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Category: Legal Law

  • Be yourself, respect yourself and do what you can

    Finding time to savor a bit of quiet as the old year ends and the new one is about to begin is a wonderful gift to give yourself. Yesterday afternoon, as the waning sunlight polished the golden winter treetops outside my window, I was doing just that. Enjoying the twilight moment, I started to clear […]

  • Types of objections

    There is nothing more stereotypically tied to the legal profession than a lawyer standing up in a courtroom and yelling “I object!” to protest something that the other side’s attorney is trying to admit to the evidence and the record. The practice is featured on most legal shows and was even featured in Elle Woods’ […]

  • How to become a pharmacist

    Many students these days are pursuing a career in pharmacy. And I can’t blame them. Some advantages of becoming a pharmacist are: 1) Starting salary can range from $75,000 to $150,000 depending on location and need 2) The working hours of a pharmacist are flexible. You can work 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., work overnight, […]

  • Finally! Help for children suffering from ADHD, ADD!

    Over the past decade, cases of Attention Hyperactivity Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD/ADD) have increased fivefold. It has been reported that 3-7% of American children suffer from the diagnosis. ADHD/ADD symptoms are characterized by poor concentration, poor concentration, impulsive behaviors, and hyperactivity. Currently, there are no specific protocols for diagnosing the conditions. They are […]

  • Important Things to Know in Real Estate Law

    Real Estate is everything related to the construction and development of land and buildings, whether commercial or residential. This seems to be a very simple concept, but there are many legal disciplines involved. The Real Estate Law governs who can use the land or buildings as property. Some terms to keep in mind in the […]

  • Nikon D3000: will it build on the success of the D60 it replaces?

    The D3000 is Nikon’s latest in a long line of entry-level D-SLRS, starting with the D50 in 2005. Since then we’ve had the 6Mp D40, 10.2Mp D40X and 10.2Mp D60 all sharing an inherently identical design. All have been successful models, and are often on the list of camera buyers looking for their first D-SLRS, […]

  • An educational technology lesson from a very, very old tradition

    In Okinawa, Japan, women have been diving for pearls for more than 2,000 years. Traditionally dressed only in a loincloth, they would dive to depths of up to 120 feet to find the oysters and mussels that produce pearls. This work was done largely by women because they could better withstand the cold of the […]

  • sweet trivia question and answer

    1. Chocolate is made from cocoa beans. But where do cocoa beans grow? A. In the trees B. Over bushes C. We come D. About roots A. In the trees TOPICS: Cocoa beans come from cocoa trees that grow in tropical regions of the world 2. During World War II, production of Hershey’s Kisses was […]

  • Totally white tallit: the difference is in the details

    The prevailing custom among many Sephardic Jews is to wear an all-white tallit, but many other Jews also choose a solid white tallit with white stripes for aesthetic reasons, whether as a Shabbat tallit, a special tallit for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and holy days. holidays. , or a wedding tallit to be worn […]

  • 6 important questions to ask yourself when writing a cover letter

    Many job seekers tend to view the cover letter as inferior to the resume, thus making one of the worst job search mistakes. Perhaps this is because some people don’t care how a gift is wrapped but what is inside the package. But you know what they say about first impressions, right? Regardless of what […]