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ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ක්‍රියා කරමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

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ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ක්‍රියා කරමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

This song is almost certainly about hypocrisy. Kangaroo Courts are referred to specifically in the song.Kangaroo Courts aren’t as commonly occurring as they have been in the past, but they still happen today. It’s a court case in which the accused is considered guilty before they really get a fair trial. Now, who is the accuser/court to say that person is guilty of a crime while they are committing a crime themselves (Who are you to wave your finger)? Hypocrites.”Kangaroo courts in the older days typically dealt with pot dealers and smokers.” – I wrote this when I first posted the video. I most likely did not get this info from a reliable source. It’s also a really vague, fishy, weird-sounding statement. Perhaps it’s true that those involved in cannabis trade or use were more likely to be subjected to an unfair trial than others at some point in the past. If so, it certainly makes the song a little more coherent.All the references to eyes (“Eyehole deep in muddy waters”, “Got lemon juice up in your eye”, “Weeping shades of indigo”) all refer to the hypocrite being blinded by something or another and not being able to see the obvious.Indigo, in many cultures, represents or represented intuition and spiritual knowledge. The hypocrite is weeping away their intuition and knowledge, until they don’t even realize their own hypocrisy.”When you pissed all over my black kettle, you must’ve been high”You’re the pot calling the kettle black and putting him down for it, or “pissing” on him. And it’s obviously not with straight thinking or intuition that you did this. It would seem most reasonable to me that the recurring “you must have been high” line is figurative, as in, “you were being crazy and unreasonable”. However, I could see it being literal as well, considering the fact that a good number of law creators and enforcers break laws too.I had to look this up, so I’ll put it here for you all – the definition of “cozen” (“You’re weeping shades of cozened indigo”):1. To mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive.2. To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.3. To obtain by deceit or persuasion.OVERALL, this is one of Tool’s more cryptic songs, lyrically. The primary ideas aren’t difficult to figure out, but the use of metaphor and analogy is especially heavy, and there are an absurdly large number of various references to obscure terms, phrases, events, etc. Lots of puzzling to be done if you’re looking for something to do!

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ක්‍රියා කරමින්…

ධාවන ලැයිස්තු ප්‍රවේශනය කරමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ක්‍රියා කරමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

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ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ක්‍රියා කරමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

This song is almost certainly about hypocrisy. Kangaroo Courts are referred to specifically in the song.Kangaroo Courts aren’t as commonly occurring as they have been in the past, but they still happen today. It’s a court case in which the accused is considered guilty before they really get a fair trial. Now, who is the accuser/court to say that person is guilty of a crime while they are committing a crime themselves (Who are you to wave your finger)? Hypocrites.”Kangaroo courts in the older days typically dealt with pot dealers and smokers.” – I wrote this when I first posted the video. I most likely did not get this info from a reliable source. It’s also a really vague, fishy, weird-sounding statement. Perhaps it’s true that those involved in cannabis trade or use were more likely to be subjected to an unfair trial than others at some point in the past. If so, it certainly makes the song a little more coherent.All the references to eyes (“Eyehole deep in muddy waters”, “Got lemon juice up in your eye”, “Weeping shades of indigo”) all refer to the hypocrite being blinded by something or another and not being able to see the obvious.Indigo, in many cultures, represents or represented intuition and spiritual knowledge. The hypocrite is weeping away their intuition and knowledge, until they don’t even realize their own hypocrisy.”When you pissed all over my black kettle, you must’ve been high”You’re the pot calling the kettle black and putting him down for it, or “pissing” on him. And it’s obviously not with straight thinking or intuition that you did this. It would seem most reasonable to me that the recurring “you must have been high” line is figurative, as in, “you were being crazy and unreasonable”. However, I could see it being literal as well, considering the fact that a good number of law creators and enforcers break laws too.I had to look this up, so I’ll put it here for you all – the definition of “cozen” (“You’re weeping shades of cozened indigo”):1. To mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive.2. To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.3. To obtain by deceit or persuasion.OVERALL, this is one of Tool’s more cryptic songs, lyrically. The primary ideas aren’t difficult to figure out, but the use of metaphor and analogy is especially heavy, and there are an absurdly large number of various references to obscure terms, phrases, events, etc. Lots of puzzling to be done if you’re looking for something to do!

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ප්‍රවේශනය වෙමින්…

ක්‍රියා කරමින්…

ධාවන ලැයිස්තු ප්‍රවේශනය කරමින්…

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A trade name, trading name, or business name is a pseudonym frequently used by companies to operate under a name different from their registered, legal name. The term for this type of alternative name is a “fictitious” business name. Registering the fictitious name with the relevant government body is often required.

