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LAST KNOWN ADDRESS COUNTY

This variable is new for 2015. The offender's last known addresss prior to incarceration. This variable is beining included in NCRP for the first time. BJS is requesting this data so that they can produce more accurate imprisonment rates for areas ... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2015 - Prison Term Records.


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COUNTY WHERE PRISON SENTENCE WAS IMPOSED

The county where the court imposing the current sentence is located. If there are multiple counties of commitment, enter the one which corresponds with the offense for which the person received the longest maximum sentence. The leftmost 2 digits cor... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2015 - Prison Term Records.


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3. V214

In what area is the head of household's place of work?

Taken from: Los Angeles Metropolitan Area Surveys [LAMAS] 8, 1974.


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4. V199

In what area is your place of work?

Taken from: Los Angeles Metropolitan Area Surveys [LAMAS] 8, 1974.


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55. (GrtstPrez2) And who do you regard as the SECOND greatest United States President?

Q55. And who do you regard as the SECOND greatest United States President? [ASK IF Q54=1-98] [ASK IF RESPONDENT GAVE A RESPONSE, OTHER THAN DK/NA] ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Poll, September #2, 2013.


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54. (GrtstPrez1) Who do you regard as the greatest United States President?

Q54. Who do you regard as the greatest United States President?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Poll, September #2, 2013.


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7. Q24

Adam And Eve

Who do you blame most for Adam and Eve getting kicked out of the Garden of Eden -- Adam or Eve?

Taken from: CBS News/60 Minutes/Vanity Fair National Poll, May #1, 2013.


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8. Q29

Mt Rushmore president

There are four presidents who have their faces carved into Mount Rushmore: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, and Theodore Roosevelt. If you could add one more president to Mount Rushmore, which president would you add? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/60 Minutes/Vanity Fair National Survey, January #2, 2013.


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County of release from PCCS

County where offender was released /County where PCCS office is located. Applies to Post Confinement Community Supervision Releases (Part F) ... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2012 - Post-Custody Community Supervision Program Entry (Part E) and Exit (Part F).


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10. COUNTY

COUNTY WHERE SENTENCE WAS IMPOSED

The county where the court imposing the current sentence is located. If there are multiple counties of commitment, enter the one which corresponds with the offense for which the person received the longest maximum sentence. The leftmost 2 digits cor... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2012 - Parole Exit (Part C).


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11. COUNTY

COUNTY WHERE SENTENCE WAS IMPOSED

The county where the court imposing the current sentence is located. If there are multiple counties of commitment, enter the one which corresponds with the offense for which the person received the longest maximum sentence. The leftmost 2 digits cor... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2012 - Prison Admissions (Part A), Prison Releases (Part B), and Prison Custody (Part D) Records Not Used to Build Term Records.


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12. COUNTY

COUNTY WHERE SENTENCE WAS IMPOSED

The county where the court imposing the current sentence is located. If there are multiple counties of commitment, enter the one which corresponds with the offense for which the person received the longest maximum sentence. The leftmost 2 digits cor... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2012 - Term Records.


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13. Q25

President deserves re-election

Which ONE of the following one-term presidents do you feel most deserved to be re-elected to a second term - George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford, or John Adams? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/60 Minutes/Vanity Fair National Poll, February #2, 2012 .


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14. COUNTY

COUNTY WHERE SENTENCE WAS IMPOSED

The county where the court imposing the current sentence is located. If there are multiple counties of commitment, enter the one which corresponds with the offense for which the person received the longest maximum sentence. The leftmost 2 digits cor... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2011 - Parole Exit (Part C).


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15. COUNTY

COUNTY WHERE SENTENCE WAS IMPOSED

The county where the court imposing the current sentence is located. If there are multiple counties of commitment, enter the one which corresponds with the offense for which the person received the longest maximum sentence. The leftmost 2 digits cor... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2011 - Prison Admissions (Part A), Prison Releases (Part B), and Prison Custody (Part D) Records Not Used to Build Term Records.


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16. COUNTY

COUNTY WHERE SENTENCE WAS IMPOSED

The county where the court imposing the current sentence is located. If there are multiple counties of commitment, enter the one which corresponds with the offense for which the person received the longest maximum sentence. The leftmost 2 digits cor... (view details)

Taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 2000-2011 - Term Records.


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17. Q42B

Q42b. Extent of democracy: Vignette A

Adam lives in a country with many political parties and free elections. Everyone is free to speak their minds about politics and to vote for the party of their choice. Elections sometimes lead to a change of ruling party. In your opinion, how much o... (view details)

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Zimbabwe, 2009.


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18. DQ1A

Ever use in past 12 months: MDMA

The next questions are about your use of drugs on your own. By "on your own" we mean either without a doctor's prescription, in larger amounts than prescribed, or for a longer period than prescribed. With this definition in mind, did you ever use a... (view details)

Taken from: Addiction Health Evaluation and Disease (AHEAD) Management Study in Boston, Massachusetts, 2006-2010 - 12 Month Follow-up Data.


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19. DQ1A

Ever use in past 12 months: MDMA

The next questions are about your use of drugs on your own. By "on your own" we mean either without a doctor's prescription, in larger amounts than prescribed, or for a longer period than prescribed. With this definition in mind, did you ever use a... (view details)

Taken from: Addiction Health Evaluation and Disease (AHEAD) Management Study in Boston, Massachusetts, 2006-2010 - 6 Month Follow-up Data.


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20. DQ1A

Ever use in past 12 months: MDMA

The next questions are about your use of drugs on your own. By "on your own" we mean either without a doctor's prescription, in larger amounts than prescribed, or for a longer period than prescribed. With this definition in mind, did you ever use a... (view details)

Taken from: Addiction Health Evaluation and Disease (AHEAD) Management Study in Boston, Massachusetts, 2006-2010 - 3 Month Follow-up Data.


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21. DQ1A

Ever use in past 12 months: MDMA

The next questions are about your use of drugs on your own. By "on your own" we mean either without a doctor's prescription, in larger amounts than prescribed, or for a longer period than prescribed. With this definition in mind, did you ever use a... (view details)

Taken from: Addiction Health Evaluation and Disease (AHEAD) Management Study in Boston, Massachusetts, 2006-2010 - Screening and Baseline Data.


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22. Q23

Favorite Holiday Song

What's your favorite holiday or Christmas song?

Taken from: CBS News National Callback Survey, January #2, 2011.


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23. V15

ISSUE

Issue on which the interview is concentrated.

Taken from: Congressmen's Voting Decisions, 1969 - Coded Interview Data (Public Use).


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24. Q23

Favorite Holiday Song

What's your favorite holiday or Christmas song?

Taken from: CBS News/60 Minutes/Vanity Fair National Survey, December 2010.


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25. FNC6

first name code relative 6

Taken from: Historical Demographic Data of Southeastern Europe: Orasac, 1824-1975 - Cemetery/Tombstone Records, 1975.

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