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Three former janitorial workers filed action against Target and NABM for false imprisonment, stating that they "were frequently locked in the business premises without exit keys and without a non-alarm exit available and against their will.
Director of small and medium business, EDF Energy, Richard Hughes, said, Customers who do not contact us before their contract end will be moved onto our Easy Fix tariff, which will freeze their prices for a year but comes without exit fees.
Without exit strategies, many of the firms that remained in the game were stuck with the investments they held, and thus no ability to raise more funds.
Chris, who has worked for a Libyan oil company and lived in the country for 20 years with his wife Urawan and two children, managed to get his family out without exit visas thanks to help from the Foreign Office.
Macedonia's candidate status is not achieved to be placed in a waiting room without exit.
According to an initial report it was a shot from a firearm with a frontal entry point without exit.
Cardinal Murphy-O'Connor continued, 'Ecumenicalism is like a road without exit.
Her environments, seemingly without exit, reveal the impasse of a blocked reality, where one enters and sinks into oneself, as in the corridor she constructed at the 2003 Venice Biennale or in her labyrinthine sequence of rooms at Manifesta in 2002.
It's like being on a superhighway without exit ramps: The speed is there but the firm soon runs out of fuel.
The installation terminates in a partially eroded cul-de-sac housing Libeskind's Felix Nussbaum Museum - the so-called Museum without Exit (AR February 1996) - now under construction in Osnabruck, Germany.
Without exit interviews, the supervisor will have no concept of the program's effectiveness.
The big problem is that companies get locked into big projects without exit strategies," says Dugan.