What occupation uses Perchloroethylene trichloroethane and trichloroethylene?
Asked in Insurance
What occupation uses knowledge and statistics to determine insurance rates?
Asked in Sewing
What occupation uses patterns and a sewing machine?
Asked in Analogy
What is the analogy for Artist is to paint as driver is to?
Who uses a screwdriver and insulating tape that starts with the letter e?
Asked in Geometry
What occupation uses the knowledge of area and perimeter frequently?
Asked in Elements and Compounds
What is the important of chlorine?
Chlorine and its compounds are important industrial materials with myriad uses in the manufacture of other chlorinated compounds (e.g., PVC, hydrochloric acid, ethylene dichloride, trichloroethylene, PCBs), in water purification (municipal systems, swimming pools), in textile industries, in flame retardants, in special batteries, and in food processing.
Asked in Cleaning, Chemistry, Fire Extinguishers
How does dry cleaning work?
Despite its name, dry cleaning is not completely dry. As a matter of fact, according to several sources we found, dry cleaning uses liquid chemicals to remove stains and clean clothes. We first visited How Stuff Works, which explained that in the early days of dry cleaning, the solvent used was often kerosene or gasoline. That has changed, and the industry now uses perchloroethylene (also known as "perc") almost universally. Clothes are washed in this solvent, and then the solvent is recaptured so it can be reused.
Asked in James Joyce
The English domination in a portrait of the artist?
In "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," English occupation is demonstrated by the dean of the English department where the protagonist attends school. Stephen uses the word "tundish," which is an Irish word, and the professor has no idea what it means. This brings the English occupation and the problems with speaking through a language that is not one's own. At this point, Stephen vows to find and develop his Irish voice.
Asked in Paganism, Magic and Illusions
What is the occupation of a diviner?
They divine. They may use various forms of divination such as but not limited to: tarot, use of a pendulum, astrology, etc to find what they seek. This could be anything from 'where are my keys?' to 'which job should I take?' to 'what is this persons ailment?' and so on and so forth. The uses of divination are limitless.
What is the quote that ESPN uses for their top sports list that says you win in the preparation?
Can you work if you apply for disability?
Whether or not you are able to work while collecting Disability insurance benefits will be entirely dependent on the definition of total disability (description of the circumstances in which you are eligible for a claim), in your insurance contract. These are the most common variations available on today's market. True Own-Occupation Definition of Total Disability You will be considered totally disabled if, due to injury or sickness, you are unable to perform the material and substantial duties of your occupation, even if you are gainfully employed in another occupation. Modified Own-Occupation Definition of Total Disability You will be considered totally disabled if, due to injury or sickness, you are unable to perform the material and substantial duties of your regular occupation and are not gainfully employed elsewhere. Any-Occupation Definition of Total Disability You will be considered totally disabled if, due to injury or sickness, you are unable to perform any occupation for which you are reasonably fitted by your education and experience; and are not gainfully employed. *Every insurance company will have a separate version of these definitions. These descriptions should be used to help understand the differences, but not as any form of guarantee. The easiest way to separate the different definitions is by knowing whether you have your own individual coverage, group coverage offered at work or are simply relying on Social Security benefits. Traditionally, True-Own occupation Disability insurance will only be available in a personally owned policy. Occasionally companies will use a True or Modified Own occupation definition for the first 24-60 months of a contract, but then change to an Any-occupation definition. Again, you need to check the guidelines of your policy in order to know what your policy offers you. Group coverage will often have a True or Modified Own-Occupation definition of disability for the first 24-36 months of a claim and then turn to an Any-Occupation definition. Talk with your Human Resource department or office manager to learn more about what your group coverage offers. If that person does not know, you should either have them call the company that provides your coverage, or call yourself and ask for policy information. Social Security disability insurance uses an Any-Occupation definition of disability, at best. In order to qualify for Social Security benefits, you must be unable to perform any occupation and there also must be a strong indication that your claim will continue for multiple year at the least. To summarize, you may be able to obtain benefits while working if you have an individual or group policy that provides a True Own-Occupation definition of Total disability. With Social Security benefits you are not able to do so.