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Bum Rap

Author : Paul Levine
ISBN : 1477829865
Genre : Fiction
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NFL linebacker-turned-lawyer Jake Lassiter has had it with shifty clients, dirty prosecutors, and a legal system out of whack. It's enough to make a man want to leave Miami and never look back—until he gets a call from Victoria Lord, the better half of hot local legal team Solomon & Lord. Her partner in life and law has been arrested for murder. What's worse: the only person who can clear him has fled the city. Now it's up to Jake and Victoria to track down the witness—a stunning “Bar girl”—before she's roped in by the feds…or eliminated by the Russian mob. Jake knows that if he doesn't get to the witness first, his client's case is lost. Luckily, he's got some good advice from his college football coach: “Buckle your chin strap and hit somebody.” And sometimes, the only way to win a tough case is to do just that.


Author : David Rollo
ISBN : 0951282050
Genre : Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Incident, 1988
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Bum Rap On America S Cities

Author : Richard S. Morris
ISBN : UOM:39015016146790
Genre : Political Science
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Trade Policy With Heterogeneous Traders Do Quotas Get A Bum Rap

Author : Kala Krishna
Genre : Commercial policy
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This paper considers the effects of trade policy-tariffs and quotas-when importing is done by competitive traders who are identical ex ante but differ ex post. We show that the standard equivalence results no longer hold and the conventional ranking of tariffs and quotas is turned on its head: quotas are not as bad for welfare as previously believed, while tariffs may restrict trade by more than originally intended. Furthermore, the allocation of property rights (quota licenses) has real effects beyond the distribution of rents; this, in turn, has implications for the effects of corruption on welfare.

How To Beat A Bum Rap Sheet

Author : Illinois. Criminal Justice Information Systems Council
ISBN : OCLC:2943222
Genre : Criminal records
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Army Unit Cohesion In Vietnam A Bum Rap

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ISBN : OCLC:713225534
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The recently implemented program of the Army regimental system perhaps best typifies the current perception of the linkage between primary group cohesion and fighting power. Curiously, the U.S. Army decided on this program based on one of the very factors Richard H. Kohn cited in support of his argument, the loosening of unit ties caused by personnel policies during the Vietnam War. By being assigned individually and without regard to previous unit association, it was reasoned, the soldier did not develop personal or unit loyalties and perceived his environment only in terms of his own security, an egocentric creed which the one-year tour accentuated. Indeed, several commentators, particularly Richard Gabriel and Paul Savage in "Crisis in Command," maintain that unenlightened personnel policies -- individual rotation among them -- caused U.S. Army, Vietnam (USARV), to all but disintegrate in the final years of that conflict. Yet, is it true that Army personnel policies had such an inimical effect on unit performance? There are no conclusive studies of cohesion and fighting power during the Vietnam War, or for World War II and the Korean War. Nevertheless, there exists a body of literature critical of individual rotation policies during the Vietnam War and their deleterious effects. With few exceptions, the writers are civilian. Although no authoritative research exists, a large body of personal memoirs and incidental studies does provide the basis for an examination of the interrelationship between personnel policies and unit performance in Vietnam. I contend that individual rotation did not adversely affect the unit cohesion which sustained American soldiers in combat throughout most of the Vietnam War even though other personnel policies did not take adequate cognizance of group dynamics.

The Routledge Dictionary Of Modern American Slang And Unconventional English

Author : Tom Dalzell
ISBN : 9780415371827
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Includes words and phrases from United States history and from such current subcultures as technology and the Internet, the media, recent immigrants, and fashion.

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