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Egyptians frequently solve conflicts without referring to state law.
      
To take into account the discontinuity jump in the porosity between the gaseous phase and the porous filter, an approximate Riemann solver is used to compute homogeneous non-conservative Euler equations in porous media using ideal gas state law.
      
Both infants were formally adopted after delivery by the genetic parents in compliance with the advice of counsel under New York State law.
      
An additional requirement is that by the July 1977 date, effluent limitations may be imposed so that any state law will be met.
      
Oregon state law requires each county in the state to identify agricultural land and enact policies and regulations to protect agricultural land use.
      
Since ratification of the Constitution, the Supreme Court has continuously increased federal power, but states have power to act independently as long as contradictory federal laws do not exist and state law does not impermissively affect commerce.
      
The investigation concerned violation of state law designed to regulate bingo activity.
      
This report provides the reader with the development of state law associated with bingo operations, and concentrates on the illegitimate methods used by professional operators to cheat bingo patrons.
      
A barotropic state law incorporating a homogeneous-flow cavitation model is considered.
      
In September of 1971, twenty-nine inmates and ten prison employees were killed at New York's Attica Correctional Facility when state law enforcement agents forcibly regained control.
      
It was found that even a relatively long seiching period of 24 hours significantly changed the form of the near-bottom current profiles as well as the dynamics of the turbulent dissipation rate compared to the steady-state law-of-the-wall.
      
Since a state law issued in 1989, every big town in Colombia has to promote its own preparedness programme for disaster relief in the framework of the "Oficina Nacional para la Atencion de Desastres" (1987).
      
Breeding populations of the common loon (Gavia immer) in Michigan have declined in the past several decades, resulting in classification of this species as threatened under state law.
      
Because of thevital nature of this resource, state law,religious law, customary law and localnorms all have something to say in definingwater rights.
      
This article presents a paradox in the thought of Edith Stein betweenher attitudes in relation to the state/law problem and her vision ofreligion.
      
In Tennessee, reform began with legal review of unit records, pretrial screening in mental health centers, revision of state law, liaison with the Tennessee Board of Pardons and Paroles, and use of consultant staff.
      
After more than ten years of fierce European product liability debate, the Council has finally promulgated the Directive 85/374 in an attempt to harmonize Member State law about the responsibility for defective products.
      
Recent developments in children's rights have led to increased criticism of the presumption of total incompetency until adulthood, a concept inconsistently defined by state law.
      
All health-care providers with direct patient care are required by state law to complete a group of 11 modules and pass a mandatory training test to assess proficiency in these areas.
      
Recidivism data were self-report as well as computer checked in cooperation with the state law enforcement agency.
      
 

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