Aquatalia Quilted Leather Boots Cheapest Price Cheap Price Cheap Price Low Shipping Fee With Paypal Cheap Online Free Shipping Deals EWAogV

SKU0485817
Aquatalia Quilted Leather Boots Cheapest Price Cheap Price Cheap Price Low Shipping Fee With Paypal Cheap Online Free Shipping Deals EWAogV
Aquatalia Quilted Leather Boots
Skip to main content

Free Shipping + Free Returns

Breathe easy, it's on us.

  • women
  • men
  • girls
  • collections
  • community

For each error object, references to NativeError in the definition should be replaced with the appropriate error object name from 15.11.6 .

When a NativeError constructor is called as a function rather than as a constructor, it creates and initialises a new object. A call of the object as a function is equivalent to calling it as a constructor with the same arguments.

The [[Prototype]] internal property of the newly constructed object is set to the prototype object for this error constructor. The [[Class]] internal property of the newly constructed object is set to " Error " . The [[Extensible]] internal property of the newly constructed object is set to true .

When a NativeError constructor is called as part of a new expression, it is a constructor: it initialises the newly created object.

The [[Prototype]] internal property of the newly constructed object is set to the prototype object for this NativeError constructor. The [[Class]] internal property of the newly constructed object is set to " Error " . The [[Extensible]] internal property of the newly constructed object is set to true .

The value of the [[Prototype]] internal property of a NativeError constructor is the Function prototype object ( 15.3.4 ).

Besides the internal properties and the length property (whose value is 1 ), each NativeError constructor has the following property:

The initial value of NativeError .prototype is a NativeError prototype object ( 15.11.7.7 ). Each NativeError constructor has a separate prototype object.

Each NativeError prototype object is an Error object (its [[Class]] is " Error " ).

The value of the [[Prototype]] internal property of each NativeError prototype object is the standard built-in Error prototype object ( 15.11.4 ).

The initial value of the constructor property of the prototype for a given NativeError constructor is the NativeError constructor function itself ( 15.11.7 ).

The initial value of the name property of the prototype for a given NativeError constructor is the name of the constructor (the name used instead of NativeError ).

The initial value of the message property of the prototype for a given NativeError constructor is the empty String.

NOTE The prototypes for the NativeError constructors do not themselves provide a function, but instances of errors will inherit it from the Error prototype object.

NativeError instances inherit properties from their NativeError prototype object and their [[Class]] internal property value is "Error" . NativeError instances have no special properties.

Prev Next

Our Brand and History

Safety, technology and design.The three pillars of strength ofthe SsangYong brand

Read More >

CEO's Message

Satisfaction of the highestlevel, best value, growth andprosperity for all society

News and Press Releases

Latest industry news andpress releases relating toSsangYong vehicles

Motorshows and Reviews

Motorshow news showcasingSsangYong, and reviews oncurrent and future models

Our Brand

The SsangYong brand is built on three pillars:

Safety When you drive a SsangYong off the showroom floor, you can be sure you're driving a vehicle that has undergone rigorous testing procedures under the most extreme operating conditions in North America, the Middle East, East Asia, and Scandinavia. We test our cars again and again to achieve the highest possible standards of performance, reliability and safety. It's one of the reasons SsangYong Motors was awarded the ISO9001 certification, a first in the Korean automobile industry.

Safety

Technology Our vehicles are made with you in mind, which is why we don't just use technology for technology's sake. At SsangYong Motor, we use technology to meet human needs. Our focus is on:

Technology

Design You dream it. We create it.

Design

It's what we live by at SsangYong Motor. Our designs are inspired by you, our customers. We draw our inspiration from your insights, your physical and emotional needs and the things you've always dreamed of in a car. Then, we create your dreams, using our unique SUV/RV development capability to produce original designs that continually improve and advance our vehicles.

Our History

The SsangYong story began with a small workshop and a big dream. When we opened the Ha Dong-Hwan Motor Workshop in 1954, our goal was to be a world-class automotive company. Now, 50 years later, we are a company that is 5000 people strong, our workshop is now a 992000m 2 plant in Pyeongtaek and our brand has come to be recognised around the world for quality and excellence.

The Ha Dong-Hwan Motor Workshop was founded

It became the first company in Korea to manufacture and export buses

Acquired Geohwa Co. Ltd. and the regular manufacture of 4-wheel drive vehicles began

Name changed SsangYong Motor Company

Partnered with Mercedes Benz AG

The SsangYong Musso was launched, putting Korean 4WD vehicles on the map

Completed construction of SsangYong Motor’s Changwon Engine Plant, which enabled the production of its own engines

The luxurious SUV, the Rexton, was launched

The Chairman, a premium passenger sedan, was launched

Classic Sorel Kinetic LowTop Sneakers w/ Tags Largest Supplier Wide Range Of Online Cheap Sale Purchase Cheap Big Discount LZBnx

We put quality independent journalism at the service of the most vulnerable people on Earth. Support our work

Return to the homepage

The inside story on emergencies

Advanced Search

Please choose your preferred language

Browse by theme

Browse by region

Browse by type

In-depth

Crocs Isabella Cutout Strappy Sandal Womens Footlocker Pictures Sale Online yvcKmBnml
Ben Parker/IRIN

Senior Editor

Contact: WhatsApp/Signal/SMS:+44 7808 791 267

ROSEAU, 22 September 2017

In a rare live-blog from the prime minister of a country grappling with disaster, Dominica’s Roosevelt Skerrit described his own roof being torn off by Hurricane Maria. He has now confirmed 25 deaths and says his small Caribbean nation, population 73,000, will be building back “from zero”.

As soon as a fixed-wing aircraft could land at Canefield Airport near the capital, Roseau, IRIN on Thursday became one of the first news organisations to see the devastation first-hand, joining a team of international aid workers assessing needs and offering support.

Ben Parker/IRIN

At the airstrip, the shoreline is littered with huge yellow tree trunks. Seen from the air, the mountains are browned by the stripping of leaves; a flotilla of thousands more trunks and branches, stripped of bark, bobs in the turquoise waters.

In the capital itself, the atmosphere is edgy – a curfew has been set for 4pm to 8am, and there are reports of looting. Several officials say they’ve heard gunshots. Beyond criminality are tension, fear, and trauma, among people jostling to scoop water from burst water mains, still lacking news about their friends and family.

Roads are jammed with cars navigating tree trunks, crushed vehicles, and heaps of mud. A new bridge has collapsed. Police and soldiers guard key intersections and sites. Families are on the move with wheelbarrows and shopping carts in shock and desperation. In quieter neighbourhoods, after days of rain, some households are drying out their belongings in the sun.

Foreigners cluster in smashed-up hotels, at the stadium, and at the seaport, trying to get a ride out.

Ben Parker/IRIN

A Nigerian medical student, Adeleye Adeleke, tells IRIN he can’t find a replacement for his asthma inhalers, his landlady’s top floor is gone, he’s lost papers and possessions and he wants out – “right now”.

Adeleke says he saw the supermarket at the end of his street being looted but that security forces have regained control and set up checkpoints. But “there’s nothing to buy, no clean water to drink,” he adds.

Environmental health officer Selma Charles is “bunking up with a neighbour”. Her house? “Roof totally gone. Everything gone. Totally gone.” On the whole, she says Dominicans are pulling through, although it’s “really sad and painful”. In her professional view, the water safety issue is already becoming critical. “The water started smelling,” she says, adding that dead animals could contaminate the supply.

SAIS Europe Bologna Center via Beniamino Andreatta, 3 (formerly via Belmeloro, 11) 40126 Bologna, Italy +39.051.2917.811