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ROSTER. A list of persons who are in their turn to perform certain duties, required of them by law. Tytler, on Courts Mart. 93.

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Another nurse described the roster system as "ridiculous" and said she was put on five, 12-hour night shifts in eight days.
Voices.com, who will be travelling with Race Roster's team, has a workforce made up of over seventy Londoners and is Internet's most popular website to find professional voice-over talent.
When Cedar Manor introduced the roster change, a number of NZNO's members resigned or shifted to a facility where full-time work was available.
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An Associated Press analysis of career lengths found that, since 2005, the average amount of playing experience on an NFL roster has shrunk from 4.6 to 4.3 years.
Since making their main roster debuts as a tag team earlier this year, Black and Ricochet had been appearing on both Mondays and Tuesdays.
Mr Chapple-Gill added: "Nobody expects any airport to run on the same roster throughout the year because they have to match the peaks, We know there will be changes.
Lucia Realty also bolstered its roster with the recruitment of Jhoanna Maraguinot, Jeanette Villareal, Carly Hernandez and Roselle Baliton.
Either Calvin Abueva or Carl Bryan Cruz, meanwhile, will join the KaTropa core in the Philippine roster.
While addressing the opening session of the ceremony Brigadier Mukhtar Ahmed Member Operation NDMA has said that launching of first ever National Roster on SERT was an important breakthrough towards realization of our cherished national goal to build a disaster resilient Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD -- National Humanitarian Network (NHN) and ActionAid Pakistan have joined hands under Transforming Surge Capacity Project to provide human resource for emergency response by developing a national roster.
ISLAMABAD:National Humanitarian Network (NHN) and ActionAid Pakistan have joined hands under Transforming Surge Capacity Project to provide human resource for emergency response by developing a national roster.