandemic, hotels were loading up guests with complimentary masks and hand sanitizer.
He says he never eats in hotels and describes the “disappointment” of throwing away complimentary cake provided by hotel staff.
For example, complimentary tutoring and virtual after-school programs will be offered for the children of employees.
It’s kind of like looking at a table of contents of the New York Times over the past 20 years — and I mean that not in a complimentary way to the New York Times.
It was somebody else, whose name he had forgotten, but of whom he went on to speak in not very complimentary terms.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
Having had time to consider the Budget proposals in detail Mr. Asquith was less complimentary and more critical.
He was young to be a colonel, but the title was merely nominal and complimentary, and not given for any service to his country.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
“You are very complimentary,” said Katie, with a glance at her cousin, which threw that young lady into silent convulsions.
"You aren't very complimentary to us," Frank grumbled, as he hunched himself over the wheel of Mollie's car.

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