The purple cat's paw
mussel is known to use some darter and sculpin species as host fish.
Gin traps have been illegal since 1953 and the one clamped to the cat's paw
was old and rusty.
The cat's paw
theory contends that an employee has a valid discrimination claim, even if the person who makes the negative employment decision is not biased, if the decision maker is influenced by someone else who is biased (see "Singed Paws").
Looped through twice, it becomes a cat's paw
Recovery Plan for the White Cat's Paw
He would not be a cat's paw
for men jockeying for position at Court.
Second, for the first time, the Supreme Court affirmed the validity of the cat's paw
theory of discrimination, which contends that an employee has a valid discrimination claim even if the person who makes the negative employment decision is not biased if the decision is based on information from someone else who is biased.
The females were in a pecking order with the dominant female showing a cat's paw
pattern as if a cat had walked over the fish with wet brown paint on its paws.
AMAZING FEET: Bigfoot lounges around, above, and shows off his magnificent six-toed paw, left; CLAWS: Normal cat's paw
Mr Blair is simply a cat's paw
being made use of by the US.
Two weeks ago, a cat's paw
was trapped in one in Sylmar, he said.
Washington, June 6 ( ANI ): The Cat's Paw
Nebula, otherwise known as NGC 6334, is forming stars at a more rapid pace than the Orion Nebula, one of the closest stellar nurseries to Earth, according to astronomers.