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  • 121Public housing estates in Tseung Kwan O — – including Home Ownership Scheme (HOS), Private Sector Participation Scheme (PSPS), Tenants Purchase Scheme (TPS) Contents 1 History 2 Overview 2.1 Bauhinia Garden …

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  • 122Public international law — concerns the structure and conduct of states and intergovernmental organizations. To a lesser degree, international law also may affect multinational corporations and individuals, an impact increasingly evolving beyond domestic legal… …

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  • 123Public ownership — (also called government ownership, state ownership or state property) refers to government ownership of any asset, industry, or corporation at any level, national, regional or local (municipal); or, it may refer to common (full community) non… …

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  • 124Public awareness of science — (PAwS), also public understanding of science (PUS), is a term relating to the attitudes, behaviours, opinions and activities that comprise the relations between the general public or lay society as a whole to scientific knowledge and organisation …

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  • 125Public housing in Puerto Rico — is a subsidized system of housing units, mostly consisting of housing projects ( Residenciales in Spanish), which are provided for low income and impoverished families in Puerto Rico, a territory of the United States. The system is mainly… …

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  • 126Public health laboratory — Public Health Laboratories operate as a first line of defense to protect the public against diseases and other health hazards. Working in collaboration with other arms of the nation’s public health system, public health laboratories provide… …

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  • 127Public humanities — is a term used to describe the work of organizations, including federal and state humanities agencies, that support and present lectures, exhibitions, and other programs for the general public on topics that include history, philosophy, and the… …

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  • 128Public indecency — refers to activity prohibited by the law in many locations. Public indecency is used as a blanket term for activities that authorities would like to prohibit but that may not be explicitly defined as prohibited. It may also be referred to as… …

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  • 129Public Participation GIS — Public Participation Geographic Information Systems (PPGIS) was born, as a term, in 1996 at the meetings of the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (NCGIA). [ Sieber, R. 2006. Public Participation and Geographic Information… …

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  • 130public school — public school, adj. 1. (in the U.S.) a school that is maintained at public expense for the education of the children of a community or district and that constitutes a part of a system of free public education commonly including primary and… …

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  • 131Public housing estates in Shek Kip Mei — Contents 1 History 2 Overview 3 Chak On Estate 3.1 Houses 4 …

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  • 132Public Prep — charter schools, run by the Public Prep Network, are open to girls in New York, N.Y., in the Lower East Side of Manhattan and in the South Bronx. Expansion to other urban areas and to educate boys is being planned. Girls Prep schools are already… …

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  • 133Public Mobile — est un opérateur low cost de téléphonie mobile canadien. Ses activités sont concentrées dans la région de Montréal et de Toronto. Sommaire 1 Historique 2 Réseau 3 Produits …

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  • 134public good — public good, collective good Public goods were defined initially by (‘The Pure Theory of Public Expenditure’, Review of Economics and Statistics, 1954) as those where person A s consumption of the good did not interfere with person B s… …

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  • 135Public Interest Immunity — (PII) is a principle of English common law under which the English courts can grant a court order allowing one litigant to refrain from disclosing evidence to the other litigants where disclosure would be damaging to the public interest. This is… …

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  • 136Public humiliation — was often used by local communities to punish minor and petty criminals before the age of large, modern prisons (imprisonment was long unusual as a punishment, rather a method of coercion). Contents 1 Shameful exposure 2 Painful humiliation 2.1… …

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  • 137Public information film — Public Information Films (known as PIFs) are a series of government commissioned short films, shown during television advertising breaks in the UK. The US equivalent is the Public Service Announcement (PSAs). ubjectsThe films advised the public… …

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  • 138Public light bus — A green public minibus awaiting at the station at Tsim Sha Tsui Chinese 公共小型巴士 …

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  • 139Public morality — refers to moral and ethical standards enforced in a society, by law or police work or social pressure, and applied to public life, to the content of the media, and to conduct in public places. A famous remark of Mrs Patrick Campbell, that she… …

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  • 140Public figure — is a legal term applied in the context of defamation actions (libel and slander) as well as invasion of privacy. A public figure (such as a politician, celebrity, or business leader) cannot base a lawsuit on incorrect harmful statements unless… …

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