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SEN. This is said to be an ancient word which signified justice. Co. Litt. 61 a.

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In his brief to the Supreme Court, Sen. McCain said, "These ads are direct, blatant attacks on the candidates.
Teachers must be aware of the needs of their pupils with SEN (through observation and recording) and must provide for them individually as part of their normal daily work.
Sen. Larry Craig remains on the committee, but not as its chairperson.
Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA), Senate Appropriations Committee
Last Friday, Hun Sen accused Sam Rainsy, head of the Sam Rainsy Party, of making defamatory comments about him to reporters earlier in the week.
The article notes that White House aides were worried over a pledge made by Sen. Lott on American Family Radio the day after the Republicans won control of Congress.
For more information on Sen. Breaux, visit http://breaux.senate.gov.
Sen. Trent Lott (R.-Miss.) told the media that he had urged the White House to remove Ann Brown as chairman.
Although a celebrity in his native India since winning the 1998 Nobel prize in economics, Amartya Sen is otherwise little known outside academic circles in Britain and the United States.
NLC will support Sen. Graham's initiative and urges all NLC members to do the same.
In a recent survey, 90% of American said they would look for environmentally preferable products and pay more for them, according to Sen. Lautenberg.
Among heavyweights, Maybank lost seven sen to RM8.57, Public Bank declined four sen to RM20.78, TNB fell 14 sen to RM13.62 and Petronas Chemicals shed 19 sen to RM7.03.