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Undulating casework, taffeta curtains, eccentric chandeliers (like exotic jungle plants) and a lively palette of lime green, sandy brown, citrus orange and other bright colors created visual intensity.
Perhaps Trump believes the FBI should view casework as a tool to ease his narcissistic injuries.
The reasons some murders will never be solved also emerge: paralyzing fear of retribution, victims carrying secrets to their graves and relentless casework that forces detectives to move on in hopes that a break will come later.
A casework team of six across the hall handled letters that required individual attention from a federal agency.
Prior to joining Genesis, Henry worked as a youth services coordinator for the Palm Beach County Youth Services Department and as a casework supervisor and case manager for the Palm Beach County Human Services Department.
Hilton Elementary School, built 1967: Problems include asphalt in the parking lot, interior casework and roof ponding.
Officials determined that case mangers from Northeast Treatment Center (NET) had severely botched the family’s care, citing a slew of shoddy casework.
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