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Pathol (of menstrual bleeding) occurring at an abnormal site
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If a public health official who is held personally liable by the court cannot afford to compensate the harmed patient in full, the patient may always cite the relevant provincial MEC for health or Minister of Health as a joint wrongdoer vicariously liable to pay the balance.
In Courtland, the plaintiff sued the franchisee and franchisor, alleging that she was sexually harassed by one of her supervisors, a franchisee employee, and that BWWI should be held vicariously liable for those acts.
Because Mary is an employee, her boss is vicariously liable for her.
Even though we did choose hunting us our vocation, we also live vicariously through Craig.
Jez is able to share the experience vicariously as Polly travels from the coast, where she snorkels and surfs, to the bush where she tries bush tucker, to towns and a sheep farm, and other places of interest.
Solicitor Carlton Rae said: "This judgment is clear it has set down that the church was vicariously liable and in breach of its duty of care.
Speaking at Sunday night's Academy Awards, she said: "I've been tweeting vicariously through my friend who is on my show, Emily.
Existing literature suggests that firms gather information through direct participation in the industry and/or vicariously from the experiences of others (Huber, 1991; Levitt & March, 1988).
The children live vicariously through Homan's stories as they remain tethered to IVs and drains and hope.
In theatre, you can vicariously experience something, and that prepares you for it," Tisdale observes.
In a writ lodged at Perth Sheriff Court, Henvey alleges that the lorry driver's "fault and negligence mean the company are vicariously liable for causing the accident".