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People may engage in some pro-social behaviour that — perhaps unconsciously — allows them to compensate for their use of a MyPillow pillow.
In 2017, it eliminated the requirement for exonerees to win a gubernatorial pardon in order to get compensated, so long as they received a writ of innocence from a state prosecutor.
The Terps outscored the Buckeyes 32-24 in the paint, which helped compensate for their poor shooting from deep.
“I attend to my duties adequately and I’m compensated the same as other chiefs,” he said.
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The 22 percent hospitality charge feels right, not just because our server has taken very good care of us, but because the pandemic has revealed inequities in the way restaurant workers are compensated.
MacKinnon was recently injured, a big absence they’ll have to adjust to in the short term, but the Avs have had the league’s fourth-best forward corps by GAR this season, so they have the depth to compensate for his loss.
WHICH OF THE NHL’S BEST TEAMS SO FAR ARE FOR REAL?NEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 5, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
According to the charging document, he allegedly told the woman that he was not being compensated to take her case.
It has said its workplaces are safe and its workers are well compensated relative to similar jobs.
Last month, Google threatened to shut down its search engine in Australia if the country’s News Media Bargaining Code, which seeks to compensate news publishers for links to their content in Google’s search results, were to become law.
The government should work with ISPs so they are fairly compensated, while also regulating them in a way that ensures affordable access for all.

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