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rest period

see WORKING TIME.
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Adult workers are entitled to an uninterrupted rest period of 24 hours in each seven-day working period.
That means a rest period of around a month for the men who feature in all forms of the game for England.
The UAE and other endurance countries in the region were not in favour of the proposed increase in the rest period for competition horses from 27 days to 41 days for events between 120km to 160km.
This law requires employers of 25 or more persons to provide rest periods and a private location for new mothers who need to express breast milk.
A rest period caused the limb to displace in the socket approximately 4.
They were giving the workers one lunch break - 30 minutes unpaid - which they were required to do under the collective bargaining agreement, along with one 10-minute rest period," plaintiff's attorney Neil Herring said Tuesday.
The method comprises administering to the subject from two to four aliquots of modified mammalian blood, with the administration of any pair of consecutive treatments either being on consecutive days or being separated by a rest period of l to 21 days.
The firefighters have had the beds taken out of the stations to stop the rest period and been given chairs to sit in.
According to a union spokesman the airline had agreed to increase the minimum rest period from 22 hours to 30 for flights to the Americas and Southeast Asia, but not to Europe.
This type of yoga is an aerobic form with no rest period between poses and diminished spiritual and meditative components.
Instead, try to use rest period and invite the group into your office or home.
For this reason intermittent ponding can be more efficient because it allows time for solute to diffuse to the surfaces of aggregates during the rest period and subsequently be removed in macropore flow.