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https://plus.google.com/116375620045973800977 Referenceglobe : Latest Trainee CBA (Custom Business Applications) job openings at CyberTech Systems and Software Ltd...
Latest Trainee CBA (Custom Business Applications) job openings at CyberTech Systems and Software Ltd - Referenceglobe

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ReferenceGlobe provides job seekers to search for the latest walk-in jobs across India from top cities. Find the latest job openings from Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune and Delhi. Search for the latest Software jobs from top companies and apply directly. Also send mail on job details to the others through Gmail and get mail alerts on the latest job postings.
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https://plus.google.com/110929037679148939670 49ersLife.com : So the NFL has already levied more fines this season than all of last season. Is it because of the players...
So the NFL has already levied more fines this season than all of last season. Is it because of the players? Or are fines and suspensions reaching a point of outrage? It's a debatable topic, and one that will rage on until the current CBA expires. Prepare for more wild lashings from Judge Goodell !
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https://plus.google.com/112886854370393431210 EduDealer.com : New deal on edudealer.com 100% Discount CFA Level I - Alternative Investment course. Original price ...
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This module of CFA Level I Preparatory guide covers one of the most important part of CFA Level I Exam “Alternative Investments”. This module has a weight-age of 3% in the Level I Exam and 5-15% in Level II and Level III exams of CFA. Some participants find it very easy and some of them find it really difficult. Taking all this in to account, after consulting several participants, edu CBA developed this amazing online course to cater the problems, simplified the course, made it easy different examples. You will have a great experience with this course.
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https://plus.google.com/115033885201901309967 Jinping Cao : Opening a door Opening A Door When I arrived at the door of CBA building where I took business class...
Opening a door
Opening A Door When I arrived at the door of CBA building where I took business class, a
boy who stood in front of me opened the door for me. When I arrived at the door
of dining hall where I had a lunch, a boy helped me open the door. When I
walked closed ...
Opening a door
Opening A Door When I arrived at the door of CBA building where I took business class, a boy who stood in front of me opened the door for me. When I arrived at the door of dining hall where I had a lunch, a boy helped me o...
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https://plus.google.com/101436314194443114480 Kirsty Railton : 241/365 Dessert Rhubarb and ginger crumble, not the most photogenic pudding but one of my favourites...
241/365
Dessert
Rhubarb and ginger crumble, not the most photogenic pudding but one of my favourites. Only tinned custard though,cba to make my own
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https://plus.google.com/114401037642425540768 Denis Otugo : (Time for a reality check on Labor's CBA-less NBN strategy) has been published on Wes Lee Blog ...
(Time for a reality check on Labor's CBA-less NBN strategy) has been published on Wes Lee Blog - Downloads, News and Reviews
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https://plus.google.com/101787261164741007771 Victoria Bromiley : This is me everyday in the Summer holidays: 13:00: I'll start my homework after lunch!" 14:00: "I...
This is me everyday in the Summer holidays:


13:00: I'll start my homework after lunch!"

14:00: "I promise I will start my homework at 15:00!"

15:00: "I'll have a snack and start at 16:00!"

16:05: "Whoops it's 16:05, I'll start at 17:00"

17:00: "OMG is that Twitter? Better wait until 18:00!"

18:00: "I'm so tired, let's start work at 19:00"

19:00: "Oh hey it's 19:00... But I have dinner!"

20:00: "20:00 is too late to start my homework, looks like I'll be doing it tomorrow!"


#summer #holidays #work #homework #procrastinate #teen #girl #tired #cba 
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https://plus.google.com/112433049558297220025 Jeff Leitch : NHL negotiating with officials on new CBA. http://www.thescore.com/news/565321
NHL negotiating with officials on new CBA.

http://www.thescore.com/news/565321
NHL, officials' union 'quietly' engaged in collective bargaining negotiations | theScore
The union, of course, is comprised of both referees and linesmen. The previous agreement was ratified on Oct. 4, 2010, days before the start of the regular season; officials worked the entire pre-season schedule without a contract that year. As such, it may be a few weeks until this matter is ...
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https://plus.google.com/109076071222167298461 CaliforniaBlack BeltAcademy : CBA FAMILY HIKE @ CLAREMONT LOOP
CBA FAMILY HIKE @ CLAREMONT LOOP
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https://plus.google.com/112987240033893088542 Lex Innova Consulting : Networking for Women Lawyers: http://www.cba.org/dev/cba/practicelink/tips/womennetwork.aspx
Networking for Women Lawyers: http://www.cba.org/dev/cba/practicelink/tips/womennetwork.aspx
Networking for Women Lawyers
Networking for Women Lawyers. By Emily White. Women shaking hands Despite the dread that the prospect of networking evokes—networking is a skill that many lawyers, especially female lawyers, would be well-advised to master. Sandra Appel, a partner with the Toronto office of Davis & Company, ...
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https://plus.google.com/113528398291040394166 LawyerLocate.ca Inc. : The #LegalLinkage is out featuring lawyer insights on Robin Williams, CBA's Futures Initiative, The ...
The #LegalLinkage is out featuring lawyer insights on Robin Williams, CBA's Futures Initiative, The Canadian Experience Class, The Ice Bucket Challenge, and more! http://bit.ly/1u58iEa

