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Halsey's comment suggests a linkage between economic exploitation and lynch terror and invokes the folk adage, "Naught's a naught, / Five's a figger.
She stated that the home based workers faced numerous problems including economic exploitation, security and health problems.
The Mining Industry is, thus, dependent on the exploration agencies for economic exploitation of mineral deposit.
His discussion looks how ARAMCO officials set up a system of social hierarchy similar to Jim Crow or Apartheid in the oil town of Dhahran, explores the Saudi workers' challenges to this system of hierarchy and to their economic exploitation, and parallel challenges to the international oil hierarchy represented by ARAMCO from progressive state-building forces in the Saudi government.
That the novel opens--and Bannie dies--on the eve of the Great Depression bespeaks a parallel between local and specific manifestations of racism, economic exploitation, and sexual transgressions with a large-scale national collapse.
Landing near Venice's Grand Canal in a catamaran, Bossi somberly read out a declaration that condemned the Italian state for ``colonial oppression, economic exploitation and moral violence'' and for using the north's resources for ``Mafia-like welfare for the south.
The functional management of the sports activities comprise the provision of sporting facilities and conducting related activities, compatible with the characteristics of the system, the ordinary and extraordinary maintenance of structures, facilities, equipment and outdoor spaces for the duration of the contract, against the collection of tariffs and economic exploitation / functional entire system, all as to the specifications.
The economic exploitation of these resources should lead, therefore, to win-win solutions for both the investors as well as the people of India at large," he added.
She said that they were also subject to violence, economic exploitation and lack of basic healthcare.
She says Lincoln can do without that kind of economic exploitation.
161), rejecting the myths used to justify the rape of his mother and the economic exploitation of both mother and son.
The functional management of the sports activities comprise the provision of sporting facilities and the conduct of related activities, consistent with the usability of the system, the ordinary and extraordinary maintenance of structures, facilities, equipment and outdoor spaces for the duration of the contract, in the face of levying tariffs and economic exploitation / functional whole plant, all as from the specifications.

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