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  • a check that is dishonored on presentation because of insufficient funds; "issuing a bad check is a form of larceny"
  • Non-sufficient funds (NSF) is a term used in the banking industry to indicate that a demand for payment (a check) cannot be honored because insufficient funds are available in the account on which the instrument was drawn.
  • a check that is fraudulently written against an account containing insufficient funds and dated so as to allow the perpetrator to take advantage of the time lag required for clearing
    lawyer
  • A lawyer, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is "a person learned in the law; as an attorney, counsel or solicitor; a person licensed to practice law.
  • A person who practices or studies law; an attorney or a counselor
  • a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
  • The burbot (Lota lota), from old french barbot, is the only freshwater gadiform (cod-like) fish. It is also known as mariah, the lawyer, and (misleadingly) eelpout, and closely related to the common ling and the cusk. It is the only member of the genus Lota.
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Good Spells for Bad Days: Broken Hearts, Bounced Checks, and Bitchy Co-Workers - Simple Magick to Fix Any Misfortune
Good Spells for Bad Days: Broken Hearts, Bounced Checks, and Bitchy Co-Workers - Simple Magick to Fix Any Misfortune
When the going gets tough, the tough cast spells. In this spell book, you will learn how to cast your way out of any sticky situation. A little magick can go a long way:
Got dumped? Mix a batch of ?Broken Heart Balm?
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Worried a coworker might sabotage your job? Try a ?Bind for a Backstabber?
Wondering if you?re going to get laid off? Brew a ?Protect Your Job Potion?
Want to ward off negative energy? Make an ?Evil Eye Amulet?
With simple spells, charms, and potions for every occasion, beginner and experienced spellcasters alike can put bad days behind them?one spell at a time!

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Emelia
Emelia
En Mexico, yo vivia en un pueblo pequeno donde no habia trabajo. Mis padres no tenian el dinero para mandarme a la escuela entonces cuando una mujer me ofrecio traerme a los Estados Unidos para ganar 500 dolares para trabajar en su casa, yo pense que sonaba bien. Ella me consiguio una visa. Tuve que dejar a mi hijo en Mexico y eso se me hizo muy dificil. Yo no he visto a mi hijo en diez anos. Todos los dias, en todos instantes pienso en el, nosotros esperamos y planeamos estar juntos algun dia. Yo trabaje con la familia que me trajo aqui por cuatro anos. Yo me levantaba como a las 7 de la manana y empezaba a limpiar, a cuidar los ninos, a cocinar, y lavar la ropa. Yo trabajaba todos los dias hasta las 10 de la noche. Despues de tres anos, me empezaron a dar la manana en los domingos libre para yo poder ir a la iglesia. Yo ganaba $500 mensuales. Si se hace el calculo, creo que sale a $1.50 la hora. En la iglesia, conoci a otras nineras y me entere que aqui las nineras estan supuestas ganar algo como $350 a la semana, y que otras nineras recibian tiempo de descanso durante el dia y vacaciones por lo menos una vez al ano. Yo estaba muy sorprendida. Hable con la senora de la casa y le pregunte si podia ganar mas dinero, pero ella me dijo que ella no me iba a aumentar el salario, y en ese instante termino mi empleo en esa casa. Encontre otro trabajo y despues de un tiempo encontre a mi esposo tambien. Nos casamos. Decidi que no queria vivir donde trabajaba porque queria dormir en mi casa con mi esposo. Por medio de algunos amigos consegui un trabajito el dia de Nochebuena. Yo pense que eso era una buena senal. Trabaje el dia de navidad entero y gane $40 la hora. En ese dia gane casi la misma cantidad que ganaba en casi la mitad del mes en mi primer empleo, entonces cuando me pidieron que les limpiara, cocinara, y cuidara los ninos tres dias a la semana por $75 diarios, yo acepte. Por tres anos, trabaje con esa familia. Los primeros dos anos, me pagaban regularmente, despues la senora dejo de pagarme. Ella me prometia que me iba a pagar y por eso yo continuaba trabajando. Algunas veces me daba cheques, pero eran malos. Trabaje casi un ano entero sin pago, hasta que me llego a deber $7,000. Yo pense que tenia que seguir trabajando porque si no perderia el derecho sobre el dinero que ella me debia. Finalmente, un dia la senora por fin me dijo que me iba a pagar y me cito a la casa pero cuando llegue me entere que la familia se habia mudado. Fuimos referidos a un abogado, quien gratuitamente nos ayudo a conseguir $5,000 por los cheques malos que la senora me habia entregado. Por primera vez en mi vida, yo me di cuenta que hay cosas que se pueden hacer contra la injusticia. Decidi ir a la corte para reclamar los otros $2,000 que me debia. Yo tenia miedo. La senora me insulto cuando me vio en la corte, pero acepto pagarme. Estoy orgullosa de haber peleado por mis derechos. In Mexico, I lived in a small town, where there were no jobs. My family did not have the money to send me to school so when a lady said I could go with her to the United States and make $500 a month to work in her home, I thought it sounded good. She got a visa for me. I had to leave my son behind in Mexico, and that was hard. I have not seen my son for ten years. Every day, every single day, I think of him, and we hope and plan to be together. I worked for the family that brought me here for four years. I got up around 7 and started cleaning, taking care of the children, cooking, doing laundry. I worked every day till about 10 p.m. After three years, I started getting Sunday mornings off so I could go to church. I earned $500 per month. If you add that up, I think it comes out to about $1.50 an hour. At church, I met other nannies and found out that here nannies were supposed to make $350 a week, and the other nannies got breaks during the day and vacations once a year at least. I was very surprised. I talked with the lady of the house and asked if I could