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Q: So maybe broken windows policing doesn't reduce crime per se.
The windows were broken with steel ball bearings, commonly used in slingshots.
The woman suffered three broken ribs, a punctured lung, a bruised collar bone, a cut to her left temple that needed three stitches to close, a broken finger on her right hand and three broken fingers on her left hand, Lankford said.
Silverpop's "2005 Broken Link Study" reviewed messages sent by 360 of the largest US companies in nine major industry segments.
Windows at the American compound were broken, and at least four cars belonging to staff members were smashed.
Encryption strength for secure communications has become an increasingly important issue ever since 40-bit encryption was broken in the mid-90s.
More bad breaks: Kris Draper of the Red Wings had his jaw broken by Claude Lemieux in the 1996 Western Conference finals, but the gritty winger still knows how to use his jaws.
In this incident, Sonitrol's unique, impact-activated technology helped to apprehend burglars who had broken into a classroom and were severely ransacking it, before they were able to leave the campus.
The arraignment for a licensed day-care owner accused of cruelty to a child after a toddler was found with a broken leg was put off for 15 days, officials said.