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a series, as of names or words, printed or written down

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And when it comes to ministry, I have so far omitted the 95 percent of those faithful ministers whose ministry is ministry in daily life, those dear brothers and sisters who are neither rostered nor paid by the church but who volunteer for the church's programs and who live out the gospel as computer programmers, nurses, farmers, parents and other caregivers, university professors, truck drivers, children, retirees, citizens, and thousands in other roles and occupations.
These three categories of ministers--ordained, rostered lay ministers, and ministers in daily life--are what will occupy us in the three days of this conference, as they will continue to occupy us when we return home to the mass and mission in our home towns and in the world.
If you were rostered to do the extra shifts, you should be paid in the following pay period.
Therefore, as you were rostered and worked the extra shifts you should contact your NUM and request that a Roster Adjustment Form be completed and sent to Health Support Services for payment.
It was also recommended that wherever possible, and if convenient, the same person should be rostered on the first weekend in October at the beginning of daylight saving when the clocks are put forward one hour, and the first weekend in April 2012 at the end of daylight saving when the clocks are put back one hour.
It was also recommended that, wherever possible and if convenient, the same person should be rostered on the first weekend in October at the beginning of daylight saving when the clocks are put forward one hour, and again on the first weekend in April at the end of daylight saving when the clocks are put back one hour.
Despite the above provisions enabling the NUM to alter the roster, a change of the rostered morning shift to a rostered night shift would be a breach of the award requirement for a 10-hour break between each rostered shift.
So any hours worked on the night shift would have to be overtime not ordinary rostered hours.
As daylight saving commences on 4 October 2009, how should staff be paid who work an afternoon shift on the Saturday and are then rostered to work a morning shift on the Sunday, as they will not have the required eight or ten-hour break between their rostered shifts.
Wherever possible, and if this is convenient, the same person should be rostered on the first weekend in October at the beginning of daylight saving when the clocks are put forward one hour, and the first weekend in April 2010 at the end of daylight saving when the clocks are put back one hour.
I work in a public hospital and was rostered to work the afternoon shift and then the morning shift.