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http://www.pastelpayroll.co.za/Pastel-Payroll-Software-Products/Pastel-Partner-5in1-Software.asp#.UwSs0oVfT1A | Take a closer look at Pastel Payroll’s 5-in-1 Payroll and HR solution. This software was specifically designed to be a secure and easy to use payroll solution. A feature of this payroll software which is discussed on page 3 and under the heading ‘Sage Pastel Payroll Intelligence Reporting’, will be an eye-opening read to those who use Microsoft Excel to share, present and analyse information.
EL REPRESENTANTE Con la presentación de la solicitud se admite a trámite el presente expediente administrativo, que se resolverá en el plazo de tres meses, a contar desde la fecha de registro de entrada en la Unidad del Fondo de Garantía Salarial competente. Aunque en todo caso se d ictará resolución expresa conforme a Derecho (Art. 42, de la Ley 30/1992, de 26 de n oviembre, B.O.E del 27), los interesados podrán entender estimadas por silencio administrativo sus solicitudes, excepto en los procedimientos iniciados de oficio, en los que el silencio administrativo tiene sentido desestimatorio (Arts. 43 .2 y 44.2 de la Ley 30/1992). Para cualquier información dirigirse al Organismo a través del correo electrónico firstname.lastname@example.org, o a través de la Unidad Periférica de Sr. Secretario General del Fondo de Garantía Salarial. Imprimir formulario NOTAS PARA CUMPLIMENTAR EL ANVERSO: CÓDIGOS (1) La indicación de datos incompletos o erróneos puede dar lugar al retraso o imposibilidad en el pago. (2) Deben coincidir con los que consten en el DNI (consígnese la letra final), NIE, pasaporte o identificador utilizado. (3) ACTIVIDAD ECONÓMICA DE LA EMPRESA (RD 475/2007, de 13 de abril, BOE 28 de abril de 2007 ) ABCDEFGHI- Agricultura, ganadería, caza, silvicultura y pesca Industrias extractivas Industrias manufactureras Suministro de energía eléctrica, gas, vapor y aire acondicionado Suministro de agua, actividades de saneamiento, gestión de residuos, y descontaminación Construcción Comercio al por mayor y al por menor, reparación de vehículos de motor y motocicletas Transporte y almacenamiento Hostelería (4) TAMAÑO DE LA EMPRESA 0 - De 0 a 24 trabajadores 3 - De 100 a 249 “ 6 - De 1.000 a 2.499 “ 1 - De 25 a 49 trabajadores 4 - De 250 a 499 “ 7 - De 2.500 a 4.999 “ JKLMNO. PQRS- Información y comunicaciones Actividades financieras y de seguros Actividades inmobiliarias Actividades profesionales científicas y técnicas Actividades administrativas y servicios auxiliares Administración Pública y defensa; seguridad social obligatoria Educación Actividades sanitarias y de servicios sociales Actividades artísticas recreativas y de entretenimiento Otros servicios 2 - De 50 a 99 trabajadores 5 - De 500 a 999 “ 8 - De 5.000 ó más “
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Welcome to the A Novel Holiday travel guidebook, Harry Potter Places Book Three— Snitch-Seeking in Southern England and Wales, the third of five guidebooks designed to help Harry Potter Fans (Potterites) visit places found in the United Kingdom of Great Britain (the UK) that are associated with the Harry Potter Universe (the Potterverse). In the Potterverse, you’ll find: ● Real-life places mentioned within J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter novels. ● Real-life locations where Harry Potter movie filming took place. ● Real-life sites that significantly influenced Harry Potter movie studio set design. The Prior Incantato section is the Harry Potter Places Travel Guidebook Introduction. As such, it contains important explanations of the symbols and terminology found within each of the five Harry Potter Places (HPP) travel guidebooks. Harry Potter Places Portkeys To assist Potterites using eBook-reading devices that don’t have a web browser—devices from which you cannot apparate—or Potterites using a printed HPP travel guidebook, we’ve created HPP Portkeys: Internet-posted PDFs containing all the Internet resource links provided in each section of every HPP book. Go to HarryPotterPlaces.com. Click on the link for Book Three, then click on the Supplementums link. There you can access the Portkeys. Harry Potter Places Ratings Icon Guide It took more than three years of research, but we managed to find sixty-eight (68) Potter Places in the UK—specifically on the island of Great Britain. However, not all of these sites are