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If it cost more than PS100 but less than PS30,000 and is faulty or misdescribed then you can claim against your credit card company if there is a problem.
John Field, from Consumer Direct Yorkshire and Humber, said: "Trying to sort out problems with defective or misdescribed goods can be incredibly frustrating.
Rather, it merely indicates that not all things were equal as had been supposed--that the condition ceteris paribus was not satisfied--as, for example, the cause may have been absent, misdescribed, or impeded by the efficacy of other causes.
It was this that I tried to express in the "politics of meaning" that I shared with Hillary Clinton in the mid 1990s when The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and much other media misdescribed me as "the guru of the White House," and it was this that the Network of Spiritual Progressives now describes as a "spiritual politics" for the 21st century and that I explained to Mr.
It holds that everything accounted for in these terms has been misdescribed and is better understood in terms of legibility conditions at the interface: that includes the Projection Principle, Binding Theory, Case Theory, the Chain Condition, and so on.
Before this, without a court order, Customs officers could only seize counterfeit or pirated goods if the goods contravened the Customs Act, for example, if goods were smuggled, undervalued or misdescribed.
If the seller has misdescribed the goods by saying they are perfect, you may be able to claim your money back.
Stores also carry signs warning customers "No sale goods exchanged" but if goods are shop-soiled, faulty or misdescribed then consumers have a claim to get their money back.
They were fined pounds 1,000, with pounds 955 costs, after admitting selling misdescribed water.
Given the obvious relevance of assessing causal relations, at the level of the individual subject, to psychological theory and applied psychology, it is surprising that single-subject experiments appear underutilized (Aeschleman, 1991) and are often misdescribed in research methods texts written for undergraduates (Kestner & Flora, 1995).
113) If this needs bolstering, none of the colleagues I acknowledged in my own first footnote thought I misdescribed Footnote Four either.