The country's biggest labor group assailed the Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) on Wednesday for its 'watered-down
' version of the security of tenure (SOT) bill that the group said caters to the whims of the business sector.
Greenpeace's Sam Chetan-Welsh said: "A watered-down
scheme would confuse customers and allow billions of bottles to pollute the environment.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Monday allayed fears of labor groups that the new executive order (EO) on contractualization to be signed by President Duterte will be a 'watered-down
version' of the draft they submitted.
educational objectives go against spirit of inclusiveness, expert says
A common way to do this is with watered-down
emulsion (known as a mist coat), as the plaster sucks up the water and becomes less absorbent.
emulsion produces a 'soft' edge on new plaster, whereas bare plaster paints often produce a 'harder' After the plasterers have finished, it's important you remember to apply a "ghost coat" of watered down paint edge that can adversely affect the finish, so it is advisable to water down the first coat, if you can cope with the mess.
These questions cropped up as the MILF reiterated its stand that it will not accept a watered-down
, diluted, or "ugly" Bangsamoro law.
We painted the walls with one coat of some watered-down
emulsion and then did two coats of matt.
New plaster is very absorbent and although there are paints and sealers designed for it, a common way to seal it is with watered-down
emulsion, as the plaster sucks up the water.
Shadow justice secretary Nick Herbert accuses the Prime Minister of using early release and watered-down
sentences to try to bring down numbers behind bars.
Our community knows puritanical marginalization too well--we should realize that acceptance of watered-down
queerness is not true equality.
Were those old Sadlier CCD books of the '70s that they studied just watered-down
sociology tracts as I suspected even then?