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Identical to a journalist must report occasions devoid of bias, so must the historian. But complete objectivity is practically inconceivable since historical past often takes the form of a continuous, chronological narrative. That sense of continuity helps us grasp ideas, however in actuality, events don’t occur at all times in good sequence like a trail of dominos. The roots of fashionable revisionism sprang from that theoretical wrestle for objectivity.
36. The Committee can be involved at reviews that corporal punishment and other cruel or degrading punishments are utilized in situations of baby labour, including in the home context. The Committee reiterates that the Convention and other relevant human rights instruments protect the baby from economic exploitation and from any work that is more likely to be hazardous, interferes with the child’s Schooling, or is dangerous to the child’s growth, and that they require certain safeguards to ensure the efficient enforcement of this safety. The Committee emphasizes that it is important that the prohibition of corporal punishment and other cruel or degrading forms of punishment have to be enforced in any conditions in which youngsters are working.
§36500. The provisions of Sections 24012, 24250, 24251, 24400 to 24404, inclusive, and Articles three (commencing with Part 24600), four (commencing with Part 24800), 5 (commencing with Part 24950), 6 (commencing with Section 25100), 9 (commencing with Part 25350), 11 (commencing with Part 25450), and thirteen (commencing with Part 25650) of Chapter 2 of Division 12 shall not apply to implements of husbandry. Such vehicles shall be topic to the provisions of Sections 24254, 24615, 25803, and 25950, and Article 12 (commencing with Section 25500) of Chapter 2 of Division 12.
A license charge as set forth in Hampton City Code part 37-416 is required on every privately owned motorized boat or watercraft used for recreational purposes only and privately owned non-motorized pleasure boats used for recreational purposes only, 20 ft in length and over, which is generally operated, docked, stored, or kept within city limits over 180 days.