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Israel's Separation Wall: A Health Hazard
In July 2004, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled Israel's 'Separation Wall' illegal, saying its route inside the West Bank, and associated gate and permit system, violated Israel's obligations under international law, ordering the completed sections dismantled, and "all legislative and regulatory acts relating thereto" repealed or rendered "ineffective forthwith." The ICJ also mandated reparations for the "requisition and destruction of homes, businesses, and agricultural holdings (and) to return the land, orchards, olive groves, and other immovable property seized," obligating member states to ... market research, surveys and trends
Separation of Church and State
A piece of software is, first, an organic whole. However, we've all had to unravel somebody else's spaghetti (or, better, our own) and know that it's useful to break that whole into organized pieces. You might use object oriented programming, for instance. One useful way to break down a game is into a Game Engine part and a World Data part. Once you've got that, you just point the Game Engine to your World Data and press Play. If you're making Sokoban this maybe isn't so hard to achieve. The Game part governs movement rules, and maybe a other things like level selection, scoring, restarting, while ... market research, surveys and trends


Israel's Security Fence
attacks against its civilians that have killed more than 850 people and wounded thousands more since September 2000, Israel’s unity government decided to construct a security fence near the northern part of the pre-1967 “Green Line” between Israel and the West Bank to prevent Palestinian terrorists from infiltrating into Israeli population centers. The project has had the overwhelming support of the Israeli public which sees the barrier as vital to their security. There is actually nothing new about the construction ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Half a million Israelis live on stolen West Bank land
The civil rights organisation B’Tselem states that more than half a million Israeli settlers are living on land situated within the West Bank. A report finds there are an estimated 300,000 people living in 121 official settlements, plus 100,000 in smaller unofficial “outposts”. The remainder in the 12 Jerusalem neighbourhoods annexed to the Jerusalem Municipality. This represents a total control of 42.8 percent of West Bank land, equalling 2,399,824 dunam, (1 dunam = 1000 square meters) Outposts are settlements built without government approval, but with the support of various government ministries, the army, and the Civil ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Okaloosa faces tough decisions on 2011 budget (DOCUMENT)
Okaloosa County’s proposed 2011 budget has been one of the most challenging of County Administrator Jim Curry’s career. “It comes on the heels of four years of declining revenue,” Curry said. “Then we get hit with another year of record decreases. … The oil spill is absolutely a factor. Tourism is down. Sales tax dollars are down. Gas tax dollars are down.” Curry and his finance staff started the budget process this spring with a directive from county commissioners to hold Okaloosa’s millage at its current rate of 3.28. Because of falling property values, that rate will generate ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The absentee from 6 Molcho St.
The entire conversation with Claudette Habesch, which takes place at the Notre Dame compound, on Jerusalem's "seamline," is conducted in English. The only word Habesch says in Hebrew is "shesh" - the number six - which is the address of a house on Shlomo Molcho Street, in the Talbieh neighborhood of Jerusalem, near Rehavia. "Shlomo Molcho shesh," she says in Hebrew. Thus is engraved in her memory the address of the house where she was born 70 years ago. Claudette Habesch outside the Jerusalem house where she was born. Palestinian workers from Beit Jallah are now renovating the old stone house. Habesch agreed to be ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


4. Separation in the Plane. The SMSG postulates provide the basis ...
Proposition (The Line Separation Property): Let A, B, and C be three collinear points such that A is between B and C, and let l denote ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
When driveways are to be jointly used by two or more property owners, the property line separation requirements given in the above paragraph can be waived . ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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