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CR-RESISTING OFFICER WITH VIOLENCE 100%

ZIMMERMAN, GEORGE MICHAEL § § § § § § § § Case Type:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/03/30/cr-resisting-officer-with-violence/

30/03/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

HOODSUP 88%

FUCK THE VERDICT FUCK THE VERDICT Travyon Martin was not murdered only by George Zimmerman, but also the State which set up the “Justice System” in which a grown-man can get away with the murder of a 17-year-old, and the Media for providing an extensive characterassassination.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/07/17/hoodsup/

17/07/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

melnyk5 73%

­­ I've been paying a bit of attention to the George Zimmerman trial down in Florida. The arguments tend to intrigue me far more than the facts do in litigation, and this particular trial isn't really an exception.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/08/25/melnyk5/

25/08/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

SECMinutes6.18.2015 72%

SEC Minutes 6.18.2015    Roll Call    Chairperson: Stephen Nielsen  Vice­Chair: Curtis Hart(Proxy)  Treasurer: Excused  Secretary: David Traynor    Region 1: Michael Pickens (Proxy)  Region 2: Ellen Mench (Proxy)  Region 3: Tiffany Diaz De Lione  Region 4: Michael Wilson (Proxy)  Region 5: M Carling  Region 6: Jason Fonville (Proxy)  Region 7: Rory Leckband    1837hrs Approval of SEC Minutes:  Motion to approve MP  None Opposed  Motion Carries    1838 hrs Treasurers Report  Motion to Accept as Submitted  Comment from floor, cannot accept without personal review   Motion does not carry    Campaign Committee Report (MP)  Focus on 2016 goal of 66 candidates. (30 candidates currently ready to run)  Chairperson requests taking on 100 candidates statewide.  SN & MP need to take meeting to determine CC focus    Old Business    Officer and Regional Director Goal  Major Goal needs to be fundraising  easiest to do by growth    SN: 114 current active members, wants to grow above 500 before end of 2015.  Every paid member of National Party to State party. Makes # 4800 by YE  Fundraising target $5 million dollars for statewide fundraising.    Region 1: Jacob Lamont  Recruiting and Activating younger people. Quick growth lately.  Will have idea of metrics by next month.  LRN.Fm  Newsletter/Distribution    Potential Candidates:  Ferndale Mayor  Vicki?  Port Comm  ?Zimmerman  Whatcom County Council Barbara Brenner       Region 2: Ellen Muench  Solidifying all positions 6.19.15  Motion to nominate EM director R2  2nd  Carried Unanimously  Goals: Increasing Membership  Target to be established 6.19.15  More community visibility  *Standardized Literature to Distribute amongst regions*  Goals Received via Email:  Region 2 will recruit 150 new members in a years time with 40 % of total membership active.     Region 2 will participate in at least 1 educational event per month    Region 3: Tiffany DDL  25 new members Kitsap County end of 2015  100 new members King County end of 2015  Liberty Logic Love  Calendar  Monthly social events in King and Kitsap  Chartering and ByLaw work going on on Sunday 6.21  2 Potential but not confirmed candidates for 16  Goals Received Via Email:  Goals  100 New Party Members in King County by Dec 31st, 2015  25 New Party Members in Kitsap County by Dec 31st, 2015    Chapter both counties in LPWA. (King may/may not be done per recent e­mail (?))  Incorporation, Getting IRS EIN numbers for Each county by July 15th 2015  Opening Back Accounts for each County by July 25th, 2015    Candidate Goals  I 'believe' that in­fact both Michelle and Tim Turner are running. Forgive me, I am not sure which positions  yet. Past Campaigns were both 48th district, State Rep, and State Senate respectively.   Michelle has a campaign manager, not sure about Tim yet    Marketing Goals  Both counties using 'Love, Logic, Liberty' as a marketing campaign to change perception, create interest,  and get folks to out two social events titled 'Liberty on the Rocks' and 'Liberty­Curious Kitsap'  ● This Campaign will be done with posters. (Throughout King County and Kitsap. Also Jefferson,  Mason County. ) Posters posted at colleges, Pot Shops, Black hair salons, growing shops,  community boards, Gun stores, wherever.   ● Buttons  ●   ● Social­Media  ●   Michelle has started hers. Mine is very close.     Kitsap Press Release will be released on/around July 1st 2015.       Region 4: Motion to Appoint Allen Acosta R4 director  2nded  Carries Unanimously  No current notes for Region 4  *Ed Pole contributed 150­200 to finance Oly Pride. SEC Owes him Thank you!*      Region 5: MCarling  Reach out and contact uncontacted people    Endorsed Candidates:  Adena Grigsby is Running for Kelso City Council Position 7  Kelburn Koontz­ City Council Position #4  Curtis Hart Cowlitz Fire District 2 Seat three  Rob Gibbs for School Director Position #3. Rob has already won his seat as he is unopposed.    Region 6: Jason Fonville(Proxy)  Received Via Email  1. R6 Goals and Metrics        A. Identify Leadership in Every Major City in R6 by 60 days              a) Yakima: Gavin Keefe                  Wenatchee: David Traynor( Jason Fonville perhaps taking over?)                  Tri­Cities:  Michael Ballard                  Moses Lake: Ty Howard                  Walla2: Vacant                  Leavenworth: Ann Crosby                  Chelan: Vacant (Shane Collins?)        B. Within 6 months each city lieutenant will be responsible to recruit 10 activists. These will  be people who are paid up with dues to the state party. Pushing for monthly auto­withdrawals.        C. Gavin Keefe and David Traynor will be providing all leaders with tools, and physical  support through this process.    Endorsed Candidates:   Gavin Keefe, Yakima City Council District 6  Don Meyers, Moses Lake City Council Seat 3    Region 7: Rory L  Establish affiliated organizations in all counties, with levels.  L1, 5  L2, 10  L3, 15  Challenge every single seat in all districts    Judicial Committee Clarification  Judicial Committee Consisits of:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/07/03/secminutes6-18-2015/

