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Certified for publicationCertified for publication
It is ordered that the opinion filed herein on February 25, 2016, be modified as follows
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In examining what it is that makes America unique, by the same token, it is easy to indulge in a certain amount of chest thumping and self-congratulatory hoo-ha
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Be it enacted by the general assembly of the state of iowaBe it enacted by the general assembly of the state of iowa
An Act relating to standard valuation and standard forfeiture provisions for life insurance policies or contracts and including applicability provisions
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Russian Revolution of 1917Russian Revolution of 1917
The two successful revolutions of 1917 are referred to collectively as the Russian Revolution
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Cross-Border Assistance in Emergencies: The New England/Eastern Canadian ModelCross-Border Assistance in Emergencies: The New England/Eastern Canadian Model
Depending upon the type and scale of the emergency, state-level resources such as hazardous materials teams may be called in, and assistance may be needed from outside the local area or from outside the state
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Opening Address First Public Seminar, Melbourne, 16 August 2001Opening Address First Public Seminar, Melbourne, 16 August 2001
Speakers from Canberra might be expected to address lessons arising from the Commonwealth experience. But I want to begin by taking note of the act experience in self-government, which is an object lesson in not having an upper house
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Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting PolicyChild Abuse Prevention and Reporting Policy
In adopting this policy, we accept the responsibility to educate ourselves about child abuse, and to take the steps that are necessary to assure the policy’s successful implementation
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Anna Baggio The Ring of Fire Mining Project Recap by Michael FrindAnna Baggio The Ring of Fire Mining Project Recap by Michael Frind
The mining claims staked out over the past half-decade form a crescent-shaped swath, roughly 60 kilometres wide, that was named the Ring of Fire by Richard Nemis, a lawyer, businessperson, and self-taught explorationist
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The Congo: From Leopold to LumumbaThe Congo: From Leopold to Lumumba
European occupation of Africa. The legacy of this period gives rise to persistent problems in the Congo and throughout Africa. Understanding the roots and causes of this event, as focused through the lense of the Congo
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The Montana University System and Firearms Authority, Policy, Discussion and ConclusionsThe Montana University System and Firearms Authority, Policy, Discussion and Conclusions
This paper will discuss the treatment of firearms by the Montana university system, the authorities available, the policies applied, discussion of the reasonableness of any regulatory effort, and conclusions
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Document on Violence against Women with Disabilities Produced by the International Network of Women with Disabilities (inwwd)Document on Violence against Women with Disabilities Produced by the International Network of Women with Disabilities (inwwd)
I just gave in to shut him up. He would exert control over me by preventing me from leaving rooms, throwing or breaking my crutches. Once he cut my clothes off me while slept
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Not to be published in official reportsNot to be published in official reports
California Rules of Court, rule 1115(a), prohibits courts and parties from citing or relying on opinions not certified for publication or ordered published, except as specified by rule 1115(b)
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State board of education administrative codeState board of education administrative code
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U. S. Department of State, are to create a more secure, democratic, and prosperous world for the benefit of theU. S. Department of State, are to create a more secure, democratic, and prosperous world for the benefit of the
American business abroad; International commodity agreements; international education; and protection of American citizens abroad and expatriation. American foreign policy has been the subject of much debate
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