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Treating children from different marriages unequally is often necessary and fair to care for the younger children; but it can be complicated by emotions.
We have around 300,000 registered enterprises, of which 250,000 pay 42% of taxes, everything is distributed unequally.
However, income generated from parking charges has gone far beyond that and is now another form of taxation on residents, but one that is unequally distributed.
Taking part in the debate, Sifatullah Haqmal, a senator from central Logar province, said various provinces had been treated unequally in the draft.
The scientists found that the liquid manure in rain runoff was being unequally distributed to the hayfield-So, they made adjustments to flow tubes, resulting in a more uniform runoff and a more effective treatment area.
However, demand growth in terms of total rooms occupied and new hotel supply were unequally spread between all six segments tracked.
CMI director of policy and research Petra Wilton said: "While CMI is delighted that junior female executives have caught up with males at the same level, this year's salary survey demonstrates, yet again, that businesses are contributing to the persistent gender pay gap and alienating top female employees by continuing to pay men and women unequally.
Articles that relate to children and their families, children's health, children on the move, children treated unequally due to gender, and more are illustrated and presented, with specific examples form around the globe.
I have no idea what century his Manual for the Greedily and Unequally Married was written in, but he needs some plain speaking.
Violence against women is the outcome of unequally distributed social, economic and political power, structured in socio-cultural relations and reinforced through assumptions and actions that contribute to sexism and patriarchy.
d Women and men are treated unequally in the workplace.
Outdoor contends that the exclusion of its proposal from the competitive range was unreasonable, and contends that it was treated unequally in the competitive range decision.