A: I’m working on a book called Yellow and Gold: the Chinese Gold Mining Diaspora. It’s a history of Chinese gold miners and the “Chinese question” in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. I’m looking at the sites of three gold rushes: California, the Australian colony of Victoria, and the South African colony of the Transvaal.
A couple of decades ago I rode a motorcycle as my primary transportation. For Christmas one year my sister got me a pair of Bausch and Lombe sunglasses similar to the RayBans shown in the picture. I loved those sunglasses and rode all over the Southeastern United States wearing them.
The gross earnings of piece rate workers are determined by multiplying the number of items produced by the rate set per item. Even though workers are compensated based on their production levels, the wages paid to them are not necessarily exempt from overtime or minimum wage regulations. Employers need to make sure their payrolls adhere to all state and federal labor laws..
Grce l de Dieu, les fourmis utilisent de toute vidence des tactiques et des stratgies tonnantes pour dfendre leurs colonies et les protger contre les ennemis qu sont susceptibles de rencontrer pendant leur qute de nourriture. En dveloppant des stratgies de chasse, elles luttent pour ne pas devenir des proies. Une bataille typique est celle entre les diffrentes colonies de fourmis..
I wear a lot of men wear. I love the looseness of it. And I think it sexy. He passed his “credible fear” interview. And then a judge granted him asylum not once, but twice. [Read More]. With a “Reviewable Policy” you agree that your insurance company can review the cost of your policy at regular intervals. But don be kidded in our experience a “review” is just another word for a price increase. After all, who ever heard of an insurance company passing up a chance to charge you more! The review intervals are usually between 2 to 5 years but this does vary between insurance companies.
In a recent JELS article, Victim Oriented Tort Law in Action: An Empirical Examination of Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Cases (or here), Gijs van Dijck (Maastricht Law) analyzes 1,237 decisions and observes a “mismatch between what victims sought and what they were offered.” The paper abstract follows.”Catholic Church sexual abuse cases have received worldwide attention, with lawsuits and nationwide investigations reported in various countries. This study examines a procedure a hybrid between tort litigation and a victim compensation fund that not only allowed sexual abuse victims to seek monetary compensation on an individual basis, but also nonmonetary relief, including an apology, recognition, and measures against those responsible for the abuse. The publication of all decisions offers a unique opportunity to analyze what victims pursued by filing a claim, whether what they were offered matched their objectives, and what impacted the probability of victims obtaining certain types of nonmonetary relief.