In a number of countries, the phrase “trading as” (abbreviated to t/a) is used to designate a trade name. In the United States, the phrase “doing business as” (abbreviated to DBA, dba, d.b.a. or d/b/a) is used,[1] among others, such as assumed business name.[2] In Canada, “operating as” (abbreviated to o/a) and “trading as” (abbreviated to T/A) are used, although “doing business as” is also sometimes used.[3]

A company typically uses a trade name to conduct business using a simpler name rather than using their formal and often lengthier name. Trade names are also used when a preferred name cannot be registered, often because it may already be registered or is too similar to a name that is already registered.

Fictitious business names do not create separate legal entities.[1] The distinction between a registered legal name and a fictitious business name, or trade name, is important because fictitious business names may not always identify the entity that is legally responsible. Legal agreements such as contracts are normally made using the registered legal name of the business; and the legal name must be used whenever a business sues or is being sued.

In English, trade names are generally treated as proper nouns.[4]

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In some Canadian jurisdictions, such as Ontario, when a businessperson writes a trade name on a contract, invoice, or cheque, he or she must also add the legal name of the business.[5]

Numbered companies will very often operate as something other than their legal name, which is unrecognizable to the public.

In Chile, a trade name is known as a nombre de fantasía (‘fantasy’ or ‘fiction’ name), and the legal name of business is called a razón social (social name).

In Brazil, a trade name is known as a nome fantasia (‘fantasy’ or ‘fiction’ name), and the legal name of business is called razão social (social name).

In Japan, the word yagō (屋号) is used.

In Singapore, there is no filing requirement for a “trading as” name, however, there are requirements for disclosure of the underlying business or company’s registered name and unique entity number.[6]

In the United Kingdom, there is no filing requirement for a “trading as” name, however, there are requirements for disclosure of the owner’s true name and some restrictions on the use of certain names.[7]

In several U.S. states, DBAs are officially referred to using another term. Oregon uses Assumed Business Names;[8] Washington calls DBAs trade names;[9] other states refer to trade styles or fictitious business names.

For consumer protection purposes, many U.S. jurisdictions require businesses operating with fictitious names to file a DBA statement, though names including the first and last name of the owner may be accepted.[10] This also reduces the possibility of two local businesses operating under the same name, although some jurisdictions do not provide exclusivity for a name, or may allow more than one party to register the same name. Note, though, that this is not a substitute for filing a trademark application. A DBA filing carries no legal weight in establishing trademark rights.[11] In the U.S., trademark rights are acquired by use in commerce, but there can be substantial benefits to filing a trademark application.[12] Sole proprietors are the most common users of DBAs. Sole proprietors are individual business owners who run their businesses themselves, and are typically newer to the small business game.[citation needed] Since most people in these circumstances use a business name other than their own name,[citation needed] it’s often necessary for them to get DBAs.

Generally, a DBA must be registered with a local or state government, or both, depending on the jurisdiction. For example, California, Texas and Virginia require a DBA to be registered with each county (or independent city in the case of Virginia) where the owner does business. Maryland and Colorado have DBAs registered with a state agency. And Virginia requires corporations and LLCs to file a copy of their registration with the county or city to also be registered with the State Corporation Commission.

DBA statements are often used in conjunction with a franchise. The franchisee will have a legal name under which it may sue and be sued, but will conduct business under the franchiser’s brand name (which the public would recognize). A typical real-world example can be found in a well-known pricing mistake case, Donovan v. RRL Corp., 26 Cal. 4th 261 (2001), where the named defendant, RRL Corporation, was a Lexus car dealership doing business as “Lexus of Westminster”, but remaining a separate legal entity from Lexus, a division of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

In California, filing a DBA statement also requires that a notice of the fictitious name be published in local newspapers for some set period of time to inform the public of the owner’s intent to operate under an assumed name. The intention of the law is to protect the public from fraud, by compelling the business owner to first file or register his fictitious business name with the county clerk, and then making a further public record of it by publishing it in a newspaper.[13] Several other states, such as Illinois, require print notices as well.[14]

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1935, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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1840, in the meaning defined at sense 2

Verb

1888, in the meaning defined above

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Like a trademark or service mark, a trade name is protected by law against infringement. A trade name that has been used for at least 6 months can be recorded with the Customs Bureau, and any infringing imports will be barred.

