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(1) Employer-employee law is sometimes called master-servant law.(2) A person appointed by a court to perform a specific function, such as to sell real estate that is in dispute or to assist with evidentiary issues or other duties. (The practice is rare in federal court, but very common in some state courts.)

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Assessing your mastermind this way gives members the chance to ask for what they need from the group and to take personal responsibility for anything they're doing to hold back the mastermind (and themselves).
Finding a mastermind, whether you join an existing organization or form your own, should be on every entrepreneur's to-do list, says Thomas, whose EO sets up eight to 12 like-minded people in its online mastermind forums.
The MASTERMIND giveaway is our way to show our appreciation for all the hard work educators do for children," said Jim Pressman, president of Pressman Toy.
Chidambaram on Thursday accused Pakistan of protecting masterminds of the 26/ 11 Mumbai attack.
He denied his own show was "dumbing down" but said: "It is, however, true that they've got a lot easier on Mastermind.
Yesterday, the 66-year-old said the "money for old rope" comment was intended to contrast how much easier Mastermind was for the presenter holding the answers than the contestants in the famous hotseat.
It said: "Celebrity Mastermind does not provide crib sheets and all contestants work hard in the run-up to the recording.
Mastermind producer Jon Kelly said: "Hosting the final at Glasgow Caledonian University was incredibly important to Mastermind.
MASTERMIND has stooped to a new low, with a contestant being allowed to choose the career of Jennifer Ellison as a specialist subject.
What this will do is tell us the scope of the devastation,'' said Jeroen Tromp, a professor of geophysics and the mastermind behind the supercomputer, which fills a 20-foot-by-80-foot room at California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
MASTERMIND - it had nothing whatsoever to do with Magnus Magnusson.
A Teesside man proved he was a real Mastermind on TV.