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Rada

 

in Byelorussian, Ukrainian, Polish and other Slavic languages, a term designating a council or assembly of representatives, a collective organ of power, and a political organization. Examples include the Pereiaslav Rada of 1654, the Ukrainian Central Rada, the Byelorussian Rada, and the Krajowa Rada Narodowa.

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Rader was transported to the custody of the secretary of corrections at the E1 Dorado Correctional Facility on Aug.
Rader, who called himself BTK for 'Bind, Torture and Kill', pleaded guilty to 10 killings carried out from 1974 to 1991 and was sentenced last month to 10 consecutive life terms
But as family members of the victims took their turn at the microphone in Wichita, Kansas, to confront the killer during his sentencing hearing, Rader could do nothing but listen as they vented their anger.
Before Rader murdered her, Josey Otero asked him what was going to happen to her.
Rader, a 60-year-old former local authority inspector and church president with a wife and children, said he killed to satisfy his sexual fantasies.
Rader, a Cub Scout leader who was active at his Lutheran church, lived with his wife and they have two grown children
Their goal: to apply the recommendations of Joanne Rader, who provided training to the facilities based on a publication she edited.
And these new roles raise the limit for driving at a stretch, from 10 to 11 hours," noted Russ Rader, spokesman for the IIHS, "so we think that this is going to have a negative effect on highway safety.
A one-time prizefighter and Wall Street oil speculator, Rader heard God's voice and changed careers.
As manufacturers redesigned their vehicles to perform better in the crash tests, the death rate in crashes between SUVs and cars has decreased, not increased, Rader said.
Rader has been a member of ASTM since 1987, and is also a member of SPE, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the New York Academy of Sciences, and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).