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{ bidder: ‘aol’, params: { placement: ‘6479700’, network: ‘4832.1’, server: ‘adserver.adtech.de’ }},
{ bidder: ‘criteo’, params: { zoneId: ‘1101607’ }}]}];
var pbMobileSlots = [
{code: ‘ad_topslot_a’, mediaTypes: { banner: { sizes: [320, 50] } },
bids: [{ bidder: ‘rubicon’, params: { accountId: ‘17282’, siteId: ‘162050’, zoneId: ‘776358’ }},
{ bidder: ‘appnexus’, params: { placementId: ‘11654208’ }},
{ bidder: ‘ix’, params: { siteId: ‘195467’, size: [320, 50] }},
{ bidder: ‘openx’, params: { unit: ‘539971081’, delDomain: ‘idm-d.openx.net’ }},
{ bidder: ‘sovrn’, params: { tagid: ‘387233’ }},
{ bidder: ‘aol’, params: { placement: ‘6479701’, network: ‘4832.1’, server: ‘adserver.adtech.de’ }},
{ bidder: ‘criteo’, params: { zoneId: ‘1101657’ }}]},
{code: ‘ad_btmslot_a’, mediaTypes: { banner: { sizes: [[300, 250], [320, 50], [300, 50]] } },
bids: [{ bidder: ‘rubicon’, params: { accountId: ‘17282’, siteId: ‘162050’, zoneId: ‘776336’ }},
{ bidder: ‘appnexus’, params: { placementId: ‘11654174’ }},
{ bidder: ‘ix’, params: { siteId: ‘195451’, size: [300, 250] }},
{ bidder: ‘ix’, params: { siteId: ‘195451’, size: [320, 50] }},
{ bidder: ‘ix’, params: { siteId: ‘195451’, size: [300, 50] }},
{ bidder: ‘openx’, params: { unit: ‘539971065’, delDomain: ‘idm-d.openx.net’ }},
{ bidder: ‘sovrn’, params: { tagid: ‘446381’ }},
{ bidder: ‘sovrn’, params: { tagid: ‘446382’ }},
{ bidder: ‘aol’, params: { placement: ‘6479709’, network: ‘4832.1’, server: ‘adserver.adtech.de’ }},
{ bidder: ‘aol’, params: { placement: ‘6479722’, network: ‘4832.1’, server: ‘adserver.adtech.de’ }},
{ bidder: ‘aol’, params: { placement: ‘6479720’, network: ‘4832.1’, server: ‘adserver.adtech.de’ }},
{ bidder: ‘criteo’, params: { zoneId: ‘1101593’ }}]}];
var pbjs = pbjs || {};
pbjs.que = pbjs.que || [];

const customGranularity = {
‘buckets’: [{
‘min’: 0,
‘max’: 3,
‘increment’: 0.01,
‘cap’: true
},{
‘min’: 3.05,
‘max’: 8,
‘increment’: 0.05,
‘cap’: true
},{
‘min’: 8.50,
‘max’: 30,
‘increment’: 0.5,
‘cap’: true
},{
‘min’: 31,
‘max’: 36,
‘increment’: 1,
‘cap’: true
}]
};
pbjsCfg = {
userSync: { syncsPerBidder: 50 },
priceGranularity: customGranularity,
maxRequestsPerOrigin: 1,
enableSendAllBids: false,
timeoutBuffer: 400,
bidderSequence: “fixed”
};
pbjsCfg.consentManagement = {
cmpApi: 14,
timeout: 200,
allowAuctionWithoutConsent: true
};
pbjs.que.push(function() {
pbjs.setConfig(pbjsCfg);
});

var pbAdUnits = getPrebidSlots(curResolution);
var googletag = googletag || {};
googletag.cmd = googletag.cmd || [];
googletag.cmd.push(function() {
googletag.pubads().disableInitialLoad();
});
if(window.__cmp)
{
window.__cmp(‘setConsentUiCallback’, function () {
addPrebidAdUnits(pbAdUnits);
});
}

