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1(program) (before noun) de ayuda social EEUUentitlement (to sth) — derecho (a algo)
- It is your right to know your entitlements so please avail of this service.
- Taking part in this course will not affect your social welfare entitlements.
- There is also a great deal on workers' rights and social entitlements.
- The decision of the adjudicator shall reflect the legal entitlements of the parties.
- Information will be provided on the rights and entitlements of migrant workers.
- It has been claimed that it did not fall within the rules pertaining to MPs' travel entitlements.
- That is based on 990 shares per member, based on two entitlements plus loyalty shares.
- In order to receive the entitlements of membership a small yearly fee is charged.
- We are determined to ensure that the legal entitlements owed to Australian workers are delivered.
- The unit will provide information and advice to members of the public on their rights and entitlements.
- He was concerned that people were being turfed out without their legal entitlements.
- This was to ensure that the surviving spouse did not suffer a loss of entitlements following the death.
- So it is common ground that this clause governs the remuneration entitlements of casuals?
- The second highest query related to rights and entitlements to family life.
- Out goes a culture of benefits and entitlements; in comes a partnership of rights and responsibilities.
- The Irish government has a particular duty to defend the rights and entitlements of Irish people.
- With more people also losing their jobs, queries about welfare entitlements have hit a new high.
- Staff will provide free, confidential advice on your rights and entitlements.
- No one deserves to be better off than anyone else; nor does anyone have entitlements, or special claims.
- In fact, the nature and extent of these entitlements can vary enormously from one company to another.
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