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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...ren.. It makes sense in every way--financially it costs much less to have law abiding non-drugged people. Socially we have concerned people who 29 ... ...eties. “Remember a few years ago when Japan almost re-wrote the law to allow a female accession to the throne. It seemed that the princes... ...e of women when they seek absolute equality. Because for many Muslims the law of Allah, as they understand it, is seen as more vital and necessary th... ...have laws against domestic violence?” —“Well there would be the enforcement costs, court costs, imprisonment, and things like that.” ... ...country children organize their programs. We merely supply the parks, the equipment and the recreation directors.” —“I agree with you on the ...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

...een previously established for the great purpose of their preservation and enforcement. That which was ex- perimental in our plan of government was th... ...proved, by many crucial tests, to be a government of “liberty regulated by law,” with such results in the development of strength, in population, weal... ...e sanction of public opinion. If M. De T ocqueville could now search for a law that would negative this provision in its effect upon social equality, ... ... equality, he would fail to find it. But he would find it in the unwritten law of the natural aversion of the races. He would find it in public opinio... ... honor upon the seas, has never possessed a very numer- ous fleet, and the equipment of the small number of Ameri- can vessels has always been excessi...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 5 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...decide the facts between P . & B. and S.C. It is said that under a general law, whenever a R. R. Co. gets tired of its debts, it may transfer fraudule... ...n let him submit to just terms to obtain it. Let him, say we, have general law in advance (guarded in every possible way against fraud), so that, when... ...ishes the true rule for surveyors in establishing lines between them. That law, being in force at the time each became a purchaser, becomes a con- dit... ...ons. Under that law, in violation of the Ordinance of ’87, but without any enforcement of the Ordinance to over- throw the system, there had been a sm... ...slave? And might it not be well at the same time to provide by law for the enforcement of that clause in the Constitution which guarantees that “the c... ... the United States to be vigilant in the execution of said act, and in the enforcement of the penalties and forfeitures imposed or declared by it; lea... ...proving their discipline and in- structions, perfecting their clothing and equipments, and pro- viding less uncomfortable quarters. Of course, both ra...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 6 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...e restored to the active list, and not otherwise.” In conformity with this law, Captain David G . Farragut was nominated to the Senate for continuance... ...on could arise which would more fully correspond with the intention of the law or be more preg- nant with happy influence as an example, I cordially r... ...he said United States, it became a military necessity to de- clare martial law. This was accordingly done on the 25th day of April, 1862. Slavery and ... ...ce the fifth and sixth sections, they may be considered together. That the enforcement of these sections would do no injustice to the persons embraced... ... pose contemplated by your call. Y ou will be authorized to pro- vide such equipments as may be required, according to the regulations of the United S... ...own that the exceptions made in and by said proclamation embarrass the due enforcement of said act of July 13, 1861, and the proper regulation of the ...

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The French Revolution a History Volume Three

By: Thomas Carlyle

...lands, men who once had authority and now have less and less; men who love law, and will have even an Explosion explode itself, as far as possible, ac... ...opolic Momoro, seem to hint afar off at something which smells of Agrarian Law, and a surgery of the overswoln dropsical strong-box itself;—whereat in... ...ry, honour, of Heaven and of Earth: to no purpose. The Municipals have, by law, the power of ordering it;— with an Army officered by Royalism or Crypt... ...ell-studied phrases and paragraphs they could de- vise, of explanation, of enforcement, of faint recommenda- tion to mercy. Many too say, Banishment; ... ... riot); had their wives put in fear; their presses, types and circumjacent equipments beaten to ruin; no Mayor interfering in time; Gorsas himself esc...