var dfpSlots = {};
(function() {
var gads = document.createElement(‘script’);
gads.async = true;
gads.type = ‘text/javascript’;
var useSSL = ‘https:’ == document.location.protocol;
gads.src = (useSSL ? ‘https:’ : ‘http:’) +’//www.googletagservices.com/tag/js/gpt.js’;
var node = document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0];
node.parentNode.insertBefore(gads, node);
})();
googletag.cmd.push(function() {
var mapping_topslot_a = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([746, 0], []).addSize([0, 0], [320, 50]).build();
dfpSlots[‘topslot_a’] = googletag.defineSlot(‘/2863368/topslot’, [], ‘ad_topslot_a’).defineSizeMapping(mapping_topslot_a).setTargeting(‘vp’, ‘top’).setTargeting(‘hp’, ‘center’).setTargeting(‘ad_group’, Adomik.randomAdGroup()).addService(googletag.pubads());
var mapping_topslot_b = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([746, 0], [728, 90]).addSize([0, 0], []).build();
dfpSlots[‘topslot_b’] = googletag.defineSlot(‘/2863368/topslot’, [728, 90], ‘ad_topslot_b’).defineSizeMapping(mapping_topslot_b).setTargeting(‘vp’, ‘top’).setTargeting(‘hp’, ‘center’).setTargeting(‘ad_group’, Adomik.randomAdGroup()).addService(googletag.pubads());
var mapping_leftslot = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([963, 0], [160, 600]).addSize([0, 0], []).build();
dfpSlots[‘leftslot’] = googletag.defineSlot(‘/2863368/leftslot’, [160, 600], ‘ad_leftslot’).defineSizeMapping(mapping_leftslot).setTargeting(‘vp’, ‘top’).setTargeting(‘hp’, ‘left’).setTargeting(‘ad_group’, Adomik.randomAdGroup()).addService(googletag.pubads());
var mapping_btmslot_a = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([746, 0], [[300, 250], ‘fluid’]).addSize([0, 0], [[300, 250], [320, 50], [300, 50], ‘fluid’]).build();
dfpSlots[‘btmslot_a’] = googletag.defineSlot(‘/2863368/btmslot’, [[300, 250], ‘fluid’], ‘ad_btmslot_a’).defineSizeMapping(mapping_btmslot_a).setTargeting(‘vp’, ‘btm’).setTargeting(‘hp’, ‘center’).setTargeting(‘ad_group’, Adomik.randomAdGroup()).addService(googletag.pubads());
var mapping_houseslot_a = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([963, 0], [300, 250]).addSize([0, 0], []).build();
dfpSlots[‘houseslot_a’] = googletag.defineSlot(‘/2863368/houseslot’, [300, 250], ‘ad_houseslot_a’).defineSizeMapping(mapping_houseslot_a).setTargeting(‘vp’, ‘mid’).setTargeting(‘hp’, ‘right’).setTargeting(‘ad_group’, Adomik.randomAdGroup()).addService(googletag.pubads());
var mapping_houseslot_b = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([963, 0], []).addSize([0, 0], [300, 250]).build();
dfpSlots[‘houseslot_b’] = googletag.defineSlot(‘/2863368/houseslot’, [], ‘ad_houseslot_b’).defineSizeMapping(mapping_houseslot_b).setTargeting(‘vp’, ‘btm’).setTargeting(‘hp’, ‘center’).setTargeting(‘ad_group’, Adomik.randomAdGroup()).addService(googletag.pubads());
var mapping_rightslot = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([746, 0], [300, 250]).addSize([0, 0], []).build();
dfpSlots[‘rightslot’] = googletag.defineSlot(‘/2863368/rightslot’, [300, 250], ‘ad_rightslot’).defineSizeMapping(mapping_rightslot).setTargeting(‘vp’, ‘mid’).setTargeting(‘hp’, ‘right’).setTargeting(‘ad_group’, Adomik.randomAdGroup()).addService(googletag.pubads());
googletag.pubads().addEventListener(‘slotRenderEnded’, function(event) { if (!event.isEmpty } });

googletag.pubads().setTargeting(‘ad_h’, Adomik.hour);
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“cdo_pc”, “dictionary”);
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“cdo_pt”, “entry”);
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“cdo_ptl”, “entry-mcp”);
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“cdo_dc”, “english”);
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“cdo_ei”, “tradesperson”);
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“cdo_l”, “en”);
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“cdo_tc”, “resp”);

if(pl_p)
googletag.pubads().setTargeting(‘cdo_alc_pr’, pl_p.split(“|”));

googletag.pubads().setCategoryExclusion(‘mcp’).setCategoryExclusion(‘resp’).setCategoryExclusion(‘wprod’);

googletag.pubads().setTargeting(“ad_pers”, “2”);
googletag.pubads().setRequestNonPersonalizedAds(0);

googletag.pubads().set(“page_url”, “https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/tradesperson”);
googletag.pubads().enableSingleRequest();
googletag.pubads().collapseEmptyDivs(false);
googletag.enableServices();
});

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› a person who works in the building industry in a job that involves physical work and a practical skill: مامعنى كلمة تراضي

› COMMERCE someone who buys and sells goods, especially someone who owns a store:

(Definition of “tradesperson” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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