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  • 141Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility — (PEER) is a 501(c)(3) non profit, environmental protection organization that serves as a resource to potential government whistleblowers, allowing them to anonymously expose environmental wrongdoings thereby avoiding agency retaliation. Founded… …

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  • 142Public enemy — is a term which was first widely used in the United States in the 1930s to describe individuals whose activities were seen as criminal and extremely damaging to society. However, the phrase (often spelled publick enemy ) has been used for… …

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  • 143Public open space — is often referred to by urban planners and landscape architects by the acronym POS . It has a meaning similar to public park, but varied interpretations of the term are possible. Public can mean: * owned by a national or local government body *… …

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  • 144Public Citizen Litigation Group — is the litigating arm of the non profit consumer advocacy organization Public Citizen. The Litigation Group’s attorneys specialize in cases involving health and safety regulation, consumer rights, separation of powers, access to the courts, class …

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  • 145Public opinion of the 2006 Thai coup d'état — Public opinion of the 2006 Thailand coup d état was diverse. An initial public opinion poll showed support for the coup, although the junta banned subsequent polls. Bangkok residents displayed kindness to soldiers who had seized control of key… …

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  • 146Public Image — Limited Pour les articles homonymes, voir PIL. Public Image Limited Le logo du groupe …

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  • 147Public Image Ltd — Public Image Limited Pour les articles homonymes, voir PIL. Public Image Limited Le logo du groupe …

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  • 148Public Image Ltd. — Public Image Limited Pour les articles homonymes, voir PIL. Public Image Limited Le logo du groupe …

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  • 149public figure — public fig·ure n: an individual or entity that has acquired fame or notoriety or has participated in a particular public controversy see also limited purpose public figure compare public official ◇ A public figure must prove actual malice in… …

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  • 150public company — index utility (public service) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 public company …

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  • 151Public relations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — (LDS Church) has become of increased importance to the church s hierarchy since the church s increased international growth after World War II.[citation needed] By the 1960s and 1970s, the LDS Church was no longer primarily an Intermountain West… …

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  • 152public relations — consultants are employed by companies to keep their business on the financial pages and in the minds of investors. London Stock Exchange Glossary * * * public relations ˌpublic reˈlations noun MARKETING 1. abbreviation PR [uncountable] the work… …

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  • 153public corporation — Public and private corporations. A public corporation is one created by the state for political purposes and to act as an agency in the administration of civil government, generally within a particular territory or subdivision of the state, and… …

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  • 154public and private corporations — Public and private corporations. A public corporation is one created by the state for political purposes and to act as an agency in the administration of civil government, generally within a particular territory or subdivision of the state, and… …

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  • 155public corporation — Public and private corporations. A public corporation is one created by the state for political purposes and to act as an agency in the administration of civil government, generally within a particular territory or subdivision of the state, and… …

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  • 156public and private corporations — Public and private corporations. A public corporation is one created by the state for political purposes and to act as an agency in the administration of civil government, generally within a particular territory or subdivision of the state, and… …

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  • 157Public Interest Litigation — Public Interest Litigation, in Indian law, means litigation for the protection of public interest. It is litigation introduced in a court of law, not by the aggrieved party but by the court itself or by any other private party. It is not… …

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  • 158Public security bureau — Public security redirects here. For other uses, see Public safety. In the People s Republic of China, a public security bureau (PSB) (Chinese: 公安局; pinyin: Gōng ānjú) refers to the government offices (essentially acting as a Police stations)… …

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  • 159Public domain software — is software that has been placed in the public domain, in other words there is absolutely no ownership (such as copyright) of the intellectual property that the software represents. Under the Berne Convention, which most countries have signed, an …

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  • 160Public Utility Model — ( PUM ) EMS is an ambulance system in which the community retains public control of the ambulance system s capital assets and accounts receivable through direct, accountable daily oversight. It then subcontracts the day to day operations to an… …

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