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  • and for their causes of action against the Defendants: Oral Roberts University, Dr. Richard Roberts, Dr. Mark Lewandowski, Dr. Wendy Shirk and Dr. Jeff Ogle
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  • Diaz 153 F.3d 728 (1998) Thamer II v. Campbell B 153 F.3d 728 (1998) Oral Roberts University v. Anderson Llc 153 F.3d 728 (1998) Oklahoma Plaza Investors
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  • and Trust Company of Wyoming v. Lawing W 731 F.2d 684 (1984) Smith v. Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association Inc 731 F.2d 698 (1984) Clark v. Atchison Topeka
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  • 669 (1997) Hill v. S Chater 96-7046 105 F.3d 669 (1997) Foust Foust v. Oral Roberts University 105 F.3d 669 (1997) Sanchez v. S Chater 105 F.3d 669 (1997)
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  • 3d 1121 (1994) Marshall v. Allen 21 F.3d 1121 (1994) Foust Foust v. Oral Roberts University L M 21 F.3d 1121 (1994) Davis v. Champion 21 F.3d 1121 (1994)
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  • A.D. Imms. Proc. Ent. Soc. Washington, vol. 40, No. 2, pg. 53. 1938. The oral plates and the hypopharynx of Hemiptera, Proc. Ent. Soc. Washington, vol
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  • Title Ian Charlton oral history, 1 Author Ian Charlton, Andrew Wilson, Robert Riddel and Janina Gosseye Location Queensland, Australia Source ogg Progress
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  • Restored to docket for oral argument November 13, 1916. Argued December 20, 1916. Decided March 6, 1917. Messrs. Robert Ryan, James P. Hewitt, and
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  • L. Edwards (1895) Volume IV: Current Superstitiones, collected from the oral tradition of English speaking folk, edited by Fanny D. Bergen (1896) Volume
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  • suspected.’ Like Scott's ‘Minstrelsy,’ Jamieson's ‘Ballads’ worthily preserve oral tradition, many of them being transcripts from recitations of an aged Mrs
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  • P. Roberts and A. H. Britain on the one hand and the Durfee Mineral Company on the other. Both claims are founded on Texas surveys-that of Roberts and
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  • Bruton v. United States, 391 U.S. 123, 88 S.Ct. 1620, 20 L.Ed.2d 476, and Roberts v. Russell, 392 U.S. 293, 88 S.Ct. 1921, 20 L.Ed.2d 1100, which held that
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  • Owen Josephus Roberts Separate Opinion 85144Smith v. Allwright — Separate OpinionOwen Josephus Roberts MR. JUSTICE ROBERTS. In Mahnich v.
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  • of sexual orientation, would justify his exclusion from BSA. See Tr. of Oral Arg. 12–13. The right of expressive association does not, of course, turn
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  • Roberts v. Russell Opinion of the Court 933370Roberts v. Russell — Opinion of the Court United States Supreme Court 392 U.S. 293 ROBERTS  v. 
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  • Roberts Executrix v. Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company by Samuel Blatchford Opinion of the Court 799020Roberts Executrix v. Phoenix Mutual Life
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  • as directed in U.T. Regulation 33. 2. Examination will be practical and oral only. 3. At the conclusion of the examination the Board will forward to the
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  • preserved in the ‘Book of Armagh,’ are derived partly from Ultan's information oral and written, partly from the ‘Confessio’ of St. Patrick, which he quotes
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  • by John Glover Roberts Opinion of the Court 1629908Baze v. Rees — Opinion of the CourtJohn Glover Roberts Chief Justice Roberts announced the
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  • for the several Reading Company defendants. Mr. Robert W. De Forest, of New York City, argued orally for defendant Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey. Messrs
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