Has been with the Attorney General office for 33 years. He was the lead attorney for the state in the Snake River Basin Adjudication, a 27 year legal case that decreed more than 158,000 water rights. Supreme Court and numerous cases before the Idaho Supreme Court.
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In this case, yes. For example, once the FBI (and others) took down the DNSChanger commands and control servers the affected computers would not be able to resolve domain names and would have lost internet connectivity. There was some discussion about using the malware to remediate itself by changing to some legitimate DNS service.
This is an evil which has crept in with the tendency to centralize the schools. When in any place the schools begin to overflow, a movement to put up a larger building takes place, accompanied by an effort to create a high school department; not so much the need of the community as the ambitious dream of some principal who would be superintendent, or some sort of central sun to a group of satellites. This dream is too easily realized, because it flatters the people.
Jo Muir, left, with Francesca Summers, centre, and Kate French, right. (Image: Getty Images)Get the biggest stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailJo Muir helped Pentathlon GB claim team gold in the Modern Pentathlon European Championships on Sunday.The Haugh of Urr athlete finished fourth in the women’s final at the University of Bath sports training village where she is based and trains.And that, combined with team mates Kate French and Francesca Summers finishing second and seventh respectively, saw Great Britain win the team event.Haugh of Urr athlete Jo Muir outlines training preparations for European Pentathlon ChampionshipsMuir said: “Kate was amazing all day. She’s such an inspiration.