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95 for Grades 6 to 9 Fiction / Heroism [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Attaining a new personal record is about the only thing that can make Lee McGillicuddy feel talented.
The complaint says the agents "undertook illegal tactics" including a civil prosecution by the SEC "which was calculated to seize all his corporate and personal records, conduct a criminal investigation.
The rocker scaled the 3,560ft high mountain twice in one day to set his personal record and then played a gig in Warrington that night.
Two discs containing 25 million personal records disappeared from its Washington office last November.
They also raised concern about leaks from other databases, including NHS personal records and the new children's register.
The United States will push for more flexible arrangements with Europe on how US agencies can use the personal records of air passengers to combat terrorism, a senior US official said on Tuesday.
Para 4-1b(10) of Page 8 of AR 600-55 (31 Dec 93), The Army Driver and Operator Standardization Program (Selection, Training, Testing, and Licensing), says the unit no longer needs the form and to return it to the driver for his personal records.
Section 215--allows the government to seek a court order to obtain personal records such as library, financial, phone, travel, and medical records.