places every Potterite will enjoy. Thus, we assessed each for their reasonable importance to an average Potterite’s UK holiday, and created icons that provide an at-aglance recognition of their rating. The Great Site icon indicates a Potter Place you don’t want to miss. These are important sites mentioned in the books, or film locations readily recognized in real-life. The Might Be Fun icon identifies places some Potterites might find disinteresting, or unworthy of the inconvenience required to reach them. Each Might-Be-Fun Site’s entry explains why it received that rating. The Skip It icon is assigned to places we strongly suggest you avoid visiting, and the Site’s entry explains why. Although we provide SatNav/GPS coordinates and/ or addresses for Skip-It-rated sites, we do not provide directions for finding them, nor are Skip-It sites included in any of the suggested Harry Potter Places itineraries. Potterites divinely inspired to visit any Skip-It site should investigate the location using the information provided in its Site entry, then create their own itineraries. The Potterite Prime Directive To POLITELY Go Where Potterites Need to Go — without PERTURBING anybody — So That Other Potterites Can Continue to ENJOY GOING THERE! It is vitally important that all Potterites be as polite as possible when visiting any Potter Place. This rule is even more important when visiting a Site situated within a private Muggle neighborhood. It only takes one noisy or disrespectful fan to ruin the reception experienced by all Potterites who visit thereafter. Please be the very best Potterite Ambassador you can possibly be, everywhere you go. Terminology Used within the Harry Potter Places Travel Guidebooks Like any other author of fiction, J.K. Rowling (JKR) exercised artistic license when selecting or creating names, phrases, and terms for her Potterverse. Most often, she borrowed from Latin and Greek languages or mythologies. Occasionally, JKR’s Potterverse terminology was influenced by other languages, such as French, Irish, Italian—even Arabic. Below are links to two resources that comprehensively discus the origin of Potterverse names, phrases, and terms. http://www.harrypotterfanzone.com/word-origins/ http://www.languagerealm.com/hplang/harrypotterlanguage.php
Hall of Elders’ Crossing G. Norman Lippert Based upon the characters and worlds of J. K. Rowling James Potter and the Hall of Elders Crossing (the "Work") is Harry Potter series ("Series") fan fiction and was not created by Series author J.K. Rowling nor under her auspices. To the extent that trademarks of the Series (the "Proprietary Rights") are used in the Work, such use is incidental and not for purposes of source indication. Any such trademarks are and remain property of Ms. Rowling and her assigns. The author hereby disclaims any interest in said Proprietary Rights. The Work is © 2007 G. Norman Lippert. Table of Contents: Prologue 1: The Shadow of Legends 2: Arrival of the Alma Alerons 3: The Ghost and the Intruder 4: The Progressive Element 5: The Book of Austramaddux 6: Harry’s Midnight Meeting 7: Broken Loyalty 8: The Grotto Keep 9: The Debate Betrayal 10: Holiday At Grimmauld Place 11: The Three Relics 12: Visum-Ineptio 13: Revelation of the Robe 14: The Hall of Elders’ Crossing 15: The Muggle Spy 16: Disaster of the Merlin Staff 17: Night of the Returning 18: The Tower Assembly 19: Secrets Unveiled 20: Tale of the Traitor 21: The Gift of the Green Box Afterword Then I have an ivory chair high to sit upon, Almost like my father's chair, which is an ivory throne; There I sit uplift and upright, there I sit alone. - Christina Rossetti Prologue Mr. Grey peeked around the corner and surveyed the corridor. It stretched off into dim infinity, dotted with floating globes of silvery light. Mr. Grey had been told that the globes were swampfire, encased in a timeloop charm so they were inextinguishable. He’d never even heard of swampfire, much less a timeloop charm, but then again, Mr. Grey had never been in a place quite like the Hall of Mysteries. He shuddered. “I don’t see anybody,” he whispered to the two figures behind him. “No gates or locks, neither. Do you think maybe they’re using invisible barriers or something?” “Nar,” a gravely voice answered. “We was told exactly where the beacons were placed, wasn’t we? This section’s clean. Sentry’s all we have to worry about. If you don’ see him, then move in.”...
