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  1. Kaplan ACT 2007 Premier Program (w/ CD-ROM) (Kaplan Act (Book & CD-Rom)) by Kaplan, 2007-01-02
  2. McGraw-Hill's ACT with CD-ROM, 2008 Edition (Mcgraw Hill's Act (Book & CD Rom)) by Steven Dulan, 2007-06-15
  3. Acts of Meaning: Four Lectures on Mind and Culture (Jerusalem-Harvard Lectures) by Jerome Bruner, 1992-09-01
  4. 24 Favorite One Act Plays
  5. Explanation of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act as Amended in 2004 (2nd Edition) (Student Enrichment Series) by H. Rutherford Turnbull, Nancy Huerta, et all 2005-06-24
  6. Thoughtless Acts?: Observations on Intuitive Design by Jane Fulton Suri, IDEO, 2005-03-30
  7. The Act of Teaching by Donald R. Cruickshank, Kim K. Metcalf, et all 2008-03-01
  8. McGraw-Hill's Conquering the ACT Math (Mcgraw-Hill's Conquering) by Steven Dulan, 2008-02-08
  9. The Message of Acts in the History of Redemption by Dennis E. Johnson, 1997-01
  10. Wild Act Vol. 10 by Rie Takada, 2005-01-11
  11. The Rhetorical Act: Thinking, Speaking and Writing Critically by Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, Suszn Schultz Huxman, 2008-01-29
  12. Vanishing Act: Mystery at the U.S. Open by John Feinstein, 2006-08-22
  13. ACT Assessment 5th. Ed. w/CD-ROM (REA) - The Best Test Prep for the ACT (Test Preps) by Charles O. Brass, Suzanne Coffield, et all 2004-09-01
  14. Crash Course for the ACT, 3rd Edition (College Test Prep) by Princeton Review, 2007-02-20

81. ALA Distance Education And The TEACH Act
Information on copyright legislation, including the TEACH act, that is related to distance education. Distance Education and the TEACH act.

82. ALA | ALA Resolution On PATRIOT Act
Home Washington Office Issues Civil Liberties, Intellectual Freedom and Privacy The USA Patriot act Libraries. 20022003 CD 20.1 2003 ALA Midwinter Meeting.
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WHEREAS, the American Library Association affirms the responsibility of the leaders of the United States to protect and preserve the freedoms that are the foundation of our democracy; and WHEREAS, libraries are a critical force for promoting the free flow and unimpeded distribution of knowledge and information for individuals, institutions, and communities; and WHEREAS, the American Library Association holds that suppression of ideas undermines a democratic society; and WHEREAS, privacy is essential to the exercise of free speech, free thought, and free association; and, in a library, the subject of users' interests should not be examined or scrutinized by others; and WHEREAS, certain provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act, the revised Attorney General Guidelines to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other related measures expand the authority of the federal government to investigate citizens and non-citizens, to engage in surveillance, and to threaten civil rights and liberties guaranteed under the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights; and WHEREAS, the USA PATRIOT Act and other recently enacted laws, regulations, and guidelines increase the likelihood that the activities of library users, including their use of computers to browse the Web or access e-mail, may be under government surveillance without their knowledge or consent; now, therefore, be it

83. Model Drug Dealer Liability Act Website: Legislation That Imposes Civil Liabilit
Legislation adopted by thirteen states imposing civil liability for damages from illegal drugs against drug dealers.
The Model Drug Dealer Liability Act Homepage: Welcome to the Model Drug Dealer Liability Act (DDLA) website. The DDLA provides a means for parents and others to obtain monetary damages from drug dealers for the injuries caused by drugs to their families and communities. The Model DDLA has now has been adopted by fourteen (14) state legislatures throughout the United States. Under its "market liability" provisions the DDLA provides for civil liability for any drug dealer in a community for the injuries to others by drug users of the same type of drug, during the time period the dealer was dealing in the same community. Under "market liability" a plaintiff need not prove that the particular defendant drug dealer was in the "chain of distribution" to the user that caused the injuries. The Act is Model legislation of the American Legislative Exchange Council which is a bi-partisan organization of over 2,500 legislatures throughout the country. The Model Act was drafted by Daniel Bent with the help of Assistant U.S. Attorney Sharon Burnham and the input of scores of other experienced attorneys. Mr. Bent has twenty-five years experience as a trial lawyer. He was appointed by President Reagan and confirmed by the Senate as a United States Attorney, a position in which he served for 10 years. As a federal prosecutor he tried drug kingpin, drug dealer tax/ money laundering, major fraud, organized crime and other significant cases. He also has years of civil litigation experience. In drafting the Model Act, it was "vetted" by numerous other attorneys, including a distinguished civil rights expert who is now an appellate judge, as well as other experts in economics, commerce, and the illegal drug market itself. This extensive drafting process was to insure that the Model Act provides a lawyer representing a victim of someone's drug use a

