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Physician-Assisted Death Legislation : Issues and Preliminary Resp...

By: Korobkin, Russell; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Institute of Government and Public Policy; Kuklinski, James H

Right to die -- Law and legislation United States ; Assisted suicide -- Law and legislation United States ; Euthanasia -- Law and legislation United States

Includes bibliographical references

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Star Soldiers

By: Andre Norton

Excerpt: Star guard introduction: the mercenaries when the dominant species of a minor nine planet system revolving about a yellow sun known as ?sol??situated close to the fringe of the galaxy?gained knowledge of space flight and came out into our lanes of travel there arose a problem which central control had to solve, and speedily. These ?men,? as they called themselves, combined curiosity, daring, and technical skill with a basic will-to-compete against other races an...

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Time Traders

By: Andre Norton

Excerpt: Ross Murdock wouldn?t have seemed formidable to any one glancing casually at him as he sat within the detention cell. He was a little above average height, but not enough to make him noticeable. His brown hair was cropped conservatively and there was nothing remarkable about his unlined boy?s face?unless one noted those light-gray eyes and caught the chilling, measuring expression that showed now and then for an instant in their depths.

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Evaluation of the World Bank's Contribution to Chinese Enterprise ...

By: Peter Nolan

Economics

It is widely recognised in Chinese policy-making circles that the World Bank made a significant contribution to the country?s enterprise reform in the 1980s. Funds to support international contacts at that time were extremely limited. Financial support from the Bank for international exchanges of ideas are still strongly remembered for their valuable contribution in introducing to Chinese audiences the ideas of leading international thinkers in the area of enterprise ref...

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Pakistan; A Developing Economy

By: Akhtar, S. M. (Sardar Mohammad), 1904; Akhtar, S. M. (Sardar Mohammad), 1904 Economics of Pakistan

Previous editions have title: Economics of Pakistan ; Bibliographical footnotes

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2000 Report of the Avma Panel on Euthanasia

By: Bonnie V. Beaver

Members of the panel -- 671 Preface. -- 671Introduction -- 672 General considerations -- 673 Animal behavioral considerations -- 674 Human behavioral considerations -- 674 Modes of action of euthanatizing agents -- 675 Inhalant agents -- 675 Inhalant anesthetics. -- 676 Carbon dioxide -- 677 Nitrogen, argon -- 678 Carbon monoxide -- 678 Noninhalant pharmaceutical agents -- 679 Barbituric acid derivatives -- 679 Pentobarbital combinations -- 680 Chloral hydrate -- 680 T-6...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

Essays dedicated to the new media, doing business on the web, digital content, its creation and distribution, e-publishing, e-books, digital reference, DRM technology, and other related issues.

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Digital Media Net

Description: This document contains information regarding DMN Serving Digital Media Professionals such as Sites and Community Clusters, DMN as Market Leader with Proven Performance, and DMN Lists.

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History of the World War, An Authentic Narrative of the World's Gr...

By: March, Francis Andrew, 1863-1928; Beamish, Richard Joseph, B. 1879
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Digital Knight

By: Ryk E. Spoor
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Great Kings' War

By: Roland Green and John F. Carr

Excerpt: fire! the first hostigi volley tore into the ktemnoi front rank as if they were a battery of artillery guns firing case shot. A great cheer rose up from the hostigi ranks. The second volley and third were almost as devastating; the fourth less so. Still the ktemnoi squares held. Now the musketeers were supposed to sling their weapons and fall back; instead many picked up the pikes of the wounded or dead, while others drew their swords and held their places.

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Tower of Death

By: Maxwell Grant

Excerpt: Chapter 1. A TRAITOR?S PRICE TWO men were seated in a garishly furnished apartment. Beyond the open window came the muffled roar from the street far below. Changing lights of Manhattan formed a flickering glow from the clouded sky. The appearance of these men was in keeping with the gaudiness of the place. One, attired in a flashy, braided tuxedo, possessed a hard, thick?lipped countenance. The other, though less uncouth, had beady, ratlike eyes that stared from a crafty, evil visage.

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The Civil War through the Camera, Hundreds of Vivid Photographs Ac...

By: Civil War Semi Centennial Society; Elson, Henry William, 1857-1935; Patriot Publishing Co., Springfield, Mass; Brady, Mathew B., 1823 (Ca.) 1896; Morley, S. Griswold (Sylvanus Griswold), 1878-1970
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The Chess Openings

By: Gunsberg, I
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Euthanasia; Or, The State of Man after Death

By: Luke Booker
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Cohabitation, Marriage, Divorce, And Remarriage in the United States

By: Paul Douglas Williams

What are the trends? Our data show an increase in the chances that first marriages will end (in separation or divorce) for marriages that began in the 1950s through the 1970s. From the early 1970s to the late 1980s, the rates of breakup were fairly stable. The probability of remarriage following divorce has decreased slightly, and the probability that the second marriage will break up has risen from the 1950s to the 1980s. Do the trends differ by race/ethnicity? It appea...

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The Multinational Glass Ceiling : National Context and Global Cult...

By: Guilln, Mauro F
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Euthanasia

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Background Euthanasia means to cause humane death. Some current euthanasia techniques may become unacceptable over time and be replaced by new techniques as more data are gathered and evaluated. The following information and recommendations are based largely on the 1993 report of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Panel on Euthanasia. The recommendations in the panel report were intended to serve as guidelines, and they require the use of profess...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 2001, Issue6, 79 (6) N...

By: World Health Organization

Medical Reference Publication

In 1973 and 1974, we investigated epizootics that occurred in predators in the Moscow Zoo. The causative agent was a cowpox-like virus that was transmitted from white rats brought to the zoo (I). Independently Crom the above-episodes, sim;lar cowoox-like viruses have been isolated from rodents from Turkmenistan, USSR (2,3) from an okapi in the Netherlands (4), and from elephants in the Federal Republic of Germany (5).

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Sustaining Safe Practice : Twenty Years on Susan Kippax, Kane Race

By: Department of Health and Human Services

This paper examines the ways in which populations at risk of HIV in the developed world have enculturated the knowledges and technologies of both the medical and the social sciences. By revisiting a number of review papers and by reviewing findings from a range of studies, we argue that gay men have appropriated information that has enabled them to sustain safe practices while they have eschewed information that has made maintenance difficult. The paper describes a range...

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