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    Flyer: Options Inc. Women\u27s Center Come to the Grand Opening

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    Flyer for the grand opening week of August 20-26, Options Inc Women\u27s Center, 1825 Hendricks Avenue, Jacksonville Florida. Major local projects: Options, Inc. (Women\u27s Center)

    Notice of Intent to All Options Shareholders

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    Notice of intent to place Options, Inc. on an inactive basis but not liquidate the inventory or shares. Major local projects: Options, Inc. (Women\u27s Center)

    By-Laws: Options, Inc.

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    Governing rules made to regulate the company Options, Inc. Women\u27s Center, 1825 Hendricks Avenue, Jacksonville Florida. Major local projects: Options, Inc. (Women\u27s Center)

    Letter: Options, Inc. Books & Crafts

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    Letter asking for support for Options Inc. by buying shares. Major local projects: Options, Inc. (Women\u27s Center)

    Flyer: Options Women\u27s Center

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    Small flyer for the June 15, 1972 opening of Options Women\u27s Center, 1825 Hendricks Avenue Jacksonville. Florida Major local projects: Options, Inc. (Women\u27s Center)

    First Coast Service Options, Inc.- Making our Mark-1998

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    First Coast Service Options, Inc.- Making our Mark-1998

    First Coast Service Options 2000 Annual Report

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    First Coast Service Options 2000 Annual Report

    Public Transport Options for East Asian Mega-cities

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    This paper provides insights of the current state of public transport in East Asian Mega-cities, their characteristics that make them different with other public transport systems in other parts of the world. A combination of high percentage of public transport use, existence of para-transit, poor service quality to respond with high level of motorizations are some of the features of urban public transport in East Asian developing cities. Data from Tokyo, Shanghai, Seoul, Taipei, Ho Chi Minh City, Manila, Jakarta, and Bangkok are analyzed to develop a thorough understanding on the specific features of public transport in the East Asian Mega-cities. Several reform policies and strategies are proposed, including promoting public transport technology to shift the competition from costs to quality, fare integration, suitable financing options, and an appropriate implementation timing, as well as developing a public transport hierarchy to suit the increasing demand for urban mobility

    Consequentialist Options

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    According to traditional forms of act-consequentialism, an action is right if and only if no other action in the given circumstances would have better consequences. It has been argued that this view does not leave us enough freedom to choose between actions which we intuitively think are morally permissible but not required options. In the first half of this article, I will explain why the previous consequentialist responses to this objection are less than satisfactory. I will then attempt to show that agents have more options on consequentialist grounds than the traditional forms of act-consequentialism acknowledged. This is because having a choice between many permissible options can itself have value

    POLICY options

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    End of project reportThe incomes of Irish cattle farmers benefited greatly from the reform of the CAP for beef and cereals in 1992 and more recently under Agenda 2000. In both of these reforms the institutional support prices were reduced and animal-based direct payments (DPs) were used to compensate farmers for the anticipated market price reductions
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