Unsurprisingly, she found that the higher the unemployment rate upon graduation, the less graduates earned right
out of school.
Having won Petit Le Mans two years in a row, and this year in LMP2, in a race with good, hard-fought competition, we feel fortunate that it had led us to the earned right
to be in the big show again.
Muscat, Nov 18 (ONA) Hamad bin Khamis al-A'mri, Undersecretary of Manpower Ministry for Labor Affairs affirmed that the amendments introduced to the Labor Law which came into force with effect from the end of Oct 2011 have met a number of the demands of the labor force at the private sector companies and establishments and have become eligible earned right
as per the Labor Law.
She adds, "Nowadays, women are asserting their earned right
to be seated at the table and occupy the corner office.
Just yesterday, in an interview with al Sahafa Arabic daily newspaper, a certain army general by the name of Garang Thuc Garang, came out of a blue to tell us that our hard earned right
for separation and self-determination is the wrong thing to do, given to his allege that the SPLM didn't deliver the dire services Southerners needed in the last four years.
GRET STUFF: Brooks' boys earned right
to play in SPL
Bird thus works (again) as an emblem of racial difference, but he also functions as an analogy for whites like Clifton in Do the Right Thing, who carve out a niche in Lee's neighborhoods: because such men are exceptions, black characters admit, perhaps even grudgingly admire, their earned right
to work in Bed-Stuy or in the NBA.
The full-back's efforts earned right
wing corner that Jason McAteer swung to the heart of the box in the 81st minute and Zola climbed above the pack to direct a firm header down into the bottom corner of the net.
A defined contribution plan defines the earned right
to benefits as a specific amount of employer contribution in each year.
Our members and their families have earned right
to know they will be a part of Alaska Airlines' future.
Pardew said as much post-match, in the same breath accepting the legends' earned right
to have their say (and it is not as if they weren't pressed for an opinion) and insistent once again United simply cannot compete with the financial muscle of the top flight's big boys.
That in itself per se - the dismantling or the chipping away of a hard earned right
to offend - has serious ramifications for our country and what it means to be British.