deceitful practice

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Unite assistant general secretary Gail Cartmail added: "There remain employers in construction and other industries who continue to believe it is somehow acceptable to engage in the disgusting and deceitful practice of blacklisting, to ruin people's lives.
Another rising concern in the industry is the rise in the number of deceitful practice of synthetic diamond mixing," she pointed out.
By contrast, some yak producers are in fact crossing their yaks with domestic cattle breeds and very few are labeling these crosses as "dzo" or "yattle;" they simply call them "yak." This is a deceitful practice that many real yak breeders, like ourselves, have railed against for years.
The state has been deviating from this law for nearly a decade and engaging in the deceitful practice of using the assessment money to fund other state agency programs" (emphasis added) NYIA president, Ellen Melchionni stated "It]he assessment increase is a financial hardship to New York domestic insurers, but what is especially galling is that he increase is being used in ways that are blatantly contrary to what the law stipulates." She added, "NYIA filed this lawsuit because the state is treating the 332 assessment as a bottomless ATM for programs that may be worthy but cannot legally be funded by this assessment.
"Naming a pizza a Beaufort pizza' when it contains only 1% Beaufort is a deceitful practice and is unacceptable," notes the organisation.
The hearing was entitled "NYS Insurance Department Sub-Allocations--Sound Budgeting Practice or Insurance Consumer Rip-off?" Assemblyman Grannis noted that since "consumers ultimately pay for the costs borne by State Insurance Department, it is only fair to determine how this increasing practice affects consumers' premiums and what, if any, benefits consumers receive from this practice." NYIA submits that Assemblyman Grannis was correct on this issue in 2004 and his reasoning is even more valid today in light of the even greater prevalence of this deceitful practice. In fact, the 2009-10 State Budget for the Insurance Department contains a total of approximately $317 million in sub-allocations out of a total approximate 332 assessment amount of $455 million.
"Rate jumping" is an auto insurance industry term for the deceitful practice of applying for auto insurance by listing a home address at a location where insurance premiums are significantly lower than where the insured actually resides.
Sadly though, until the rich and famous start putting principles before bank balances, this deceitful practice will continue, leaving women looking into the mirror, desperately wondering why they don't look like something that isn't even real.
We cannot afford to fall short on our efforts to halt the progression of these deceitful practices; especially now that the National Health Insurance Program (NHIP) needs a strong and stable fund to enforce the Universal Health Care Act, said Dr.
'We cannot afford to fall short on our efforts to halt the progression of these deceitful practices, especially now that the National Health Insurance Program [NHIP] needs a strong and stable fund to enforce the Universal Health Care Act,' PhilHealth Acting President and CEO Dr.
Knowing about the deceitful practices of certain galleries and artists' handlers since last year, Salcedo Auctions has stopped accepting direct consignments from living artists for its 'Important Philippine Art' sales.