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Guilt By Association

Author : Mike Mackey
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113090562
Genre : Concentration camps
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Book contains essays which look at unknown or little known aspects of Japanese settlement, internment, and relocation in the Rocky Mountain West.
Category: Concentration camps

Guilt By Association

Author : Geoffrey S. Smith
ISBN : 9780199386789
Genre : History
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"Guilt by Association explores the creation, publication, and circulation of heresy catalogues by second- and early third-century Christians. Polemicists made use of these religious blacklists, which include the names of heretical teachers along with summaries of their unsavory doctrines and nefarious misdeeds, in order to discredit opponents and advocate their expulsion from the "authentic" Christianity community. The heresy catalogue proved to be an especially effective literary technology in struggles for religious authority and legitimacy because it not only recast rival teachers as menacing adversaries, but also reinforced such characterizations by organizing otherwise unaffiliated teachers into coherent intellectual, social, and scholastic communities that are established and sustained by demonic powers. This study focuses especially on the earliest Christian heresy catalogues, those found within the works of Justin, Irenaeus, Hegesippus, and the authors the Testimony of Truth and the Tripartite Tractate, with a special emphasis on the first two. Justin and Irenaeus receive special attention not because as so-called "fathers of the church" they occupy a privileged position in the historical record, but because by promoting and making use of a particular heresy catalogue, the Syntagma against All the Heresies, they popularized one specific heresiological model at the expense of others. By focusing upon the heresy catalogue, Guilt by Association not only accounts for the emergence of the Christian heresiological tradition; it also sheds new light upon the socio-rhetorical aims of the Pastoral Epistles, the circulation of early Christian literature, the emergence of a distinct Christian identity, and the origins of Gnosticism"--
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Guilty By Association

Author : Pat Simmons
ISBN : 9780802481481
Genre : Fiction
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The Jamieson Family Legacy series follows the lives of the two Jamieson brothers in Boston, Kidd and Ace and their cousin Cameron from St. Louis. Guilty by Association is the story of Kevin "Kidd" Jamieson. Kidd has a chip on his shoulder because of his absentee father. How dare his father insist that his sons carry his last name when he did nothing but abandon his family? As far as he's concerned the Jamieson name is worthless and it shows as his anger seeps out into every area of his life and he carelessly leaves a trail of destruction wherever he goes. When Kidd receives an invitation from a distant cousin, Parke Jamieson VI to come to St. Louis for a visit, he is hesitant but accepts almost as a dare. Initially he bumps heads with Parke but when a series of events involving a dog named Silent Killer, a pair of Stacy Adams shoes, and a couple of women of faith, take place, Kidd's raging storm is challenged. Will determination to keep up his bad boy attitude and hatred for the Jamieson name destroy Kidd? Or, will the information he's given about his father's family and a few unexpected encounters break him and turn his life upside down?
Category: Fiction

Guilt By Association Danielle Ross Mystery Book 1

Author : Gilbert Morris
ISBN : 9781441239884
Genre : Fiction
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Twelve strangers. One Ssecret that could cost them everything. Can Danielle Ross find the link before time runs out?
Category: Fiction

Guilt By Association

Author : Susan R. Sloan
ISBN : 0316911666
Genre : English fiction
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Raped and beaten, Karen Kern was astonished when the police dropped the charges against her assailant. After gradually rebuilding her life over a number of years, she discovered that her attacker was the favourite candidate for the Presidency. This is the story of her revenge.
Category: English fiction

Guilt By Association

Author : Marcia Clark
ISBN : 9781444707519
Genre : Fiction
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In Rachel Knight, author and OJ Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark has created a feisty heroine with class and style - a terrific character for a heart-thumping thriller series set in LA. 'A terrific writer and storyteller' James Patterson When Deputy District Attorney Rachel Knight's journey home is interrupted by screaming sirens, she decides to follow them. But what she finds when she arrives at a sleazy LA motel shatters her world: her trusted colleague Jake lies dead beside the body of a teenage male prostitute. The police say murder/suicide. Rachel's gut says different. Her search for proof will take her through the dark and tangled city, from its wealthy suburbs to its violent heart. And a truth so dangerous it could kill her. Rachel Knight returns in the novels GUILT BY DEGREES, KILLER AMBITION and THE COMPETITION and the short stories If I'm Dead and Trouble In Paradise for more L.A. crime and court action!
Category: Fiction