#RIPRobinWilliams #ALSIceBucketChallenge #CBAFutures #CanadianExperienceClass
The Legal Linkage – Week of August 17 – August 23, 2014
Here is a the Legal Linkage roundup of some of the many great blog posts made by our members last week:
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https://plus.google.com/101219280272836311393 CBU CBA 2013 :

Watch the video: CBU AWARDS EVENING
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We are pleased to present a Video of the Awards Ceremony Held in Suriname on August 21, 2014. Congratulations to all of the winners.
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https://plus.google.com/118076133461098314746 Pimp My Bricks : Pimped from Flickr: "Nissan GT-R (CBA-R35 2011) Blue" by lego911 | http://buff.ly/1tIEleZ
Pimped from Flickr: "Nissan GT-R (CBA-R35 2011) Blue" by lego911 | http://buff.ly/1tIEleZ
Nissan GT-R (CBA-R35 2011) Blue
The Nissan GT-R is an extreme high-performance coupe. Shown here is the 2011 update of the R35 model introduced in 2007. The car is the latest of a long series of Nissan/Datsun vehicles that have borne the GT-R name. The GT-R denotes the highest performance version of the Skyline range, though in the latest iteration (R35), the nameplate has broken off into its own series. The GTR features a 3.8 litre Vee-six engine, boosted by twin turbocharge...
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https://plus.google.com/101129212601292880866 Real Truth Seekers : The truth is here. | RealTruthSeekr.com. NBN CBA proves Turnbull's MTM is fraudband - Telco/ISP - iT...
The truth is here. | RealTruthSeekr.com. NBN CBA proves Turnbull's MTM is fraudband - Telco/ISP - iTnews.com.au http://ow.ly/AQNym
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https://plus.google.com/108869188360022079839 Rob Cypher : The most important thing to note about the NFL's new rules on domestic violence is that they are neither...
The most important thing to note about the NFL's new rules on domestic violence is that they are neither new nor are they rules. They are words strung together in such a way that people will respond by saying, "Wow, the NFL takes domestic violence seriously."

And it worked. In my earlier post immediately following the announcement, I referred to the "severe new penalties for domestic violence," but on further reflection, I got okey-doked too. Here's the relevant part of the letter Roger Goodell sent to owners today:

"Effective immediately, violations of the Personal Conduct Policy regarding assault, battery, domestic violence or sexual assault that involve physical force will be subject to a suspension without pay of six games for a first offense, with consideration given to mitigating factors, as well as a longer suspension when circumstances warrant... A second offense will result in banishment from the NFL; while an individual may petition for reinstatement after one year, there will be no presumption or assurance that the petition will be granted. These disciplinary standards will apply to all NFL personnel."

Please note that all this change does is sub in a loose baseline—six games plus or minus "mitigating factors"—for a previously undefined suspension length that could always have been as long as Roger Goodell wanted it to be. The NFL could have chosen to suspend Ray Rice for six games without passing these rules. The NFL could have suspended the next player to beat the shit out of his wife for six games, without needing to refer to any new rules.

Domestic violence offenses still fall under the league's Personal Conduct Policy, with which the NFLPA inexplicably handed the NFL unilateral control over discipline not specifically covered in the CBA. Players will still have the right to appeal their punishments and likely get them reduced. Literally nothing has changed.

Well, that's not precisely true. Now the NFL gets to see its name in headlines touting its zero tolerance policy for domestic violence. Look how many stories include the phrase "lifetime ban," even though a second offense actually garners an "indefinite" suspension from which the player can apply for reinstatement after one year. Josh Gordon is currently serving the same "lifetime ban" for failing a second drug test for marijuana. At least hitting a bong is no longer worse in the league's eyes than hitting a woman; it's now equally bad.

