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moonlight

light from the sun received on earth after reflection by the moon

Moonlight

An open source version of Microsoft's Silverlight from the Mono project. Moonlight provides a runtime engine that allows Silverlight applications to run on Linux and also provides a Linux software development kit (SDK) for building Silverlight applications. Microsoft and Novell are sponsors of the project, which issued the first public release of Moonlight in the spring of 2008. For more information, visit www.mono-project.com. See Silverlight and Mono.
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The Moonlighters in action Mick Irish, above left, and Michael Walters, at the Teesside Ability Support Centre in Middlesbrough where everyone enjoyed the afternoon 180314MOON IAN MCINTYRE
In recent times, the legacy of The Moonlighters has been handed to The Shysters - Craig Whyte in particular, a man who probably thinks the Copland Road Underground headlined at T in the Park.
Hallmartel, "Twenty-first century moonlighters," Issues in Labor Statistics, Summary 02-07 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, September 2002), on the Internet at www.
Kimmel and Conway (1995) presented a diverse work which examined the characteristics of moonlighters and also the length of this episode.
7) However, due to the UI payroll tax's low taxable wage base, moonlighters working few hours in the second job are still subject to the full UI tax despite likely lacking eligibility for benefits in the event of a layoff.
Dubai: AaArabian Gulf Sevens skipper Steve Cooper believes his team of moonlighters has earned the respect of their peers within the rugby world.
Sonny and the Moonlighters will take the stage in broad daylight Saturday as part of the University of Oregon football pregame activities at the Moshofsky Center, adjacent to Autzen Stadium, 2700 Martin Luther King Jr.
for a Tramp and Epitaph for a Dead Beat, originally published almost fifty years ago, reminds us that David Markson (as David Markson) has done some slumming too, and that, like his fellow moonlighters, Markson was not, when writing pulp, attempting to produce literature.
The government numbers indicate that moonlighters as a group have more members than other groups that have received considerable study such as the unemployed (BLS, 2001) and occupational groups such as engineers and scientists (BLS, 2001).
It includes The Jiving Lindy Hoppers and The Moonlighters Serenaders.
Moonlighters are those that may well be employed in the formal economy during the day, but do some additional undeclared work in the evening or at weekends.
The expansion of the underground economy also reduces labour market flexibility, because moonlighters and their employers hesitate to return to the official economy as illegal work could then easily be traced back to them by the authorities.