It is the tragic similarity in the way uniformed officers frequently misemploy
gun-animated force to enforce disorderly orders and how political office holders apply their 'executive' offices much like guns to pervert processes and subvert collective interests.
of cash has led to artificial increase in the cost of goods and services like houses, land, higher education, healthcare and so on.
& GENDER 63s, 644 (2013) (describing worries about the American Beth Din system, where religious arbitrators "misemploy
their authority by instituting orders of contempt to those who do not deserve to receive such a debilitating decree, thereby defaming the innocent reputations of litigants").
For example, livestock breeders misemploy
pastures destroying them, and the profit is negligible.
At present, Canada possesses an aging fleet of C-130 Hercules tactical transports and five converted Airbuses, which we often misemploy
as strategic load carriers.
Antibiotics have been frequently misemployed
for orofacial pain,3,5 however, in the sample, prescription for orofacial pain was low (11.3%).
We can no longer deny the strong demand for nurses to serve the country, yet more than 300,000 remain unemployed, and around 250,000 are underemployed or misemployed
. Most nurses in hospitals and communities are contractuals and have no security of tenure.
Even if the new jobs are created or old kept, they are in fact smoke screens: Mostly a (foreign-loans financed) state-sponsored poverty programs where armies of the underemployed and misemployed
cry out miserable wages in dead-end jobs.
Indeed, economists after Robbins misemployed
his definition to attempt to consider observable behaviour, which they have attempted to put measurements to in an effort to maintain the 'scientific' legitimacy of the discipline.
"Well," she reprimanded, irked at his intentionally misemployed
adverb, "well enough to be good." She'd correctly suspected that for Lady Tina the luster of baseball and the lure of the bigs would fade soon enough.