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Date added: 2004-02-21 Posted by: Pelu
Brand: Hitachi Firmware: N/A
Model number: HDS722512VLAT20 Manufacture date: N/A
Model name / serie: DESKSTAR Buffersize: 8 MB
Drive size: 123.5 GB RPM: 7200
XBOX version: v1.3 Progam(s): CONFIGMAGIC

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#1 - posted by (192.99.2.*)2014-01-08 23:09:00
I'm confused as to the Census' doiinftien of origin and race . When will American be considered an origin? Maybe in the 1790 s, capturing someone's origin, such as Germany, Sweden, Mexico, Spain, etc. may have been important considering the number of immigrants that were entering the United States; however, I do not see how it is relative now considering 95% of the people completing the census were born in America, therefore their origin is American, which is not captured.I have spoken to several friends that are Hispanic (which is a race that is not captured); however there parents were born in America, they were born in America and therefore they consider themselves as Americans, not Mexican Americans, so how do you expect them to answer question 8? Who do you expect them to answer question 9; White? What is the doiinftien of White ? Why is Mexican American considered an origin, but African American considered a race? How do you expect persons of mixed race to answer questions 8 and 9?Your origin is where you came from and your race is who you represent. And I think it is about high time the government starts capturing this information more accurately.

#2 - posted by (91.205.7*.*)2014-01-10 00:33:31
- Forwarded message -From: Debbie Tomasovic Date: Sat, May 26, 2012 at 10:07 AMSubject: DV <a href="">rescraeh</a>To: Marna,Below are two emails from Eric Mankowski, Ph.D. with PSU regarding his interpretations of some of the recent DV effectiveness <a href="">rescraeh</a>. He will be one of our keynote speakers at the August NW Association of Domestic Violence Treatment Providers in Vancouver. Thank you for being open to receiving this input.Debbie Tomasovic, LMFTA Better Way CounselingDomestic Violence Treatment ProviderVancouver, WashingtonDebbie,I have been out of town and away from email, so sorry for the delayed response. Yes, you can forward my email. It's important also to note, which I did not below, that Gondolf's finding of the 50% reduction in re-assault among program attenders held even after statistically controlling for demographic characteristics, and personality and behavioral differences among the attenders vs. drop outs. The reduction in re-assault cannot be explained by demographic differences in those who attend vs. drop out.Finally, please note that I mistakenly wrote below about the California study as showing promising outcomes in Oregon , which should have been California .-EricOn Thu, May 17, 2012 at 9:56 AM, Debbie Tomasovic wrote:I appreciate your thoughtful response. May I forward this and or your follow up email on Monday to Marna Miller? Debbie Tomasovic

#3 - posted by (212.45.4*.*)2014-03-01 14:55:03
Compliance with Quotes Chimp law. Most states allow insurance com�panies to refuse to renew for just about any reason. Some, how�ever, prevent nonrenewal based on age, sex, race, or occupation. That's about it. Oh, some states require that you be told the reason you are not being renewed, but that isn't usually tough to figure out. It may be a ticket or two, an accident, or any activity the company believes increases your risk. Far too often, it means merely applying for insurance benefits to which you are legally entitled.

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