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YOU CAN T SAY THAT?!

YOU CAN T SAY THAT?!

Legal experts see the Goldman v. Weinberger decision primarily as a case standing for the general principle that First Amendment rights are circumscribed in the military. “When you put this case together with O’Lone (O’Lone v. Shabazz, a 1987 case about religious freedom in prison), you see that free expression is tempered in certain contexts,” said Robert O’Neil, founder of the Virginia-based Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression. “It refl ects something that I fi nd in the Native American cases — a reluctance on the Court’s part to give credibility to non-Christian faiths.”
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You can t say I didn t warn you and now look at you. All scrunched up like so much discarded paper. Well! Now your here and in big trouble I d say.

You can t say I didn t warn you and now look at you. All scrunched up like so much discarded paper. Well! Now your here and in big trouble I d say.

“Why don’t you go outside and make some observations out there. See if there is a way out and find some water. Why don’t you do something useful for a change instead of making snide remarks?” The cat winked out, leaving her alone in the tiny room to contemplate her mission. Somehow, and Susan still wasn’t sure about this, she had found herself in a, for want of a better description, adult fairy tale. Her only chance of returning to her own time and space was to find and steal the pearl of wisdom. The cat was right though, so far, she had not done very well in the ‘adventuring lark’. Her first encounter after being given instructions in the ‘Ice Palace’ by the Green Queen; had been in the tunnels of Green Mountain.
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You Can t Say that at SAHANZ : Critical Nearness and the Role of Autoethnography in Architectural History

You Can t Say that at SAHANZ : Critical Nearness and the Role of Autoethnography in Architectural History

draws on the widespread antagonism to public participation and popular culture. In an era of internet communication that has disrupted the traditional boundaries between authority and audience it is perhaps not surprising that there is a resistance to revealing the practice of architectural history. Rigour within our discipline is seldom expressed as an explicit set of rules, rather, it is known—and easily identified—by those who practise it. This embedded knowledge remains somehow secreted within the discipline itself. But here lies the opportunity. By opening up these processes to others, we may enable their participation. The embrace of citizen scientists can make science more relevant to us all. Similarly, citizen architectural history has the potential of opening up the discipline. Otherwise, we run the risk of remaining relevant to few. Autoethnography, used instrumentally can enable us to understand the culture of architectural history,
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Patrick's First 100 Days 4/8/2007, UNH Survey Center

Patrick's First 100 Days 4/8/2007, UNH Survey Center

“Governor Patrick has received attention for some of the decisions he has made in recent months. For each of the following, please tell me, in your opinion, if you feel that the issue is important or not important.” “He hired a $72,000 a year aide to handle scheduling for his wife. In your opinion, is this issue important or not important or have you not heard much about this?”

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What You Don t Know Can Hurt You: The Collateral Consequences of a Conviction in Florida

What You Don t Know Can Hurt You: The Collateral Consequences of a Conviction in Florida

remediator or mold assessor. This includes, but is not limited to: fraud, theft, burglary, bribery, arson, dealing in stolen property, forgery, uttering a forged instrument, sexual battery, lewd conduct, child or adult abuse, murder, manslaughter, assault, battery, and perjury. An applicant can also be disqualified based on a pattern of unlawful behavior. Fla. Admin. Code r. 61-31.101. Real Estate Appraisers: An applicant for a license in real estate appraisal may be denied a license if he or she has been previously found guilty of fraud, misrepresentation, concealment, false promises, false pretenses, dishonest conduct, culpable negligence, or breach of trust in any business transaction. An applicant may also be denied a license, or a licensee may have his or her license suspended or revoked, following a conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude or fraudulent or dishonest conduct regardless of adjudication. § 475.624.
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You can`t fool me! Or can you? Assimilation and contrast effects on consumers` evaluations of product authenticity in the online environment

You can`t fool me! Or can you? Assimilation and contrast effects on consumers` evaluations of product authenticity in the online environment

