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Food and the environment: A model of potential resource variation for portions of the Choke Canyon Reservoir Area of South Texas
(Texas Tech University, 1980-05)
One of the major aims of archaeology is the reconstruction of past lifeways of people. Both technology and economy are part of that lifeway. Subsistence is one aspect of economy and is defined as the cultural behaviors ...
Grassland frontiers: Beef cattle agriculture in Queensland and Texas, 1870s - 1970s
(Texas Tech University, 2008-05)
Semi-arid, but apparently lush, grasslands attracted pastoral settlers in the late nineteenth century to the frontier fringes of the Australian interior and American Southwest. Pastoral settlers and beef growers, particularly ...
Lithic technology: A reconstruction of a Northern Texas Panhandle archaeological assemblage
(Texas Tech University, 1976-08)
ABSTRACT Evolving laws and legal court interpretations have caused the practice of school law to expand and the need for school districts to receive competent legal advice to become more important in their daily operations ...
The paleoclamatic implications of the avian and mammalian faunas of lower sloth cave, Guadalupe Mountains, Texas
(Texas Tech University, 1977-12)
It's Debatable: Should Davis have been jailed?
(Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 2015-10-04)
Arnold Loewy, the George Killam Professor of Criminal Law at the Texas Tech School of Law, and Mallory Miller, a Lubbock lawyer, debate the situation of Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage ...
It’s Debatable: Should Texas Roll Dice on Casinos?
A debate about whether Texas should legalize casino gambling.
Dissecting the ABA Texas Capital Punishment Assessment Report of 2013: Death and Texas, a Surprising Improvement
(Akron Law Review, 2017)
Professor Metze dissects the American Bar Association report, September 2013, entitled Evaluating Fairness and Accuracy in State Death Penalty Systems: The Texas Capital Punishment Assessment Report—An Analysis of Texas’s ...
Texas and California’s Option of Community Property with Survivorship Rights: Triumphs, Struggles, and Potential Improvements
(Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Journal, 2011)
Both California and Texas operate a modified community system with the choice of survivorship rights, meaning that a couple has a choice when allocating their community property estate to ensure survivorship rights while ...