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A company that has a just clause policy “has to show that the discipline that was meted out to a particular worker was proportionate to the alleged thing that they did wrong,” DeCarava said.
CONTROVERSY AROUND NEWSROOMS’ SOCIAL MEDIA POLICIES EMBOLDENING THE CALL FOR UNIONIZED MEDIA WORKPLACESSARA GUAGLIONEJUNE 7, 2021DIGIDAY
The stories are ideal for short trips, and the collection will appeal to listeners from nonage to senectitude, as long as they enjoy justice meted out with merry malice.
THE BEST AUDIOBOOKS FOR YOUR SUMMER DRIVE, SORTED BY LENGTH — AND WHO’S IN THE CARKATHERINE A. POWERSMAY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Arlington’s county manager does not want a civilian group to have the power to launch investigations of police conduct and mete out discipline.
COUNTY MANAGER IN ARLINGTON PUSHES WEAKER POLICE REVIEW BOARDRACHEL WEINERMAY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That includes 11 countries in which death is the punishment meted out for those convicted of homosexuality and other “crimes” of sexual and gender non-conformity.
LGBTQ TRAVELERS TO THE RESCUE!ED SALVATOMAY 12, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Indeed, Uncle Frank must endeavor to keep in mind, that with what measure we mete it shall be measured to us again.
MIKE MARBLEUNCLE FRANK
For with what judgment you judge, you shall be judged: and with what measure you mete, it shall be measured to you again.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
Nothing would be more unworthy of this nation, than with a mean and mechanical rule, to mete out the splendour of the Crown.
THOUGHTS ON THE PRESENT DISCONTENTSEDMUND BURKE
Nan ancre seruant ne ahte bi rihte to easkin iset hure bute mete hure ha mei flutte bi; ant godes milce.
SELECTIONS FROM EARLY MIDDLE ENGLISH, 1130-1250VARIOUS
Petruchio, in "The Taming of the Shrew," calls the tailor's measuring-yard his mete-yard.
A SELECT COLLECTION OF OLD ENGLISH PLAYS, VOLUME 10 (OF 15)VARIOUS
Nothing would be more unworthy of this nation, than with a mean and mechanical rule, to mete out the splendor of the crown.
THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDMUND BURKE, VOL. I. (OF 12)EDMUND BURKE

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