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Workers Compensation - Exam Spring 1997

Kelvin Dickinson, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Workers Compensation, Exam Spring 1997, persuaded,reform,offense,plea bargain,receptionist,grocery shopping,spinal injuries,paraplegic,staggering,W...
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Torts 2 - Exam Spring 1994 - Law - Fran Conte

Fran Conte, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 2, Exam Spring 1994, municipal offices of Arklahoma,shooting range,monitored operation,,blowout,Spence and Associates,grinder,damage.
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Torts 2 - Exam Spring 1992 - Law

Harry Gerla, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 2, Exam Spring 1992, execution for the murder,crime,permission,spared,defense,enormous,average price,United States,roller sticks.
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Torts 2 - Exam Spring 1988 - Law

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Torts 1 - Exam Fall 1992 - Law - Fran Conte

Fran Conte, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 1, Exam Fall 1992, ammunition, immobilization, round, Art, injured, engine, Wishigan court of common pleas,residential area, economic times,facts,...
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Torts 1 - Exam Fall 1991 - Law

Harry Gerla, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 1, Exam Fall 1991, conclusion,dollars,liability,potential liability,CFDSs,City Council of Metropolis,LSD,CVC,Key University to Myers.
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Torts 1 - Exam Fall 1989 - Law - Fran Conte

Fran Conte, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 1, Exam Fall 1989, contributory negligence ,football stadium, conclusion, insurance, squad,justice, psychiatric, medication, anxiety,France,insomn...
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Torts 1 - Exam Fall 1987 - Law

Harry Gerla, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 1, Exam Fall 1987, unemployment rates,Earl's Court Shopping Mall,convenient,meager amount,professional security officers,liability.
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Torts 1 - Exam Fall 1983 - Law

Harry Gerla, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 1, Exam Fall 1983, severe damage,oleolmycin,witness,patient,risk,impotence,sterility,aficionado,WHEE,exculpate Dantes,Private Property,negligence,...
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Torts 1 - Exam Fall 1982 - Law

Harry Gerla, University of Dayton (OH), Law, Torts 1, Exam Fall 1982, Pablo Pickle,binge,instal,jurisdiction,felony of grand larceny,crossbar discharged,decoy,apprehend,police reinforcement,tort li...
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Extortion actus reus has which entities?

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"What is the extortion mens rea? "

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Extortion differs from robbery in which way?

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Extortion has what meanings in law?

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Define theft as a crime.

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Robbery is amalgam of which crimes?

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Intangible property includes which entities?

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What is meant by tangible property?

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Answer each question yes or no. Must two quantities have the same dimensions

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What can we do as precautionary measures for Ebola?

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Define "Database" symbol shown in a flow chart?

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Explain the Quick Sorting?

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Explain type Casting in Java?

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Define Memory-Management Unit (MMU) in Operating System?

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Can some one assess in the context of consumer behavior, Maslow’s Heirarchy of Needs Theory.

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Mention the three sub-processes of the perceptual mechanism.

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Explain the intrinsic features of a Bond.

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Can some one explain the concept of perceived risk barrier?

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