Background Under the Working Time Regulations 1988 ("WTR
's") all workers are entitled to 5.6 weeks paid leave per year (pro-rated for parttime staff) which (in most cases) has to be taken in the holiday year it accrues.
are good candidates for filtration devices due to
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As a result, she is the highestrated horse in WTR
history to gain a mark from a handicap, beating Quality Road's 128 in 2010 and Makybe Diva's 124 from the 2005 Melbourne Cup, from which this year's fourth place made Americain (123) the world's top stayer.
Several PSMs were characterized for potential use in the structure (figures 1 and 2), including fly-ash, drinking WTRs
, bauxite processing waste, waste gypsum, and three different acid mine drainage residuals.
Yes, there have been a number of changes and amendments to the WTRs
since they were first introduced.
estimates that, given a four percent global GDP growth rate, annual shipments for ultra-wideband chipsets into the communications segment alone will exceed 63 million units by 2007.
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Rewilding and Canford Cliffs are ranked a pound inferior to Cirrus Des Aigles on WTR
Employers who allow employees to work throughout the day without a break may find themselves facing claims under the WTRs
“One of the primary hurdles to wireless sensor market adoption is the requirements imposed by battery implementation,” said Kirsten West, Principal Analyst with WTRS
. “Large installations that require units to undergo battery replacement can create maintenance costs that overpower the initial cost of the equipment.
Water treatment residuals (WTRs
) are generated in vast quantities all over the world as a by-product of drinking water clarification using aluminium and/or iron salts.