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missing drill right now, now what?

A:  I would say call your chief and discuss the matter with him. A death in the family - immediate family - may be justification for a missed drill. You can miss a drill every now and then. You need to make it up to ensure satisfactory participation though. This is the time when you need to show personal courage and integrity - call your chief. It''s a tough situation but you can still live the Army values. but my chief seriously despises me and always does everything within'' his power to get me in as much trouble as possible. Nobody in our entire unit likes him. I am just trying to think of a sure fire way to make sure I''m not gonna get in any trouble. They know I have mental issues. They''ve already received paperwork from my doctor stating the diagnosis and all. I told them I would try to...

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What is the supreme law of land?

A:  Supreme law of the land is the constitution. Some delegates decided not to sign the constitution because they feared the central government will overpower the states and the people. Checks and Balances are applied to the 3 branches of government:Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. This system prevents the 3 branches to become imbalanced. For example, the Executive branch can veto (disapprove) a policy made by the Legislative branch. However, the Legislative branch can go against the veto by overriding it with enough votes from Congress. The Judicial branch has the ability to evaluate and determine if the policy is constitutional or not according specifically to the

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What is the true copy of a judgement of a mutual divorce case? How much stamp fees to be paid?

A:  What both parties to marriage and divorce get from the court after dissolution of their marriage is the true certified copy of the judgement and decree of the divorce. The original Judgement/decree of divorce is part of the original record of the court not given to the parties. The parties through their lawyer can apply for the certified copy of the judgement/decree of divorce and get it on the payment of the court fee through court fee stamp which is affixed on the application form for obtaining the certified copies that will depend on total number of pages of the judgement and one paper sheet of the decree of divorce, usually charges Rs2/- per page....

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What is the legal status of catholic priests in the United States?

A:  As a Catholic, the whole thing disturbs me, and I wonder the same things as you. Generally these are American priests, born here and practicing here. I can''t understand why the police aren''t involved, other than the allegations are usually old, and maybe the statues ran out? I really don''t know. The whole thing is just confounding and unintelligible to me. I mean really, why weren''t police called? Why shouldn''t higher ups be prosecuted for hiding things? My only guess is that there are statutes of limitations involved....

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What is the worst a doctor can do to you if you are unable to pay in full?

A:  Since they have already turned you over to a collection agency, the next step would be to sue you. These items go on your credit report and may affect your ability to get credit elsewhere now and in the future. If you do get sued you may also have to pay attorney''s fees and court costs. They can attach your wages when you do get a job, or, they can attach other assets such as your house. If you own your house and decide to sell at a later date, and, there is a judgement lien against your home, that lien would have to be paid off before you can give clear title to the buyer. The other option you may want to consider is filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which, if you qualify, would allow you to pay your bills over a period of time. I would suggest that it might be best to speak with a legal...

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What is the correct name of a scientist working for the u.s. army?

A:  dr. evil I had to thumbs up the Dr. Evil answer! But in the military as a whole, we have ''in house'' scientists and we also out source research to universities and private companies. In the Military, we might have a civilian scientist working for us and his title would likely be Dr. But we also have military members who are scientists and their titles would be their rank. No idea on the pay, except that the military members are paid by the military pay charts. Most of the time civilian corporations research and develop weapons to perpose to the military, and the military will choose what they want. So, if a scientist is employed by the Army, they will be a civilian contractor. Most things that fall short of super-ultra-mega-secret are designed by private defense contractors such as...

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What is the legal status of having prescriptions filled in Canada and sent to the U.S.?

A:  I don''t know how much it matters, but the link Caddis provided is several years old: It refers to "Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson", which he hasn''t been for nearly five years now. Not that the current secretary is necessarily any more interested in stopping you from buying legitimate drugs from legitimate pharmacies than the last two or three were, but that article doesn''t say....

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What is the percent rate of students with Health Insurance?

A:  Don''t have a clue...

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What is the minimum length of marriage to be considered for alimony?

A:  A determination of alimony is dependent on many factors, including the length of the marriage. There is no general minimum length of marriage in order to receive alimony. The applicable Massachusetts statute is as follows: G.L.c. 208, § 34. Alimony or assignment of estate; determination of amount;health insurance. Section 34. Upon divorce or upon a complaint in an action broughtat any time after a divorce, whether such a divorce has been adjudgedin this commonwealth or another jurisdiction, the court of the commonwealth,provided there is personal jurisdiction over both parties,may make a judgment for either of the parties to pay alimony to theother. In addition to or in lieu of a judgment to pay alimony, thecourt may assign to either husband or wife all or any part of theestate of...

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What is the copyright protection of newspapers?

A:  Copyright does not extend to news stories. It does extend to the presentation of that news, the exact stories that were printed either under byline or the control of the newspaper. If you wanted to present the news stories as a compilation of ''strange but true'' for example in a book, then attributing the source of the story would be all you would need to protect yourself. However, you might want to write the newspaper if it is presently existing to ask for permission to reprint since most that still exist have ongoing copyright. What if the newspaper does not reply or refuses permission? Is there a date far enough back where even they can''t claim rights? Anything published before January 1, 1923, is public domain. As hexeliebe pointed out, the "news" in a news story -- that...