Fascism's "power" is incarnated by one of the victims: Scalia's supervisor, "massimo rappresentante" of the "cosca
"--the association of Palermo's lawyers--embodiment of the Regime's control of the city's courtrooms, the group that had mustered all its power to squash the defendant and make an example of him (III: 363).
See also Carl Reynolds & Jeff Hall, 2011-2012 Policy Paper Courts Are Not Revenue Centers (2012), available at http://cosca.ncsc.org/~/media/Microsites/Files/COSCA/Policy%20Papers/CourtsAreNotRevenu eCenters-Final.ashx; COSCA
2013-14 Limited Jurisdiction Report, supra note 57.
Restrepo-Pace P.A., Ruiz J., Gehrels G., and Cosca
Known as the head of the Nardo Cosca
, a branch of the Sicilian Cosa
, "Just Unity: Toward a True Community of Women and Men in the Church," pp.
, a student participant in the GETI programme, is a student at Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
Court records have been defined in Developing CCJ/COSCA Guidelines for Public Access to Court Rcords: A National Project to Assist State Court, which was jointly developed by the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) and the Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA
(3) For a detailed description of the 2010 SOC revision process, see Theresa Cosca
and Alissa Emmel, "Revising the Standard Occupational Classification system for 2010," Monthly Labor Review, August 2010, pp.
Having joined the company of Temple, a lawyer on the run, mercenary Nicomo Cosca
, and a group of prospectors seeking their fortunes in the latest gold rush, they encounter Ghosts, a suitably grubby frontier town, and the reappearance of a legendary outlaw.
Boeing/Aviall was represented by Kevin Cosca
of CB Richard Ellis.
Alissa Emmel and Theresa Cosca
are economists in the Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections, BLS.