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Sheriff's deputies in Ware County, Ga., said a car pulled over for weaving in and out of its lane had a naked man behind the wheel. Ware County Sheriff Randy Royal said deputies pulled the man over on Suwanee Chapel Road while patrolling the area for suspected drug activity and discovered the driver was wearing nothing, the (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union reported Wednesday. Royal said the deputies advised the man to put his clothes on and to stay dressed while driving. He gave no...
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The first time went too fast, so he did it again. When Ed Morris set out to ride his bike cross-country for the second time he did so with the idea of exploring the contrast between big city politics and small town reality.
By Hafidah Samat; Shuhada Elis KUALA LUMPUR: The voices of protest against the conferment of a datukship on Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan are growing louder.
By GRAEME SMITH THE heroic skipper of a North Sea fishing vessel who dived into the water in a bid to save a crewman who had fallen overboard has been praised by investigators for his bravery.
By Grendstad, Gunnar Presidential scholars hypothesize that presidential contestedness increases among recent presidents only because of unfinished research or within historical eras because of growing governing problems.
By Rich, Grant J Something for Everyone The Academic's Handbook, 3rd ed. A. Leigh Deneef and Craufurd D. Goodwin, eds. Durham, N. C: Duke University Press, 2008 REVIEWED BY GRANT J.
By Marthers, Paul Parker, Jeff How do liberal arts colleges decide what to pay new faculty? Do liberal arts colleges act like research universities when they seek to appoint new faculty members? Evidence shows that research universities bid aggressively for talent, using discretionary salary policies to achieve a diverse professoriate, appoint research stars, and fill vacancies in fields where market forces require differential salaries.
By Rich Flowers, Athens Daily Review, Texas Aug. 6--The Henderson County Sheriff's Department is in a time of transition under interim Sheriff Mark Jordan.
Text of editorial by Farzaneh Rusta'i, headlined: "An elegy for the faculty of law" published by Iranian newspaper Etemad website on 27 July On one of the days of spring 1370 [1991-92], I was reviewing the notes I had taken in the previous session while waiting for the lecturer of Islamic political jurisprudence behind the green bench in one of the classes on the third floor of the Political Science and Law Faculty of Tehran University.
By Alex Doniach Plan for retired deputies falters A proposal to staff part-time retired deputies in Shelby County courtrooms and with sequestered juries was put on hold for another two weeks.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.