Thus, the relatedness between the items being compared is key to determining whether a contrast or assimilation effect will occur. In discussing relatedness, Shen et al. (2010) state, “Two experiences can be related either conceptually (e.g., if they belong to naturally related categories, such as sports and shoes), perceptually (e.g., through the use of cosmetic features, such as a common border) or experientially (e.g., when people try to form a narrative of the two experiences)” (p. 881). Though these three conceptual distinctions should impact evaluations of authenticity in similar ways, their practical utility in the marketplace may look very different.
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“Until the trial is complete you can’t really say whether it helped you or not, can you?”: exploring cancer patients’ perceptions of taking part in a trial of acupressure wristbands

“Until the trial is complete you can’t really say whether it helped you or not, can you?”: exploring cancer patients’ perceptions of taking part in a trial of acupressure wristbands

“One of the biggest concerns I had when I was approaching having chemotherapy was purely based on what you hear from other people, and nausea kept coming up all the time. So, again, I thought well maybe there would be some benefits as well for me, because obviously that’s what the research was about.” [55 year old female receiving moderate emetogenic chemotherapy, allocated to receive no wristbands]. A minority of participants identified additional motiv- ational factors. These included the lack of any perceived risk of adverse effects from taking part in the trial, and a preconceived belief in the effectiveness and value of complementary therapies. For participants attending a hospital in one of the study sites, the dialogue with their medical consultant was also identified as influencing the decision of some patients to participate. Specifically, in- formation regarding additional funding which the hos- pital itself would receive from patients participating in clinical trials was an extra motivational factor.
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ITS NOT WHAT YOU SAY IT IS HOW YOU SAY IT: a study about the influence of narratives and message framing on charitable donations

ITS NOT WHAT YOU SAY IT IS HOW YOU SAY IT: a study about the influence of narratives and message framing on charitable donations

Contrastingly, donation intention and participant’s attitude towards the organization were not affected by message framing. There are several reasons that could be responsible for these findings. Firstly, using a gain frame may not be enough to create a distinct change within the participants. It might be the case that the individuals would rely on their chronic predominant orientation focus. Research has shown that around half of all people are gain focused, whilst the other half are loss focused (Higgins 1987; Lockwood, Jordan, and Kunda 2002). People who are gain focused, focus on what can be improved and achieved, while loss focused individuals try to avoid suffering. The use of gain frames will have little effect on those that are chronically loss focused and as such, this may have been responsible for the lack of findings in this area. Shiv, Edell and Payne (1997), found similar results as they state that the success of message framing is also highly dependent on the reader’s individual cognitive processing state.
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unitcircletrigreview

unitcircletrigreview

Angles can be measured in 2 ways, in degrees or in radians. The following picture shows the relationship between the two measurements for the most frequently used angles. Notice, degrees will always have the degree symbol above their measure, as in “452 ”, whereas radians are real number without any dimensions, so the number “5” without any symbol represents an angle of 5 radians.

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Everything you say ... And do not say ...: Essay on the History of Psychology of Testimony on Brazilian Criminology

Everything you say ... And do not say ...: Essay on the History of Psychology of Testimony on Brazilian Criminology

As an alternative to this ineffective procedure, Mira y Lopez indicates the prior recognition of the personality of the witness and their position on the situation in order to determine their intent with the testimony. The author distinguishes two methods: centrifugal and centripetal. The first, centrifugal, would be the traditional interrogation, that part of the criminal act, constructs its history and follows their lead. The questions that would be asked in case we are working on are of the following type: "S., what happened?", "Did you kill your husband?", "Where is the murder weapon?", "How do you explain that the knife was not found?" According Mira y Lopez, all this questioning would turn around the crime, so that the attentive and interested in hiding the truth witness could deny the evidence for the prosecution in a logical way, denying the truth or hiding the information.
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The nature of youth work in Northern Ireland : purpose, contribution and challenges

