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Nottinghamshire : the midland stronghold by Arthur Mee Read ebook in TXT, PRC, DOCX

Author: Arthur Mee
Publisher: S. Yorks, England : The King's England Press, 1989.
ISBNISSN: 1872438008, 9781872438009
Genre: Guidebooks
Notes: ix, 339 pages, [36] pages of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: Nottinghamshire : the midland stronghold
Other titles: Arthur Mee's Nottinghamshire
Edition: Print book : English
Violence-a matter of perspective? --
The near miss --
Victims of workplace violence : a life changing event --
Legal obligations and workplace violence --
Workplace culture that may breed violence --
Business impacts of workplace violence --
Reaction and recovery : treating the wounds of violence --
Early warning signs : can the problem be stopped before it starts? --
Proactively dealing with anger in the workplace --
Violence on campus : a new and evolving threat --
Background screening : important, but not the silver bullet --
Policies and procedures : creating a framework for prevention and reaction --
Training --
Investigating incidents : responding to an active shooter --
Cyber threats : an emerging concern. Introduction : the role of systemic disease in diabetic foot complications / Peter Sheehan --
Pathogenesis of diabetic foot complications / Andrew J.M. Boulton --
The diabetic foot examination / Nalini Singh and John Giurini --
Foot risk classification and prevention / Edgar J.G. Peters and Karel Bakker --
Shoes and insoles for at-risk people with diabetes / Jan S. Ulbrecht and Peter R. Cavanagh --
Ulcer assessment and classification / Nicolaas C. Schaper --
Off-loading in the diabetic foot wound / David G. Armstrong and Stephanie Wu --
Debridement of the diabetic foot / Christopher Attinger --
Adjunctive wound therapies / Robert Kirsner and Paul E. Banwell --
The diabetic charcot foot : recognition, evaluation, and management / Lee J. Sanders and Robert G. Frykberg --
Infection in the diabetic foot / Anthony R. Berendt and Benjamin A. Lipsky --
Evaluation and management of peripheral arterial disease / Joseph L. Mills Sr. "Suitable for all ages"--Back cover. Foreword Figures Acknowledgments Introduction Welcome to law Using this book Part I Surviving Law 1 Why are you studying law? 2 Coping at university 3 Essential study skills: time management 4 Essential study skills: reading, notetaking and learning legal concepts Part II Understanding law 5 Crucial concepts 6 Reading case law 7 Introductory legal theory Part III Using the law 8 Writing law essays 9 Preparing for law exams 10 Sitting law exams 11 Dealing with problems Part IV Conclusion 12 Final reflections on law Appendices Originally published in Venice in 1610. "Special treatises on the person of the Holy Spirit": pages [ix]-x. Translated from the Japanese.
"First published in 2006 by Media Works Inc., Tokyo, Japan"--Colophon.
Title is pronounced as "Yoh-tsoo-bah-toh."
Book reads from right to left in the original Japanese format. Yotsuba, the new girl in town, doesn't really fit in thanks to her green hair and abrasive personality, but she is not afraid to stand up for herself, even if it means going toe-to-toe with a cardboard robot and dealing with herbullying understudy. "Supported by the British Cave Research Association"--T.p. verso. Previous edition: 2003.
Includes index. pt. I. General principles --
The scope of damages --
Measure of damages --
Financial loss --
Damages for non-pecuniary loss --
Avoided and avoidable loss --
Remoteness of damage --
Causation and damages --
Contributary negligence and contribution --
The currency of the award --
The right to interest --
Effect of death, bankruptcy, assignment, etc --
pt. II. Damages other than for personal injury --
Physical damage to land --
Tresspass to land, nuisance and analogous torts --
Damage to chattels --
Interference with goods --
Wrongs to the person --
Damages for misrepresentation --
Torts affecting reputation and privacy --
Damages for breach of contract --
general principles --
Contracts for the benefit of third parties --
Penalties and liquidated damages --
Contracts for the sale of goods and other assets --
Contracts for the sale of land : covenants over freehold land --
Leases of land --
Contracts for the carriage of goods --
Agency relationships --
Professional liability --
Miscellaneous torts and non-contractual liabilities --
pt. III. Personal injury damages --
Personal injury damages --
Causation and personal injury cases --
Assessment of damages for pain, suffering and loss of amenity --
Specific personal injury damages --
Past and future loss --
Criminal injuries compensation --
Fatal accident claims --
Interim and provisional awards, periodic payments and supplementary orders. "How a fair-weather daysailing couple from the Northeast managed to find their way to the Bahamas and back." Cover title.
Text and illustrations on inside covers.
Touch and feel book, with fold-out pages. Includes index. v. 1. Principles of flight and helicopter handling --
v. 2. Powerplants, instruments and hydraulics. Cambridge and Sinai / David Cornick. --
What did the Giblews believe? / Martin Cressey. --
Agnes Smith-Lewis as a textual critic / John O'Neill. --
A selection of the writings of Agnes Lewis and Margaret Gibson / Selected by David Cornick. --
Editha Klipstein and the twins / Translated by John Proctor and Andrew Thompson. --
Cambridge and reluctant dissent / David Cornick. This recording contains program announcements from a broadcast of Minnesota Radio Talking Book. Revenge & reconciliation / Rwanda --
Sorry / South Africa --
The arts behind bars / Uganda & Jamaica --
Women and drama / Thailand --
Solitary and supermaxes / Brazil --
Private prisons / Australia --
Reentry / Singapore --
Justice? / Norway. "Beginning in Africa and ending in Europe, Incarceration Nations is a first-person odyssey through the prison systems of the world. Professor, journalist, and founder of the Prison-to-College-Pipeline, Dreisinger looks into the human stories of incarcerated men and women and those who imprison them, creating a jarring, poignant view of a world to which most are denied access, and a rethinking of one of America's most far-reaching global exports: the modern prison complex. From serving as a restorative justice facilitator in a notorious South African prison and working with genocide survivors in Rwanda, to launching a creative writing class in an overcrowded Ugandan prison and coordinating a drama workshop for women prisoners in Thailand, Dreisinger examines the world behind bars with equal parts empathy and intellect. She journeys to Jamaica to visit a prison music program, to Singapore to learn about approaches to prisoner reentry, to Australia to grapple with the bottom line of private prisons, to a federal supermax in Brazil to confront the horrors of solitary confinement, and finally to the so-called model prisons of Norway. Incarceration Nations concludes with climactic lessons about the past, present, and future of justice."--Publisher's description.