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90) This is consistent with Neal Shover and Carol Thompson, who found that the probability of desistance increases when offenders' expectations for achieving rewards through criminal activity declines.
Shover provided marijuana and alcohol to the teenager and carried out his intentions to rape her.
LAUB, CRIME IN THE MAKING: PATHWAYS AND TURNING POINTS THROUGH LIFE 217-30 (1993); NEAL SHOVER, GREAT PRETENDERS 119, 125 (1996).
The Jayne Shover Center consists of a 38,000-square-foot building on 5 acres, plus a 2.
In "Mushrooms," for example, she not only personifies the mushrooms but speaks from their point of view: "We are shelves, we are / Tables, we are meek, / We are edible, // Nudgers and shovers / In spite of ourselves.
So, to all the many shovers out there: ask yourself if it's worth perhaps pushing someone under a train just to be first to a seat?
No-one's career has ever been finished by a push or shove, yet the pushers and shovers get the same punishment as people who go in studs-up and put other players on crutches for six months.
This class action is brought against defendants Ranko Cucuz, William Shovers, D.
Proactive communication with customers and compliance with appointment ETA windows is one of the most important indicators of success for field service businesses," said Harvey Shovers, president of MSI Data.
PROP forwards are generally viewed as piano pushers, no more than glorified shovers of human flesh.
Tanya Shovers, 39, language teacher, Tynemouth: It doesn't really get me especially worried.
When the crowds thronged in too close, it was Denis' elbows which saw off the shovers.