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UK law is that streets are 30 max, which is why our summation is that it'll be knock for knock (split the cost of the damage between both parties). That Mazda should not have entered a lane that was clearly in use, the Lambo shouldn't have been driving in excess of 30mph even if the lane was clear. A decent lawyer would be able to keep both sides being fought until their pockets are full.
Sounds like she may be trying to push you for the position even though you're officially under qualified. I've come Across this before, where my CV looks insufficient for a position, but a 20 minute chat is enough to demonstrate that I have more that the required skills. I think this is where recruiters earn their money; by putting the right person in front of the company, not just the right CV.
I take notes as slowly as possible in order to mock the institution that is a corporate meeting.
Either way, there will be several lawyers rubbing their hands together over that one. Imagine having to go knock-for-knock on a claim like that...
Wow the Lambo was going way too fast and the Mazda couldn't stay in lane. That video is going to result in months of legal battles.
Hoods seal in a massive amount of heat. Often putting a hooded sweatshirt on is often more effective than turning the heating up.
Not even kidding, I laughed out loud.
I wouldn't have any vents in a tuxedo. Don't forget that a tux shirt either has pleats or a Marcella front (looks like a golf ball). A plain dress shirt is rather falling short given that you're going custom made with the tux.
I've never noticed a difference to be fair. Don't forget they have a 6 month return policy, you can order them and if you don't like them, just return for a refund.
At my college you certainly had a coat and tie requirement.
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