Ancillary

An ancillary provides necessary support to the operation of an organization. Other uses of the word include:

  • Ancillary administration
  • Ancillary data
  • Ancillary doctrine
  • Ancillary jurisdiction
  • Ancillary market
  • Ancillary relief
  • Ancillary revenue
  • Ancillary services (electric power)
  • Ancillary sciences of history
  • Ancillary statistic
  • Ancillary weapon
  • Ancillaries of the Faith

Other articles related to "ancillary":

Ancillary Revenue - History and Rationale
... The most aggressive proponent of ancillary revenue development within Europe has been Europe’s largest low fare airline, Ryanair ... While ancillary revenues were not invented by Ryanair, the extreme business model envisioned by Michael O'Leary, the Ryanair Chief Executive, proposed to use commissions from pay-per-view ... He described ancillary revenue during a 2001 interview in the UK Sunday Times ...
Supplemental Jurisdiction - Ancillary Jurisdiction
... Ancillary jurisdiction is a form of supplemental jurisdiction that allows a United States federal court to hear non-federal claims sufficiently logically dependent on a federal "anchor claim" (i ... Ancillary jurisdiction differs from pendent jurisdiction in that pendent jurisdiction requires the federal and non-federal claims to arise from a "common nucleus of ... Like pendent jurisdiction, a federal court can exercise ancillary jurisdiction if the anchor claim has original federal jurisdiction either through ...
Ancillary Administration
... Ancillary administration is "the administration of a decedent's estate in a state other than the one in which she lived, for the purpose of disposing of property she owned there." Another definition is the "administra ... An ancillary administrator is the personal representative who handles the property in the other state under ancillary administration ... Most major court systems will have forms and checklists for ancillary administrators to use ...
Ancillary Revenue
... In the airline industry, ancillary revenue is revenue from non-ticket sources, such as baggage fees and on-board food and services, and has become an important financial ... Ancillary revenue has been defined as, “Revenue beyond the sale of tickets that are generated by direct sales to passengers, or indirectly as a ...
Ancillary Revenue - Passenger Reaction
... and Ryanair have generated significant profit from ancillary revenue ... world's largest carriers are not immune from the public backlash against aggressive ancillary revenue actions ... British Airways also wanted to boost its ancillary revenue with higher baggage fees during 2007 ...