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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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The single master switch, Aurora-A, creates polar lights that cover one of the cell poles for symmetry breaking.
The Master Switch no es un trabajo academico, pero esta escrito con rigor: el apartado de notas ocupa 31 paginas.
TOM: Honda first put plastic material around the master switch and sealed it with tape.
The company's drug discovery efforts are focused on targeting the NMDA receptor, which is known to be the master switch for learning and memory.
Japanese rival Honda has also recalled 77,000 CR-V models built at its Swindon factory between 2002 and 2006 due to an electrical fault with the master switch for the electric windows.
It involves the electrical contact in the driver's side Power Window Master Switch which, says the Japanese manufacturer, may over time come to feel notchy or sticky during operation.
Last week, the Japanese carmaker announced a global recall of 7.4 million when concerns over its Power Window Master Switch arose.
The affected vehicles have a sliding electrical contact point in the driver's side power window master switch that may experience a "notchy" or "sticking feeling" during operation which causes the button to get stuck.
" Certain Corolla Altis and Camry models faced problems in power window master switch ( PWMS).
They identified a "master switch" that regulates the expression of hundreds of Ug99-responsive genes and demonstrated that the genetic location of the switch also confers enhanced adult-plant resistance.
A master switch also allows everything to be turned off.