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DUB

dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
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Although Radio in the Digital Age avoids dealing with the known shortcomings of the medium as it continues to define its producers and users, Dubber succeeds in his argument about the essence of radio remaining intact, irrespective of the changes that may occur in the ways in which its listeners adopt in order to gain access.
Fernandez and Dubber's collection of essays on the historical place of the treatise suggests that no one in the twenty-first-century United States "feel[s] the need to bury their noses in heavy tomes of treatise learning." (105) Solutions for information-inundated lawyers and judges are unlikely to be found in new print tomes (or even in their digitized equivalents).
Dubber develops a new code-based, comparative, and comprehensive program for American penal law.
Dubber and Farmer's contributions both deal with the problems of criminalization from a historical perspective, the former highlighting the public nature of criminality by reconstructing its historical developments while the latter stresses the historical contingency of the notion of 'wrongfulness'.
(8) Dubber contends that American criminal law has frowned upon the so-called passive personality theory of jurisdiction.
Mr Dubber, is head of policy and communications at Fenland District Council in Cambridgeshire.
Sam Welch, Bob Evans, Terry Wallace, Marty Rabeno, Jim Blair, Mike Dubber and several others had superb examples of the engravers' art on display.
After 18 months, he found a job as a dubber's assistant, "the lowest form of video life that still has a pulse," he says.
The end of 2017 saw the retirement of Geoff Dubber, a long-standing member of the SLA team.
He goes gaga over Korean actress Soo Mi-young (played by Yam Concepcion), Ella, meanwhile, is Aimee, Soo's dubber.
Welsh batsman David 'Dubber' Richards of Caerau, hits the ball for three runs offthe bowling of England's JeffLinge, watched by England backstop Neil Rice in the Wales v England baseball match at Roath Park, Cardiffin August 1982
As well as Chris, the Glasgow band features schoolfriends Jamie Dubber on bass and Ryan Clark on drums.