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SUPRASydney University Postgraduate Representative Association
SUPRASwinburne University Postgraduate Research Award (Australia)
SUPRAScottish Universities Policy Research and Advice (UK)
SUPRASummit for Performance, Risk, and Attribution (conference)
SUPRAStudents United to Promote Racial Awareness (University of Virginia)
SUPRASouthern Utah Pylon Racing Association (radio-controlled model airplanes)
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130) See HMS HOME WARRANTY, supra note 18, [section] V(3); HOME SERVICE CLUB, supra note 18, [section] H(3); HOME WARRANTY OF AM.
HMS HOME WARRANTY, supra note 18, [section][section] IV(7), (8); HOME SERVICE CLUB, supra note 18, [section] F(6); HOME WARRANTY OF AM.
134) See OLD REPUBLIC HOME PROTECTION, supra note 18, at 7.
HMS HOME-: WARRANTY, supra note 18, at [section] V(15); THE HOME SERVICE CLUB, supra note 18, at [section] H(21); SECURE HOME WARRANTY, supra note 18, [section] VII(L); TOTALPROTECT HOME WARRANTY, supra note 18, at [section] IV(14).
Case, Regulatory Reform Agenda, supra note 8, at 25-26; see also KLYZA & SOUSA, supra note 13, at 21 (describing "bitter partisanship of the 1990s" regarding environmental policy).
Lazarus, supra note 59, at 1019; see Andrews, supra note 2, at 225 (noting environmental protection has been "consigned to the status of a political football of partisan and ideological politics"); Aagaard, supra note 5, at 1282 (noting that "Democrats and Republicans have sharply diverged in their support for environmental protection"); Zellmer, supra note 3, at 2325 (noting the "bitterly partisan nature of environmental issues in Congress today").
Aagaard, supra note 5, at 1282; see also Adler, supra note 6, at 256 (noting that "opposition to environmental regulation has become a litmus test in some quarters" and that "reflexive opposition to environmental policy proposals" often occurs); Andrews, supra note 2, at 238-39 (describing the "deep ideological fault line between support for environmental protection and hostility to the federal government" which "continues to stalemate environmental policy .
KLYZA & SOUSA, supra note 13, at 10; see also Michael Ray Harris, Environmental Deliberative Democracy and the Search for Administrative Legitimacy: A Legal Positivism Approach, 44 U.
Carter, Mapping the Mind, supra note 30, at 16, 28-29; Horstman, Day in THE LIFE, supra note 58, at 6.
CARTER, Mapping the Mind, supra note 30, at 29 (referring to the same chemical by its other name, noradrenaline); HORSTMAN, DAY IN THE LIFE, supra note 58, at 8; JOHN J.
Carter, Mapping the Mind, supra note 30, at 28-29; Sweeney, supra note 74, at 15.
McCLURG, supra note 2, at 89-90; CARTER, THE HUMAN BRAIN, supra note 72, at 8; GIBB, supra note 57, at 17-19.