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In This Issue Client indemnification agreements be careful! Page 1 Review market explodes lots of work Page 4 Identity theft, forgeryIn This Issue Client indemnification agreements be careful! Page 1 Review market explodes lots of work Page 4 Identity theft, forgery
Editor's note: With more work going to amcs, be sure to consider their requirements. Liberty refers to the insurance company that lia uses. This article was originally written for their policy holders
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A discussion of crude oil prices, the relationship between prices and rig count and the outlook for the future of the petroleum industryA discussion of crude oil prices, the relationship between prices and rig count and the outlook for the future of the petroleum industry
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CitizenshipCitizenship
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Art vs. Propaganda: The 1920s Debate between Alain Locke and W. E. B duBoisArt vs. Propaganda: The 1920s Debate between Alain Locke and W. E. B duBois
Locke was an idealist who believed that art should be produced freely while DuBois felt that the art created should be used as propaganda. There was a very fine, almost invisible line separating their argument
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Economics and Art HistoryEconomics and Art History
Economists consider art history as descriptive. Their often-heavy use of mathematics, statistics and econometrics, and the very idea that economists look at (and study)
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Power Movements of the 1960s & 1970sPower Movements of the 1960s & 1970s
By 1965, African American civil rights leaders helped bring an end to & restrictions
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Chapter 2 Science and impacts of climate changeChapter 2 Science and impacts of climate change
If emissions continue to grow at current rates, warming is projected to increase rapidly over the 21st century, exceeding 2 degrees within the next few decades and foreseeably reaching 4 degrees or more by the end of the century
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September Quarter 2015September Quarter 2015
This is a text version of the Resources and Energy Quarterly – September 2015 publication. Figures summarising information in this report have been omitted from this version and are available in the pdf and accompanying Excel files on the Office of the Chief
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From the Turner Thesis to New Western History: a comparative Historiographical Study of the us frontier SynopsisFrom the Turner Thesis to New Western History: a comparative Historiographical Study of the us frontier Synopsis
From the Turner Thesis to New Western History: a comparative Historiographical Study of the us frontier
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Changing social norms on alternative care for children in cambodiaChanging social norms on alternative care for children in cambodia
When faced with an orphaned or vulnerable child, expectations are that extended family or the community provide care and protection for the child
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Chapter 17: Energy: Some BasicsChapter 17: Energy: Some Basics
Which of the following terms refers to energy that is stored; for example the gravitational energy of water behind a dam
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Working conditions in the early 20th century how were the factory owners able to staff their new factories?Working conditions in the early 20th century how were the factory owners able to staff their new factories?
However, working conditions in the early 20th century were very harsh. Because of the introduction of electricity, newer and even faster machines were developed to increase productivity. This in turn created even more demand for a cheap
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The predominant interests and character of Virginia have been agricultural ever since its establishment. InThe predominant interests and character of Virginia have been agricultural ever since its establishment. In
State. The total value of all property on these farms was $992,824,691, and the gross income from crops and livestock combined amounted to $154,38o
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World History Learning Objectives Historical Thinking and SkillsWorld History Learning Objectives Historical Thinking and Skills
Students apply skills by utilizing a variety of resources to construct theses and support or refute contentions made by others. Alternative explanations of historical events are analyzed and questions of historical inevitability are
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Understanding the Economics Standards for teachers in grades 9–12Understanding the Economics Standards for teachers in grades 9–12
Therefore, choices must be made on what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce. Choices must also be made at a personal level. There never seems to be enough money or time to have or to do everything one wants
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