The Sims 3 Store set Tutors of Tudor included this dress. It has been converted before, I made the original version (50 swatches), a version where the accessories (scarf and towel) are removed, for more versatility, and a version without the apron. I love the dress, it can be useful in so many eras!
In December 1992, the New York Times, among others, reported that NHL had settled the action. (SBCL Ex. 16, Calvin Sims, Company to Pay $110 Million in Health-Claims Fraud Suit, New York Times, Dec. 19, 1992.) In announcing the settlement on December 8, 1992, the U.S. Attorney in San Diego stated that the government was "investigating other companies for similar activity." (SBCL Ex. 15, Dana Priest, Lab Firm to Pay 110 Million in Blood Test Fraud: Company Also Admits Felonies in Billing For Unnecessary *120 Work, Wash. Post, Dec. 19, 1992.) The U.S. Attorney further stated that the "criminal practices that [NHL] has admitted... are not unique to [NHL]. Indeed [he] would go so far as to say that, in one form or another, these are industry-wide practices." (Id.)
Descriptions, objectives, pay rates and hourly shifts are meant to reflect historical accuracy. The Peteran and Jacoban branches of the Priest career are based on the careers from The Sims Medieval, and the images used for both come from TSM wiki.
Attempts were made to use gender neutral language in every career, but the Priest career especially made that difficult. There are no gendered pronouns in the career descriptions, including the Midwife career, which uses neutral terms in place of mother/father to fit your diverse Simming needs. d2c66b5586