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DUB

dysfunctional uterine bleeding.

DUB

1 abbreviation for dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
2 a genetically determined human blood factor that is associated with immunity to certain diseases.

DUB

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding, see there.

DUB

dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
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at 11 (describing the shift from the public to the victim: "The symbolic figure of the victim has taken on a life of its own"); see also Dubber, supra note 7, at 173 (describing the success of movement).
Mr Dubber said: "I'm looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead.
Cited and discussed in DUBBER, supra note 129, at 68-69.
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For an accessible account of the German theory of crime based on the concept of "legal goods" and punishment based on a goal of "positive general prevention," see Markus Dirk Dubber, Theories of Crime and Punishment in German Criminal Law, 53 AM.
93) Martin, supra note 78, at 160 (arguing that when citizens express anger and disappointment with the inability of the criminal legal system to keep them safe, politicians move away from addressing the complex problem of actual security and toward the symbolic and easier task of recognizing the wrong committed); see also Dubber, supra note 69, at 18-20 (noting that prosecutors' and judges' decisions are affected by the electorate).
Dressier, supra note 9; see also DUBBER, supra note 12, at 251 (discussing duress and necessity); Huigens, supra note 12 (same).
The latter journal, under the editorship of Markus Dirk Dubber and Lindsay Farmer, aims to provide an examination "of crime and punishment in domestic, transnational, and international contexts.
Dubber notes Muller's report stating that the legal profession in Germany refuses to admit to failure during the Nazi period; that Nazi judges and legal scholars continued in their careers; and that the courts of the Federal Republic have not voided any Nazi-era decisions.
A 1989 paper by UK educator Geoffrey Dubber focuses on cooperation in information literacy development, and the need for more qualified staff in school libraries.
The English-language adaptation was written by comic book writer Neil Gaiman and Jack Fletcher, a veteran dubber of Japanese anime who also directed the translated version's voice talent.