Religion Sample Clauses

Religion. Any unit member who is a member of a religious body whose traditional tenets or teachings include objections to joining or financially supporting employee organizations shall not be required to join or financially support VTA/CTA/NEA as a condition of employment. Such unit member shall pay a sum equal to the VTA/CTA/NEA yearly dues, to the VTA Scholarship Fund, United Way or the American Red Cross. Payment may be made by payroll deduction or may be made in full not later than thirty (30) duty days after date of hire.
Religion. 4.2.7 Marital status 4.2.8 Family status 4.2.9 Physical or mental disability 4.2.10 Sex 4.2.11 Gender 4.2.12 Sexual orientation 4.2.13 Gender identification 4.2.14 Age
Religion. A.A. - Speech
Religion. The Provider shall not engage in any religious programming, including, but not limited to, the leading of prayers or other religious rituals, in carrying out its duties as set forth in this Agreement. The display of religious symbols which are incidental to the Site are permitted, provided; that such symbols are not used as part of programming provided under this Agreement. District reserves the right to require Provider to cover any religious symbol. District decisions concerning this paragraph shall be final.
Religion. Despite the fact that Sanskrit is the language of Hinduism and Arabic the language of Islam, Sanskritic and Perso-Arabic Indian languages were not always polarized on religious terms. Religious diffusion occurred frequently between the two cultures before the polarization of the Hindi-Urdu debate; for instance, both Hindus and Muslims venerated religious figures, especially saints, of both religions (King 1994, 177). Even after the official differentiation of the two varieties, a program of dual education in both languages delayed the onset of widespread association of Urdu with Islam for some time (Shackle and Xxxxx 1990, 11). The legend of Urdu’s beginnings in Mughal military camps irrevocably associated the language with both Muslims and military aggression in the eyes of many Hindus (Rahman 2011, 42). However, Xxxxxx suggests that the only reason Persian acquired its association with Indian Muslim identity was through its patronage by the dominant elite, many of whom happened to be Muslim (112). The public connection of Urdu with Islam only picked up speed and import in the 18th century with the deliberate Islamization and Persianization of Urdu (80). Before then, Urdu was known as the language of love and sexuality, and was a medium for education in Christian and Hindu schools as well (134). Although passionate debaters on either side of the Hindi-Urdu divide would trace religious connotations back to the Ghaznavid Empire (if not technically farther, to the beginnings of Hinduism in Sanskrit), it was not until the early 19th century that people began to refer to Urdu as the language of Muslims, as Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxx did in his 1808 book Darya-e-Latafat (Xxxxxx 1996, 60). By this time, the Islamization of Urdu was so widely accepted that even Hindu writers were forced to conform to the conventions of Islamic prose and poetry in order to have a market for their work (Xxxxxx 2011, 106). Although Urdu was only spoken by wealthy, educated males in the early 19th century-- and therefore, as Xxxxxx notes, was a mere sociolect-- its popularity and acceptance grew throughout the next 100 years, to the point where even women of the educated classes were expected to be literate (Xxxxxx 1996, 60; Xxxxxx 2011, 246). The British played a significant role in spreading the idea of two different Hindustanis, one Hindu and one Muslim (Xxxxxx 2011, 76). In regions with a relatively large Muslim population, British government policies reflected their desire to xxxxx the fa...
Religion. We are a Christian Daycare. We teach Christian principles and concepts. We celebrate Christmas as Xxxxx Birthday, Easter as Xxxxxx’x Resurrection, do unto others as you would have them do to you, we pray before our meals, and we read Bible stories. We respect the rights of each individual and their Religion. **OUR DAYCARE LEARNING CENTER IS OPEN TO ALL CHILDREN REGARDLESS OF RACE, CREED, COLOR, NATIONALL ORIGIN, RELIGION, PHYSICAL, MENTAL OR SENSORY DISABILITY, SEXUAL ORIENTATION OR GENDER IDENTITY.** Provider Responsibilities:  To provide a licensed daycare facility that meets the requirements of the Washington state laws.  To provide a home-like atmosphere that supports the physical, social and emotional needs of the children in our care.  To provide nutritious meals and snacks.  To provide daily, as required by law, naps and/or quiet rest periods, for children 5 years of age and under.  To furnish toys, games, books, etc. that stimulate the growth and development of the children in our care.  To partake in classes, workshops, conferences, etc., in order to further our knowledge in any area of child care.  To provide a loving “HOME” environment for the children in our care, so that they will be happy, healthy children.  To return a copy of the signed contract to you for your records after the trial period. In order to protect ourselves, THE PROVIDER, in the event that any child comes in to our care which we feel may have been battered, beaten, or otherwise neglected or abused, we are REQUIRED by Washington State law to immediately report such a suspicion to Child Protection Services (CPS).
Religion. Whilst Kearsney welcomes boys of all faiths, only the Christian faith will be practised at the College, and attendance at Chapel services and Religious Education classes is compulsory for all boys. Written requests to the Headmaster for boys to attend other religious activities that require time off from school will be favourably considered.