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Demande de renouvellement de bail

L'an …et le … À la requête de M ..., locataire d'immeuble situé ..., et propriétaire d'un fonds de commerce exploité dans les lieux, domicilié en mon étude. J'ai ..., huissier, Signifié, dit et déclaré à ..., demeurant à ... Suivant acte en date du ..., ...

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Demande de congés sabbatique

Lettre recommandée avec avis de réception ou lettre remise en main propre contre décharge Monsieur le Directeur, J'ai l'honneur de vous informer que je souhaite bénéficier d'un congé sabbatique à compter du (date) et pour une durée de ........, conformément aux dispositions des articles L. 122-32-17 et suivants du Code du travail. ...

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Demande de congés parental à temps partiel

Lettre recommandée avec avis de réception ou lettre remise en main propre contre décharge Monsieur le Directeur, Je souhaite bénéficier d'une réduction de mes horaires de travail, conformément aux dispositions de l'article L. 122-28-1 du Code du travail. ...

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Demande de congés sans solde

Lettre recommandée avec avis de réception Monsieur le Directeur (Madame…), J'ai l'honneur de solliciter, (éventuellement : en application des dispositions de la convention collective), un congé sans solde. ...

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Demande de réduction ou de dispense du délai de préavis de licenciement

Lettre recommandée avec avis de réception Monsieur, 1er cas : dispense de préavis suite à un licenciement Vous m'avez adressé le (indiquer la date) une lettre notifiant mon licenciement et stipulant que le contrat qui me lie à votre entreprise sera rompu le (indiquer la date de fin de préavis). ...

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Lettre de démission

Lettre recommandée avec avis de réception ou lettre remise en main propre contre décharge Monsieur, J'ai l'honneur de vous notifier ma décision de démissionner du poste de ................ que j'occupe actuellement dans votre entreprise. 1re hypothèse : pas de demande de dispense de préavis ...

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Refus de modification de contrat de travail

Lettre recommandée avec avis de réception Monsieur, J'ai reçu un courrier, en date du (indiquer la date), mentionnant (expliquer quelle est la nature de la modification proposée). ...

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Lettre d'engagement (salarié - Employeur)

La société RCS Fait à ... , le ... M ..., J'ai le plaisir de vous confirmer votre engagement dans notre société en qualité de ... , au coefficient de ... pour une durée indéterminée à compter du ... Nous avons pris note des renseignements suivants vous concernant ... Cet engagement est conclu sous réserve d'une période d'essai de ... mois de...

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Promesse d'embauche

Lettre recommandée avec avis de réception Monsieur, Nous avons le plaisir de vous confirmer votre engagement dans notre société en vue d'occuper le poste de (l'employeur indique ici l'emploi proposé). ...

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Charms and amulets

In popular religion, devices to assure the everyday protection of GOD or the gods. Charms are properly words or simple practices of quasi-magical signifi cance that are said or done to this effect, such as the frequent chanting of a mantra or short PRAYER under one's breath as one goes about daily work, or saying "Bless you!" to a person who has sneezed (originally...

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Charismatic movement

A Christian movement, emphasizing emotional, demonstrative religious practices that began in the 1960s. It is similar to PENTECOSTALISM but is found in other Christian communities. "Charisma" is originally a Greek word; it refers to a gift of grace. People in the charismatic movement see behavior such as speaking in tongues, faith healing, vigorous weeping, or laughing as gifts of the Holy Spirit. They differ from Pentecostals by...

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Celtic religion

The religion of the people who lived in France and Britain at the time of the Roman conquest. The Romans called the Celts Galli, in English, Gauls. The Celts spoke a language related to German, Latin, Greek, Persian, and even Sanskrit, the classical language of India. Many people have noticed intriguing similarities between Celtic and ancient Indian culture. These include similarities in religion and mythology. At fi...

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Celibacy

The state of remaining unmarried and abstaining from sex for religious reasons. In some religions living in a state of celibacy is considered the way of perfection and the state appropriate to its leaders or its most dedicated practitioners. Examples of religious celibates are priests and MONKS AND NUNS of ROMAN CATHOLICISM; bishops, monks, and nuns in EASTERN ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY; Buddhist monks and nuns; Taoist...