03/07/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

usp-may-2015-board-book 70%

Ken Zimmerman, Director;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/09/22/usp-may-2015-board-book/

22/09/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

AncientCancer 67%

Zimmerman. ... Rosalie, Zimmerman. "Cancer:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/04/05/ancientcancer/

04/04/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Zhen ZImmerman 67%

Zhen Zimmerman Novice 13 6"

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/01/08/zhen-zimmerman/

08/01/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

SupawatVitoorapkaorn Resume 67%

Supawat Vitoorapakorn Product + Interaction Designer +1 203-550-8159 www.supawat.design svitoora@andrew.cmu.edu Education Experience Carnegie Mellon University Design Research Assistant | HCII Bachelor’s Degree, Class of 2020 2018 - now Creating a prototype table with John Zimmerman that senses and acknowledges people’s presence when they are talking.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/27/supawatvitoorapkaorn-resume/

27/01/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

2016 Fowa Scholarship print 67%

Dorothy Zimmerman Tommy Thompson FOWA Scholarship Committee FOWA Executive Director PO Box 110409 24 NW 33rd Court, Suite A Gainesville, FL 32611-0409 Gainesville, FL 32607 352.392.2801 352.284.1763 dozimmer@ufl.edu info@fowa.org Chartered in 1946, FOWA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) statewide paid professional communicators organization made up of outdoor communicators who report and reflect upon Florida’s diverse interests in the outdoors to educate and encourage the public in ways to protect and conserve our natural heritage.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/11/19/2016-fowa-scholarship-print/

19/11/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

2016-01 Glen Cove CommunityAssociation newsletter 65%

Mary Villella, Jeanne#e Stanley, Michael Warner, Rosemary Wideman, Danielle Wideman, Danielle Zimmerman, Neal &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/01/2016-01-glen-cove-communityassociation-newsletter/

01/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

TESC 2012 Org Chart(1) 65%

Purce President Academic Affairs Michael Zimmerman, Vice President and Provost College Advancement D.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/31/tesc-2012-org-chart-1/

