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opportunity to be heard are actually afforded to every person whose interest
might be affected by a proposed action.” Thus, “to ignore the fact that a
person has been given actual and concrete notice of an event merely
because such notice did not conform to technical procedures not only flies
in the face of common sense, it is precisely the type of labyrinthine misconception
which brings the legal system into disrepute among laymen”: I.S.
Smick Lumber v. Hubschmidt, 425 A.2d 709 (1980).
Dana Kingsbury was appointed Public Guardian and Trustee for British
Columbia on May 1, 2021.
The word “maze” is not the root of the word “amaze”. Rather, “amaze” reportedly
derives from the Old English “amasian” (confuse, surprise).
Janelle L. Dwyer and Michal Jaworski were reappointed as members of
the board of Langara College for terms ending July 31, 2023.
Wrote English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in “View from the Euganean
Beneath is spread like a green sea
The waveless plain of Lombardy,
Bounded by the vaporous air,
Islanded by cities fair;
Underneath day’s azure eyes,
Ocean’s nursling, Venice, lies,
A peopled labyrinth of walls,
Amphitrite’s destined halls,
Which her hoary sire now paves
With his blue and beaming waves.
Harveen Thauli was appointed to the International Tribunal of Sport Resolutions,
a U.K.-based independent dispute resolution service for sport operating
globally, for the term of April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2023.
Felicia Amelia Ciolfitto, John James Greschner and Maureen Gail Grant
were all reappointed as members of the board of governors of the Law Foundation
of British Columbia for terms ending June 22, 2024.
Your ears contain both a bony labyrinth and a membranous labyrinth. The
bony version is a series of bony cavities within the petrous part of the temporal
bone of your ears. It consists of three parts: the cochlea, vestibule and