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2014-01-07 23:03:23

When an employer discovers theft by an employee, it’s important to handle the situation appropriately, to avoid legal problems. The team at SecuritySystemReviews.com put together a list of tips to help employers facing this issue. Richmond, Virginia (PRWEB) January 07, 2014 Nearly every business owner knows having security systems in place is the best way to avoid not only external theft, but also internal theft—namely, from employees. While this certainly holds true, if an employer...

2013-01-17 23:03:46

New resource ArchiveFee.com provides background checks and other public records services for those involved in civil lawsuits. New York, NY (PRWEB) January 17, 2013 Why is it important to conduct a background check on every new employee or business partner for civil suits? Knowledge of the kind of civil suits a future employee or business partner is involved in could prove indispensable for several reasons. For starters, this knowledge will provide a body of evidence on the character of the...

2009-07-05 22:13:01

Hundreds of spectators watched as a cricket umpire died after he was hit on the head by a ball thrown by a fielder, Welsh cricket officials said. Alcwyn Jenkins, 72, was collapsed after he was struck. Players from both teams tried to resuscitate him before he was taken by air ambulance to a nearby hospital, where The Daily Mail reports he never regained consciousness. The fielder, playing in an amateur league game for Llangennech in Swansea, was not named. Officials assured him he should not...

2006-03-04 12:48:21

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - After all the security concerns surrounding President George W. Bush's visit to Pakistan on Saturday, he was first hit by a bouncer then fooled by a googly. But there was no call for worry, it all happened when Bush tried his hand at cricket -- a hugely popular sport in parts of the old British Empire, and nowhere more so than in South Asia. Bush, an avid baseball fan, batted and bowled several times on a practice cricket pitch set up in the grounds of the U.S....

2006-03-04 09:20:00

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush, an avid baseball fan, on Saturday tried his hand at a sport hugely popular in parts of the old British empire -- cricket -- and was pronounced "not bad" for a first-timer. Bush bowled and batted several times on a practice cricket pitch set up on the grounds of the U.S. embassy in the capital of cricket-mad Pakistan, as students from the Islamabad College for Boys and the private school Schola Nova, who included girls, looked on and...

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  • A beast of burden; also, a beast in general.
'Jument' ultimately comes from the Latin 'jugum,' yoke.