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The United States welcomes the selection of Ambassador Josette Sheeran as the new Executive Director of the World Food Program. Ambassador Sheeran has the leadership abilities and work experience most suited to lead this critical humanitarian organization. She has a proven track record in development policy and humanitarian assistance, and more than twenty years of successful management experience in government, foundations, and the private sector.




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Modern Drama was founded in 1958 and is the most prominent journal in English to focus on dramatic literature. The terms, "modern" and "drama," are the subject of continuing and fruitful debate, but the journal has been distinguished by the excellence of its close readings of both canonical and lesser known dramatic texts through a range of methodological perspectives. The journal features refereed articles that enhance our understanding of plays in both formal and historical terms, largely treating literature of the past two centuries from diverse geo-political contexts, as well as an extensive book review section. Published quarterly.


"The dream is the theatre where the dreamer is at once: scene, actor, prompter, stage manager, author, audience and critic." - Carl Jung. Throughout history dreams have played an important part in most sacred traditions providing healing, guidance, inspiration and connection to our unconscious worlds. Dreams are like letters to ourselves about ourselves from ourselves. They seek to bring us to a sense of balance and wholeness. Dreams are shared from a Jungian perspective using Jeremy Taylor's "If it Were My Dream" technique. Participants discover the meanings of symbol image and the expanded story of each particular dream. Meets monthly with 6-8 participants.


The Government also cites Minnesota v. Murphy, 465 U.S. 420, 430-31, 104 S. Ct. 1136, 79 L. Ed. 2d 409 (1984), for the proposition that a suspect is not necessarily in custody when compelled to appear at a meeting with a probation officer. First, this proposition surely cannot be generalized to mean being compelled to be somewhere can never indicate custody. In fact, the very definition of being "in custody" is essentially being "compelled to be somewhere" (two of the three tests for when a person is in custody are (1) when the person has been deprived of his or her freedom in some significant way, and (2) when a reasonable person would perceive that she or he was not at liberty to terminate the interrogation and leave). Presumably Murphy should be limited to the probation context, in which the "baseline" is that the probationer will be required to attend meetings. Cf. id. at 432, 104 S. Ct. 1136 (" [T]he nature of probation is such that probationers should expect to be questioned on a wide range of topics relating to their past criminality."). Further, unlike Jacobs' April 4 interview, a "probation interview [is] arranged by appointment at a mutually convenient time." Id. at 433, 104 S. Ct. 1136. Finally, the two cases that the Government relies on most, Mathiason and Behler, rest largely on the fact that the suspect came to the station voluntarily (that is, he was not compelled). This implies that if a suspect is compelled to go to the station, it would be a factor in favor of custody. 041b061a72


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