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More importantly, it speaks directly to what the remedial action of the Public Protector can entail and what is excluded from this.
The use of trust protectors has attracted much attention over the past few years' but as with many planning tools' each client's circumstances must be considered.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to effectively address a common household problem, the Toe Protectors, has been developed by Wilma Powell of East St.
The winning design will be made into a 20th birthday cake for PDSA's children's club, Pet Protectors.
Belkin on Friday announced it has launched a new Screen Guard collection of screen protectors which are designed to protect a range of smartphones and tablets.
Type Commander Kit (TYKIT) provides initial issue and are to be stored when not in use in the same manner as previous hatch protectors.
ON THE day wearing of body protectors became compulsory for all stable employees riding out from racing yards, trainer Charlie Mann hit out at the "namby pamby" attitude of the Horseracing Regulatory Authority for introducing the rule.
This has led to a variety of inappropriate de-rating methods for hearing protectors, and confusion in knowing how to accurately estimate a hearing protector's attenuation.
The most common--often the only--power of trust protectors is the ability to replace a trustee who is unresponsive to the needs of the beneficiaries or who is not performing to the standard required by the trust's investment policy statement (IPS).
If your mission is to teach children how to reduce, reuse, and recycle waste and create the next generation of Planet Protectors, perhaps leading a Planet Protectors Club is part of your future challenges.
Hard hip protectors that shunt the energy of an impact toward surrounding tissues guard against hip fracture better than soft, energy-absorbing protectors do, reported Dr.
Hard hip protectors that shunt the energy of an impact to surrounding tissues guard against hip fracture better than soft, energy-absorbing protectors, reported Dr.