31/05/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

TxGP 2015 64%

2015 Texas Grand Prix http://txgp.x10host.com/Rules/ Highest Rifle score in Match ═► Highest Pistol score in Match ═► Name Vredenburg, Mike Alsup, David Robinson, Ron Droege, Robert Duran, Leo Dye, Bob Name Vredenburg, Mike Reedy, Phil Martin, Craig Name Alsup, David Roberts, Bobby Droege, Robert Smith, Randy Name Robinson, Ron Holbeche, Sean Dye, Bob Holland, Buddy Enzian, Kevin Zimmerman, Bob Gonzalex, Lupe Lubecker, Bob McKinney, Jim Smith, Reagan Paccate, Bob Name Droege, Robert Smith, Randy Paccate, Bob Name Duran, Leo Vredenburg, Mike Alsup, David Name Dye, Bob Robinson, Ron Droege, Robert Enzian, Kevin Class BFTC Mar 22 DFTC Apr 18 PPAA May 9 ASC Jul 25 Open WFTF Hunter Piston Open-PFT Hunter-PFT 46 44 42 27 34 37 - - - Class BFTC Mar 22 DFTC Apr 18 PPAA May 9 ASC Jul 25 Open Open Open 46 40 33 - - - Class BFTC Mar 22 DFTC Apr 18 PPAA May 9 ASC Jul 25 WFTF WFTF WFTF WFTF 44 29 27 24 - - - Class BFTC Mar 22 DFTC Apr 18 PPAA May 9 ASC Jul 25 Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter 42 40 39 33 33 28 24 23 22 18 10 - - - Class BFTC Mar 22 DFTC Apr 18 PPAA May 9 ASC Jul 25 Piston Piston Piston 27 24 10 - - - Class BFTC Mar 22 DFTC Apr 18 PPAA May 9 ASC Jul 25 Open-PFT Open-PFT Open-PFT 34 33 30 - - - Class BFTC Mar 22 DFTC Apr 18 PPAA May 9 ASC Jul 25 Hunter-PFT Hunter-PFT Hunter-PFT Hunter-PFT 37 35 34 21 - - - 46 37 50 40 50 40 ROT BFTC % DFTC % PPAA % Sep 19-20 - - ROT % ASC % ROT % ROT % ROT % ROT % 100.0 94.6 91.9 56.8 ROT % 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 Total Overall Match (Best 2 or 3) Placing Count 91.9 89.2 81.1 ASC % 1 1 1 Total Overall Match (Best 2 or 3) Placing Count 58.7 52.2 21.7 ASC % 1 2 3 Total Overall Match (Best 2 or 3) Placing Count 91.3 87.0 84.8 71.7 71.7 60.9 52.2 50.0 47.8 39.1 21.7 ASC % 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total Overall Match (Best 2 or 3) Placing Count 95.7 63.0 58.7 52.2 ASC % 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total Overall Match (Best 2 or 3) Placing Count 100.0 87.0 71.7 91.9 89.2 81.1 ROT BFTC % DFTC % PPAA % Sep 19-20 - ASC % 58.7 52.2 21.7 ROT BFTC % DFTC % PPAA % Sep 19-20 Total Overall Match (Best 2 or 3) Placing Count 100.0 95.7 91.3 58.7 91.9 100.0 91.3 87.0 84.8 71.7 71.7 60.9 52.2 50.0 47.8 39.1 21.7 ROT BFTC % DFTC % PPAA % Sep 19-20 - ROT % 95.7 63.0 58.7 52.2 ROT BFTC % DFTC % PPAA % Sep 19-20 - ASC % 100.0 87.0 71.7 ROT BFTC % DFTC % PPAA % Sep 19-20 - 120 48 100.0 95.7 91.3 58.7 91.9 100.0 ROT BFTC % DFTC % PPAA % Sep 19-20 - 50 40 1 2 3 1 1 1 Total Overall Match (Best 2 or 3) Placing Count 100.0 94.6 91.9 56.8 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/04/05/txgp-2015/

05/04/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

TESC 2016 Org Chart(1) 64%

Academic Support Services Jamie Cooper, Associate Vice President Office of the President John Carmichael, Chief of Staff to the President and Secretary to the Board of Trustees John Craighill, Internal Auditor Lisa Dawn-Fisher, Director of Planning and Budget Scott Morgan, Director of Sustainability Susan Harris, Administrative Assistant to the President Madeline Rider, Office Assistant Colleen Rust, Director of Government Relations Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael Zimmerman

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/31/tesc-2016-org-chart-1/

31/05/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

VideoGameAnalysis 62%

Video Game Analysis  Tuesdays 6:30­7:20  ​ Syllabus  Instructor:  Name : Nathan Carter Williams  Email: ​ncwillia@andrew.cmu.edu  You can contact me at anytime and expect a reply within a few hours.    Course Goals:  In this course, we will discuss how to create a valuable analysis, look at existing  critiques, and write our own analyses. We will examine the influence that visual cues,  non­diegetic sounds, and control schemes play in the total experience of the game. By the end  of the semester, students should ask the questions: "How does the narrative motivate player  action?", "Do all of the mechanics convey the same message?", "How does the art style frame  the rest of the experience?"     Structure:  We will meet every Tuesday from six­thirty to seven­twenty. Here we will either discuss  the reading for the week or I will present a game and/or analysis. There will be a mid­term and  final consisting each of an analysis of your own.    Readings:  There is no textbook for this course. We will be reading materials that I had out in class  and provide online via *blackboard/google drive*. I can recommend a few books though,  Introduction to Game Analysis ​ , by Clara Fernandez­Vara or ​Rules of Play: Game Design  Fundamentals, by Katie Salen and Andrew Zimmerman.    Grading:  A passing grade means that you half participated in at least half of the discussions and  have shown evidence of understanding on your mid­term and final. You should only fail if you do  not engage actively with the material.    Discussion:  During discussion, when you want to contribute, you may raise your hand, and I will write  your name down. After each person in front of yourself has talked, you will be given a chance to  share. You are expected to listen and respond to your classmates and reference the reading to  support your claims.     Your Work:  You have to take your new skills and implement them in your own analysis. For your  midterm, you will observe a game in class and return the next week with a piece of work  deconstructing, critiquing, or interpreting the game. The final requires you to play a game of  ​ ​ your choosing and provide an analysis as a final product of your ability. It is recommended that  you choose a very short or free game (this course is 3 units, so you should not let it interfere  with your busy cmu schedule). You are encouraged to discuss your ideas with other students,  and will be expected to do so in class, but you should cite ideas that others contribute if you do  use them in your paper.     Readings:   Dates all TBD  “Ecce, soror” ; Discount Thoughts   “Flower Song” ; Michael Abbott  “Urban Flight” ; Brett Cutler  “Exchanging Marriage Plows: Gender & Sexuality in ​ ​ Stardew Valley” ; Alayana  “Messianism and ​Earthbound” ; Ethan Gach  “Entropy and austerity and ​Little Inferno” ; Jackson Wagner  “Playing to Suffer­Suffering to Play” ; G Christopher Williams  “Pacing Morality and ​The Walking Dead” ; Daniel Starky  “I Hate Magic” ; Robert Rath  “How I Ruined Journey” ; Accurate Observation  “Finding Myself in the Wastes” ; Daniel Starkley     