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Cats and religion

The symbolism and role of the cat in religion. The cat, an animal at once mysterious, independent, and familiar, has long been felt to have special spiritual power. In ancient Egypt, the GODDESS of pleasure, Bast, was symbolized by a cat, and her temple was full of sacred cats, which were mummifi ed after death (see EGYPTIAN RELIGION). On the other hand, in medieval Europe,...

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Cathedral

A type of church building in Christianity. It gets its name because it contains the cathedra or "chair" of the bishop. Bishops are religious leaders in Catholic, Orthodox, and some forms of Protestant CHRISTIANITY. They have charge of all the churches in a certain area. In the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches the area is known as a diocese. Other branches of Christianity use other...

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Caste in Hinduism

Traditional social grouping in India into which persons are born. Each group ranks higher or lower than other groups in terms of its RITUAL purity. Thus, a caste is distinguished by limiting participation in rituals, including marriage and eating together, to members of the caste, as well as by specifi c occupations. The term "caste" usually refers to two distinct but related ways of organizing...

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Carnival

In Latin countries, a festival held just before the beginning of the fasting season of LENT. During Carnival, joviality and rich foods, including meat, are enjoyed for the last time until EASTER. Mardi Gras in New Orleans is a good example. By extension, though, Carnival can be taken to refer to a type of festival found throughout the religious world, such as holi in...

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Cargo cults

Groups believing that the gods will send wonderful cargoes to their followers, often native peoples in colonialized lands. Throughout parts of the world under colonial rulers, especially in the area of Indonesia and the South Pacifi c, religious movements have arisen based on the promise of a prophet that rich cargoes were on their way to the impoverished natives. Although comparable movements can be found...

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Cannibalism and religion

The eating of human fl esh by other humans. It has been practiced in a variety of places throughout human history for many reasons, only some of which can be considered religious. In extreme circumstances it has been done just to survive. In some cultures parts of the bodies of defeated enemies have been eaten simply to degrade them and demonstrate the completeness of the...

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Religion in Canada

The complex religious heritage of the nation of Canada. For thousands of years before European contact, Native Americans dwelling in what is now Canada practiced various forms of Native American Religions. In the far north, in areas bordering the Arctic Ocean, this heritage has been Inuit (Eskimo). Inuit spiritual practice has particularly involved hunting religion (see PRIMAL RELIGION) and SHAMANISM. The Native American religious heritage, evidenced...

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Canaanite religion

The religion of Palestine and Syria during the third and second millennia (3000–1001) B.C.E. In the fi rst millennium B.C.E. Canaanite religion came into confl ict with the worship of YHWH ("the Lord"), especially in the northern kingdom of Israel. Technically, the name "Canaanite" applies only to the ancient inhabitants of Palestine. But people also use it for all peoples and settlements that spoke languages known...

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John Calvin

Calvin, John (1509–1564) one of the most important leaders of the Protestant REFORMATION Calvin was born and educated in France. His father, a lawyer, had the young Calvin prepare fi rst for a career in the church, then for one in law. When his father died in 1531, Calvin turned from law to humanism, that is, to the study of the classics of ancient...

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Cakras

A Sanskrit word meaning "wheels" or "discuses." In Hindu Tantrism, cakras (chakras) are energy centers of what is known as the subtle or psychic body. Tantrism usually identifi es six cakras. They are arranged along the spinal column as follows: the base of the spine, the region of the navel, the heart, the throat, the area between or above the eyebrows, and the fontanelle on...

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Buddhist festivals

Festivals play a very important role in the life of Buddhists. It is diffi cult, however, to generalize about them. The different schools—Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana— celebrate different festivals (see MAHAYANA BUDDHISM, THERAVADA BUDDHISM, and VAJRAYANA BUDDHISM). So do different regions, such as Sri Lanka, Burma, and Thailand, all countries where Theravada predominates. In most places Buddhists celebrate festivals according to a lunar calendar in which the...

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Buddhism

Buddhism in America Interest in and practice of BUDDHISM in the Western Hemisphere. This entry concentrates on Buddhism in the United States. Buddhism was already in the United States in the 19th century (1800s). On the East Coast some educated Americans of European descent showed an interest in it. They included the "New England transcendentalists," a group of writers who gathered around Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–82)...

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