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Rank in smell or taste
Solution to Friday's puzzle
The word may sound familiar, but do you know
what it means?
Complete the grid so that every row, column and 3 x 3 box contains every digit from 1 to 9 inclusively.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR THE
"THE PROPERTY IS BEING SOLD ON AN "AS IS
WHERE IS BASIS"
PLEASE SUBMIT OFFERS IN WRITING
ADDRESSED AS FOLLOWS:
"PROPERTY FOR SALE"
34 ST. VINCENT STREET
To Work both in Trinidad & Tobago
AIRPORT CARGO AGENTS
Duties include the processing of incoming and outgoing of flights with the
Governmental Authorities in accordance with Laws, procedures and regulations.
Processing of the incoming and outgoing cargo and mail.
Professional and courteous Electronic, Physical and Telephone communications
with customers as required.
Maintaining and Excellent professional and pleasant Relationship with direct
and indirect customers as well as the general public.
AIRPORT BAGGAGE AND CARGO HANDLERS
Duties include the airport handling of passenger baggage and Cargo both in
outdoor conditions and indoor conditions.
The physical ability to lift packages and baggage by hand up to 70 pounds
(proper technique training shall be provided)
The physical ability to work in confined and movement restricted spaces
requiring bending, crouching and kneeling is required and where pulling and
pushing of packages of varying weight and dimensions shall be required.
Persons with valid Drivers licenses shall have the opportunity to be trained
as Equipment Operators and drivers.
NOTE WELL THAT THE FOLLOWING IS APPLICABLE TO ALL OF
THE ABOVE POSITIONS
Shift work system - Morning, Evening to night and Overnight Minimum of two
days off per week.
Attendance incentives monthly as well as an annual attendance and
These are Full time permanent Employment Opportunities. However,
persons seeking part time Employment, Employment for weekends Only,
Nights Only. Morning Only shall also be considered -- This must be indicated
on your application
All interesting applicants are required to submit their application to:
The Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 558, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
E-mail to email@example.com
Deadline for submission-February 14th 2014
1&13 Simple wooden
2 Prefix meaning below
4 Favoured by chance
7 Sticky mess
8 Indicator of an
9 Big cup
13 See 1A
14 Of the snout
1 Science of reasoning
2 European country
3 Centre of thought
4 To strike with the arm
6 That man there
12 High points
ACROSS: 1 Log 2 Sub 4
Mug 11 Mum 13 Cabin 14
DOWN: 1 Logic 2 Spain 3
Him 10 Gel 12 Ups
The house rules and rakes are always
listed prominently in every casino
poker room, but there are options
every player has that tend to get lost
in the shuffle. Here are three unwrit-
ten rules to think about that can
make your next poker session more
enjoyable and possibly more prof-
Moving tables: Unless the room is
totally dead, the manager on duty will
pick your table and seat for you once
you select the game you wish to play.
Rooms often will have waiting lists for
games, but you should never be intim-
idated by the size of the list. The names
often are holdovers from throughout the
day, and even though there could be six
or seven names on the list, you still may
be able to be seated immediately in a
Once you take that seat, it may
become apparent that you would be
much better off in another game. You
might not like the dynamics of the play-
ers at your table; it could be filled with
Poker/QOP20140130.txtion, or passivity,
than you are comfortable with. Some
people may be too drunk; some might
not know the rules and etiquette of the
game. Or, there may simply be more
money in play at another table.
If you want to move to another table,
all you need to do is ask the manager.
It s not a given that he or she will allow
you to move tables, because it s good
for business to keep a certain number
of players at each table, but it works
more often than it doesn t. Just remem-
ber that this permission must be granted,
and don t take offense if you are denied.
Rake relief: Even in a place like Las
Vegas, the action in the poker room can
die down for lengthy periods of time.
The cash games will get short-handed,
and the players will start to look for ways
to slink out of their seats and head some-
The casino staff certainly doesn t
want you, or the table, to break up, so
you have options. It s one of those rare
moments when the players can tell the
casino what to do.
This is when you ask for rake relief --
a house discount on the amount of
money they take out of each pot. Usually
the cutoff is when the table gets to six
players or less, and the rake is sliced by
35 percent to 50 percent.
If the action heats up and all of a
sudden there are eight or nine players
seated, the rake will revert back to posted
levels, but the shorthanded discount can
make a serious buffer for your financial
Asking for a new setup: If you
think a deck is cursed or generally unfit
for use, you can ask for a new deck to
be put into play. Most requests are
accommodated, but consider this a
nuclear option of sorts, which should
be used only rarely, if at all.
Most of the cards used in today s
poker rooms are made of a tough, thin,
plastic material that can withstand thou-
sands of hands before they wear down.
They are vastly superior to the decks
you will find at the local general store.
Card rooms will replace these decks with
such frequency that they never even
come close to the possible shelf life.
Bad luck never should be a reason to
ask for a new setup. That s a telltale sign
of a losing, inexperienced player. How-
ever, it is a valid request if you think
that a card has been tainted with a mark-
ing or bend.
Got a poker question or have a
comment? E-mail Chuck at
UNWRITTEN POKER OPTIONS THAT CAN AFFECT THE BOTTOM LINE
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