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An Episode of the American Civil War

By: Stephen Crane

... the log walls, 5 Stephen Crane and three rifles were paralleled on pegs. Equipments hunt on handy projections, and some tin dishes lay upon a small ... ...A dark regiment moved before them, and from behind also came the tinkle of equipments on the bodies of marching men. The rushing yellow of the develop... ...the regiment. It in-closed him. And there were iron laws of tradi-tion and law on four sides. He was in a moving box. As he perceived this fact it occ... ... trepi-dation. The youth felt triumphant at this exhibition. There was the law, he said. Nature had given him a sign. The squirrel, imme- diately upon... ...en washed from their hearts. They were bursting from their coats and their equipments as from entanglements. They charged down upon him like terrified... ...y remonstrance. “Sure as shooting, I tell you.” And his friend spoke in re-enforcement. “Not by a blame sight, he ain’t lyin’. We heard ‘em talkin’.” ...

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Waverley or Tis Sixty Years Since

By: Sir Walter Scott

...cases; and the proud peer who can now only ruin his neighbour according to law, by protracted suits, is the genuine descendant of the baron who wrappe... ...show the manuscript to little T om Alibi the solicitor, who manages all my law affairs—must keep on the windy side—the mob were very uncivil the last ... ...ars, and made some campaigns in foreign service. After his demele with the law of high treason in 1715, he had lived in retirement, conversing almost ... ...ally admitted that the followers of Vich Ian Vohr, in point of appearance, equipment, arms, and dexterity in using them, equalled the most choice troo... ...t, their scanty numbers, apparent deficiency in discipline; and poverty of equipment, seemed certain tokens of the calami- tous termination of their r... ...crime of theft, interrupted the preacher to assure him, he might leave the enforcement of such doctrines to Cluny Mac-Pherson, whose broadsword would ...

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Bram Stoker's Dracula

By: Bram Stoker

...ried kind, history, geography, politics, political economy, botany, geology, law, all relating to England and En glish life and customs and manners. ... ...c, the Army and Navy Lists, and it somehow gladdened my heart to see it, the Law List. Whilst I was looking at the books, the door opened, and the C... ...id me. He will be in Exeter, miles away, prob ably working at papers of the law with my other friend, Peter Hawkins. So!” We went thoroughly into ... ... to blessings, and the kindliest and truest heart that beats, these form his equipment for the noble work that he is doing for mankind, work both in t... ...lia of our beneficial trade,” as he once called, in one of his lectures, the equipment of a professor of the healing craft. When we were shown in, M... ...er he moved back, and his exclamation of horror, “Gott in Himmel!” needed no enforcement from his agonized face. He raised his hand and pointed to the...

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Vittoria

By: George Meredith

...at: she could wreak her spite against the woman, but she respected her own law even in a conquered land: the estates were not confiscated, and not abs... ...d barely control her agitation. In helping Angelo Guidascarpi to evade the law, she had im- perilled her son and herself. Many of the Bolognese sbirri... ...fy his daughter, as it would gratify himself, but that he must respect the law. ‘The law is of your own mak- ing,’ says Michiella. ‘Then, the more mus... ...co—lauter kaiserlicher (rank Imperial), as with 231 George Meredith a sad enforcement of resignation they had, while lighting, characterized the univ... ...ing, as she displayed them, “there, my dear, all my money has gone in that equipment, so you must pay on the road.” “This doesn’t leave me a choice, t...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...orld Trade Center Bombing 71 3.2 Adaptation—and Nonadaptation— ...in the Law Enforcement Community 73 3.3 . . . and in the Federal Aviation Admini... ... Trade Center Bombing 71 3.2 Adaptation—and Nonadaptation— ...in the Law Enforcement Community 73 3.3 . . . and in the Federal Aviation Administra... ...he National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (Public Law 107-306, November 27, 2002). Our mandate was sweeping.The law directed ... ...September 11, 2001, ” includ- ing those relating to intelligence agencies, law enforcement agencies, diplo- macy, immigration issues and border contro... ...ember 11, 2001, ” includ- ing those relating to intelligence agencies, law enforcement agencies, diplo- macy, immigration issues and border control, t... ... by watching the data from a signal emitted by each aircraft’s transponder equipment.Those four planes, like all aircraft traveling above 10,000 feet,... ...the crew of United 175. Still no response.The controller checked his radio equipment and contacted another “WE HAVE SOME PLANES” 21 Final1-4.4pp 7/17... ... further. Radar reconstructions performed after 9/11 reveal that FAA radar equipment tracked the flight from the moment its transponder was turned off... ...ve and prosecutorial effort was that it created an impression that the law enforcement system was well-equipped to cope with terrorism. Neither Presid...

