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Convoluted residency law makes no sense

To steal from Charles Dickens, "The law is an ass." A jackass, he meant. "An idiot." In his novel "Oliver Twist," Dickens' character Mr. Bumble is referring to a law that presumes his wife always follows orders from him. Here, I'm referring to ... Los Angeles Times, 1 day ago
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Injuries, implosion muddle South picture

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. But, with apologies to Dickens, it fits. The Pac-12 weekend was a tale of one division, two teams, two cities, two quarterbacks, and it was a day of thrills and it was a day of misery. A week ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago

London's famous residents: See how Freud, Holmes, Dickens lived

Seeing the homes of eccentric and prominent figures makes for a different type of visit when you are in Britain's capital. He craved more, more and even more stuff. I think he went a bit loopy after his wife died, whispered the woman standing ... days ago
East African Standard

Business: There's no such thing as 'unlucky in love'

Today is the thirteenth and 'Great Expectations' was Charles Dickens' thirteenth novel, and so what better way to start today than with unlucky number 13, and being unlucky in love, because of great expectations? Pardon me, ladies, but many of ...
 East African Standard6 days ago Great Expectations on the Pitch  IHigh.com1 week ago

Does Holiday Time Conflict With FMLA Leave?

Gregory Read's Dickens Christmas Village. With summer behind us, there is only one thing on everyone's mind: when is the next holiday? However, from an employer's perspective, administering holiday time and holiday leave isn't quite so ...
 Corporate Counsel1 week ago

'If you cannot afford a first edition you should consider an early "stereotype" reprint': Hard Times? Not if you can collect works by Charles Dickens

Published: A pocket or two: Brian Lake says there are Dickens books for all budgets Charles Dickens is arguably the nation's greatest novelist as well as the most collectable. A signed copy of A Tale Of Two Cities was last month put up for sale ...
 This is Money1 week ago Mightiest pen of all: Signed Charles Dickens book valued at RM1.5mil weeks ago Charles Dickens novel inscribed to George Eliot up for auction  Big News Network4 weeks ago Charles Dickens inscribed book up for sale at 275K pounds  Business Standard4 weeks ago
Irish Independent

'Suspicions of Mr Whicher' review - 'Paddy Considine is the only saving grace in a plodding tale'

Jonathan Jack Whicher, the celebrated 19th century Scotland Yard policeman who Dickens christened the Prince of Detectives was a fascinating character. What would he think of the grossly fictionalised version of himself in ITV's feature-length ...
 Irish Independent1 week ago

Andrew Dickens: Middle NZ yawns as visionless politicians bicker

On the Opposition side I have some sympathy for Labour because what National has been doing is what Labour was doing before them. Photo / Mark Mitchell Well, this is turning out to be a boring election, isn't it? Friday's multi-party debate ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago

5 Deco beauty shaping up

The 80-year-old State Theatre building at the corner of Dickens and Dalton Sts in Napier is starting to glow again after years of neglect. Mike Walker of Wallace Developments, which is redeveloping the site, said two colour schemes were put ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago

London Courts Go Digital Ending Dickensian Document Legal Maze

Rebecca Taylor, a 24-year-old trainee lawyer, greets the clerk sitting behind a glass counter in London's Royal Courts of Justice. She's there to pick up legal documents, a trek she makes two or three times a day. Through the glass, a wall of ...
 BusinessWeek2 weeks ago
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