Guilt By Association

Author : Heather Day Gilbert
ISBN : 0997827920
Genre : Drugs
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Tess Spencer hadn't planned on returning to her hometown, but when her ex-prisoner mom puts in a special request, Tess overcomes her hesitance to help her turn over a new leaf. Pearletta Vee's drug-dealing past is resurrected when the body of an overdosed teen shows up-right next to her trailer. Tess decides to stick around and investigate, yet the evidence is stacked against Pearletta. Tess suspects a setup-but why? Never one to back down from a challenge, Tess takes on a wayward teen, an abusive grandma, and more than one drug dealer in her quest for the truth. But it's going to take a miracle to keep her from becoming a casualty in her own personal war on drugs. Plunging into the shadowy reality of the drug epidemic in West Virginia, Guilt by Association is the third book in the award-winning Murder in the Mountains mystery series.
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Guilt By Association

Author : Tamar Myers
ISBN : OCLC:704902368
Genre : Antique dealers
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Category: Antique dealers

Guilt By Association

Author : Jeffrey R. Gates
ISBN : 098213150X
Genre : Israel
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The corruption that plagues American politics is traced to an alliance with elites and extremists loyal to the Land of Israel. Unable to rid politics of campaign finance corruption the U.S. finds its security imperiled by those skilled at deceiving America into waging wars for the Zionist state. Tracing this corruption to criminal syndicates from the 1920s, this book reveals how those skilled at displacings facts with beliefs wield clout from the shadows. Both deception and self-deceit play critical roles in enabling this criminality to expand its reach on a global scale. The book documents how--by operating in the realms of politics, media, academia, think tanks, and popular culture--corruption came to dominate politics, as shown by presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama. --From p. 4 of cover.
Category: Israel

Guilt By Association

Author : Jordan Shifrin
ISBN : 9780595198122
Genre : Law
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All over the country people are thrust into positions of authority with little or no preparation. They are responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of real estate, make decisions affecting the lives of hundreds of people and are responsible for spending hundreds of thousands of dollars every year. Who are these people? Why they are newly elected directors on the board of a condominium or homeowners association. Whether they are serving because of their own self-interest or for the greater good of the entire community, most people are ill prepared for this task and there is very little written on the subject. This book is an overview of the most significant and frequent issues, which board members and property managers deal with on a day-to-day basis. This handy reference is written in plain English and provides practical, no-nonsense advice on dealing with both the routine and complex problems arising out of homeowner association governance.
Category: Law

Guilt By Association

Author : Gregory Ashe
ISBN :
Genre : Fiction
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Everything in Emery Hazard’s life is finally going well: his boyfriend, Nico, is crazy about him; he has a loyal partner at work; and he has successfully closed a series of difficult murders. By all accounts, he should be happy. What he can’t figure out, then, is why he’s so damn miserable. After a fight with Nico, Hazard needs work to take his mind off his relationship. And someone in town is happy to oblige by murdering the sheriff. The job won’t be easy; the sheriff had enemies, lots of them, and narrowing down the list of suspects will be difficult. Difficult, but routine. The arrival of a special prosecutor, however, throws the case into turmoil, and Hazard and Somers find themselves sidelined. With an agenda of his own, the prosecutor forces the case toward his favorite suspect, while Hazard and Somers scramble to find the real killer. As the people they care about are drawn into the chaos, Hazard and Somers have to fight to keep what they love--and to keep each other. To find the killer, they will have to reveal what each has kept buried for years: their feelings for each other. And for Hazard, that’s a hell of a lot scarier than murder.
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Guilt By Association

Author : Michael P. Farris
ISBN : 0805401555
Genre : Fiction
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When an abortion clinic burns to the ground, Suzie O'Dell, a college student on the clinic's board, is charged with the crime. In the face of daunting evidence to the contrary, a pro-life group hires Peter Barron to fight the charges in federal court.
Category: Fiction

