"Ctenosaura melanosterna" is mainly endangered by human activities, as humans poach these iguanas and their eggs for consumption (Montgomery et al. ...
Breaking with his employer Sheil Land in 1994, a court order prevented him from contact with his clients lest he poach them.
His "Mare clausum" was written to dismantle the pretensions advanced by Grotius in "The Free Sea" ("Mare liberum"), on behalf of the Dutch fishermen, to poach in the waters off the English coasts.
In late 2015, media reported that Modern Education was overtly trying to poach a "star tutor" employed by a competitor.
Rumours start to circulate that William's going to poach her full-time, enraging Sarah who remembers only too well the chaos when Deborah last resigned.
Although some administrators and teachers expressed concern that the new school would poach the best students from schools around the district, they decided ultimately that the competition would be beneficial, not only for those high-achieving students at Oxford but also for other schools aiming to keep pace.
In July 2009 the city of Ballarat made a bid to "poach" the Gift.
He also alleged that the NPP-UDP coalition had attempted to poach Congress MDCs previously as well.
In August 2022 a floor majority test was conducted in the Delhi Assembly by the Delhi Chief Minister, to prove that the AAP government enjoyed the majority and BJP's Operation Lotus had failed to poach AAP MLAs.
She was able to poach some language teaching from her brother's tutors.
In 2019, Ayoub took two former employees to court, alleging they tried to poach 16 of his clients by amending their contracts without his knowledge while working for him.
Cloud9 owner Jack Entienne alleged that LA Renegades owner Chris Badawi attempted to poach Hard while he was still under contract with C9, a claim denied by Renegades management.
First drafted in 1939, they initially required that unions did not attempt to "poach" each other's members, in the interests of a cohesive, non-conflictual atmosphere of industrial relations.
Unsuccessful in their seal hunt, Captain Larsen decides to poach on the seal hunting area of his brother, Death Larsen.
After learning about poaching in Southern Africa and the criminal networks that used military equipment and tactics to poach for profit, Mander was convinced that his specialised military skills, personal finances, and experience could contribute significantly to wildlife protection and conservation.
Native tribes in the tropical forest of West Africa poach Diana monkeys, which are sold as luxury meat and seen as a commodity.
But professional basketball staggered forward and the NIBL flourished, mostly because its stability allowed companies to poach stars such as Bob Kurland.
Poaching, like smuggling, has a long history in United Kingdom.
Being listed as an endangered species can have negative effect since it could make a species more desirable for collectors and poachers.
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