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Sors

god of chance. [Rom. Myth.: Espy, 42–43]
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GreenSoft has released a Data Sheet on the new SOR Validation Data Service to provide customers and the industry with a detailed overview of the service, downloadable at http://greensofttech.
Conveniently, a 2003 opinion by Chief Justice Rehnquist suggests that a "substantive due process" challenge to SORs remains open.
However, when a member provides these types of services as part of a broader PFP services engagement, the SOR will be applicable.
From a police perspective, SORs are based on the presumption that current and reliable information concerning registrants' whereabouts provides useful information in the aid of apprehending offenders responsible for new unsolved sexual crimes (Brodsky, 2006; Hudson, 2005).
The mentor goes over the PE results, critiques their SORs, gives the "school solution", and answers any questions.
The full text of existing SORs is included in the PFP Library Series on CD-ROM (No.
Sors holds a master's degree in crop biotechnology from the University of Guelph in Ontario, where he laid the groundwork for his current research into how plants tolerate cold stress.
The SOR recommendations have already been presented to the board of ULaw, which affirmed its in-principle endorsement for the recommendations.
The 1980s and 1990s saw the unearthing of some new documents, or the rescrutiny of half-forgotten ones, that significantly altered scholarly understanding of Sor Juana's life, in particular her final years.
This is but one of many interesting opportunities to compare sources and readings that the New Complete Works of Sor have made possible.
Sor Juana's extensive Obras Completas were nearly all published in her lifetime.
In addition to its primary USAF research charter, the SOR also supports field experiments by others within the astronomical and scientific research community.