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Essay on Women of 1920 and Their Contributions to Society

12th April 2012
This is a man’s world, and it has been taken for granted that most work whether it be physical or intellectual is done, and should be done by men, and that women should only assume the role of child bearer and home maker. This essay will diswcuss the time... Read >
Author: ajizasif

Cardboard Balers - greatest Recycling Machinery - Baler Supplier

16th February 2012
Large quantities of Cardboard and plastic material waste materials are discovered in all places of industry. All companies possess a duty to dispose of the waste materials with the most environmentally friendly way. There were big quantities of modificati... Read >
Author: DennyLee

More reasons to avoid IVA and sign up to a debt management plan instead?

22nd November 2011
If you believe the adverts, IVA providers would like you to think that they’re ‘government backed’, that you’ll have ‘75% of your debts written off’ and that IVAs are ‘new legislation’. Debt Management companies offering IVA’s have prospered year on year ... Read >
Author: Kevin Fielder

Do your products contain conflict minerals?

12th August 2011
Environmental compliance does not only cover RoHS, REACH and WEEE issues. It also has a humanitarian focus. Recently, new legislation was passed in the US Senate which has profound ramifications for the electronic engineering industry, concerning material... Read >
Author: Ronald Kresten

What differentiates Stark Law and Anti-kickback statute

02nd September 2010
Often Stark law (physician referral prohibition statute) is mistaken for the federal anti-kickback statute. The difference between the two baffles all. While both laws cover similar ground, an arrangement that's acceptable under one of these statutes coul... Read >
Author: angela

Legal Issues Regarding VHS To DVD Transfer

19th July 2010
Caution: Do not take the content of this article to be legitimate legal advice. This is merely for entertainment and speculation. By this point, we all know just how much more amazing a DVD is than a VHS, leaving you wondering if you can convert your o... Read >
Author: kgilbertvhs

Minnesota's Ignition Interlock Program

24th May 2010
Minnesotans arrested for driving while impaired (DWI) will now be required to have an alcohol ignition interlock installed on their vehicle to reduce the revocation period. This is an additional costly consequence for DWI offenders. Its greatest negative ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Hamp Program Tips How To Get Approved For The Hamp Program

11th April 2010
New legislation from United States President Barack Obama has created what is known as the Home Affordable Modification Program, sometimes referred to by the acronym HAMP. HAMP is really a modification plan that's getting paid for by seventy-five million ... Read >
Author: Bobby Mason

Solvency 2 explained

19th March 2010
In a nutshell, solvency 2 is the replacement for the existing solvency 1 review system for insurance businesses operating in the European Union. Solvency 2 is described by the financial services authority as a "fundamental review of the capital adequac... Read >
Author: casewise1

6 Ways to Challenge An Insurer's Denial of Your (Late) Notice of Claim

01st September 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Law Offices of Jonathan Cooper In our prior article entitled "5 Rules to Succeed in Filing an Insurance Claim," we provided tips to avoid some of the insurance industry's favorite gambits for denying rightful claims, including the in... Read >
Author: Jonathan Cooper

We live in an age of alienation

06th November 2007
Supposedly we live in an age when it is easier to communicate than ever before.The sad fact is that due to the fact that we live in an over informed society, we are now turning away from the downpour of information that is vainly trying to attract our att... Read >
Author: Paul Ashby

A Quick Guide To English Silver Hallmarks

03rd October 2006
The English hallmark system was born in 1300, when King Edward I ordered that every gold or silver item should be tested for fineness by the officers of the Goldsmiths' Guild in London before it could be offered for sale, and that a mark should be stamped... Read >
Author: Peter Towler
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