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When Students Turn to Terror: Terrorist and Extremist Activity on British CampusesWhen Students Turn to Terror: Terrorist and Extremist Activity on British Campuses
All views expressed in this publication are those of the authors, not those of the Social Affairs Unit, its Trustees, Advisers or Director
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The Economics of Capital Punishment by Richard PosnerThe Economics of Capital Punishment by Richard Posner
Williams has brought renewed controversy to the practice of capital punishment, which has been abolished in about a third of the states and in most of the nations that the United States considers its peers
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Joseph mcintyre, executor of estate of margaret mcintyre, deceased, petitioner V. Ohio elections commissionJoseph mcintyre, executor of estate of margaret mcintyre, deceased, petitioner V. Ohio elections commission
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Past Papers, Marks Scheme indicative content and examiners Report comments June 2010 aPast Papers, Marks Scheme indicative content and examiners Report comments June 2010 a
A how far did ‘peaceful coexistence’ ease Cold War tensions between the Soviet Union and the usa in the years 1953–61?
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Heuni paper No. 11 Anticipating instead of Preventing: Using the Potential of Crime Risk Assessment in Order to Minimize the Risks of Organized and Other Types of Cri­me Seppo Leppä The European Institute for Crime Prevention and ControlHeuni paper No. 11 Anticipating instead of Preventing: Using the Potential of Crime Risk Assessment in Order to Minimize the Risks of Organized and Other Types of Cri­me Seppo Leppä The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control
Assessing organized crime risks in the context of legislative reforms; presentation of a potential method for anticipation 8
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Filed united States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit January 5, 2006Filed united States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit January 5, 2006
David yocom, Salt Lake District Attorney, jon huntsman, jr., Governor of the State of Utah, mark shurtleff, Attorney General of the State of Utah, and roger blaylock, Deputy Salt Lake District Attorney
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Proliferation revisitedProliferation revisited
Scott D. Sagan and Kenneth N. Waltz, The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: a debate Renewed
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Fuzile mhlakazaFuzile mhlakaza
No 1 was sentenced cumulatively to 62 years of which 15 years were suspended; No 2, who was similarly sentenced to 62 years, had 20 years of this sentence suspended and a further two years were ordered to run concurrently
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