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Here's a rather entertaining short film with some rather handy driving of four '80s supercars including a V8 Vantage. From Swiss supercar specialist Kidston.

On Labor Day, 1957, a special meeting was attended by Martin Luther King and four others at a strange institution called the Highlander Folk School in Monteagle ...

Here at Martin Williams as we continue to grow we now need an accounts assistant for our busy central accounts department based in our Hull head office. We will consider full or part time for the right applicant, but you must be able to work a minimum 30 hours per week. You will have sage …

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Abstract: Development projects like schools and latrines are popular with politicians and voters alike, yet many developing countries are littered with half-finished projects that were abandoned mid-construction. Using an original database of over 14,000 small development projects in Ghana, I estimate that one-third of projects that start are never completed, consuming nearly one-fifth of all local government investment. I develop a theory of project non-completion as the outcome of a dynamically inconsistent collective choice process among political actors facing commitment problems in contexts of limited resources. I find evidence consistent with key predictions of this theory, but inconsistent with alternative explanations based on corruption or clientelism. I show that fiscal institutions can increase completion rates by mitigating the operational consequences of these collective choice failures. These findings have theoretical and methodological implications for distributive politics, the design of intergovernmental transfers and aid, and the development of state capacity.

Returning to the famed Studio A as an artist in her own right is special to Deana. “When I was a very young girl, I remember sitting in Studio A with my mom, watching my dad record “Memories Are Made of This,” which became his very first #1 hit. Those are memories indeed that I will never forget.”

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