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How to Get a Job if You Have a Criminal Record

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Expunge My PTI or Conditional Discharge New Jersey – Clean My Record Expungement Lawyer NJ

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Laws Banning Felons From Doing Certain Jobs In Florida

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ADDICTION, best short poem about addiction

Poetry by Liliana Kohann, http://www.lilianakohann.com. This short poem talks about the true face of addiction. In this poem addiction is almost like another…

Carl Wicklund: Felon voting rights make us all safer

Carl Wicklund: Felon voting rights make us all safer
Keeping that barrier in place makes our job harder. For the first time, both the Kentucky House and Senate have passed legislation to amend the state's felony disenfranchisement law and allow people with past criminal convictions to vote without …
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Ernie Lewis: Give nonviolent ex-felon the vote, second chance
Yet if you commit a low-level nonviolent felony in Kentucky when you are young, you will be haunted for the rest of your life, with job opportunities limited and benefits for housing and education denied. Felony records block opportunity. A felony …
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West Virginia Boys and a Virginia Couple Knock Down Monster Bucks!!

West Virginia Boys and a Virginia Couple  Knock Down Monster Bucks!!

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Title: Railway and locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive power and rolling stock
Year: 1901 (1900s)
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Subjects: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair Co

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welded tire. Average energy to produce break, ft.-lb. Strength, r A s gas weld Thickness Carbon Natural las to natural in. per cent. conditir.il welded per cent. 2.80 0.56 6,150 52.2 2.54 0.61 11,000 2.90 0.58 12,600 2.30 0.68 3,520 2,710 77.0 3.40 0.63 5,990 3.46 0.62 26,600 …. 22.5 1.85* 0.60 5,750 3,280 57.1 1.83* 0.61 4,100 3,280 80.0 1.97* 0.62 10,250 2,460 21.9 1.92 0.72 13,900 5.340 38.4 2.65 0.59 15.400 6,800 44.2 2.13 0.59 10.150 5,340 52.7 3.32 0.61 5,900 36.0 3.46 0.62 16.400 1.95 0.50 3.55 0.46 147,500 14.750 3.50 0.57 60,000 Average 48.2 The results of the drop tests show that the gas weld-ing of the flange reduces the resistance of the tire toshock approximately 50 per cent while as will be seenlater from the resume of the tension tests, this same local Fig. 4 As for electric welding of the flanges, only three tiresections were welded for testing purposes. These werethe three that are marked with an asterisk (*) in theabove table. The drop test energy required to break

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Figs. 5 and 6 these three specimens was 4,920, 7,380 and 10,250 footpounds respectively. If an average of these results is taken, it will showan increase in strength of about 10 per cent above thatof the three similar breaks of the tire in the natural con- January, 1924 RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERING 23 dition as given in the tabic. At the same time, it willappear thai there was no change in the strength of thetension test specimens. This is due to the effect, alreadynoted that the electric welding process produces only avery narrow hard area, that (lid not reach down to andwas nnt included in that portion of the metal from whichthe tension test specimens were obtained, On the otherhand, experience with other samples of medium carbonsteel has shown that this narrow hard area has a low re-sistance to vibratory ■-trains and contributes to an earlyfailure of the tire. Tension test specimens were cut from each tire at thepoints indicated on the diagram. Attention has already been ca

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Pflueger gets seven months in jail for dam breach

Pflueger gets seven months in jail for dam breach
After unsuccessfully challenging the charges, then balking several times on a plea deal, Pflueger pleaded no contest in July last year to a single count of felony reckless endangering while his company, Pacific 808 Properties. LP, pleaded no contest to …
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Medical examiner IDs man killed by police in Pacific Palisades
Ten of them are felony convictions, including 8 for car theft. Pickard and his passenger were parked in front of a Komo Mai Drive house, which neighbors describe as "a drug house." After police in two unmarked police cars checked the licence plate of …
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Reagan or Carter? Who Does Rand Paul Think Was The Better President?

“As Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) ponders a presidential bid, he has lately made efforts to wrap himself in the banner of Ronald Reagan. In op-eds and speeches, the…
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How can I clear my criminal record in California?

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