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  • This summer, the tween apparel store Ju stice will begin selling a line of Monster High clothes.

    Mattel's New Playbook: Toy First, Franchise Next

  • Reply ortho stice, on September 1, 2008 at 11: 16 am Said:

    What I Believe « PurpleSlog – Awesomeness & Modesty Meets Sexy

  • The Ju stice Department said only that it had followed Vienna Convention guidelines by informing the Russian Embassy in Washington of the arrests and informing the suspects that they had a right to consular access.

    Moscow's Response: Vague, but More Frank Than Usual

  • In a related matter, Patrick J. Leahy, the Vermont Democrat who is chairman of the Senate J.diciary Committee, on Monday proposed the establishment of a "truth commission" to investigate the Bush administration's treatment of detainees and other issues, like the firings of United States attorneys by the J.stice Department.

    Heavy Infantry

  • Chief J.stice J.hn J. Roberts, J.. and J.stices Samuel Alito and Stephen Breyer hold the most public stock on the court, prompting occasional recusals due to financial conflicts.

    Most Justices Didn't Alter Investments in 2008

  • His cooperation in the J.stice Department's wide-ranging corruption probe aided in the convictions of a dozen federal officials and lobbyists, including Bob Ney, a Republican former congressman from Ohio who was chairman of the House Administration Committee, and J. Steven Griles, who was deputy secretary of the Interior Department.

    Ex-Cochran Staffer Admits Guilt as Part of Abramoff Probe

  • For at the time of the summer sol stice the air became cool and refreshed the Roman army so that they became filled with fair hopes.

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » The Campaigns of Emperor Herakleios (620-6), according to the Chronicle of Theophanes Confessor

  • In "J.stice Kennedy's J.risprudence," Frank J. Colucci manages to define it with admirable precision, debunking along the way the oversimple ways in which J.stice Kennedy has been characterized by people who disagree with his ­decisions.

    The Decider

  • WASHINGTON -- The departing No. 3 official at the J.stice Department, Kevin J. O'Connor, is joining Bracewell & Giuliani LLP as a litigation partner.

    O'Connor Joins Giuliani

  • Steven J. Hatfill, who was named by Ms. Locy and other reporters in stories beginning in 2002, later sued the J.stice Department, accusing it of violating the federal Privacy Act by giving reporters information about him even though he hadn't been charged with a crime.

    Refusing to Name Sources,

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