earn more money, but she told me she would not raise my salary and then that job in that house was ended. I found other work and, after a time, I found my husband, too. We got married. I decided I did not want a job as a live-in domestic worker because I wanted to sleep at home with my husband. Through friends, I got referred for a job on Christmas Eve. I thought that was a good sign. I worked the entire Christmas Day and earned $40 an hour. I earned almost as much that day as I had earned in half a month in my first job, so when they asked if I would clean, cook, and take care of the children three days a week for $75 a day, I said yes. For three years, I worked with that family. For two years, I got paid regularly, and then the lady stopped paying me. She kept promising to pay me, and I kept working. She would give me checks sometimes, but they were bad. I worked for a whole year without being paid, till she owed me almost $7,000. I thought I had to keep working or els
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TORTUREBy knews - Teen experiencing hell in custody - genital area soaked with methylated spirits then set alight by police In what may be one of the worst cases of police brutality, ranks from the Leonora Police Station have been accused of setting a 14-year-old boy’s genitals alight while questioning him about the murder of former Region Three Vice Chairman, Ramnauth Bisram.Lawyers and human rights body call for sanctions Caller threatening to kill Guyana's President Greene chased Khan from Guyana British India - Gool-Mohamed-Khan Genital area soaked with methylated spirits then set () alight by police Kaieteur News confirmed the report yesterday after obtaining graphic photographs of the severely burnt lad. The teen has been in custody since Tuesday and his parents, Doodnauth Jaikarran and Shirley Thomas, allege that ranks had them going from one police station to the next without disclosing his whereabouts. 8 homeless - fire Unsafe bridge The parents said that they eventually confirmed yesterday that he is being kept at the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station. However, the ranks did not allow them to see him. One man was charged yesterday for Bisram’s murder, and his attorneys are also alleging that he was badly beaten . It is unclear whether the teen is still being considered a suspect or whether he has received any medical treatment for what appeared to be severe burns to his genitals, midriff and upper thighs. The lad’s parents, who reside at Canal Number Two Polder, said that they are too poor to retain the services of an attorney, but Kaieteur News confirmed late yesterday that a prominent attorney has offered to represent the teen and his parents. Sources said that the torture occurred at the Leonora Police Station and claimed that a police sergeant, whom they named, assisted in brutalising the young man. Doodnauth Jaikarran, the teen’s stepfather said that he was in his bedroom at around 21:00 hrs on Tuesday when he heard someone calling for ‘Buck Boy’, which is his stepson’s nickname. Jaikarran said that he went outside and saw his stepson kneeling on the floor, with some policemen standing over him. He said that the ranks informed him that the teen was a suspect in the murder of Ramnauth Bisram. They then informed Bisram and his reputed wife that their son was being taken to the La Grange Police Station. Jaikarran said that they went the following day to La Grange Police Station and confirmed that their son was being detained there after he answered from the lockups when they shouted out his name. But Jaikarran claimed that when his wife returned on Thursday she was told that her son had been transferred to the Leonora Police Station, and that was when their trek from station to station began. Sunday, November 01, 2009 According to Jaikarran, the Leonora police ranks advised her to check at the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station, where the ranks informed Jaikarran’s reputed wife that her son was not there, either. He was also not at the Den Amstel Police Station. “They send me to all the stations; from Wales to Leonora from Leonora to Wales and up to now I can’t see me son,” Ms. Thomas said. Mr. Jaikarran said that he decided to try to locate his missing stepson. On Thursday, he took meals for the lad to the La Grange Police Station, where the boy was originally detained. A female rank told Jaikarran that his stepson had been transferred to the Vreed-en-Hoop Station. “At Vreed-en-Hoop, a fat man say go to La Grange. I go back to La Grange and say ‘what yuh all got me on?’ Mr. Jaikarran said that he began to fear that his stepson had died in police custody. Yesterday, he widened his search to the Brickdam Police Station, but his frustration mounted when a police officer suggested that he check at the Leonora Police Station. He went back there, and was told by a senior police officer to check with the Vreed-en-Hoop Police. There, a rank finally confirmed that the lad was in custody there. “They say ‘you can’t talk to him or see him’. However, Mr. Jaikarran said that he heard his stepson answer from the lockups when a police rank called his name. Yesterday, an angry Jaikarran vowed to resort to the courts for justice. He said that the teen had done some carpentry work at Mr. Bisram’s house some time ago when the building was being constructed. Kaieteur News understands that at least three other young men from Canal Number Two are still in custody. One of them is a 17-year-old whose father, Hydar Ali, claimed that arresting ranks slapped the lad and two friends before taking them into custody on Wednesday. Mr. Ali also alleged that one of the policemen kicked him while he was lying in his hammock. Meanwhile, the slain man’s father-in law and brother-in-law were released from custody yesterday. The brother-in-law, Gobin Ramustapha, who is about 50, was detained at the Wales Police Station. They were detained on Monday and a female relative alleged on Thursday the police refused to tell her where

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