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    charged, it will include Purchase Order Fraud, which is a federal crime (FBI, 2014). The consequences for that in The United States can be incarceration, fines, probation, or a combination of all three (Fichtelberg, 2008). This crime can be charged by the International Criminal Court. There is no jury at the International Criminal Court. A panel, made up of three judges, will decide if the defendant is guilty and what the punishment will be. They also have the ability to sentence them to imprisonment for a specific term up to thirty years. The panel can also order them to make reimbursements to the victims, and impose fines (ICC, 2016). • International Agencies and Law • Nigeria passed a law on June 4, 2015, called the Nigeria Cybercrime…

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    Purchase order fraud affects about 25 million people. It is natural for some consumers to think that they can get something for free especially when a scammer is painting such a beautiful picture for the consumer. Consumers want to believe that the person at the other end of the phone is being honest. The implicating factor is crime classification where one must define these rights and duties instead of giving the rules in this way such things can be set up. In the United States there are…

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    CAI 121 Product Id & Purchasing Unit 1 Lecture In this unit we will examine the purchasing function and the steps that need to be taken in order to reach the optimal goals of selection and procurement. We will discuss the policies and procedures that will help to assure that you are doing everything that needs to be done to maximize the value of the operation. This unit will highlight the factors that affect the availability of product and the importance of product specifications and…

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    Fastco Case Analysis

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    developed trading company so they did not have to take on the extensive cost of creating a whole new company. Fastenal was not the only ones to benefit from this partnership, the sourcing & trading company they partnered with now has backing from a company that has no debt and over 2 billion dollars in revenue. Fastenal has worked hard to start their growth and strengthen competitive power by growing internationally. The major move Fastenal has done to strengthen its international identity…

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    Canterbury Tales Report

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    sidebar on the website. Furthermore, the top categories to explore at the website include: • Book your stay • Things to see and do • Dining out ********************************************************************************* Redeem Your Savings Code You might have a voucher code which you can use at the Visit Canterbury website. In order to receive the savings, you need to apply the voucher code to the order before payment. This can be done on the shopping chart and the website will guide you…

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    The Lord of The Flies by William Golding presents conflicts that arise when society is uncivil. Within this novel, there are many items that have a deeper meaning. One of these important objects is the conch, which symbolizes civilization and order. Through the escalating tension surrounding the conch, Golding demonstrates that civilization cannot be kept in order forever because of individual ideas. After the tragic plane crash that stranded a group of British boys on an island,…

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    Avalir: A Short Story

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    needed to talk to someone, and in all her years at the Tower, Melinda never turned anyone away. Nevertheless, she apologized, “I’m sorry to bother you, sister.” “My dear,” Melinda replied. “I am always here for you. Please sit. What brings you here?” Larah nodded and settled into a chair. She began haltingly, “The images ... from the Mirror.” Melinda motioned her to stop. “No one within the Order is allowed to help you interpret what you saw. Doing so risks altering the meaning of the images. It…

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    The lily is a flowering plant that belongs to the Liliaceae family. There are hundreds of different types of lilies that can be found mainly in the Northern hemisphere. Lilies mostly grow in temperate and tropical areas. There are certain types of lilies that are endangered because of habitat loss from the increased agriculture in urban development. Liles are prone to various bacterial, viral and fungal diseases. Lily flowers are dated as far back as 1580 B.C., images of lilies were an ancient…

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    It was a dark kinda rainy night that Colt decided to call off work. He was sitting in his chair enjoying some coffee. He heard a call on the radio, that he still listened to even though he was off duty. That there was a convoy under attack and they needed backup asap. Colt decides to head to his man cave and get his gear. He first starts by grabbing his tight shirt and vest. Next he grabs his belt, cross, badge, his weapons, sunglasses, watch and his hat. Now he runs upstairs gets his wolf out…

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    Family Assessment Model

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    People may have an idealistic view of family in contemporary society; however, the reality is that families are diverse and decades of social change have resulted in numerus definitions of family (Barnes & Rowe 2013). There is an increasing need to recognise families using a family strengths perspective in order to detect where families are thriving, how they succeed and what they can do to improve positive outcomes (Smith and Ford 2013). Nurses, when working with families, need to adopt a…

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