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PLAWPeople, Land, and Water (International Development Research Centre program; Canada)
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(43.) Id.; Statman, supra note 5, at 5; see also Luban, supra note 6, at 8, 29-35 (discussing civilians in combat); Plaw, supra note 5, at 17 (discussing the state's external obligation to uphold jus gentium and jus inter gentes).
Plaw, who helps curate a database of drone strikes at UMass, defended the use of drones.
Plaw acknowledged the limitations of such comparisons, which mix different kinds of warfare.
The attack took place during the bungled drug deal at the Cowells' home in Plaw Hatch Close, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, last August.
A 23-year-old woman and a 54-year-old woman were badly hurt in the attack in Plaw Hatch Close, Bishop's Stortford, Herts.
Police responding to a 999 call found the bodies at the semi-detached house in Plaw Hatch Close.
Police responding to a 999 call found the bodies of two men and a teenage boy at a semi-detached house in Plaw Hatch Close, Bishop's Stortford, Herts.
Police responding to a 999 call found the bodies of two men and a teenager at a house in Plaw Hatch Close, Bishop's Stortford.
Ambulance crews and police were called to a house in Plaw Hatch Close, in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, at 9.45pm yesterday.
The concluding essays by Claire Curtis and Avery Plaw reaffirm the skeptical or qualified nature of Le Guin's advocacy of anarcho-syndicalist values, and the ways in which her dialogic utopia "counters the passivity of both complacency and pessimism" (265).
Paul D'Amboise, no current affiliation Avery Plaw, Concordia University, Canada