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Longshore Union Member Attacks Media – Mirror from KGW.mp4

Update: Ronald Patrick Stavas, 45, of Kelso was arrested Monday night after he was reportedly identified as one of the suspects who entered the facility, assaulted a guard, and vandalized rail…
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Attorney Brian D Lerner: I can commit an aggravated felony and still become a citizen

http://www.californiaimmigration.us The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner presents a video on Immigration Law discussing the basics of Good Moral Character & Naturalization. You can call us at…

Can you explain what rising blood alcohol is in Texas?

Rising blood alcohol is related to the way your body absorbs alcohol. When you begin to drink, your blood alcohol concentration begins to rise the more you d…

Once Upon A Mattress

A few nice Resume images I found:

Once Upon A Mattress
Resume
Image by Carly & Art
The Ring Theatre
University of Miami
Prop Designer
1992(?)

Part of "The Resume Blanket" – a visual depiction of my career in theatre

What I remember most about this show is having to make an hourglass that had to run exactly a certain length of time, the fabulous coat of arms I got to design, and the dress the Queen wore, which I vowed to be able to fit into by the following Halloween.

I also remember some great performances by my class mates!

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Resume
Image by CUS Visual Media Team
Photographer, Kerri Mak

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Are grand jury proceedings secret in Texas?

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Orange County Legislature Committee approves forfeiture law in misdemeanor drug cases

Orange County Legislature Committee approves forfeiture law in misdemeanor drug cases

Orange County Legislature’s Public Safety Committee unanimously approves new forfeiture law requested by District Attorney David Hoovler. The law will allow police to seize property, including…
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Latest Massachusetts Felony Jobs News

NFL notebook: Packers' Letroy Guion arrested on felony charges
Authorities said Wednesday that Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion had been arrested in Florida on felony charges of drug and firearm possession after a traffic stop turned up three-quarters of a pound of marijuana, a 9mm handgun, and a bag …
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Central Falls woman facing multiple felony charges after allegedly backing
Mattera, of 31 Belmont St., in Central Falls, was arraigned by a justice of peace at the Cranston police station and held without bail on charges of felony assault, possession of cocaine, resisting arrest, driving without a license, and failing to stop …
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Video Shows Medford Man Allegedly Tossing Girlfriend's Dog
A Medford man is facing three felony animal-cruelty charges after his neighbor filmed him allegedly abusing a dog on three separate occasions, according to a Medford Police statement. Police identified Ryan Baker, 32, as the person throwing the dog in …
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Dentist charged in death of patient after trying to remove 20 of her teeth in one sitting

ENFIELD, Conn. (WFSB) — A Connecticut dentist turned himself into Enfield police on Tuesday in connection with the death of one of his patients. Dr. Rashmi Chhotabhai Patel, 45, of Suffield,…
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Nice Resume Writing photos

A few nice Resume writing images I found:

Image from page 116 of “Harper’s weekly” (1857)
Resume writing
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Identifier: harpersweeklyv8bonn
Title: Harper’s weekly
Year: 1857 (1850s)
Authors: Bonner, John, 1828-1899 Curtis, George William, 1824-1892 Alden, Henry Mills, 1836-1919 Conant, Samuel Stillman, 1831-1885? Schuyler, Montgomery, 1843-1914 Foord, John, 1842-1922 Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916 Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906 Nelson, Henry Loomis, 1846-1908 Bangs, John Kendrick, 1862-1922 Harvey, George Brinton McClellan, 1864-1928 Hapgood, Norman, 1868-1937
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Publisher: New York : Harper & Brothers
Contributing Library: Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
Digitizing Sponsor: The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant

