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massive and investigation
There was no investigation into the massive fire, and Cromwell never recovered its former wild status.
Laura and Neil, who think he has kidnapped him against his will, call the police, who start a massive investigation.
Ahtisaari served as UN undersecretary general for administration and management from 1987 to 1991 causing mixed feelings inside the organization during an internal investigation of massive fraud.
After a massive investigation, a baby's body, presumed to be that of Charles Lindbergh Jr., was discovered the following May 12, some four miles ( 6 km ) from the Lindberghs ' home, at the summit of a hill on the Hopewell-Mt.
" Then, Fuentes reminded Cárdenas how the U. S. launched a massive manhunt and investigation after the kidnap, torture, and assassination of the DEA agent Enrique Camarena in 1985 in Mexico.
In early 2003, the Boston Globe launched an investigation into Bechtel's role in massive cost overruns and accounting irregularities in Boston's Big Dig project totaling over $ 1 billion.
Coming full circle, investigation of these types of luminous supernovae suggests that some of them are due to explosions of extremely massive low metallicity stars by the pair instability mechanism, although not with the energies that were speculated for them decades earlier.
In 1938, he sought funding to launch a massive nationwide investigation of media conglomerates for proof of Republican interference in the press.
These and other scandals led to a massive internal investigation by the Dorset Constabulary into the Metropolitan Police Service and the City of London Police, codenamed Operation Countryman.
A fact finding mission on Human Rights violations during the 2008 Gaza War between Israel and Hamas was called by the Jan 12 2009 UNHRC Resolution A / HRC / S-9 / L. 1 which limited the investigation to " violations (...) by the occupying Power, Israel, against the Palestinian people throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory, particularly in the occupied Gaza Strip " but, before any investigation, already " Strongly condemns the ongoing Israeli military operation carried out in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, particularly in the occupied Gaza Strip, which has resulted in massive violations of the human rights of the Palestinian people ".
The story captivated the nation and a massive investigation was launched.
In August, the Senate completed its investigation of the Aircraft Board, and while it found no criminal culpability, it reported that massive waste and delay in production had occurred.
A massive investigation failed to find Bible John, and the murders remains unsolved.
In 1989 the UK's Serious Fraud Office started criminal investigation regarding alleged massive fraud at ISC.
* BCCI ( 1991 ): A fraud investigation revealed that the bank laundered massive amounts of money for criminal enterprises and had unlawfully gained control of First American Bankshares, a major American bank.
Michael Levar is a focus of a massive investigation of city aviation deals looking into possible women-and minority-owned business fraud and into campaign contributions from airport contractors to Alderman Levar.
It swiftly became apparent that Poulson was at the centre of a massive corruption scandal, and in July 1972, the Metropolitan Police began an investigation for fraud.
Police launched a massive manhunt and investigation.
White & Case represented Aramco, which held the concession to develop and produce Saudi Arabia's massive oil reserves, when the company was served with a federal grand jury subpoena in an investigation of alleged worldwide oil cartels.
Burdened by the knowledge that the massive investigation has little chance of success, Reed accuses Warren of not taking the threat seriously enough.
In the course of the investigation Nohar unearths a massive conspiracy involving extraterrestrials attempting to negatively influence the technological growth of the Earth's peoples.
An investigation revealed the massive, long-time negligence of the city authorities.
The NLRB found sufficient evidence to conduct a two-month long investigation of " massive illegal conduct " that included " surveillance, interrogation, bribery, threats ," and more.

massive and characteristics
The social and economic connotations of KAR service, combined with the massive wartime expansion of Kenyan defense forces, created a new class of modernized Africans with distinctive characteristics and interests.
Due to massive emigration from Andalusia to the Spanish colonies in the Americas and elsewhere, most American Spanish dialects share some fundamental characteristics with Western Andalusian Spanish, such as the use of ustedes instead of vosotros for the second person plural, and seseo.
The main cave blends Chalukyan architectural features such as massive figures of the divinities, guardians, and square pillars with custom capitals with Gupta artistic characteristics, like the depiction of mountains and clouds and female hairstyles.
There is a subclass of VMS deposits, the volcanic-and sediment-hosted massive sulfide ( VSHMS ) deposits, that do share characteristics that are hybrid between the VMS and SEDEX deposits.
While having no unique characteristics in and of themselves, they often have massive amounts of hit points ( up to 32000 on the lower levels ), making them extremely tedious ( and dangerous if there are other monsters around ) to kill if the character cannot use an Autokill spell.