But Goodell's "Message: I care" announcement today isn't about specifics; it's about projecting an aura of authority, even in the midst of a frantic rowback on the NFL's tone-deaf handling of the Rice case. We're all complicit in allowing the league to present itself as a moral arbiter. Aaron Gordon nailed the dynamic earlier this month:

"The personal conduct policy is a tremendously successful marketing effort which has resulted in people equating the NFL and Goodell himself with justice. Regardless of whether the NFL actually has the power to shift societal views, people believe it does, which puts it in rarified territory. It makes the NFL not just a sports league, but a cultural institution."

No one should be looking to the NFL or the sports world for ethical guidance on anything, to say nothing of subjects like domestic violence or recreational drug use, both sufficiently fucked up within our legal system. It's nice that Goodell recognizes he tripped all over his own dick in the Rice matter, but don't lose sight of the fact that today he's nothing more than Moses coming down from the mountain, bearing a press release.
So What's Actually New About The NFL's New Domestic Violence Policy?
The most important thing to note about the NFL's new rules on domestic violence is that they are neither new nor are they rules. They are words strung together in such a way that people will respond by saying, "Wow, the NFL takes domestic violence seriously."
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https://plus.google.com/108869188360022079839 Rob Cypher : The most important thing to note about the NFL's new rules on domestic violence is that they are neither...
The most important thing to note about the NFL's new rules on domestic violence is that they are neither new nor are they rules. They are words strung together in such a way that people will respond by saying, "Wow, the NFL takes domestic violence seriously."

And it worked. In my earlier post immediately following the announcement, I referred to the "severe new penalties for domestic violence," but on further reflection, I got okey-doked too. Here's the relevant part of the letter Roger Goodell sent to owners today:

"Effective immediately, violations of the Personal Conduct Policy regarding assault, battery, domestic violence or sexual assault that involve physical force will be subject to a suspension without pay of six games for a first offense, with consideration given to mitigating factors, as well as a longer suspension when circumstances warrant... A second offense will result in banishment from the NFL; while an individual may petition for reinstatement after one year, there will be no presumption or assurance that the petition will be granted. These disciplinary standards will apply to all NFL personnel."

Please note that all this change does is sub in a loose baseline—six games plus or minus "mitigating factors"—for a previously undefined suspension length that could always have been as long as Roger Goodell wanted it to be. The NFL could have chosen to suspend Ray Rice for six games without passing these rules. The NFL could have suspended the next player to beat the shit out of his wife for six games, without needing to refer to any new rules.

Domestic violence offenses still fall under the league's Personal Conduct Policy, with which the NFLPA inexplicably handed the NFL unilateral control over discipline not specifically covered in the CBA. Players will still have the right to appeal their punishments and likely get them reduced. Literally nothing has changed.

Well, that's not precisely true. Now the NFL gets to see its name in headlines touting its zero tolerance policy for domestic violence. Look how many stories include the phrase "lifetime ban," even though a second offense actually garners an "indefinite" suspension from which the player can apply for reinstatement after one year. Josh Gordon is currently serving the same "lifetime ban" for failing a second drug test for marijuana. At least hitting a bong is no longer worse in the league's eyes than hitting a woman; it's now equally bad.

But Goodell's "Message: I care" announcement today isn't about specifics; it's about projecting an aura of authority, even in the midst of a frantic rowback on the NFL's tone-deaf handling of the Rice case. We're all complicit in allowing the league to present itself as a moral arbiter. Aaron Gordon nailed the dynamic earlier this month:

"The personal conduct policy is a tremendously successful marketing effort which has resulted in people equating the NFL and Goodell himself with justice. Regardless of whether the NFL actually has the power to shift societal views, people believe it does, which puts it in rarified territory. It makes the NFL not just a sports league, but a cultural institution."

No one should be looking to the NFL or the sports world for ethical guidance on anything, to say nothing of subjects like domestic violence or recreational drug use, both sufficiently fucked up within our legal system. It's nice that Goodell recognizes he tripped all over his own dick in the Rice matter, but don't lose sight of the fact that today he's nothing more than Moses coming down from the mountain, bearing a press release.
So What's Actually New About The NFL's New Domestic Violence Policy?
The most important thing to note about the NFL's new rules on domestic violence is that they are neither new nor are they rules. They are words strung together in such a way that people will respond by saying, "Wow, the NFL takes domestic violence seriously."
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https://plus.google.com/110358677197172744011 László Felvidéki Gyebnár : Kóser CBA
Kóser CBA
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