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Bolivar

The currency of Venezuela. It came into circulation in 1879. While it was originally pegged to the French franc, it has been pegged to the U.S. dollar for much of its history. Since the 1970s, it has suffered from a high rate of inflation. It is named for Simon Bolivar, the controversial revolutionary who liberated much of South America from Spain.
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Recorder Helen Malcolm QC said the fraud had become an "easy source of funds" for Boliver to finance her gambling addiction.
Following her return, Boliver was interviewed and made full and frank admissions saying she had initially intended to borrow the money and pay it back.
Probation officer Mike Boliver told Macclesfield Magistrates' Court: "He was very clear when talking to me this has been a very salutary lesson.
Probation Service officer Mike Boliver said of Tevez: " "Mr Tevez would welcome a chance to put something back into the community.
But according to Dr Vikki Boliver, a lecturer at Durham University's School of Applied Social Science, part of the problem was also down to the admissions process.
Measuring 'relative' social mobility involves comparing rates at which those from 'lower down' move up, compared to how many 'higher up' fall down; and as Vikki Boliver and David Byrne recently argue, not only has there been 'little if any sign of [people] becoming any more equal over time' but with a crumbling middle class, 'upward mobility increasingly necessitates downward mobility'.
The only research to our knowledge which speaks to the question of whether or not comprehensive schools compare unfavourably to selective schools with regard to social mobility in the UK was published recently in the British Journal of Sociology (Boliver and Swift, 2011).
Shropshire; music, Edward Shearmur; production designer, Doug McCullough; art director, Ewen Dickson; set decorator, Brian Enman; costume designer, Martha Curry; sound (Dolby Digital/SDDS/Datasat), Alexander Rosborough; supervising sound editor, Jay Nierenberg; re-recording mixers, Bill Benton, Marshall Garlington; visual effects supervisor, Rocco Passionino; visual effects, Zoic Studios; stunt coordinator, Randy Boliver; first assistant director, David Vaughan; casting, Tracy Byrd.
Vikki Boliver, from the Department of Social Sciences at Bath Spa University, said the study was the first of its type to analyse the full range of schools by including secondary moderns.
Citizens Memorial Healthcare (Boliver, Mo.), Stanford Hospital & Clinics (Palo Alto, Calif.) and University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics (Madison, Wis.) have attained Stage 7 status, the highest level of the EMR Adoption Model as awarded by HIMSS Analytics (Chicago).
We would also like to acknowledge and thank our key contact people in each of these organizations for helping to facilitate data collection: Mona Pinder and Margaret Sevcik from the Calgary Health Region; Laurie Thompson, Jan Byrd, and Juliet Cummins from the Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety; Pauline MacDonald from Capital Health; Darlene Boliver from the IWK Health Centre; and Nan Brooks from the University Health Network.
The flight path took her over Boliver Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico, and her instructors "Smudge" and "Boom," Air Combat Team members, guided the mission from take off to touch down.