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to act as a substitute

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The cost is about $24 more per day for each sub, but that's offset by administrative time saved and by the district no longer having to maintain unemployment and workers compensation benefits (a state requirement for temp employees).
A lot of folks are under the impression that anybody can be a sub.
Nearly every sub has some sort of orientation, whether it's a formal session or two minutes of explanation ("What-was-that-again
When Nelson began subbing in Aldine after spending a few years as a para-professional there, the only training available was "a video that sort of showed what was expected of you as a sub," she says.
We expect that our North Highlands location will enjoy the same success as Vallejo," stated Ted Fumia, president of the Jreck Subs Group Western Division.
Mountain Mike's was merged into the Jreck Subs Group last October.
i])/i [member of] I} is) semi open cover for Y and has a finite) semi open sub cover.
j] respectively, which implies U' and V' admits finite sub covers which in turn gives rise to the finite sub covers for U and V respectively.
iii) iff Every pairwise basic open cover has a finite sub cover.
i])/i [member of] I} is pairwise semi open cover for X and has a finite pairwise semi open sub cover.
With this opening, Miami Subs restaurants are now operating at four major airport locations, all of which bring us increased visibility and broad exposure to new customers and potential national and international franchisees," said Thomas J.
In addition to these airport locations and non-traditional restaurants that are operating in convenience stores, the first Miami Subs Express unit to be located in a retail location is now under development by a long-time multi-unit franchisee.
There are currently 185 Miami Subs Grill restaurants in the system, including 13 existing non-traditional restaurants operated in airports, tollroads, convenience stores and in-line locations.
Uniquely positioned between casual, full-service restaurants and fast food restaurants, Miami Subs Grill restaurants feature a wide variety of moderately priced, high quality foods, which are prepared to order and served in a distinctive and casual environment.