...TERTERRORISM EVOLVES 71 3.1 From the Old Terrorism to the New: The First World Trade Center Bombing 71 3.2 Adaptation?and Nonadaptation? . . . in the Law Enforcement Community 73 3.3 . . . and in the Federal Aviation Administration 82 3.4 . . . and in the Intelligence Community 86...

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Crime Its Cause and Treatment

By: Clarence Darrow

...less could be nothing else. Still if man’s actions are governed by natural law, the sooner it is recognized and understood, the sooner will sane treat... ... can be such a line. Strictly speaking, a crime is an act forbidden by the law of the land, and one which is considered sufficiently serious to warran... ...s either good or bad; the pun- 6 ishment follows for the violation of the law and not neces- sarily for any moral transgression. No doubt most of the... ... the same pattern, yet no two are alike. Each has a distinct and different equipment from any of the others. The size of the body, real and potential;... ...edity and in part to environment. That the baby had nothing to do with its equipment will readily be admitted by everyone. The child is born with a br... ... its own efforts. Always bearing in mind that most criminals are men whose equipment and surroundings have made it difficult for them to make the adju... ... follow the precept, and the long list of penal laws that die from lack of enforcement instead of by repeal is too well known to warrant the belief th... ...ious attention to such a purely academic statement. No one believes in the enforcement of all laws or the duty to obey all laws, and no one, in fact, ... ...rac- ticed or at least advocated by the ones who procure the pas- sage and enforcement of the law. Numberless ways used by the strong to get money are...

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The French Revolution a History

By: Thomas Carlyle

......................................... 293 Chapter 2.5.II. The Book of the Law. ......................................................................... ...here, and a Creed (or memory of a Creed) in them; Palaces, and a State and Law. Thou seest the Smoke-vapour; unextinguished Breath as of a thing livin... ...ced a blossom of Catholicism—it was not till Catholicism itself, so far as Law could abolish it, had been abolished here. But of those decadent ages i... ...ive what they can; some three hundred and sixty indifferent firelocks, the equipment of the City-Watch: ‘a man in wooden shoes, and without coat, dire... ...minister Narbonne, he of the rose-coloured Reports, solicits recruitments, equipments, money, always money; threatens, since he can get none,—to ‘take... ...ell-stud- ied phrases and paragraphs they could devise, of explanation, of enforcement, of faint recommendation to mercy. Many too say, Banishment; so... ... riot); had their wives put in fear; their presses, types and circumjacent equipments beaten to ruin; no Mayor interfering in time; Gorsas himself esc...

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Mankind in the Making

By: H. G. Wells

...igion, for example, is very un- compromising upon the use of wine, and the law of the T en Commandments completely prohibits the making of graven imag... ... is science, than a brigand at large on a mountain has to the machinery of law and police, by which finally he will be hanged. Among such raiding theo... ...utions, expedients, prohibitions, and vindictive reprisals, the net of the law, they would have us believe there is a fatal necessity inherent in thei... ...ust be forethought and knowledge quite beyond the limit of instinct’s poor equipment. Now, for a child to have all these needs supplied implies certai... ...ation. These conditions imply a house of a certain standard of comfort and equipment, and it is manifest the mother cannot be earning her own living b... ...d help to reconcile popular ideas of the ‘liberty of the subject’ with the enforcement as well as the passing of such laws. But the notions of drastic... ... go so far as this, to go further and require a mini- mum of furniture and equipment, a fire-guard, for instance, and a separate bed or cot for the ch... .... So soon as he pierces into the realities of the life about him, he finds enforcement, ample and complete, for the secret code. The schoolmaster has ...

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