Man. In-Plant. Omthera shall have the right, at Omthera’s expense, to put a man-in-plant at BioVectra’s facility to support BioVectra in achieving its manufacturing goals and to resolve any issues relating to the manufacture and supply of the Product that may occur during the Term. Any such representative of Omthera will be subject to basic training on BioVectra’s quality system including safety policies and procedures and will be required to sign a waiver of liability.
Man. DIRECTOR ------------------------ Witness address: GROSSENSEER STR. 7c 22952 LUETJENNSEE GERMANY ------------------------ EXHIBIT A GENERAL RELEASE I, Paul Anthony Firrell, in consideration of and subject to the performance by GSE Lining Technology, Ltd., a corporation formed under the laws of the United Kingdom (together with its subsidiaries, the "COMPANY"), of its obligations under the Employment Agreement, dated as of May 18, 2004 (the "AGREEMENT"), do hereby release and forever discharge as of the date hereof the Company and its affiliates and all present and former directors, officers, agents, representatives, employees, successors and assigns of the Company and its affiliates and the Company's direct or indirect owners (collectively, the "RELEASED PARTIES") to the extent provided below.
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Man. The Head Clothing Man shall receive a rate not less than the highest Third Hand. APPENDIX WAGE INC. SCALE EFFECTIVE MAY Machine Back 3rd 4th 5th 6th Class Tender Tender Hand Hand Hand Hand Class May Machine Back 3rd 4th 5th 6th Tender Tender Hand Machine Back Class Tender Tender May 3rd 4th 5th 6th Hand Hand Hand Hand APPENDIX PAPER INC. WAGE SCALE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER Class Machine Back 3rd 4th 5th 6th Tender Tender Hand Hand Hand Hand Class November Machine Back 3rd 4th 5th 6th Tender Tender Hand Hand Hand Hand Machine Back Class Tender Tender November 3rd 4th 5th 6th Hand Hand Hand PAPER INC. WAGE SCALE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER Machine Back 3rd 4th 5th 6th Class Tender Tender Hand November Machine Back 3rd 4th 5th 6th Class Tender Tender Hand Hand Hand Hand Machine Back Class Tender Tender November 3rd 4th 5th 6th Hand Hand Hand WAGE RATES PAPER MACHINE ROOM When the highest paid Machine Tender's rate has been determined, thirty - five cents per hour, per machine supervised shall be added t o determine the Boss Machine Tender's rate. May Nov. Nov. Boss Machine Tender (4 machines) Boss Machine Tender (3 machines) Boss Machine Tender (1 machine) No. Machine 158 " NO. 1400' 1449' Machine Tender Back Tender Third Hand Fourth Hand Fifth Hand No. Machine 158 " Class No. 1300 ' 1349' Machine Tender Back Tender Third Hand Fourth Hand Fifth Hand No. Machine Clas s No. 1350 ' 1399 ' Machine Tender Back Tender Third Hand Fourth Hand Fifth Hand Sixth Hand May Nov. Nov. No. Machine 189 " Class No. 1450 ' 1499' Machine Tender Back Tender Third Hand Fourth Hand Fifth Hand MACHINE ROOM MISCELLANEOUS Rewinder Operator Third Hand 26) Rewinder Operator Fifth Hand 26) Head Clothing Man Paper M i l l Millwright Roll Inspector BEATER ROOM Beater Engineer
Man. It is therefore clear that the man formed (plasomenos) in the image of God was of flesh. How then is it foolish to say the flesh formed by God in his own image is despicable and worthless? (Ps. Justin, Res. 7 as cited by Griffin 115) It is this question above all that the Manichees raise with their endless chatter, and they taunt us for believing that man was made to the image and likeness of God. They look at the shape of our body and ask so infelicitously whether God has a nose and teeth and a beard and also inner organs and the other things we need… Let them know, nonetheless, that the spiritual believers in the Catholic teaching do not believe that God is limited by a bodily shape. When man is said to have been made to the image of God, these words refer to the interior man, where reason and intellect reside (de Genesi contra Manichaeos 1.17.27-28 as cited by Griffin 115; Trans. Teske). When Augustine reads Cicero‟s Hortensius, Augustine burns for wisdom that he “should love, and seek, and win, and hold, and embrace, not this or that philosophical school but Wisdom itself, whatever it might be” and the only thing that disappoints Augustine with Cicero‟s work “was that the name of Christ was not there” (Conf. III.4.8). And thus he turns towards the scriptures bearing Christ‟s name, but he is appalled at the anthropomorphic nature of God stemming from the notion that God made man in God‟s image, the simplicity of the text, and the behavior of the patriarchs (Conf. III.5.9; Brown 41-42, 50). As we can see in the quotation a little below from Conf. VII.7.12, for Augustine, to be anthropomorphic is to be as opposed to God as possible: anthropomorphism necessitates corporeality in its most base form.
Man. R. (2d) 83, a decision of Mr. Justice Wilson of the Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench. This latter case involved a Plaintiff who had very much the same pre-existing problems as did Mr. Lam. Issues 57 The overall issue is one of causation and the basic principles affirmed by the Supreme Court of Canada in Athey, (supra) apply. The sub-issues are: firstly, did the negligence of the Defendant cause or contribute to the Plaintiff's injuries? Secondly, what would the Plaintiff's "position" before the tort have been, or as Mr. Justice Major put it, what would the "Original Position" have been? In other words, before the accident, to what extent was the Plaintiff impaired, both in his ability to work and earn a livelihood, and in his ability to perform and partake in normal, everyday functioning within his home and social setting? Thirdly, what is the Plaintiff's position after the accident or his "Injured Position"? Fourthly, assuming that there is a difference between the Plaintiff's "Original" and "Injured" position and since, in this case, the Plaintiff suffered from a serious pre-existing problem, was there a measurable risk that his paraplegia would have detrimentally affected his future regardless of the Defendant's negligence? Fifthly, once again, assuming that there is a difference between the Plaintiff's "Original" and "Injured" positions, was it caused by or materially contributed to by the negligence of the Defendant? As pointed out by Mr. Justice Major at pp. 476-477, was the tort a necessary ingredient in bringing about the Plaintiff's "Injured Position"? Sixth, assuming the answers to numbers 4 and 5 are in the affirmative, then to what extent should the overall damage award be reduced, is the risk measurable or simply speculative? Seventh, was the Plaintiff's injury such that he would, on a balance of probabilities, have returned to his "Original Position" but for the happening of an event or events which occurred prior to trial but which were not caused by or more than minimally contributed to by the Defendant? I agree with Mr. Justice Binder of this Court in the Harbora, (supra) case that in appropriate circumstances if number 7 is answered in the affirmative then thereafter the Defendant bears no responsibility. I would add that in other circumstances such a finding may only go to the question of contribution from that point in time forward. Decision: Respecting the Foregoing Issues 58 Firstly, I have found that on a balance of probabilities the ...