84. Endangered Species Program, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
page of the Endangered Species Program, with links to Program details, endangered and threatened species information, Endangered Species act information, and

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List of Threatened and Endangered Species
Species Information Species in the Spotlight ...
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Working Together
Partnerships for Endangered Species Recovery (December 10, 2003)
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act, the Endangered Species Program is pleased to announce the release of a new poster, Working Together: Partnerships for Endangered Species Recovery Learn more about this poster
Service Publishes Updated List of Candidates
(May 04, 2004)
If the Service has enough information to propose listing a species as threatened or endangered, but is precluded from taking action by higher listing priorities, that species becomes a candidate species. Twenty-six new species were added to the Candidate list since it was last published in 2002. Read the news release Read the new "Candidate Notice of Review"
Conservation Programs Made Easier for Landowners (April 28, 2004)

85. Civil And Criminal Enforcement Under The False Claims Act
Attorneys discuss how plaintiff in false claims act case must prove materiality in whistleblower action. Civil and Criminal Enforcement Actions Under the False Claims Act: Must the Government Prove Materiality At Trial By: Mark D. Seltzer and Kathleen B. Hogan Recent legislative efforts led by the American Hospital Association to reform the civil False Claims Act to establish quantifiable standards of materiality of damages should further encourage defense counsel to defend Medicare and Medicaid overpayment cases by highlighting to the government the lack of material damages caused by alleged misbillings. The proposed False Claims Act reform initiative also may be an indicator to defense counsel that potential jurors will be receptive to arguments of government overreaching in its penalizing of innocent misbilling claims. Materiality and the Wells Case: The Supreme Court Removes Materiality from Section 1014 Prosecutions Contrary to the holdings of the vast majority of circuits, the Supreme Court held that materiality was not an element of a section 1014 violation. In so ruling, the Supreme Court found the plain language of the statute and its legislative history to be controlling. The language of section 1014 nowhere requires that a material fact must be the subject of the false statement. In fact, the statute never even mentions materiality. Materiality and the Criminal False Claims Act: The Impact of Wells Whoever makes or presents to any person or officer in the civil, military, or naval service of the United States, or to any department or agency thereof, any claim upon or against the United States, or any department or agency thereof, knowing such claim to be false, fictitious, or fraudulent, shall be imprisoned . . . .

86. The Endangered Species Act Of 1973
The Endangered Species act of 1973. Contents. Recovery teams appointed pursuant to this subsection shall not be subject to the Federal Advisory Committee act.
Access the entire act as a pdf file . You may need to download and install the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file. Go to the Endangered Species Program home page The Endangered Species Act of 1973 Contents
Findings, Purposes, and Policy
SEC. 2. (a) FINDINGS-.The Congress finds and declares that- (1) various species of fish, wildlife, and plants in the United States have been rendered extinct as a consequence of economic growth and development untempered by adequate concern and conservation; (2) other species of fish, wildlife, and plants have been so depleted in numbers that they are in danger of or threatened with extinction;

87. U.S. DOD National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Process Review Forum
Forum to foster the exchange of information and ideas related to the NEPA process.

88. Table Of Contents
Securities act of 1933. Table of Contents. Section 1 Short Title Section 2 Definitions; Promotion of Efficiency, Competition, and Capital Formation.
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Section 1 Short Title Section 2 Definitions; Promotion of Efficiency, Competition, and Capital Formation Section 2A Swap Agreements Section 3 Classes of Securities under this Title Section 4 Exempted Transactions Section 5 Prohibitions Relating to Interstate Commerce and the Mails Section 6 Registration of Securities Section 7 Information Required in Registration Statement Section 8 Taking Effect of Registration Statements and Amendments Thereto Section 8A Cease-and-Desist Proceedings Section 9 Court Review of Orders Section 10 Information Required in Prospectus Section 11 Civil Liabilities on Account of False Registration Statement Section 12 Civil Liabilities Arising in Connection with Prospectuses and Communications Section 13 Limitation of Actions Section 14 Contrary Stipulations Void Section 15 Liability of Controlling Persons Section 16 Additional Remedies Section 17 Fraudulent Interstate Transactions Section 18 Exemption from State Regulation of Securities Offerings Section 19 Special Powers of Commission Section 20 Injunctions and Prosecution of Offenses Section 21 Hearings by Commission Section 22 Jurisdiction of Offenses and Suits Section 23 Unlawful Representations Section 24 Penalties Section 25 Jurisdiction of Other Government Agencies over Securities

