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Military Law Review : April 1985 ; Volume 108: April 1985 ; Volume 108

By: Headquarters, Department of the Army

Description: A publication of the Army JAG school on military legal scholarship.

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A Treatise of Human Nature

By: David Hume

Excerpt: VOL. I OF THE UNDERSTANDING. ADVERTISEMENT. My design in the present work is sufficiently explained in the Introduction. The reader must only observe, that all the subjects I have there planned out to myself, are not treated of in these two volumes. The subjects of the Understanding and Passions make a compleat chain of reasoning by themselves; and I was willing to take advantage of this natural division, in order to try the taste of the public. If I have the go...

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Civil Procedure Reports : Containing Cases under the Code of Civil...

By: New York (State), Henry Huffman Browne, Courts, Rufus Leonard Scott, James Manford Kerr, Percival Soloman Menken
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Daffodeelia

By: Janaki Sooriyarachchi

Daffodeelia was a pretty little fairy. She was as pretty as the prettiest wildflower. Her hair was golden color, and her eyes were the deepest blue. She was always very happy and lively, and her smile was like a beautiful rainbow. Wherever she went, her merry laugh could be heard. Daffodeelia’s favorite hobby, was painting flowers. She had a lovely little paint bucket and a magical paintbrush. When she dipped the brush into the paint bucket and touched the flowers with j...

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How-To-Tutorials: Download MP3 to your PC

By: World Public Library

World Public Library series How-To-Tutorials. This is a step by step presentation on how to download MP3 Audio eBooks to your PC.

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The Beat Within 11.15 : Volume 11 ; Article 15 ; 2006: Volume 11,...

By: S. F. Youth Guidance Center

The Beat Within's mission is to provide incarcerated youth with consistent opportunity to share their ideas and life experiences in a safe space that encourages literacy, self-expression, some critical thinking skills, and healthy, supportive relationships with adults and their community. Outside of the juvenile justice system, The Beat Within partners with community organizations and individuals to bring resources to youth both inside and outside of detention. We are co...

Excerpt: Outside of the juvenile justice system, The Beat Within partners with community organizations and individuals to bring resources to youth.

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The Army Lawyer : April 1996 ; Da Pam 27-50-279: April 1996 ; DA P...

By: Ronald T. P. Alcala, Editor; Charles J. Strongs

Description: Law practice magazine published monthly by the Army JAG School.

The Army Review Boards Agency, commonly referred to as ARBA, contains fifteen boards that render decisions concerning military personnel issues. As the focus of this discussion is military personnel law, I will not discuss the Army Clemency and Parole Board, which I cover in a military justice course. In addition, because discussion of the issues involved in processing physical disability cases would exceed the time we have today, I will not discuss ARBA’s physical disab...

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State Magazine : Issue 557 ; June 2011: Issue 557 ; June 2011

By: Rob Wiley, Editor

Description: US Department of State magazine.

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Sea and Shore : Volume 11, Issue 4 ; Winter 2009: Vol. 11, Issue 4...

By: Derek Nelson, Editor

Description: Work, play, live... safely! A Navy Safety Center magazine.

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Rural America; Volume 16, Issue 4; March 2002: Volume 16, Issue 4 ...

By: Douglas Bowers

Description: Rural Development Perspectives (final issue in January 2003) highlighted the practical application of research in rural banking, demographics, housing, labor, and poverty, and the effect of farm policies on rural areas.

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Mech Magazine : Winter 2007: Winter 2007

By: Lieutenant David Robb, Editor

Description: Naval Safety Center magazine on Navy and Marine Corps aviation maintenance.

Mishaps cost time and resources. They take our Sailors, Marines and civilian employees away from their units and workplaces and put them in hospitals, wheelchairs and coffins. Mishaps ruin equipment and weapons. They diminish our readiness. This magazine’s goal is to help make sure that personnel can devote their time and energy to the mission. We believe there is only one way to do any task: the way that follows the rules and takes precautions against hazards. Combat is...

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Army Communicator; Winter 2006: Volume 31, Issue 1

By: Edmond, Larry

Description: Army Communicator (AC) is the U.S. Army Signal Regiment's professional magazine. The magazine explores trends in the Regiment and provides a place for Signal Regiment members to share good ideas and lessons-learned with their colleagues.

We as communicators continue to revolutionize the way we do business by constantly improving upon our technology and capabilities. In order to remain an effective expeditionary force, we must be able to deliver these network capabilities and services seamlessly as Warfighters transition throughout all operational phases. The Global Network Enterprise Construct is designed to do just this, streamlining several ongoing and separate network enterprise programs into a single...

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True 3-D: Issue 2

By: Harvey Comics
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Smarandachisme

By: Gheorghe Niculescu

This book is a collection of poems by Florentin Smarandache compiled by the author Gheorghe Niculescu

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Kamehameha II : Liholiho and the Impact of Change

By: Julie Stewart Williams and Suelyn Ching Tune

This book is one of a series originally written by faculty in a Kamehameha reading program. The books were designed to increase students reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. Some of these books have been translated from their original English into Hawaiian through the efforts of the staff of the Kamehameha Schools Hawaiian Studies Institute. We are pleased at the reception both the Engli...

The year 1819 marked a turning point in the history of Hawaii. It was a time of great change for Hawaiians and the Hawaiian way of life. Kamehameha I died that year. Gone was the powerful monarch who had united the separate island chiefdoms into one Hawaiian kingdom. What would become of the kingdom Kamehameha I had founded and kept together since 1795 Would the son he had named as heir govern the kingdom as Kamehameha I had wished Liholiho, the son of Kamehameha I and ...

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Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, And Letters

By: Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters
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Specimen Verses from Versions in Difference Languages and Dialects...

By: American Bible Society; British and Foreign Bible Society
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Physical Review

By: American Institute of Physics; American Physical Society; Cornell University; American Physical Society. Proceedings of the American Physical Society

Additional Subjects: Physique

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Investment Trusts and Investment Companies. Letter from the Chairm...

By: United States. Securities and Exchange Commission

Numismatics

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Blueprint for Reform : The Report of the Task Group on Regulation ...

By: United States. Task Group on Regulation of Financial Services

Geology ; Science ; Natural history ; Biology ; Biology ; Geology ; Science

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