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Finally, the constraints placed upon the employer to qualify for SLOB treatment are more objective than previous requirements under section 414(r) because the regulations contain more definitive and numerical guidelines.
In January, MyFax requested that packrats, slobs and junk collectors alike send in a photo or video submission of their unsightly workspaces.
The supermodel had flared after being compared to the greasy-skinned slob played by Kathy urke in Harry Enfield's comedy shows by her rocker boyfriend Jamie Hince, according to eports.
The trick to staying slob is the D-Diet, aka The Doughnut Diet,and it involves eating doughnuts for your breakfast/lunch combo,late lunch, tea,late tea, supper and midnight feast.
But she played a slob on telly namely Waynetta Slob on Harry Enfield and Chums, surrounded in cigarette smoke and alcohol-soaked clothes.
Then we discover that the slob wife's husband, a red-neck boor, is having an affair with the middle class wife whose city husband is a twit.
The tattooed slob is notorious for bragging that he had impregnated his then wife and her two unmarried sisters.
414(r) allow an employer to divide its business into qualified SLOBs and to apply the minimum coverage and nondiscrimination rules independently to the employees of each SLOB.
restaurants) may have non-highly compensated, unskilled employees who become "management" under this definition causing a failure to qualify as a SLOB.
Waynetta is the foul-mouthed, greasy-skinned, plus-sized slob played by Kathy Burke in Harry Enfield's comedy shows.
WHENI met my husband he appeared confident and had a good job working for a local company - but since we got married he's turned into a slob.
But members Duke, Judas, Nobby and Slob are huge fans of the band.
Wouldn't the poor slob have to sign a pre-knucklehead agreement?
Andy, whose catchphrase 'Don't want that one - want THAT one' is now heard in schools, workplaces and shops across Britain, proves he is a sly slob but still game for a laugh.
With the help of very special guests Sage, G-Man, Whitey, Melissa and Slob, many claim it's their best pour yet.