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(f) The arbitrator may award injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party's individual claim. YOU AND WE AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN AN INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY AND NOT AS PLAINTIFFS OR CLASS MEMBERS IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS OR REPRESENTATIVE PROCEEDING OR IN THE CAPACITY OF A PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL. The arbitrator shall not have the power to commit errors of law or legal reasoning, and the parties agree that any injunctive award may be vacated or corrected on appeal by either party to a court of competent jurisdiction for any such error. Each party will bear its own costs and fees on any such appeal. The arbitrator shall not award relief in excess of what these Terms provide or award punitive damages or any other damages not measured by actual damages. Further, unless both you and we agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one person's claims or otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. If this specific proviso is found to be unenforceable, then the entirety of this arbitration provision shall be null and void.

Sometimes you need an area rug just to cover ugly floors, to keep downstairs neighbors from hearing you walk around, or to make your place feel homey without spending a lot of money. We spent more than 60 hours researching hundreds of area rugs, interviewing experts, and testing rugs with panelists. Then we put our feet on our favorites at home (and let a cat do his best to destroy them) for many more hours. Of the 42 rugs we tested, we highly recommend 16 that come in multiple sizes, colors, and patterns. We have picks for flatwoven, low-pile, and high-pile rugs that will suit a range of functional purposes and decorating styles.

The original author of this guide was Shannon Palus. Her first place out of college was a two-bedroom in South Philadelphia, with all linoleum floors. Shannon and her roommate scrambled to make the place look okay with as little money as possible. She spent those two years putting her feet on a lot of cheap rugs. Some were better than others, to put it kindly.

Utility tree work uses directional pruning, a method recommended by the International Society of Arboriculture, American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Arbor Day Foundation. Directional pruning reduces growth towards the power lines and encourages growth away from the lines. Trees pruned in this way are less susceptible to pests and diseases. They may appear unbalanced, but if they are healthy, they will thrive and the appearance will soften over time. Directional pruning allows trees to coexist safely with power lines.

Supply & Demand. You remember this one from your economy class, right? Some edges are in higher demand and that means the price goes up. Often, the most popular edge details will cost a little more than they would have otherwise because businesses are in business to make money (in addition to saving the world, of course.)

Ingredients aside, one of the benefits of using these products is that many, if not all, ingredients are ethically sourced and cruelty-free. As consumers, it's never been more important to prioritize what we want in our makeup, and our money talks. These days there's a clean option to switch out every product in your makeup routine, so it's never been easier to avoid controversial ingredients.

HEC-RAS is a great tool for this type of analysis. Based on your question, I assume you are new to HEC-RAS. My advice would be to hire a qualified and experienced HEC-RAS modeler to do this for you. Trust me, it will save you money in the long run and make your client happy. That person would know all of the requirements for setting up and running this analysis. Plus, every site is different, so before recommending what survey data is needed, one needs to know what survey data is already available, it's quality, as well as site-specific conditions that will have an influence on the hydraulics of the system, among many other things. And finally, damming a river with a weir is not a trivial thing. You want to make sure to get it right.

This book covers one of the most powerful, yet relatively unknown features available in HEC-RAS: the HECRASController! The HECRASController API has a wealth of procedures which allow a programmer to manipulate HEC-RAS externally by setting input data, retrieving input or output data, and performing common functions such as opening and closing HEC-RAS, changing plans, running HEC-RAS, and plotting output. A companion Excel workbook provides VBA code that demonstrates the HECRASController subroutines and functions. Read more here: -the-hec-ras-code-2/

The announcement "essentially amounts to the Biden administration holding states and local school districts hostage with school lunch money that goes to underprivileged youth in order to pass transgender non-discrimination policies," Prior told Fox News.

Rather than try to hone an entire 1/6" off the slab to get rid of the pits, you'd be better off (in my humble opinion) to get some epoxy fill material formulated for marble work, fill the pits then dress the surface smooth. Marble is softer than granite, plus there are several types, read hardness, of marble itself. I wouldn't even attempt to work marble with woodworking power tools. Diamond tools are what's needed in high speed tools like routers. There are "dry" diamond bits available but as has been mentioned, the dust created is horrendous. That's one of, but not the only reason stone is worked with water. Dust control as well as lubrication and cooling of the tool bits.

As for using power sanders and silicone paper, this might work depending on how hard the marble is. Harder marbles will tend to "burn" when worked with high speed sanders. Again, dust is a major, major concern. But I think you're asking for a lot of hearache thying to take a whole slab, even a small table top slab, down the depth of the pits you mention. I'd fill 'em first.

My Grandfather worked in a marble quarry in Sicily before WWI to make some money on the side. He told me how they would drill holes into the cliff faces with sledges and iron bars. Once they had a decent hole they'd pack it full of black powder and then hammer a wooden plug into the hole. The plug had a hole for a fuse.

Additionally, Majano states that electric blankets are safe as long as they are used properly. "Do not allow anything on top of a heating pad or electric blanket when it is in use. When covered by anything, including other blankets or pets, electric blankets may overheat. Do not plug electric blankets into an extension cord or power strip as they could overheat and cause a fire. Any devices that generate heat, like electric blankets or space heaters, should be plugged directly into an outlet," he says.

Anthony Alves . I am a Portuguese, servant to Mr. Bristow; we lodge at the house of Mr. Hennington, a fishmonger at Charing-cross ; the prisoner was servant to Mr. Hennington; I missed seven guineas last Thursday out of my bureau; I suspected the prisoner, and took her up before Sir John Fielding ; going along, she confessed she took my money out of my bureau, and had spent it all; she confessed the same before Sir John.

William Hennington . I live at Charing-cross, Mr. Alves lodges in my house; he complained to me last Thursday that he missed some money out of his bureau; as we had no body in the house but my wife and daughter, besides the prisoner, we suspected her; I went to Sir John Fielding for his advice; he advised me to take her up with a constable; I took her up, and charged her with taking it; I said, Betty, you had better own it, we will make it as easy as we can with Mr. Bristow; she at first denied it very strongly; we went up and looked in her box, and found only about 6 d. in halfpence; then the constable said, take her before Sir John Fielding ; we called a coach; going along, she said if we would stop the coach, she would tell; we stopped, and went into a public-house; she confessed she had taken about six guineas out of a purse which was in the prosecutor's bureau, she likewise confessed the same before Sir John Fielding . We asked her what she had done with it; she said she had bought some cloth for shifts, and an apron or two; we saw the cloth, it was not to the value of the money; then she said she had disposed of five or six guineas to a young man that came from her mother, that was going abroad.

Paul Canler . I keep a clothes-shop in St. Giles's; I have known the prisoner about five years, he worked for paviours and bricklayers as a labouring man; he borrowed money of me to buy such a tool as this; he lodged with me two years, I never knew an honester man; I had been robbed once, and I let him lie in my shop for a safeguard; I know he was very much in liquor the day he was taken into custody.

Isaac Panchau . On the 29th of March, which was on the Tuesday, I left a bag on the table below stairs, in which were five louis d'ors; another servant of mine carried it up into my room, and put it into my breeches pocket; after which, when I came to take my money out on the Thursday I found but three.

William Turner . I keep the Bear and Rummer in Mortimer-street, a public-house; the prisoner offered my wife a louis d'or to change; I did not see him deliver it to her, but I saw her give it him back again; she gave it to me to know if it was a good one; I said it was French money, and did not chuse to change it. 041b061a72


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