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- Name of a firm or business. Example is FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
- (Street name) Securities owned by a client but registered in the name of the brokerage firm for safekeeping and ease of transferability.
- The comic strips in newspapers
- amusing: arousing or provoking laughter; "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"; "an amusing fellow"; "a comic hat"; "a comical look of surprise"; "funny stories that made everybody laugh"; "a very funny writer"; "it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much"; "
- funny story: an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line); "she told a funny story"; "she made a funny"
- curious: beyond or deviating from the usual or expected; "a curious hybrid accent"; "her speech has a funny twang"; "they have some funny ideas about war"; "had an odd name"; "the peculiar aromatic odor of cloves"; "something definitely queer about this town"; "what a rum fellow"; "singular
- Such systems as a subject of study or as the basis of the legal profession
- legal document setting forth rules governing a particular kind of activity; "there is a law against kidnapping"
- An individual rule as part of such a system
- a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society
- The system of rules that a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and may enforce by the imposition of penalties
- the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Directory of industries, giving name of firm, location, nature of business, and number of employees,
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R&R 129 | The Undomestic Goddess
Sophie Kinsella The Undomestic Goddess First published in: 2005 This edition: Black Swan, 2006 ISBN: 9780552772747 Genre: chick lit Pages: 416 Cover illustration by Gavin Reece; design by Stephen Mulcahey I'm fine with books that aren't perky and happy. I'll read those that move me to tears. But I need some laughter and fun at times, too. I stocked up on chick lit the first weekend of April, and read one immediately. I needed it (as well as a glass of red wine). Sophie Kinsella is usually a safe bet if you want giggles and enjoyment. THE UNDOMESTIC GODDESS offers plenty of humor, as Samantha Sweeting finds herself in a rather silly situation all of the sudden. A smart - with an IQ of 158 - and driven lawyer, Sam is up for partnership at London's most prestigious law firm... but then there's The Error. The one Sam made, costing the firm 50 million pounds, most likely costing Sam her job. In a humiliated daze, Sam flees the city, taking a train to some obscure town in the Cotswolds, where she's quickly mistaken to be the applicant for a new job as housekeeper for the Geigers. Sam figures her life in London is as good as over. Why not... start somewhere fresh? So, she takes the job. There is just one catch. Sam has absolutely zero, NIL experience at housework. She can't even make toast. Needless to say, the Geigers' new housekeeper is anything but the domestic goddess they believe her to be... Yes. This one's very silly indeed, but it offered me what I needed at the time, which is several giggles. Sam is, despite some inconsistencies which I'll get to in a moment, a very sympathetic character and I enjoyed her story, generally, because of her likability. She does remind me of SHOPAHOLIC's Becky Bloomwood, but Sam's far less irritating and you know, less crazy. She has more of Becky's better qualities. The setting is lovely; I'm a fan of rural England, especially the Cotswolds: utterly charming and visually stunning. I could picture being there. Kinsella did make me feel like I was completely in the Cotswolds zone during this read. And then there's the romance, which is predictable - The gorgeous gardener? Hello Captain Obvious - but very, very cute nonetheless. There is chemistry between Sam and Nathaniel. I simply took a shine to him, because he seems to be a great guy and a fine love interest. Not too perfect, not too confident, a quiet one. I liked that he owns a pub, too. His mother Iris is a warm character I instanly adored. Even the Geigers are somewhat likeable, though they are a handful at times. I never have high standards when I read chick lit, that would be unreasonable, but several things about GODDESS bothered me. For one, Sam uses her real name while on her rural hideout from the world, but in this day and age of Google - and her Error being all that's talked about online - surely... I mean, the Geigers strike me as the Curious Kind, and they do own computers. Sam should've used a fake name to make the story a bit more believable. But either way, the story borders on ridiculous at times; Sam is supposed to have an IQ of 158 but I was convinced throughout the book that she's actually dumb as a doorknob. A lot of housework isn't so much about being a full-on domestic who's handy with everything, as it is about having common sense. It's trial and error, and usually you catch on quickly enough. But not as quickly as Sam catches on the art of cuisine. In a few weekends she can bake the perfect double-layered cake and cook her way through French cuisine. For a girl who didn't know how to boil an egg properly to become Britain's master chef over the span of a few weeks, now that's equally doubtful. A supersmart lawyer doesn't know how to make toast, thus is actually an idiot; several weeks later said idiot is the new Julia Child, thus is actually a genius. I could not suspend my disbelief in either case. But you can kind of see it coming, a book entitled THE UNDOMESTIC GODDESS - of course at the end of it all, she's a rockstar in the housekeeping department. The book is generally predictable: I knew what the deal was with Sam's Error immediately. I also noticed a bit of a black and white view of London/city versus the countryside. London career life is soul-sucking, unsocial, lifeless, pale skinned miserableness - while life in the country is pure and good... blah blah. Career women have lives too, though admittedly women like Sam who live and breathe for partnership may be taking it a step too far. But it doesn't mean that life as a domestic in the country is all contentment either. It depends on who you are and what you want out of life and what makes you happy. But I do understand that Sam needs to figure out what she wants, and what she wants isn't the career and city life anymore. She needs to see the good in the other side of things. (Sam, thankfully, does evolve and learns a lot in this story.) Finally, the ending, I won't give it away, but it is disappointing because i
Day 10 - Got Yourself in a Fix?
To get oneself in a fix is sometimes referred to as being in a "buhol-bohol" situation in Filipino. So it's funny to see a law firm aptly named as Bohol, Bohol II, Jimenez. Thanks to Andrew who pointed this out.
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