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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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McClatchy is both a strategic partner and investor in Moonlighting, a Charlottesville, Va.
This may be due to the fact that some occupations offer fewer hours to workers or have irregular work schedules, which may make moonlighting more necessary or amenable.
First, moonlighting has played, and can be expected to continue to play, a visible role in the U.
The pair starred as private detectives David Addison and Maddie Hayes but Moonlighting was anything but a conventional crime drama.
A human resources manager said while there are legal implications for moonlighting, he was totally for it.
Moonlighting nurses could be breaking EU employment laws by working more hours than allowed.
Moonlighting provides workers with an alternative source of valuable work related outcomes such as income, training, and benefits (Factor, 1991; Henry & Rogers, 1986).
If your real concern is that a moonlighting employee will be more likely to call in sick or will be less productive at your job, sometimes the best option is to address the attendance or productivity issues if and when they arise, rather than establishing a blanket policy barring all outside employment.
A Sunday Mirror investigation earlier this year revealed that 30 of Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith's frontbenchers are holding down 71 moonlighting jobs between them.
Some are believed to have been moonlighting in police time.
Here's how to insure moonlighting does not infringe on their work on your reputation.
Moonlighting among women has actually been rising steadily since 1970, paralleling their continued increase in overall labor force participation.