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the monetary resources of a government, organization, or individual

money or property used to produce more wealth

all things, such as money, property, or goods, having economic value

conspicuously bad or offensive

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assets available for use in the production of further assets

wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value

one of the large alphabetic characters used as the first letter in writing or printing proper names and sometimes for emphasis

a center that is associated more than any other with some activity or product

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the federal government of the United States

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a book written by Karl Marx (1867) describing his economic theories

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the upper part of a column that supports the entablature

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of primary importance

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uppercase

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The other capitally sentenced DNA exonerees, with the dates of their initial trials, are: Nicholas Yarris, 1982; Charles Irvin Fain, 1983; Earl Washington, 1984; Kirk Bloodsworth, 1985; Rolando Cruz, 1985; Alejandro Hemandez, 1985; Verneal Jimerson, 1985; Frankie Lee Smith, 1986; Ron Williamson, 1988; Robert Miller, 1988; Ronald Jones, 1989 and Ray Krone, 1992.
Another essay searches for reasons why capitally sentenced, but later exonerated prisoners were convicted in the first place.
In contrast, cost does not appear to factor into the federal decision about whether to charge a case capitally.
Among these defendants with missing allegation information, twenty-four were prosecuted capitally.
44) See WIENER, supra note 43, at 222 (making this observation about British cases); Ramsey, supra note 16, at 156 (noting that the main difference between the fate of male intimate-murder defendants in New York and Colorado between 1880 and 1920 was that, in New York, they tended to be executed, rather than receive life sentences); Strange, supra note 43, at 318 (stating that complaints about their victims' behavior "did not save men from conviction in the[] 64 capital cases [that she studied], but it did save capitally convicted husbands and lovers from the gallows").
5) Southern court records show that when a black man was accused of murdering a white man, he was usually not lynched, but was given a trial and, if found guilty, capitally punished.
A new medical equipment was purchased in the capitally repaired maternity ward of the Tyazhinsky District Hospital.
shows] that the offense of plunder has been committed as charged; that accused Napoles is guilty thereof, and that she will probably be punished capitally if the law were administered at this stage of the proceedings.
Whether death sentences are handed down may depend, as Professor James Liebman and Peter Clark put it, on "the practices, policies, habits, and political milieu of local prosecutors, jurors, and judges that dictate whether a given defendant in the United States--whatever his crime--will be charged, tried, convicted, and sentenced capitally and executed.
These initiatives are capitally intensive, engaging equity, debt and project finance.
13) It limits capitally punishable offenses against persons to murder, deeming no other crime sufficiently culpable or harmful to merit this extreme penalty.
In the context of a global economic crisis, the Internet is a platform for setting up business providing entrepreneurial opportunities to those who may not be capitally rich (Waddell, Singh & Musa, 2006).
The modern death penalty is not just concentrating in a handful of practicing states; it is disappearing in all hut a few capitally active localities.
I briefly review the proliferating empirical evidence on race disparities in capital sentencing, and then discuss the battle between me and Connecticut's opposing expert over whether minority on white murders were capitally charged by Connecticut prosecutors at significantly higher rates than minority on minority murders.
As the director of the John Adams Project, Denise LeBoeuf is "assisting in the defense of capitally charged Guantanamo detainees.