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What CSE Candidates Ought to Know About Contracts

Contracts are an important part of how a landscape architect interacts with the public.

A contract is a business agreement between two parties that explains the roles and responsibilities of each party and describes what services and products will be rendered over the life of the contract. 692 more words

California Supplemental Exam (CSE)

SEC to raise fines for rushing the field, court

DESTIN, Fla. — The SEC is trying to keep fans off the field tonight, and tomorrow, and every game day.

In an effort to further pressure institutions to keep fans from rushing the field and court after games, the SEC is expected to raise its current fine structure during its Spring Meetings this week. 286 more words

SEC News

Why is Rafael Nadal allowed to blackball an umpire?

Not that a deflated tennis ball would benefit anybody, but let’s say for the sake of argument that it did and a top player was caught deflating balls before a match at the French Open. 718 more words


Nationalists ponder prison sentences for selling unmarked GMO products

Image Credit: Reuters / Jim Young

A number of Russian MPs have suggested altering the current legislation and introducing criminal responsibility for illegal trade in GMO products. 384 more words


Loan periods and fines explained

At the University of Sunderland Library, we use the following loan categories for our resources:

  • Standard loan – 4 weeks (will be reduced to one week if reserved by another user)
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No-Nonsense DUI Smartphone App Calls Attorney, Records Arrest

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF)– Driving under the influence or while intoxicated is a serious offense and a drunk driving arrest has serious consequences.

Now there’s a smartphone app for drivers who get stopped by the police for DUI/DWI, to help them deal with their case. 265 more words


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Weekly Safety News Roundup - 5/24/15

In news this week was some criticism of the OSHA fines in the DuPont, Texas deaths. It continues to show the antiquity of the OSHA fine structure. 219 more words