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In his new role, Shover will have responsibility for the region's financial planning and analysis, performance assurance and facilities management.
Nina ignored other publishers who criticized them for giving away too much to employees," Shover said.
These include age (Dean, Brame and Piquero, 1996; Nagin and Smith, 1990; Shover and Thompson, 1992; Smith, Visher and Jarjoura, 1991; Visher, Lattimore and Linster, 1991), gender (Nagin and Smith, 1990; Smith et al.
This distinction has been criticized because of findings that enforcement styles differ with respect to more than the rigidity of enforcement (Gormley 1998; May and Winter 2000; Shover et al.
See Shover & Einstadter, supra note 135, at 97 (quoting Rafter, supra note 188).
Hurtado, Indian Survival on the California Frontier (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988); George Harwood Phillips, Indians and Indian Agents: The Origins of the Reservation System in Cal California (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997); Michele Shover, "John Bidwell and the Rancho Chico Indian Treaty of 1852: Seduction, Betrayal, and Redemption," Dogtown Territorial Quarterly, no.
The work of one Shover McDougall, a fisherman and something of a force in town, the attack had little to do with Lu's poaching.
1997b; Hessing 1993; Kauziarich and Kramer 1993; Michalowski 1985; Shover 1980; Szasz 1984).
1990) [hereinafter Lou, Chinese-American Agricultural Workers]; Michele Shover, Chico Women: Nemesis of a Rural Town's Anti-Chinese Campaigns, 1876.
Shover has been appointed vice president and senior business development officer for Chicago-based Heller Financial, Inc.
In National Saving and Economic Performance, edited by Douglas Bernheim and John Shover, 227-70.