Their groping efforts to better their condition received strong stimulus also from the ravages of the terrible Black Death, a pestilence which, sweeping off at its first visitation, in 1348, at least half the population, and on two later recurrences only smaller proportions, led to a scarcity of laborers and added strength to their demand for commutation of personal services
by money-payments and for higher wages.
Where, for the first time in many revolving years, the overwhelming pressure of pecuniary liabilities was not proclaimed, from day to day, by importune voices declining to vacate the passage; where there was no knocker on the door for any creditor to appeal to; where personal service
of process was not required, and detainees were merely lodged at the gate
Natural timidity, and that retiring and perhaps peculiar lassitude, which forms the very groundwork of female fascination, in the tropical provinces of Spain, held her in their seemingly indissoluble bonds; and it is more than probable, that had not an accident occurred, in which Middleton was of some personal service
to her father, so long a time would have elapsed before they met, that another direction might have been given to the wishes of one, who was just of an age to be alive to all the power of youth and beauty.
But personal service
, by clerk or agent, in these cases, you know, Mr.
448-IT(e) (4)(i), setting forth a "function test" for determining whether a corporation's services are qualified personal services
, states that engineering includes surveying and mapping.
The IRS has issued proposed regulations that would clarify the determination of the source of compensation for a person, including an artist or athlete, who is compensated for labor or personal services
performed at a specific event or events.
The rule provides authority for DoD to enter into personal services
contracts for health care at locations outside of medical treatment facilities, and for urgent or unique services that are to be performed outside the United States or that directly support the mission of a DoD intelligence or counter-intelligence organization or the special operations command.
25136(d)(2)(C) addresses gross receipts from the performance of personal services
and provides that the time each employee spends in each state will constitute a separate income-producing activity for purposes of the sales factor.
Friar's, "Performance-Based Service Acquisition (PBSA), A-76 and Personal Services
," discusses the issue of personal services
in a performance-based arena.
Property owners seeking credit-worthy tenants Hornig will also be leveraging his information resource background to use the Interact to expedite traditionally "paper-intensive tasks" to devote more time to providing a full range of personal services
A corporation; the principal activity of which is the performance of personal services
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