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rota

A primarily UK term for a rotating schedule of similar work performed by a group of individuals in the same field of work or profession—e.g., junior doctors covering a particular service, or consultants working in the same department.

Rotas generally apportion the work equally and rotate night calls—e.g., 1:6 (one night on, 5 nights off)—for services requiring 24/7 coverage.
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But others claim the rapper wasn't wearing a romper at all, instead saying he was just wearing a matching shirt and shorts set with the shirt tucked into the pants.
They thought that the romper was the answer to this need, but saw the lack of one that was ready-to-wear for men.
Indeed, its characters' racial breakdown is not as straightforward as Romper Stomper's 'white people versus Asians'.
Esta publicacion plantea que los diversos Estados deben implementar una serie de medidas de proteccion social para, ademas de ayudar a romper el ciclo de la pobreza y la vulnerabilidad rurales, combinarlas con medidas agricolas y de desarrollo rural mas generales.
Lamentablemente, la literatura, en especial la novela (sobre todo la novela de masas) sigue reacia a romper consigo misma.
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UTV's Romper Room show was one of the first aimed solely at children from Northern Ireland, and young Miss Helen, as she was soon known, became an icon to grateful parents and their offspring.
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It will be built around key Hasbro brands including Romper Room, Trivial Pursuit, Cranium, Scrabble, My Little Pony, G.
se debe romper cuando un tercero puede ser contaminado por un paciente nuestro?
While the thought of a 'My friends call me Samantha' romper may be a touch scary, the clothing range is perfectly pitched to coincide with the release of the much-anticipated movie.
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