Guilt By Association

Author : Mark Sotallaro
ISBN : OCLC:316855761
Genre : Corporate culture
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"With long-standing, historic culture differences, legal restrictions, and different functional chains of command, can Air Force Active Duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve personnel co-exist as part of the same operational unit to form an effective warfighting team? This paper will utilize the Problem/Solution Research Methodology to present the key to break the cultural barriers of Total Force Integration. It is imperative that Air Force leaders understand how to overcome the limitations and synergize the diverse strengths of both the active duty and Citizen Airmen1 culture to develop an operationally effective warfighting team. Total Force Integration is the Air Force of our future. The concept has been championed by Air Force senior leadership with a vision that "Associates" Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, and Air Force Active Duty components into a single, effective combat unit. Now, after the concept has hatched, the theory of Total Force Integration is meeting reality head-on. Complex internal and external organizational and cultural divisions within these new units are creating passionate friction and driving wedges in unit morale. Urban legend and misinformation are beginning to resonate through the ranks. In a profession where perception is often reality, hard questions are starting to surface. This paper will investigate how the strengths of the diverse cultures can be harnessed to form an effective warfighting team and provide the framework for understanding the culture of Total Force Integration."--Abstract.
Category: Corporate culture

Guilt By Association

Author : J.C. Simmons
ISBN : 9780595724789
Genre : Political Science
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All over the country people are thrust into positions of authority with little or no preparation. They are responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of real estate, make decisions affecting the lives of hundreds of people and are responsible for spending hundreds of thousands of dollars every year. Who are these people? Why they are newly elected directors on the board of a condominium or homeowners association. Whether they are serving because of their own self-interest or for the greater good of the entire community, most people are ill prepared for this task and there is very little written on the subject. This book is an overview of the most significant and frequent issues, which board members and property managers deal with on a day-to-day basis. This handy reference is written in plain English and provides practical, no-nonsense advice on dealing with both the routine and complex problems arising out of homeowner association governance.
Category: Political Science

Susan Sloan Omnibus

Author : Susan Sloan
ISBN : 0751536520
Genre : Suspense fiction, American
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GUILT BY ASSOCIATION Date-rape didn't exist in 1962. But thirty years after Karen Kern's life fell apart on a cold New York night, her nemesis returns, hogging the limelight on prime time TV. Bob, the ex-Harvard man with the fatal charm, is now Senator Willmont, riding high in the polls and running for President. But this is no longer 1962, and times have changed ... AN ISOLATED INCIDENT The motto of Seward Island is 'a good place to visit - a great place to raise a family', but when a fifteen-year-old girl is found brutally slain tranquil surface of the quiet community begins to crumble revealing deep-rooted prejudices and a web of corruption which threatens to ensnare the most innocent of the island's inhabitants.
Category: Suspense fiction, American

Ad Hominem Arguments

Author : Douglas Walton
ISBN : 0817309225
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Douglas Walton presents a clear account of the structure of the ad hominem argument and how that structure can be used to evaluate specific cases of this type of argumentation as fallacious or not.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Yeast Gene Analysis

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ISBN : 0080919138
Genre : Science
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Focusing on Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the second edition of Yeast Gene Analysis represents a major reworking of the original edition, with many completely new chapters and major revisions to all previous chapters. Originally published shortly after completion of the yeast genome sequence, the new edition covers many of the major genome-wide strategies that have been developed since then such as microarray analysis of transcription, synthetic gene array studies, protein microarrays and chemical genetic approaches. It represents a valuable resource for any research laboratory using budding yeast as their experimental system in which to identify new yeast gene functions. The chapters are written in a readable style with useful background information, technical tips and specific experimental protocols included as appropriate, enabling both the novice and the experienced yeast researcher to adopt new procedures with confidence. New chapters on: * strain construction * genome-wide two-hybrid approaches * use of microarrays for transcript analysis * real-time analysis of chromosome behaviour and FRET * synthetic gene array technology and protein arrays * chemical genomics and yeast prions * RNA gene analysis and mitochondrial gene function analysis * phylogenetic footprinting * discovering human gene function and predicting yeast gene function
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Us National Security Intelligence And Democracy

Author : Russell A. Miller
ISBN : 9781134064441
Genre : History
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This volume examines the investigation by the 1975 Senate Select Committee (‘Church Committee’) into US intelligence abuses during the Cold War, and considers its lessons for the current ‘war on terror’. This report remains the most thorough public record of America’s intelligence services, and many of the legal boundaries operating on US intelligence agencies today are the direct result of reforms proposed by the Church Committee, including the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The Church Committee also drew attention to the importance of constitutional government as a Congressional body overseeing the activities of the Executive branch. Placing the legacy of the Church Committee in the context of the contemporary debate over US national security and democratic governance, the book brings together contributions from distinguished policy leaders and scholars of law, intelligence and political science.
Category: History