massive and prospective
He also said that the solution was " a reduction in prospective numbers as would represent re-emigration hardly less massive than the immigration which occurred in the first place ".
In June 1944, at the behest of prospective ICD-ATC commander William H. Tunner, Col. Andrew B. Cannon was assigned to command the Assam Wing in anticipation of a massive increase in C-54s.
After fledging the birds return to the colony after three years, and spend two years building nests, dancing and being with prospective mates, a behaviour that probably evolved to ensure maximum trust between the birds ( raising an albatross chick is a massive energetic investment, and a long courting period establishes for both birds that the other is committed ).
An advance team begins a massive screening of thousands of prospective patients, to see which men, women and children qualify for a surgery.

massive and is
Its massive contours are rooted in the simple need of man, since he is always incomplete, to complete himself.
It is, I insist, hard to define the Rayburn contribution to our political civilization because it is so massive and so widespread and so complicated, and because it goes so deep.
It speeds muscle growth and power development even for the advanced bodybuilder because each hip and leg is exercised separately, thus enabling a massive, concentrated effort to be focused on each.
In the second half of the Sixteenth Century, Sinan, the great architect who is the Michelangelo of the East, designed the massive buttresses that now help support the dome.
In a properly ordered society the massive force of public law performs the function which in natural law theory ineptly is left altogether to a small voice so often still.
The electron is by far the least massive of these particles at, with a negative electrical charge and a size that is too small to be measured using available techniques.
This algorithm is much less prone to loss of precision due to massive cancellation, but might not be as efficient because of the division operation inside the loop.
Averaging at least 1. 6 km thick, the ice is so massive that it has depressed the continental bedrock in some areas more than 2. 5 km below sea level ; subglacial lakes of liquid water also occur ( e. g., Lake Vostok ).
The influence of Sumerian on Akkadian ( and vice versa ) is evident in all areas, from lexical borrowing on a massive scale, to syntactic, morphological, and phonological convergence.
The influence of Sumerian on Akkadian ( and vice versa ) is evident in all areas, from lexical borrowing on a massive scale, to syntactic, morphological, and phonological convergence.
With the assistance of a Brooklyn Union Gas Co. ( now National Grid ) engineering crew, he then broke through the massive concrete bulkhead wall, which is several feet thick.
The writer Arundhati Roy is famous for her anti-nuclear position and her activism against India's massive hydroelectric dam project, sponsored by the World Bank.
Ajmer is protected from the Thar desert by the massive rocks of Nagpathar range.
The Dargāh Sharīf of Khwāja Mu ' īnuddīn Chishtī is situated at the foot of the Tārāgaṛh hill, and consists of several white marble buildings arranged around two courtyards, including a massive gate donated by the Nizām of Hyderabad and the Akbari Mosque, built by the Mughal emperor Shāh Jahān.
As the kinetic energy K of a massive rotating body is given by
In contrast within the Abbey is the massive kitchen with a running stream specially diverted to pass through as a supply of fresh water.
This massive collection of BF's writings, and letters to him, is available in large academic libraries.
They were partly correct: a white dwarf slightly more massive than the Chandrasekhar limit will collapse into a neutron star, which is itself stable because of the Pauli exclusion principle.
The author vaguely suggests that a massive strategic air attack might hold out better prospects, but that topic is not explored in any detail.
At the basis of this ... there is not only the massive use of heavy armoured divisions or cooperation between them and airplanes, but the creation of disorder in the enemy's rear by means of parachute raids.
This is partly due to massive investments in cultural facilities as well as infrastructure and a new wave of successful designers, chefs and architects.
In the area that is now India, massive lava beds called the Deccan Traps were erupted in the very late Cretaceous and early Paleocene.

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