Note: The Harry Potter books have been conceived from their intellectual inception as a 7-book series, and challenges have normally been directed toward all the books thus far published as opposed to any single title. The obvious exception would be the challenges at the time when only the first book in the series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, had been published (1998-early 1999). Furthermore, within three years of their publishing inception, the Harry Potter books had been the target of enough challenges to place the entire series in top positions on the ALA banned book lists for the decade, incredibly. The information below outlines some of these challenges. Boston, MA (2007): The pastor of a Catholic school declared that the Harry Potter books contained themes of witchcraft and sorcery that were inappropriate for a Catholic school and that it was “his job to protect the weak and the strong.” Gwinnett County, GA (2005-2007); AKA The Mother Who Will Not Give Up: Challenged in Gwinnett County, Georgia (suburban Atlanta) by a parent who claimed that the novels were an “evil” attempt to “indoctrinate children in pagan religion” and should therefore be taken off the shelves of all Gwinnett County public schools. Parent Laura Mallory claimed the books were full of “evil themes, witchcraft, demonic activity, murder, evil blood sacrifice, [and] spells.” She also admitted that she had not read the books series because “they’re really very long and I have four kids,” but she argued that “I don’t agree with what’s in them. I don’t have to read an entire pornographic magazine to know it’s obscene.” Mallory told the school board that she wanted “to protect children from evil, not fill their minds with it. The ‘Harry Potter’ books teach children and adults that witchcraft is OK for children.” On her original complaint form, Mallory suggested that the Harry Potter books be replaced by C. S. Lewis’s “Chronicles of Narnia” or Tim LaHaye’s “Left Behind: The Kids” series. After the county school board voted her request down, Mallory appealed to the Georgia state Board of Education, which voted on December 14th to uphold the decision of the Gwinnett County school board. After Mallory took her case to a state court and was voted down by a Georgia judge, she threatened to take the case to federal court. “I maybe need a whole new case from the ground up,” said Mallory. Mallory’s website is at http://hisvoicetoday.org/index.htm Fort Hancock, TX (2004): Challenged in Fort Hancock, TX school curriculum, for the “mysticism” and “paganism” in book. An alternate book was allowed for ...
No related crashes or injuries have been reported TORRANCE, Calif. – Nov. 1, 2013 – Honda will voluntarily recall approximately 344,000 Odyssey vehicles from the 2007-2008 model years in the United States to remedy an error in the Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) system software, free of charge. Due to a combination of VSA system components and software that is unique to 20072008 model year Odyssey vehicles, it is possible for the VSA system to apply the vehicle’s brakes unexpectedly under certain conditions. Each time a vehicle starts moving after an engine restart, the VSA system calibrates the yaw rate sensor. If the vehicle is driven in a specific manner, the VSA system will not properly complete that calibration and hydraulic pressure in the braking system can build. If this occurs without interruption, the pressure may be released into the brake circuit, causing heavy and unexpected braking without the driver pressing on the brake pedal and without illumination of the brake lamps, increasing the risk of a crash. Honda is not aware of any related crashes or injuries related to this issue. An updated yaw sensor will be installed in affected Odyssey vehicles to remedy the error in the VSA software. However, the yaw sensor will not be available until spring of 2014. As a result, owners of affected Odysseys will receive an initial notification by mail informing them of the recall and the steps they can take at vehicle startup to help ensure proper VSA system calibration. When the updated yaw sensors are available in Honda ● 1919 Torrance Blvd. ● Torrance, California 90501-2746 ● Phone (310) 783-3170 ● Fax (310) 783-3622 Media Web Site: www.hondanews.com Consumer Web Site: www.honda.com spring of 2014, vehicle owners will receive second mailed notification instructing them to take their vehicles to a Honda dealer for the free repair. During the interim period, concerned owners of 2007-2008 Odyssey vehicles may view instructions detailing methods to ensure proper VSA system calibration by visiting www.recalls.honda.com. Additionally, in early December, owners of these vehicles will be able to determine if their vehicle is included in the recall by visiting that website or by calling (800) 999-1009, and selecting option 4.