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    Analysis of a Corpus of Poetry

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    Analysis of a Corpus of Poetry A corpus of 1000 lines of poetry (ten 100 line samples from ten different authors) is analyzed by a computerized connectionist model of poetic meter. The analysis finds that poets utilize measurably distinct patterns of stress and suggests that these patterns might "fingerprint" individual writers. In addition, the analysis shows that the variations of metrical patterns are in accord with the prevailing verse aesthetics of the period in which poets are writing

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    Habeas Corpus

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    Foundation for Economic Education provides that since its inception, the right of Habeas Corpus has been “widely considered to be the cornerstone of individual liberty.” (McElroy, 2009) This right is invoked through civil action, often enforced by a court order, and usually demands for a custodian, more often than not the government, to produce a detained individual. It is worth noting that the purpose of habeas corpus is not to essentially to prove the innocence of the detainee, but rather, the lawfulness

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    Habeas Corpus and the Use of Military Tribunals In America Under the Threat of Terrorism Introduction It was on this date one hundred forty two years ago (April 25, 1861), that President Abraham Lincoln sent a letter to Lt. General Winfield Scott authorizing the suspension of “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus” . Lincoln had been president for less than two months and was facing, what was up to that time and arguably may still be the greatest threat to the survival of the United States

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    corpus

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    The College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Founded 1352 by The Guild of Corpus Christi and The Guild of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Sister College – Corpus Christi College Oxford. Men and Women – Undergraduates 253 Postgraduates 220. Corpus Christi is unique in the university for being the only college founded by ‘town’ and not ‘gown’ – in other words established by town’s people and not the ruling class or clergy. The Guild of Corpus Christi and the Guild of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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    Habeas Corpus Thesis

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    Reagan Hood The Suspension of Habeas Corpus Word Count: 9/15/16 Habeas Corpus is a writ requiring a person under arrest be brought before a judge into court to secure the person’s release, unless lawful grounds are shown for their detention. On April 27, 1861 Abraham Lincoln suspended this writ during the American Civil War. habeas corpus is a very important legal principle. It being included in the main body of the Constitution shows how important this was to the framers of this country

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    War on Terror: Habeas Corpus

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    citizen and non US citizens without a trial or the right to habeas corpus (Hafetz, 2011). Anyone can understand that the war on terrorism was and still is a new form of war that hails for different responses. In knowing that one would still have to question what and how exactly should be best way to respond to it. The complicated nature of the war on terrorism has raised many questions when it comes to civil liberties and habeas corpus. Keeping those three things as the subject of debate one would

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    According to the United States Constitution, the writ of habeas corpus which is Latin for "you have the body" means that a prisoner has the right to question their imprisonment and if the government cannot show reason for why the prisoner is being held, they must be released immediately. The value of habeas corpus ensures that a prisoner can be released from an unlawful detention, detention that is lacking sufficient evidence or reason. The remedy can be pursued by the prisoner or by a person speaking

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    Habeas Corpus and the War on Terror

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    the war is going and how the terrorists were classified as such. I will also be providing information on Habeas Corpus both past and present as well as what it means both in English and American traditions. Furthermore the way everything will be written will answer very specific questions asked and I shall answer them. The first portion of the essay is about the history of habeas corpus and how it came to be. This is an act that originated back in 1863 to suspend the right to trial if you are found

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    The Right of Habeas Corpus and the War on Terror Introduction September 11, 2001 changed the United States forever. This disastrous attack on the Pentagon and the twin towers at the World Trade Center destroyed the lives of thousands of people. Over 3,000 people were killed, including hundreds or firefighters and policemen, many of which were never found. The attackers were Islamic terrorists from Arab nations. The war on terror declared by the Bush Administration, had become one of the most

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    is no evidence against them. Habeas corpus is a Latin term meaning, "you have the body". Habeas corpus is a court order, which directs officials who have custody of a prisoner to appear in court with him in order to determine the legality of his confinement. In England, the first writ of habeas corpus was originally an order from a king on a prisoner’s behalf to determine whether he was being detained lawfully. During the 11th century in England, habeas corpus was a common law and eventually codified

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