89. BBC News | AMERICAS | Bush Calls Attacks 'acts Of War'
President Bush vows to rally the world against Tuesday's attackers, and Nato pledges collective assistance if the US responds militarily.
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SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobiles/PDAs Feedback ... Low Graphics Wednesday, 12 September, 2001, 22:05 GMT 23:05 UK Bush calls attacks 'acts of war'
The US expects a long-term conflict
US President George Bush has said Tuesday's attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were "an act of war". Speaking from the White House, Mr Bush said the US would rally the world to defeat those who had carried out the attacks.
This battle will take time and resolve, but make no mistake about it, we will win
President Bush Nato ambassadors invoked a mutual defence clause in the organisation's founding treaty for the first time in its history. It envisages a collective response to armed attack against one of its members. "Accordingly, the United States' Nato allies stand ready to provide the assistance that may be required as a consequence of these actions of barbarism," a statement by the Nato council said. FBI Director Robert Mueller told a news conference that several of the hijackers as well as possible associates still in the US had been identified.

90. Table Of Contents
Securities Exchange act of 1934. Table of Contents. Section 1 Short Title Section 2 Necessity for Regulation. Section 3 Definitions and Application.
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Section 1 Short Title Section 2 Necessity for Regulation Section 3 Definitions and Application Section 3A Swap Agreements Section 4 Securities and Exchange Commission Section 4A Delegation of Functions by Commission Section 4B Transfer of Functions with Respect to Assignment of Personnel to Chairman Section 4C Appearance and Practice Before the Commission Section 5 Transactions on Unregistered Exchanges Section 6 National Securities Exchanges Section 7 Margin Requirements Section 8 Restrictions on Borrowing and Lending by Members, Brokers, and Dealers Section 9 Manipulation of Security Prices Section 10 Manipulative and Deceptive Devices Section l0A Audit Requirements Section 11 Trading by Members of Exchanges, Brokers, and Dealers Section 11A National Market System for Securities; Securities Information Processors Section 12 Registration Requirements for Securities Section 13 Periodical and Other Reports Section 14 Proxies Section 15 Registration and Regulation of Brokers and Dealers Section 15A Registered Securities Associations Section 15B Municipal Securities Section 15C Government Securities Brokers and Dealers Section 15D Securities Analysts And Research Reports Section 16 Directors, Officers, and Principal Stockholders

91. Proving The Mid-Acts Framework Of Ephesians 4
The Seven Ones of Ephesians 4 describe the gospel of salvation for believers today; and those who deny its dispensational distinctiveness do so at their eternal peril.
The Rodabaugh Papers
Proving the Mid-Acts Framework of Ephesians 4 Trinity Grace Fellowship TGF Home Page Introduction In recent months, some have dismissed the view that the Seven Ones of Ephesians 4 are intended by Paul to be interpreted as contrasted with the Seven Manys of Israel's Kingdom Gospel. This latter view is that espoused by Trinity Grace Fellowship. It is the purpose of these notes to discuss this matter. The view presented here is threefold: (I) That indeed the Seven Ones of Ephesians 4 are to be contrasted with the Seven Manys of Israel and that is Paul's PRIMARY intention, and indeed the Seven Ones cannot be understood apart from this interpretation of the nuts and bolts of the text. As a corollary, those denying that the Seven Ones of Ephesians 4 in context are true only of the Body of Christ are hereby urged to repent and acknowledge Christ (to Christ in private) as the non-ceremonial, non-ritualistic, non-ethnic, resurrected Head of the Body described ONLY in the great mystery given by Christ to Paul. Our proofs of (I) will in be in Part I, those of (II) in Part II, and those of (III) in Part III.

92. The Bioterrorism Act Of 2002
The Bioterrorism act of 2002. The act. The events of Sept. 11, 2001, reinforced the Drug Supply). Plans for Implementing the act. Title I
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The events of Sept. 11, 2001, reinforced the need to enhance the security of the United States. Congress responded by passing the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 (the Bioterrorism Act), which President Bush signed into law June 12, 2002. Complete Text: HTML PDF The Bioterrorism Act is divided into five titles:
  • Introduction Title I National Preparedness for Bioterrorism and Other Public Health Emergencies Title II Enhancing Controls on Dangerous Biological Agents and Toxins Title III Protecting Safety and Security of Food and Drug Supply Title IV Drinking Water Security and Safety Title V Additional Provisions
FDA is responsible for carrying out certain provisions of the Bioterrorism Act, particularly Title III Subtitle A (Protection of Food Supply) and Subtitle B (Protection of Drug Supply).

