• Rule Making Public Information Comments
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    "Simply put, our goal is to make your government more accessible to all Americans." -President George W. Bush, March 2002 Thesis Although E-rule making has its flaws, it nevertheless warrants a try because it will help to legitimize democracy. E-rule making promotes the legitimization of democracy by lowering information costs, increasing public participation, and improving deliberation and communication between different members of society. Until recently, information technology has been servin...
  • Lab Protocols Rule Safety Environment
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    Lab Protocols Through trial and error my class and I have learned that screwing around and misbehave ing in lab not only results in multiple page papers, but can also be harmful, dangerous, and costly to our teacher and school. There are many rules or 'protocols' that should be followed in a. In this situation there are ten basic rules that must be followed at all times while participating in lab experiments. These are here for our own safety and should be followed for this reason. The first rul...
  • Ireland Home Rule
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    IRELAND 1909-1914 Ireland has been in conflict for over seven centuries, in this essay I will attempt to describe the events which occurred in Ireland and what is now Northern Ireland between 1909 and 1914. Tension between the Irish people had always been existent but with the advent of the Home Rule bill the people had an excuse to fight. The reasons for tension throughout the ages in Ireland can be pinpointed to the fact that there are two opposing religions that are the main two religions in ...
  • Title Down Ass Bitch
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    Artist: Ja Rule Album: Pain is Love Title: Down Ass Bitch feat. Charli Baltimore (Ja Rule - talking) Ja Rule, Chuck B-more Every thug needs a lady And every thug needs a down ass bitch, huh, feel me Every thug needs a lady Baby I'm convinced, you my down ass bitch (Chorus - Ja Rule) Baby say yeah, (baby say yeah) If you'd lie for me, like you lov in me Baby say yeah, (baby say yeah) If you'd die for me, like you cry for me Baby say yeah, (baby say yeah) If you'd kill for me, like you comfort me ...
  • On The Legitimacy Of The Exclusionary Rule
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    The proposition that the exclusionary rule should be abolished is absolutely preposterous. In fact, there are few rules that are as useful in protecting the rights of the general public. Unfortunately, there are many who believe, for a number of reasons, that the exclusionary rule does more harm than good, and that American society suffers needlessly for the sake of protecting the rights of those who violate its laws. Opponents of the exclusionary rule perceive its gains to be dubious; its costs...
  • Richard Iii Despot Rule
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    Richard III Michael Williams In William Shakespeare's Richard III, we see Shakespeare's interpretation of despot rule and the parallels that stem from this interpretation. The character type of Richard has been examined and marveled for thousands of years. From Plato's examination of despot rule in the Republic, we see the motives of what drives despot rulers. A look at the background of Richard and how his upbringing and personal life contributed this insecurities will help to understand why so...
  • British Rule India Indian Colonial
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    In the approximately two hundred years of British rule in India, the British did many things that still have an impact on India. The civil service set up by the British has managed to survive relatively intact until the present day for example, and large parts of the Indian transport network were built under British supervision. Two hundred years of colonial rule must have a major effect on the colony, for it's people were not allowed to govern themselves; they had to rely on the colonial power ...
  • Jack Ralph Rule Conch
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    In "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding, a group of kids crash lands on an uninhabited island. As the time passes, two rival groups emerge, each having a leader with his own view on how to lead. Ralph's rule was democratic. He believed that order could be achieved by peaceful negotiations and reasoning. He got the kids to elect him as a chief rather than enforcing his own rule. He attempted to achieve order by performing peaceful talks during his assemblies. For discipline, he relied on his c...
  • Israeli Rule Palestinian Years Thousand
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    Important statistics that will make you think Source: web During 20 years of Arab rule Palestinian male life expectancy grew from 42 to 44. During the next 20 years of Israeli rule Palestinian male life expectancy grew from 44 to 63. o During 20 years of Arab rule Palestinian female life expectancy grew from 45 to 46. During the next 20 years of Israeli rule Palestinian female life expectancy grew from 46 to 67. o During 20 years of Arab rule Palestinian infant mortality rate decreased from 200 ...
  • Xml Form Grammar Rule Abnf
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    It's not my p[a per/ I just find it in the internet/Abstract This document defines syntax for representing grammars for use in speech recognition so that developers can specify the words and patterns of words to be listened for by a speech recognizer. The syntax of the grammar format is presented in two forms, an Augmented BNF Form and an XML Form. The specification makes the two representations mappable to allow automatic transformations between the two forms. Status of this Document This secti...