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/09/12/videogameanalysis/

12/09/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

1481324480-DM Workbook v4 60%

— deadmau5 A FEW FACTS ABOUT DEADMAU5 ▶▶ Joel Zimmerman was born on January 5th, 1981 in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/17/1481324480-dm-workbook-v4/

17/02/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

How SAD 57%

J., Zimmerman, M., Chelminski, I., &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/23/how-sad/

23/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

57 56%

Pierre-Joseph Zimmerman (1785-1853), Isidore Taylor (1789-1879, playwright and founder of the Artist associations), Achille Comte (1802-1866, doctor), François-Édouard Picot (1786-1868, painter), Jean-Delphin Alard (1815-1888, violinist and composer), Paul Lacroix (1806-1884, writer), Jean Baptiste-Joseph Tolbecque (1797-1869, violinist), Ernest Desmarets (1815-1901, Berlioz’s lawyer), Achille Jubinal (1810-1875, medievalist), Fromental Halévy (1799.-1862, composer), Adolphe Adam (1803-1856, composer), Emmanuel Gonzalès (1815-1887, playwright), Charles-Marie Bouton (1781-1853, painter), Léon Kreutzer (1817-1868, composer), Lambert Joseph Massart (1811-1892, Belgian violinist), and others.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/05/28/57/

28/05/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

60webok- 55%

Pierre-Joseph Zimmerman (1785-1853), Isidore Taylor (1789-1879, playwright and founder of the Artist associations), Achille Comte (1802-1866, doctor), François-Édouard Picot (1786-1868, painter), Jean-Delphin Alard (1815-1888, violinist and composer), Paul Lacroix (1806-1884, writer), Jean Baptiste-Joseph Tolbecque (1797-1869, violinist), Ernest Desmarets (1815-1901, Berlioz’s lawyer), Achille Jubinal (1810-1875, medievalist), Fromental Halévy (1799.-1862, composer), Adolphe Adam (1803-1856, composer), Emmanuel Gonzalès (1815-1887, playwright), Charles-Marie Bouton (1781-1853, painter), Léon Kreutzer (1817-1868, composer), Lambert Joseph Massart (1811-1892, Belgian violinist), and others.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/12/10/60webok-/

10/12/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

CDLT NL 2012 Winter 54%

Deborah Zimmerman;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/01/16/cdlt-nl-2012-winter/

16/01/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

GBU News IX 54%

Thursday from 9am to 10am Water Aerobics with Justen Zimmerman at the beautiful Camp St Nicholas pool;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/07/14/gbu-news-ix/

14/07/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

03329355961 52%

Maureen Zimmerman Editorial Production: nSight, Inc.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/04/23/03329355961-6/

23/04/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

Neies Lautre 03 - Kopie 48%

Der Name begann als Twitter-Hashtag #BlackLivesMatter und verbreitete sich im Juli 2013 nach dem Freispruch des privaten Sicherheitsmanns George Zimmerman, der in Florida den Teenager Trayvon Martin erschossen hatte.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/05/10/neies-lautre-03-kopie/

10/05/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

64 45%

DYLAN, Bob Robert Allen Zimmerman b.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/07/03/64/

03/07/2019 www.pdf-archive.com

64-II 45%

DYLAN, Bob Robert Allen Zimmerman b.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/07/15/64-ii/

15/07/2019 www.pdf-archive.com

BB-8 Builders Club FB FAQ - January.30.2016 44%

PR Inquiries Carl Cunningham carlecunningham@gmail.com 404-822-9658 Other Doug Goreas (Club FAQ) Kurt Zimmerman (Honorary First Official BB-8 Builder – November 2014)

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/02/08/bb-8-builders-club-fb-faq-january-30-2016/

08/02/2016 www.pdf-archive.com