The nature of youth work in Northern Ireland : purpose, contribution and challenges

A second key value that youth workers sought to promote was that of empowerment. Many of the workers interviewed made explicit reference to the importance of encouraging young people to take control of their own lives, not least because of the perceived effects of social disadvantage. However, the research points to problems with raising young people’s efficacy and expectations. The youth worker working within a school points to a conundrum whereby young people are explicitly encouraged to be autonomous, yet the system requires them in most instances to be compliant. It is difficult to see how such values can be successfully taught if there is nowhere for young people to practice these skills or they are reproved for using them. This is not to say that the underlying principles advocated in schools are in any way detrimental to the development of many young people. But for some the context is incongruent with other social disadvantages they have to deal with. In the second in- depth interview an even more serious concern was raised. Acknowledging the problems within the community in which he works, this youth worker suggested that raising young people’s expectations could not be his central concern. He suggested that the best he could do for young people was help them to increase their skills for coping with a life of chronic social disadvantage.
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You can find the PsA treatment support you want. You don t have to do this alone.

You can find the PsA treatment support you want. You don t have to do this alone.

Postmarketing cases of hepatosplenic T-cell lymphoma (HSTCL), a rare type of T-cell lymphoma that has a very aggressive disease course and is usually fatal, have been reported in patients treated with TNF blockers, including CIMZIA. The majority of reported TNF blocker cases occurred in adolescent and young adult males with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Almost all of these patients had received treatment with the immunosuppressants azathioprine and/or 6-mercaptopurine (6-MP) concomitantly with a TNF blocker at or prior to diagnosis. It is uncertain whether the occurrence of HSTCL is related to use of a TNF blocker or a TNF blocker in combination with these other
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can you differentiate with cloud? you can

can you differentiate with cloud? you can

Across the geographies we serve, the cloud computing requirements are quite different. In Europe, you see a mix of both public and private cloud computing environments. Customers are interested in public cloud services, on-site private clouds and hosted private clouds, and we work with them to develop the ideal solution based on their specific application requirements and security concerns.

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You say estren, I say estrogen  Let’s call the whole replacement off!

You say estren, I say estrogen Let’s call the whole replacement off!

Is there a subphenotype of endothelial dysfunction characterized by NO resistance? In  this  issue  of  the JCI,  Stasch  and  col- leagues present provocative findings that  clinical states of endothelial dysfunction  can be associated with the accumulation of  oxidized and heme-free sGC that cannot be  activated by NO (9). Indeed, the oxidation  of purified sGC enzyme, endothelial cells,  platelets, or aortic ring bioassay prepara- tions with 1H-[1,2,4]oxadiazolo [3,4-a]quin- oxalin-1-one (ODQ) or peroxynitrite pro- duces a state of NO resistance in which  both NO-dependent cGMP accumulation  and vasodilation are impaired. Remark- ably,  the  authors  provide  extensive  and  compelling  experimental  evidence  that  the  NO-  and  heme-independent  activa- tor  of  sGC,  4-[((4-carboxybutyl){2-[(4- phenethylbenzyl)oxy]  phenethyl}amino)  methyl [benzoic]acid (BAY 58-2667), can  potently bind to and activate these oxi- dized and/or heme-free sGCs, producing  selective sGC activation and vasodilation  of diseased blood vessels (Figure 1). This  binding also appears to inhibit ubiquitin- dependent sGC protein degradation. The  thesis  that  oxidized  and  heme-free  sGC  contributes to endothelial dysfunction in  clinical conditions is further supported by  in vivo and vascular ring experiments in the  spontaneously hypertensive rat, Watanabe  hyperlipidemic rabbits, and ApoE –/–  mice 
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[U367.Ebook] Fee Download Say It Sexy Say You Love Me Book 1 By Virna Depaul.pdf

