It was a “resolution” of an investigation into the sexual harassment climate at the school and its “compliance review” of officials’ actions.“Sexual harassment is unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature.“Furthermore,” the letter claimed, “as we have said in the past, OCR’s regulations and policies do not require or prescribe speech, conduct or harassment codes that impair the exercise of rights protected under the First Amendment.” The letter was a response to the backlash from the Department of Education advisory to the University of Montana regarding sexual harassment cases.
“We have always maintained that the civil rights laws OCR enforces must be interpreted in ways that are consistent with constitutionally protected First Amendment rights,” the office said.
Breakthrough: In January of last year, Roman Sidorenko and Alexander Kukhtenko (pictured) had an idea to break their sexual dry spells - to create 'Pure' as an app for no-thrills-not-strings attached sex'These apps are tapping into this perception that people are looking for casual sex, but most people are using these apps as a gateway to something longer term,' says Lauren Kay, the founder of the Dating Ring, a start-up that pairs algorithmic date-finding with old-fashioned in-person matchmaking.
Synonyms: flirt, dally, toy, trifle These verbs mean to deal lightly, casually, or flippantly with someone or something: flirted with the idea of getting a job; dallied with playing in a band; toyed with the problem; a person not to be trifled with.act, move - perform an action, or work out or perform (an action); "think before you act"; "We must move quickly"; "The governor should act on the new energy bill"; "The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel" with Hetty was a very different affair from flirting with a pretty girl of his own station: that was understood to be an amusement on both sides, or, if it became serious, there was no obstacle to marriage.
Even Lewis Carroll might have had trouble fathoming the complex, conflict-driven world of lobsters.
Trevor Corson, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based journalist and editor, spent two years as a lobsterman in Little Cranberry Island, Maine, before writing the recently published The Secret Life of Lobsters: How Fishermen and Scientists Are Unraveling the Mysteries of Our Favorite Crustacean (Harper Collins).