93. #266: 04-30-03 FACT SHEET PROTECT ACT
Learn about the act which strengthens law enforcement authorities to prevent, investigate, prosecute and punish crimes committed against children including child pornography.
TDD (202) 514-1888
The “PROTECT Act of 2003” is an historic milestone for our nation's children. The Justice Department will dedicate the full force of our nation’s resources against those who victimize our nation’s youth. Important coordinated law enforcement information, fast law enforcement response, and swift and sure penalties can work to protect our children. The PROTECT Act comprehensively strengthens law enforcement’s ability to prevent, investigate, prosecute and punish violent crimes committed against children. Problem #1: Law Enforcement Had Inadequate Tools to Help Locate Missing Children and Prosecute Offenders. Solution #1: The Act Establishes the AMBER Alert Program, and Provides Significant New Investigative Tools. AMBER Alert programs are a proven tool to help recover abducted children. ·Establishing a national AMBER Alert Program. Building on the steps already taken by the Bush Administration to support AMBER Alert programs, this bill allows for national coordination of state and local AMBER Alert programs, including the appointment of a national AMBER Alert Coordinator and the development of guidance for issuance and dissemination of AMBER Alerts. .On October 2, 2002, the Attorney General designated Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Justice Programs Deborah Daniels to serve as coordinator.

94. 20CFR639 - Worker Adjustment And Retraining Notification
Regulations implementing the WARN act.
U.S. Department of Labor Search / A-Z Index By Topic By Audience By Top 20 Requested Items ...
Code of Federal Regulations Pertaining to ETA Title 20 Employees' Benefits Chapter V Employment and Training Administration, Department of Labor Part 639 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Sec. Name Purpose and scope. What does WARN require? Definitions. Who must give notice? When must notice be given? Who must receive notice? What must the notice contain? How is the notice served? When may notice be given less than 60 days in advance? When may notice be extended?
Authority: 29 U.S.C. 2107(a).
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95. Archived: IDEA '97
Individuals with Disabilities Education act (IDEA) Amendments of 1997, IDEA 97 Home.United States Department of Education, Office of Special Education and
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Find out about the newly released IDEA'97 Amendments Final Regulations. SPECIAL EVENT! Satellite Teleconference - Guidance on the Implementation of IDEA '97
Transcripts from the Satellite Teleconferences held on March 3, 1999 and March 18, 1999 are available. One video, a synthesis of both broadcasts, can be ordered from the OSEP-sponsored Policymaker Partnership for Implementing IDEA Project , or by calling: 1-800-IDEAINFO. IDEA'97 The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 were signed into law on June 4, 1997. This Act strengthens academic expectations and accountability for the nation's 5.8 million children with disabilities and bridges the gap that has too often existed between what children with disabilities learn and what is required in regular curriculum. BACK TO UPDATED August 26, 2002 by

Records of the trials of early Christian martyrs made by the notaries of the court.
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In a strict sense the Acts of the Martyrs are the official records of the trials of early Christian martyrs made by the notaries of the court. In a wider sense, however, the title is applied to all the narratives of the martyrs' trial and death. In the latter sense, they may be classified as follows:
  • Official reports of the interrogatories ( acta gesta ). Those extant, like the "Acta Proconsulis" (Cyprian, "Ep. lxxvii ") are few in number and have only come down to us in editions prepared with a view to the edification of the faithful. The "Passio Cypriani" and "Acta Martyrum Scillitanorum" are typical of this class. Of these the former is a composite work of three separate documents showing the minimum of editorial additions in a few connecting phrases. The first document gives an account of the trial of Cyprian in 257, the second, his arrest and trial in 258, the third, of his martyrdom.
  • Documents of a later date than the martyrdom based on Acta of the first or second class, and therefore subjected to editorial manipulation of various kinds. It is this class which affords the critic the greatest scope for his discernment. What distinguishes these Acta from the subsequent classes is their literary basis. The editor was not constructing a story to suit oral tradition or to explain a monument. He was editing a literary document according to his own taste and purpose. The class is numerous and its contents highly debatable, for though additional study may raise any particular Acta to a higher class, it is far more likely as a rule to reduce it.

97. Welcome To The Information Commissioner's Office
Office responsible for the enforcement of the UK Data Protection act 1998 and the Freedom of Information
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98. Flowers Florists Canberra Australia Flowers Online Florists Delivering Around Ca
Delivers arrangements, roses gift baskets, daily throughout Canberra most of the act.
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99. American Civil Liberties Union : USA PATRIOT Act
USA PATRIOT act, USA PATRIOT act. Just 45 days after the September 11 attacks, with virtually no debate, Congress passed the USA PATRIOT act.

100. Welcome To The Black Vault
Large UFO site, with features including scanned pages of official government documents obtained through the Freedom of Information act, court documents, information on viewing UFO's, and a discussion board.

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