  • History And Rules Of Tennis
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    all info from web 1913 An international conference is held between 12 nations in Paris, and, from this, the International Lawn Tennis Federation (as it is first known) evolves. March, 1923 The Annual General Meeting in Paris draws up the official ILTF Rules of Tennis which are implemented from 1 January, 1924. The United States joins the ILTF, making the organisation truly international. March, 1923 The Annual General Meeting in Paris draws up the official ILTF Rules of Tennis which are implemen...
  • Pro Exclusionary Searches Police Rule
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    Pro Exclusionary Rule agree with the exclusionary rule, though there may be few things to take into consideration. There are two reasons for the exclusionary rule. One is the idea that this is similar to other parts of the law, where a person cannot benefit by his own bad behavior. Here, the police should not benefit from an illegal search. The second reason is that we want to prevent the police from making illegal searches. This is a good motivation, since we want to avoid illegal searches. We...
  • The Exclusionary Rule Evidence Police Law
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    In 1914, during the Supreme Court case Weeks versus the United States, the exclusionary rule was established (Hendrie 1). The exclusionary rule was a part of the Fourth Amendment. It states that evidence found at a crime scene is not admissible if it was not found under the correct procedures. This means that the government cannot conduct illegal searches of a person or place and use evidence that is found at that time. The government must go through the procedures of obtaining warrants or have ...
  • Olympic Size Nhl Rule Crease
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    Changes In The NHL In the past there were more goals, less penalties, and never any talk about an Olympic size rink, all that has changed in the last few years. The NHL has changed since the introduction of, the new crease rule, the enforcement of obstruction, and the request for an Olympic size rink. The new crease rule is the most controversial rule change that the NHL has ever introduced. There has been less goals since the players have not been allowed to have even a toe in the goal crease w...
  • Majority Vs Minorities Minority Rule People
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    The majority and the minority bring forth change in policy in a democratic society. Majority rule means that, if there were an over whelming amount of support on a issue their voices would be heard by the government. Our government is run on a majority rule. People in our society elect officials and put their faiths in them to make their choices. In a majority rule the basic concept of democracy is that the people ultimately rule. The Government passes laws that appear to be the "deliberative wi...
  • Joseph Stalin Rule Lenins Lenin
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    Joseph Stalin, originally Ios if Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili, is one of the most hated man in history because of his Communist rule over Russia and his massacre of millions of people. Stalin life began on December 21, 1879 in Gori, Georgia. His family was very poor shoemaker who drank heavily and beat Stalin frequently. At the age of fourteen Stalin's father died and Stalin was sent to a seminary to join the priesthood. He was later kicked out for revolutionary activity. After being expelled he ...
  • Prevent Disorder Immorality Rule Machiavelli
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    Throughout The Prince and The Discourses of Livy, Niccolo Machiavelli demonstrates multiple theories and advocacies as to why popular rule is important to the success of a state. Popular rule is a term that will be used to define an indirect way to govern the people of a state. In order to rule the masses, a leader must please the people or revolts will occur, causing mayhem and a lack of stability in one^aEURTMs state. During both written works, Machiavelli stresses the importance of obedience ...
  • Demonic Situations Permission Rule
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    Assertion that cognition in de ontic situations involves utilities is further supported by various research on the topic. Johnson-Laird, Legrenzi, and Legrenzi (1972), for example, asked testees to pretend being postal workers who had to spot envelopes that violated the rule: If a letter is sealed, then it has a 50 lire stamp on it. Similarly, Griggs and Cox asked their subjects to be cops to determine potential rule breakers, the condition was: If a person is drinking alcohol, then that person ...
  • Legal Evolution Of The Exclusionary Rule
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    The Constitution of the United States was designed to protect citizens' civil rights from infringement by the government and law enforcement agencies. The Constitution guarantees that the civil liberties of the people of this country shall be respected and upheld. That fact is often considered to be common knowledge and taken for granted by the vast majority of the population. However it was not always that way. American legislation is constantly growing and developing. New rules and practices a...
  • Home Rule Ireland Irish Ulster
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    The Irish problem was very serious to the Liberal government. Ireland was almost in a state of civil war and probably would have ended up in civil war had World War One not begun when it did. Militant groups armed themselves and the country was split over the issue of home rule. Unionists were dedicated to remaining a part of the United Kingdom while Nationalists were strongly in favour of an Irish republic which was independent of the United Kingdom. Each group had support and each group was a...