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  • 101State University of New York at Plattsburgh — Infobox University name = SUNY Plattsburgh image size = 110px motto = A Superbus Preteritus, A Validus Posterus A Proud Past, A Strong Future established = 1889 former names = Plattsburgh State Normal and Training School type = Public president …

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  • 102State of Vietnam referendum, 1955 — Ngô Đình Diệm declared himself president of the newly proclaimed Republic of Vietnam after a fraudulent referendum. The State of Vietnam referendum of 1955 determined the future form of government of the State of Vietnam, the nation that was to… …

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  • 103state — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. condition, shape (inf.), kilter (inf.), category, estate, lot, makeup (inf.); case, mood, disposition, temper; pickle, contretemps, quandary, dilemma, plight; aspect, appearance; constitution,… …

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  • 104state — 1. state, v. To express the particulars of a thing in writing or in words; to set down or set forth in detail; to aver, allege, or declare. To set down in gross; to mention in general terms, or by way of reference; to refer 2. noun A people… …

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  • 105State University of New York at Fredonia — Infobox University name=State University of New York at Fredonia motto= | Where Success is a Tradition. established=1826 type=Public coeducational endowment= $17.41 million (FY 2007) [SUNY Fredonia Facts, Media Relations Office,… …

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  • 106State-corporate crime — In criminology, the concept of state corporate crime or incorporated governance refers to crimes that result from the relationship between the policies of the state and the policies and practices of commercial corporations. The term was coined by …

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  • 107welfare — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. well being; prosperity, advancement, profit, sake, benefit; social work or service, dole, re lief; happiness, success. See goodness, payment. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Personal condition] Syn. health,… …

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  • 108State budget of Norway — The State budget of Norway ( no. Statsbudsjettet) is a budget passed by the Norwegian legislature, Storting, each year. It accumulates all income and expenses for the Government of Norway. The document defines the taxes to be collected, and what… …

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  • 109state aid — Financial aid given by the state to city, town, or county, one of the older examples of which is the giving of funds for construction of highways. 25 Am J1st High § 610. The distribution of state funds to local bodies for use in the construction… …

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  • 110State University of New York at Stony Brook — Vorlage:Infobox Hochschule/Mitarbeiter fehlt Stony Brook University Gründung 1957 Trägerschaft öffentlich …

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  • 111welfare capitalism — noun : capitalism characterized by a concern for the welfare of various social groupings (as workers) expressed usually through social security programs, collective bargaining agreements, state industrial codes, and other guarantees against… …

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  • 112State Veterinary Service — The State Veterinary Service(SVS) was an executive agency of the UK government department the [http://www.defra.gov.uk/ Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs] (Defra). It was the government s delivery agent responsible for animal… …

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  • 113state police power — Every state has power to enact laws for the protection of its citizens health, welfare, morals and safety and such power is derived from the 10th Amendment, U.S.Const. This power is upheld if exercised in a manner consistent with its ends and if… …

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  • 114STATE OF ISRAEL — …

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  • 115Welfare to Work — a phrase used in Britain and the US for government programmes that are aimed at reducing the number of people who are unemployed and receiving money from the State, by creating jobs for them or training them for work. * * * …

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  • 116welfare-jockey — n American a recipient of state subsidies, unem ployment pay, etc. A pejorative term employed by the right wing comic writer P. J. O Rourke, among others …

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  • 117social welfare —    ‘Social welfare’ is sometimes a synonym for welfare state, but here it is taken to refer to ideas about what the objectives of a welfare state are and by what mechanisms and processes they might best be achieved.    The principle of less… …

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  • 118Social welfare in New Zealand — Social welfare has long been an important part of New Zealand society and a significant political issue. It is concerned with the provision by the state of benefits and services. Together with fiscal welfare and occupational welfare, it goes to… …

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  • 119Criticisms of welfare — The notion, and the extent of, the modern welfare state has been criticised on both economic and social grounds, from both the Left and the Right of the political spectrum. Contents 1 Libertarian Conservative criticisms 2 Socialist Anarchist… …

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  • 120SOCIAL SECURITY AND WELFARE — SOCIAL POLICY In the first three decades of statehood through the end of the 1970s Israel acquired the basic features of a modern welfare state. This meant that Israel succeeded in developing a broad network of social services that included… …

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