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    Professional Driver Training and Driver Stress: Effects on Simulated Driving Performance

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    Book chapter from Traffic and Transport Psychology, edited by G. Underwood, published by Elsevier, 2005

    Botanical Materials from the Griffin Mound (41UR142) and Underwood (41CP230) Sites

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    This article presents the results of the macrobotanical analysis of samples from two Caddoan archaeological sites in Northeast Texas. Two flotation samples and 34 screen samples were examined from 41 UR 142, the Griffin Mound site, a Middle Caddoan settlement located on a tributary of Little Cypress Creek. Fifteen finescreen samples were examined from 41CP230, the Underwood site. The screen samples from the Underwood site were recovered from a Late Caddoan Titus phase midden on Big Cypress Creek, in the Lake Bob Sandlin area

    Underwood Family Papers, 1878-1980 (SC 2327)

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    Fidning aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2327. Certificate for the 1878 marriage of Mary Underwood and Samuel Poyntz; 1880 letter to Mary Underwood Poyntz, Maysville, Kentucky, from her mother Lucy Underwood, Bowling Green, Kentucky; Underwood family history compiled by Frances Underwood Grider (39 pp.); Lee family genealogy (4 pp.); also includes miscellaneous correspondence and genealogical notes

    Underwood Collection (MSS 58)

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    Finding aid and selected full-text scans (Click on Additional Files below) for Manuscripts Collection 58. Correspondence, diaries, papers, and genealogical materials of Joseph Rogers Underwood, U.S. Senator from Bowling Green, Kentucky, his wife Elizabeth Cox Underwood, his brother Warner Lewis Underwood, and his son, John Cox Underwood

    Underwood v. State: Georgia’s High Water Mark in the Protection of the Basic Rights of Criminal Suspects

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    Seventy years ago the Georgia Court of Appeals decided the case of Underwood v. State, 13 Ga. App. 206, 78 S. E. 1103 (1913). The facts of the Underwood case were dramatic but simple. Suspecting that the defendant Underwood was selling liquor in violation of the state\u27s prohibition law, Americus police went to Underwood\u27s store and illegally searched the premises without a warrant; they arrested Underwood and took him to the police barracks illegally and without a warrant; they forcibly and against his will seized certain keys from Underwood\u27s person; and they then returned to the store where using the keys they opened Underwood\u27s safe and found 114 pints of whiskey. Thereafter Underwood was tried and convicted, the principal evidence against him consisting of police testimony as to the finding of the liquor in the defendant\u27s safe in his store. The holding in Underwood was simple. The Court of Appeals unanimously reversed the conviction on the grounds that the illegality of the arrest rendered the evidence obtained thereby inadmissible under the state constitutional self-incrimination privilege

    Pastoral Care and the Means of Grace

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    Reviewed Book: Underwood, Ralph L. Pastoral Care and the Means of Grace. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1993. Reviewed Book: Volz, Carl A. Pastoral Life and Practice in the Early Church. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1990

    Underwood Letters, 1820-1859 (SC 2326)

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    Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2326. Letters to John J. Crittenden from Joseph Rogers Underwood and his brother Warner Lewis Underwood, Bowling Green, chiefly related to the political situation in Kentucky and the United States from 1820 to 1859. Also, one letter to Crittenden from J.B. Temple related to a possible 1852 Senatorial contest between Crittenden and Joseph Rogers Underwood

    Letter to John Underwood providing information on SEAALL, October 29, 1990

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    A letter from Ebba Jo Sexton to John Underwood providing information on a SEAALL Annual Meeting and asking Underwood to share the information with his organization

    Underwood, Henry Lewis, 1848-1925 (MSS 72)

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    Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 72. Photocopies of correspondence, diary, legal papers, speeches, poems, photographs, and newspaper clippings of the Underwood family of Warren County, Kentucky, chiefly concerning Henry Lewis Underwood

    European Acquisitions in the United States:Re-examining Olivetti-Underwood Fifty Years Later

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    While Italy's catch-up in the course of the 20th century has been nothing short of extraordinary, it has failed to produce a large number of global business players. Nonetheless, half a century ago an Italian company concluded what was at the time the largest-ever foreign takeover of a US company. The paper analyzes the Olivetti's acquisition of Underwood and frames it in the broader picture of the literature on the management and performance of foreign companies in the United States. We provide a historical narrative focused on three main issues: 1) head office control and subsidiary autonomy; 2) Olivetti's adaptation to the American business system; 3) the development of internal knowledge resources within the subsidiary. Lessons and implications are relevant for business historians and management scholars in general.FDI, acquisition, control, adaptation, knowledge resources, Olivetti, Underwood
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