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ght herself muttering the wordc Oh, what matter now? She would forgivo all, bear all, if that comfort might only be. Whydoes he linger in the room, passing, repassing? Hestarts. They are calling him from below. Thocoachman looks at Saint Jamess clock, and lasheshis horses over the eyes, as a hint to wake and beready. And now. Oh, not without one look, tomak friends, one look, one. Y approached nearer to thowindow-, A iigmv HHu-d from the door. No, itis not he. It is none other than little Mr. Harts-home. He too ha- been t-■ say lan-well. He wavesa piling hand; and. hiking s-el enough, turnsaway- -glares aero.– toward number twenty-seven,sov- Maidenly, make-. 1 fir-.–.- .-kip- to the door, andring- sharply at the hell! be admitted maid Kevin pr.scnbiage is not to be Mr. Hartshorness Serocold hadwaved etiquette and her handkerchief—and—yes— then- v, as hi-. ;-t.-p going up stairs. ing tho maid, resumed her invisible watch, longing,hardly hoping, to catch one glimpse of the ei-

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to Pollys great surprise, walked hurriedly acrossthe road, and bestowed on the door of number twen-ty-seven a knock which, soft and modest though itwas, thrilled the lady of that mansion from head tofoot. Her heart gave a jump, then subsided into 8low tremble. Mrs. Goodall appeared, with a sin-gular message. Tho respectful duty of young Mr..If Miss Humpage condescended bable recollectio ! Mi. II. pie..-.! i If BO, t should be immediately transported to tPolly felt herself color to the very brovas the parting shot! She was to learn wounded pride,f neither of ■whichshe wished him to believe that he considered his tickle fancy deserving. Then,00, she was sensible of a burning curiosity to see 7 one of the beautiful bs that characterized tShe signified a cool £ •lothing, perhaps, could:ore Pollys mind to itsrtless revenge—or was ilover; and, by the timet the picture awaited ho: v fy •- -I h. ■•hi: ITC.-iv1.-1l in- in the parlor,. February 20, 1864.] HARPERS WEEKLY. On Hi.- la

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Image from page 121 of “Programme” (1881)
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Identifier: programme1314bost
Title: Programme
Year: 1881 (1880s)
Authors: Boston Symphony Orchestra
Subjects: Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert programs
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Boston Symphony Orchestra
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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ily. After the clashings of reiteratedsuccessive chords of the dominant seven and tonic of A-flat, a curiouschant in three-part harmony and in march-like rhythm is developedby the woodwind. Very curious and interesting should this effect be, although not moreso than many other passages of the symphony. . . . Farther on occursa passage where the horns and woodwind instruments sustain thechord of C major in its second position, while the strings whirr upand down the scale, the bells ring exultantly and a trumpet swellingthe initial tone of its figure from ppp to fJJ throws out the fragmentof the opening theme previously mentioned. The march-Hke themeis resumed and developed. The string passage with the off-key criesof the woodwind recurs, rondo fashion, and finally this remarkablemovement comes to an end in a most gray and arid manner—a com-plaint of the oboe— the skip of a seventh—and soft despondent chordsfrom the strings—always softer—always more gray, in the key of Aminor.

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GOWNS, TAILORED SUITS, WAISTS. COATS. AND WRAPS Exclusive designs from our own workrooms 717 BOYLSTON STREET Telephone 5818 Back Bay 146 Concerto in F major for Strings and Two Wind Orchestras. George Frideric Handel (Bom at Halle, February 23, 1685; died at London, April 14, 1759.) Extracts from this work—Pomposo, Allegro; Allegro ma non troppo;Largo; A tempo ordinario; Allegro—were performed for the first timein Boston at a concert of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Mr. Nikischconductor, December 26, 1891. The present arrangement of movements from Handels concerto isby Gustav Friedrich Kogel.* It was performed for the first time inBoston, December 28, 1907. Dr. Muck conductor. Little is known about the history of the original work. It is composedfor two bands of two oboes, two horns, bassoons, and for strings. Thedate of composition is not known. Handel hardly ever dated a man-uscript. Chrysander thinks the concerto belongs to Handels laterperiod, and that it was written between

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Will Expunging My Record Help With Military Enlistment?

Will Expunging My Record Help With Military Enlistment?

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