[U367.Ebook] Fee Download Say It Sexy Say You Love Me Book 1 By Virna Depaul.pdf

I really liked this book. Although the characters were some what young and you don't expect this kind of maturity from 21-23 year olds, it fit the story line of them as actors playing college students. I loved the way bad-boy Garrick Maze was portrayed and how he handled being in the lime light once he realized his feelings for Gwen. Gwen comes from a family of 3 and as an only child her father has doted on her but also controlled almost every aspect of her life. His temper can be so bad he scares her into doing whatever he wants. And now she is expected to be the perfect young lady, with a pristine image while working/acting on this new young adult series. But the heart and body want what they want and they crave the flirty and sexy as sin Garrick. But secrets from the past will interfere with the budding romance and when Gwen's father finds out sparks are flying between the two he will stand at nothing to destroy them.
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Savings Plan. Grade Three. Overview. Lesson Objectives. Materials List. Large-Group Activity. Materials

Savings Plan. Grade Three. Overview. Lesson Objectives. Materials List. Large-Group Activity. Materials

Most people don’t have enough money to buy everything they want. They have to decide what they really need to buy and what they want to buy. Needs are something you must have for survival. Food and water are examples of needs. Without food, you would not be able to live. Wants are something that you would like to have, but are not necessary. You could do without them. Examples of wants are CDs and toys. Think about what the little boy’s father spent his money on. Were these things needs or wants?

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I say have you say tem: profiling verbs in children data in English and Portuguese

I say have you say tem: profiling verbs in children data in English and Portuguese

This investigation aims at producing a large- coverage profile of child verb usage that can in- form computational models of language acquisi- tion, by both reporting on preferences in child lan- guage as a whole and on a developmental level. This paper is structured as follows: in section 2 we report on the resources used for this investiga- tion, and the results are discussed in section 3. We finish with some conclusions and future work. 2 Resources

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Inequality and Growth: What Can the Data Say?

Inequality and Growth: What Can the Data Say?

So far, we have assumed that the evolution of the economy leaves the interest rate unchanged. Making the interest rate endogenous complicates matters substantially: Variants of the simple concave economy may no longer converge, even in the weaker sense of the long-run mean wealth being independent of the initial distribution of wealth. Intuitively, poor economies will tend to have high interest rates, and this in turn will make capital accumulation difficult (note that λ 0 < 0) and tend to keep the economy poor. 21 This effect reinforces the claim made above that inequality matters most in the poorest economies. 22 This economy can have a number of distinct steady states that are each locally isolated. This means that small changes in inequality can cause the economy to move towards a different and further away steady state, making it more likely that the relationship will be non-linear.
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Oh God - Can I Say That in Public

Oh God - Can I Say That in Public

Board of Education of the Township of Ewing, 12 would transform religious freedom into sep- aration with the following assertion: "[t]he 'establishment of religion' cla[r]

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You say Potato, I say Po Data:Physical Template Tools for Authoring Visualizations

You say Potato, I say Po Data:Physical Template Tools for Authoring Visualizations

One set of stamps stood out as radically different from the others: P10’s self-dubbed “ink-wells” (Fig. 1), made from hollowing the centers of potatoes and filling the depression with diluted paint. P10: “The other stamps that I made were ‘ink well stamps’ – honestly, that was just an experiment, but depending on how much I fill the well that’s how much water that would get splashed onto the thing, and that would sort of represent how much you spent...” We classify the stamp shapes into four categories: Icons, Geome- tries, Alphabet, and Others. Icons (35/71) are pictographic shapes that convey an established meaning, such as emojis. Geometric (24/71) shapes are simple shapes without a predefined meaning, such as a circle or star. Alphabet (3/71) shapes (i.e. letters) are part of an existing alphabet, but are not icons since they do not convey a pre-defined meaning. Lastly, Others (9/71) are shapes that fell outside of these categories, such as axes and ticks. We consider the “ink-wells” to fall under the Other category, as they are stamps in a very loose sense and do not stamp a specific pattern.
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