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—————————— —-FS;amcp;fvi VERIFY YOUR EMAIL ACCOUNT Thanks for your email! We aim to respond to emails within one business day. ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE 2003 – Reservados todos los derechos Hello, Welcome to ROyzJF. To activate your qsboempj account you must first verify your email address by clicking this link. If the link above did not work, you can copy and paste the full URL from your mail client into your web browser. The URL should be a single line, if your mail client splits it into multiple lines, copy and paste each line separately. ¿Puedes ayudarme? Yo no sé nada de tu escuela. ¿Es grande? ¿Sabes tú HAVING TROUBLE? Craig Levy —-hd;ifvu;xpa You’ve signed up to receive the latest new just click the link below to confirm your subscription: If you didn’t request this email don’t worry – you wont be subscribed if you don’t click the confirmation link above! Copyright .All rights reserved. —-tw;mxfl;nww Hi BkGRZPcm, Thank you for reaching out. Before we can get a quote to you, there are a couple of questions we need to understand. Can you please tell me the language you are interested in and the use case? Which Operating System does it need supported? Do you need any additional packages/modules or are you interested in our out-of-the-box distribution for those specific languages? What is the number of instances? Timeframe for going into production? I hope to hear back from you soon. Thank you, Ernest Pau Enterprise Solutions Advocate ,???hBgRd???, Software Dir: +7429991347 EXT. 556 Tel: +1747479571 —-zM;rcru;ooj Dear Friends: This month, I would like to talk about the death penalty. As a career prosecutor, I believe the death penalty should be reserved for the worst of the worst offenders. As your District Attorney, I have asked for and received death sentences for eight defendants in some of Los Angeles County’s most horrendous killings: • The torture and death of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez in Palmdale. • The slaughter of three sisters, Kayla 9, Melinda, 11, and Ebony, 14, who witnessed the fatal stabbing of their mother in their Lancaster home. • The killing of five people living in a homeless encampment in Long Beach and the separate kidnapping and murder of a teenager in Lancaster. • The fatal shooting of four people outside a Northridge boarding house. • The murders of two men, ages 19 and 21, in a spray of bullets from an AK-47 assault rifle fired outside a Paramount home. • A shooting spree outside a Pico Rivera pizza parlor that killed three and injured seven. • And the execution of a home invasion robbery victim in the Fairfax District a year after the robbery to eliminate him as a witness at trial. These eight defendants – five Latinos, two African-Americans and one Asian – were convicted for the murders of 21 people, four of them children. Their victims also were diverse: six African-Americans, six whites, five Latinos and four Asian Pacific Islanders. These families grieve for their loved ones and look to me for justice. They, like every resident of Los Angeles County, expect their prosecutors to follow the law. In recent years, California voters have twice been given the opportunity to abolish the death penalty yet failed to do so. I mention race because my office recently was criticized for its record on the death penalty. My prosecutors make decisions based on the facts of the crime – not the race of the defendant or the victim. In Los Angeles County, a committee of experienced and diverse prosecutors examine the facts of these cases, including mitigating circumstances presented by the defendant and his attorneys, in one of the nation’s most extensive review processes. Prosecutors may seek death in a case, but a jury of 12 people from our community and a judge must agree that a death sentence is appropriate before it is imposed. Since I became District Attorney, the committee has sought death for less than 3 percent of the more than 1,200 defendants who, under the law, may be punished for their crimes by death. We will continue to carefully review these cases and I will follow the law as prescribed by the people of California – whether that is seeking the death penalty for the most heinous crimes or, if the death penalty is abolished, life in prison without the possibility of parole. July 2019 Jackie Lacey – Los Angeles County District Attorney sbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkf sbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkf sbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkf sbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkf sbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkfsbZUOVDyXYhRkf Dear Friends, I am honored to invite you all to the 95th Annual Meeting of the National Conference on Weights and Measures (NCWM). The 2010 meeting will be held in St. Paul, Minnesota, July 11 – 15, at Crowne Plaza St. Paul Riverfront. This year’s theme is “Breaking Molds to Shape the Future,” and I feel that we are doing just that at the NCWM. Our technical committees and the Board of Directors are moving us forward at a rapid pace with a progressive agenda for the Annual Meeting. This year, we will have discussions on uniform method of sale for packaged printer ink and toner cartridges, declaration of biodiesel content on diesel fuel product transfer documents, price posting and computing capability and requirements for retail motor-fuel dispensers, and the many other technical items listed in this publication. You will also hear about the next steps in the implementation of the emerging National Certification Program, updates on the Conformity Assessment Program component of the National Type Evaluation Program, and other exciting opportunities on the horizon that will help to further our ability to meet the organizational mission and goals. The work put forth by the many volunteers of the NCWM throughout the year continues to amaze me. This organization is driven by our members, and could not exist without your dedication to the pursuit of uniformity through the weights and measures standards development process. The Annual Meeting is intended to be a model forum for members and interested parties to come together and take action on the work items presented by the committees. Stakeholder input on each and every item listed in this publication is a vital component to reaching an end product through a consensus building process. So with that, I urge you all to submit your opinions to the various committees with jurisdiction over the items of interest to you, and to attend the Annual Meeting and support your positions by making your voice heard. I want to thank each of you for your continued support for the NCWM, and I look forward to seeing everyone in St. Paul. Sincerely, Randy Jennings NCWM Chair —-xn;zsvc;iqn Voter Information —-er;okqr;ltp Accumulated HELP debt—The total of any HECS-HELP, OS-HELP, FEE-HELP, VET FEE-HELP/VET Student Loans or SA-HELP debts you have incurred (including any Australian Government study loans incurred before 2005). Administrative date—A date set by your approved education provider (before the census date) for submitting your Request for a Commonwealth supported place and a HECS-HELP loan form, making upfront payments of your student contributions or formally withdrawing from any units. You can still submit your form or withdraw from a course after the administrative date (but before the census date), however you may have to pay a late fee. Approved education provider (provider)—In this booklet, this term means a university or other accredited higher education provider that has been approved by the Australian Government to offer CSPs and/or the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) to eligible students. Australian Taxation Office (ATO)—The ATO is the principal revenue collection agency of the Australian Government. The ATO is responsible for managing HELP debt repayments. Census date—This date is set by providers and it is the legal deadline for various requirements, like making an upfront payment of your student contributions, applying for a HECS-HELP loan or formally withdrawing your enrolment so you do not incur a HELP debt. Commonwealth Assistance Notice (CAN)—A notice from your provider issued after the census date that gives you information about the Commonwealth assistance you have used for the study period. Commonwealth supported place (CSP)—A place at a provider that is subsidised by the Australian Government. Students enrolled in a CSP only have to pay the ‘student contribution’ amount for their study. —-XE;kjrl;led —-LR;jyhs;pwj Thank you for your enquir= y. 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