Police justifiably kill on average nearly 400 felons each year (the figure below and figure 1). From 1976 to 1998, the U.S. population age 13 or older grew by about 47 million people and the size of the police force in the United States grew by over 200,000 officers, but the number of felons justifiably ...
Haverford College prides itself, justifiably, on being one of the relatively small number of institutions of higher learning i
Missourians have a diverse cultural inheritance of which we are justifiably proud. From our beautiful State Capitol building to Main Street in St. Charles to scenic rural vistas of Highway 79 to the skyscrapers of Kansas City and St. Louis, we take pleasure in our inheritance of historic places ...
Jacob white, founded in 1911, is justifiably proud of its reputation throughout the world as one of the most versatile manufacturers of cartoning equipment.
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(The concept of extreme paternalism) 5) A person's liberty is justifiably restricted to prevent that person from acting immorally. (The principle of legal moralism) 6) A person's liberty is justifiably restricted to benefit others.
LEDs in outdoor lighting applications have created much excitement - justifiably so. The LED promises long life, energy savings and a better illuminated, safer outdoor environment.
When someone is 'justifiably angry', others often anticipate and fear the possibility of aggression against the violator of cultural values. On the other hand, it is expected that people who are 'justifiably angry' will not physically aggress against another.
CRS Report for Congress Prepared for Members and Committees of Congress Compulsory DNA Collection: A Fourth Amendment Analysis Anna C. Henning Legislative Attorney February 16, 2010 Congressional Research Service 7-5700 www.crs.gov R40077
People who ‘fail’ are justifiably mystified: ‘Don’t I have a personality?’ • Sometimes the tests are interpreted by people who do not have a great deal of