Archive for August, 2015

United Kingdom

August 30th, 2015

Most jobs on farms in the United Kingdom involves picking strawberries or berries in general, raspberries and blackberries, possibly others that are not lucky enough to have the opportunity to choose. Picking strawberries is very demanding and hard work and if this be your first summer job, you have a lot of patience and clear mind. You may be collected in the tunnels, which has an advantage of being able to stand on the other hand, the tunnels are hot as expected, and you will have to bear for you to choose. The tunnels are usually collected at dawn, and this is done quickly so you do not have to withstand the heat of midday or afternoon. After completing the tunnels, collectors ususally go to the fields. That is probably the most common seasonal work on farms in England. It also includes all associated work types, such as pruning, laying mulch around plants, planting. Most of the work is piecework and paid for each box you choose.

A case is made of punnets. Baskets have different colors and can usually be first class or second class strawberries. Obviously, the first-class cutters are those that have a pleasant and free of white, red uniform. Second class are the rest, except the green, you need to leave the plants to collect later. When picking in the fields, the job is to move a rack in front of you or behind you, depending on your technique, containing the boxes.

Once you fill the boxes will have to take them to their supervisor for checking. You probably get your punch card for what you have chosen. It’s in your best interest to not put in the strawberry punnets any green, Leaf, straw, etc. Supervisors find and lose all your cash. Not worth it. You will have a bad day and lose concentration, so that what is most important with this type of summer job. Good luck and do not worry, eat some of the strawberries, as they all will be collected over time.

Bolivia International

August 19th, 2015

The former are called individual rights that emerged most strongly from the French Revolution, yet they are inherent to man and man is born with what his life is forever. The second arose in the era of industrial revolution in England and are called social and economic rights. And third of recent data are known as collective rights of peoples. (2)) exists in the international arena endless declarations and UN resolutions which call for some even these rights have become the doctrine of ius cogens status under international law is mandatory, urgent and non-derogable. Then the various constitutions necessarily have introduced these fundamental rights, and if it is true that some are not mentioned specifically, for example a the right to self-determination of pueblosa as third generation rights, the just cogent character that gives the international doctrine makes them introduced in itself without the need for an international treaty to which the rule of law need to be bound. The example of Peru and Bolivia for example is given in section 3A and 35 respectively which states: a

The list of rights restored in this chapter does not exclude others that the constitution guarantees or other similar nature that are founded on dignity of man, or to the principles of popular sovereignty, the democratic rule of law and the republican form of gobiernoa … a Las declarations, rights and guarantees that proclaims this Constitution shall not be construed as a denial of other rights and guarantees are not statements that emanate from the sovereignty of the people and the republic form gobiernoa a The analysis and reading of the two constitutional provisions can be interpreted as glossed in the field of human rights, rule of law in the above constitutions need not be bound by any treaty, by itself all human rights recognized by international law and even more those of jus cogens character DOMESTIC LAW ARE PART OF EACH STATE IS REGARDLESS SEa’ALADOS ENA are explicitly constitutional texts. ..

England

August 19th, 2015

You have to know how to write for writing's a great question. I've been doing the all too often lately. I suppose I should be an axiom. But not all cases are equal. I do not write. I never learn. But for a time when the ideas flow from my mind and strife, the words flow almost without my being aware of them and my hands fly over the keyboard. I have an urgent need to communicate.

Never before had felt. I was always a "big ear" as I told my friends and especially my colleagues. He always had time to listen to who come to me to talk about their personal affairs. Always, too, trying to find the right word or comfort when needed. I loved helping my poor advice they had no scientific basis, but were dictated by my heart and my experience in life and especially with the skill that was acquired by listening to each of my patients. I have very fond memories of some of my friends when they came to tell me their problems or concerns and would comforted by my words, which is sensed without effort on their faces. Listen and speak if current practices were in my life. Write never.

So I wonder if now that I have so many like it, you should not just because of not having gone to school. Unfortunately I did not because I never felt the need to do, and now I'm living in England I would be quite difficult to study writing in Castilian. I suppose I could find a course online, but not if it does not interest me in that way or if I prefer to remain myself, but with errors, not a compendium of knowledge on the subject. My personality is too formed my age (65 years) and for some pre-established rules may be accepted without further. The questioning would be almost all, but above all things, I think that instead of giving way to my ideas almost without thinking about it, the exhaustive analysis would be taking away the authenticity that has the spontaneity. So my question is not answered. Such Once someone, if she reads this can help me with your opinion. Meanwhile try to keep writing whenever ideas come to mind.

European Association

August 4th, 2015

“Coffee nation as ‘ best self-service project’ by the European Association for self-service June 21, 2010, High Wycombe coffee nation, Britain’s rapidly growing coffee company and a leading provider of self-service machines to gourmet coffee, has been awarded by the European Association for self-service with the award of best self service project” award. Awarded Europe Expo, Europe’s largest trade fair for Kiosktechnologie and self-service solutions, in Essen on behalf of EAFS self service awards 2010 at the kiosk on June 16. The European award is the latest innovation of the Britons, which must not be confused with the German provider of coffee coffee nation: coffee nation Express, a self service machine for gourmet coffee. Thanks to the sophisticated solution, it will be possible, and in busy environments, such as railway stations, swimming pools, universities, companies instead of vending machine coffee often perceived inferior taste”a high-quality Brand coffee at coffee shop level to offer with revenue expectations by over 150,000 (approx. 180,000 euros) per year, of which both partners benefit.

The proceeds be divided pro rata between the operator of the installation area and coffee nation. On the basis of the established and proven coffee nation technology, the express expanded the concept an intelligent touch-screen to the menu. Quickly, so the desired coffee can be put together with as also syrup are available in the coffee shop. Another innovation is the payment system that accepts all common account and credit cards, as well as banknotes and coins. Input the PIN is the amount easily from the bank account confiscation or charged to the credit card. “Our promise is simple: the perfect Premium coffee experience for on the go, without the coffee-shop with its plush seats and overpriced snacks,” said Scott Martin, CEO coffee nation. Currently, the contractor plans the foray into other European markets, including Germany.

The European Association for self-service awarded its awards innovative excellence in self-service projects for different industries. The applications were assessed by a panel of experienced experts from the practice in regard to effectiveness, degree of innovation, design and potential impact on the self-service market. Coffee nation is Britain’s leading provider of self-service solutions for premium coffee at coffee shop level. Founded in 1997, the company distributes its products today through nearly 900 points of sale, including renowned as welcome break, Moto and Esso, supermarkets such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Somerfield petrol stations and motorway lawn sites.