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  Private Eye Finding A Missing Person - Private Eye People Search
The private eyes of 77 Investigations, Inc. are members of NAIS (National Association Of Investigative Specialist) with offices in Florida and Tennessee.
Because we provide private eye services on a nationwide level, we open very early so our clients won't be forced to wait.
The private investigative partnership was formed in 1996 and 77 Investigations incorporated in 2001.
www.77investigations.com /basic.html   (302 words)

  
 Private Eye Finding A Missing Person - Private Eye People Search
No state license for Private Eyes in Alabama.
Joplin, Kansas City, St. Joseph, St. Louis and Springfield require a Private Eye license.
does require a license to be a Private Eye.
www.77investigations.com /pilicense.html   (145 words)

  
  A Punch in the Eye
These days, Eye titbits are proffered at dinner parties by guests wanting to be seen with their finger on the pulse of London life.
Private Eye is always being sued, more often than not by the late Robert Maxwell, or Sir James Goldsmith, who legend has it whipped off 64 writs in one year, which helped the Eye's circulation enormously.
It was here that one of the Eye's most appealing euphemisms, the verb "to discuss Ugandan affairs", was coined when a guest regaled the table of how, at a particularly boring party he once attended, the hostess suggested he meet a"fascinating" Ugandan diplomat who had fled Idi Amin's regime.
www.ericellis.com /britainpe.htm   (1460 words)

  
  Private Eye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Private Eye is a fortnightly British satirical magazine-newspaper, edited by Ian Hislop.
Although Private Eye was founded amid the British satire boom and the political and social upheavals of the 1960s, at first it was merely a vehicle for silly jokes – an extension of the school magazine and an alternative to other humorous magazines like Punch.
Private Eye is often accused of specialising in scurrilous gossip and scandal about the misdeeds of the powerful and famous, and has been the recipient of numerous libel writs, notably three by the late Sir James Goldsmith.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Private_Eye   (8814 words)

  
 Private investigator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A private investigator, or PI, is a person who undertakes investigations, usually for a private citizen or some other entity not involved with a government or police organization.
Before the advent of no-fault divorce, many private investigators were hired to search out evidence of adultery or other illegal conduct within marriage to establish grounds for a divorce.
Many jurisdictions require PIs, or private eyes, to be licensed, and they may or may not carry firearms depending on local laws.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Private_investigator   (598 words)

  
 Bearden Investigative Agency, Inc. > The Private Eye Agreement
Some of the information returned is obtained from third party sources and no representation is made by The Private Eye as to its accuracy, comprehensiveness, timeliness, detail, relationship to the subject, truthfulness, completeness, or usefulness.
The Private Eye operates only in the capacity to make inquiries and to report fully the contents of the information held within such information sources.
The Private Eye expressly denies any liability for misuse of the information, misinterpretation of the information, inaccuracy of the information, or violation of any law whose violation was based upon an inaccurate representation by the Purchaser.
www.picompany.com /theprivateeye.htm   (292 words)

  
 Private Eye
Whereas The Diary Project was about the search of identity through memory, Private Eye is about the construction of a fictitious, but not less real, identity, starting from the idea that one is so much more authentic the closer one is to what one has dreamt of being.
Private Eye aims to create a world in which nothing is what it appears to be, in a sort of terrible fascinating bewilderment, like suddenly finding oneself in the dark of an unknown place.
Renato C. asks a private detective to secretly follow and film his wife, Roberta B. Starting from that illicit and intimate material Private Eye is now born, presented in the rooms of a hotel for one spectator at the time.
www.iraatheatre.com.au /private_eye.html   (1292 words)

  
 'Private Eye'
It was 40 years ago this year that the satirical magazine Private Eye was started.So with the most exciting election campaign ever known in full swing, I felt it a good time to meet one of the magazine’s founders, and Euro sceptic Christopher Booker.
I should think the staff could hardly believe their eyes when Grinning Boy Blair popped up on our TV screen the other night launching New Labour’s manifesto in a religious school, with a hymn book in his hand, and a stained glass window behind him, surrounded by a school choir.
After all Private Eye had already cast him from the beginning of his rule as The Rev Blair, who writes a fortnightly Parish mag column.
www.50connect.co.uk /50c/showArticle.asp?article=1829   (1003 words)

  
 Private eye   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But, as is the case with most private collectors, his personal art collection did not come to WAM until after he died in 1905.
Even the private collection of WAM benefactors Robert and Helen Stoddard became a permanent part of the museum's holdings after Helen's passing in 1999.
Lucy, I Can Do It with My Eyes Shut; Goldberg was especially intrigued by the way her painting style harked back to the 16th-century Dutch masters who not only attempted faithful portraiture, but also used appropriate symbols (such as Vincent's heart-shaped pendant) to better describe the subject's persona.
www.worcesterphoenix.com /archive/art/00/04/28/FANTASY.html   (793 words)

  
 Oh yeah?   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Private Eye Writers of America, who make it their business to honor excellent work in the genre with their Shamus Awards, define a "private eye" as any mystery protagonist who is a professional investigator, but not a police officer or government agent.
Whereas the conventional private detective always has literary precedents, going back to Sherlock Holmes, and through him, to Dupin, even if the connection is attenuated at times, the new type, variously called private investigator, private eye, or...hard-boiled dick, is the product of American reality.
I do not care much about his private life; he is neither a eunuch nor a satyr; I think he might seduce a duchess and I am quite sure he would not spoil a virgin; if he is a man of honor in one thing, he is that in all things.
www.thrillingdetective.com /trivia/triv78.html   (2184 words)

  
 Private Eye, by Wendy Morton, Notre Dame Magazine, winter 2001-02   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The author, who has been an private investigator for 18 years, says poetry "is the private eye that sees into the heart of things." This slender volume tells tales of both sadness and joy, fun and regrets, but it is the sense of loss that undergirds the sweet words.
One reader remarked: Wendy Morton, a private investigator from Sooke, has written an extraodinary book of poems out of her own unique experience, a very human and very moving book.
Her work embraces both the universal (the private "eye" that sees the world from a bird's eye view) and the particular (the private "I" that is the self in the world that experiences the quotidian world).
www.nd.edu /~ndmag/pick2002/p02-0328.html   (125 words)

  
 Private Eye FAQs - General
Since one version of Private Eye is freeware and you can copy it and give it to your friends, it's difficult to know exactly who is using it, and on how many machines.
The interest in Private Eye has far exceeded my original expectations, and I now have a number of requests for enhancements some of which have been incorporated into version 2.0.
Private Eye was originally written in Visual C++ 6.0 using Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC).
www.stevengould.org /software/privateeye/faq-general.html   (1352 words)

  
 Private Eye
To read the full stories you'll have to buy the magazine — or to subscribe and ensure you receive every issue, click here.
We don’t know… Eye man makes journey to St Pancras in just 2 ½ hours thanks to amazing tube system… Nursery Times: Puddleduck plea — let my fox out… Blonde girl splits with boyfriend shock…That Blair Chinese speech in full… Heather Mills McCartney’s A-Z of persecuted women, as told to Craig Brown
© 2007 Private Eye, 6 Carlisle Street, London, W1D 3BN
www.private-eye.co.uk   (293 words)

  
 Private Eye back Issues - Quagga Books
Private Eye - the UK's satirical magazine:Launched almost 40 years ago, the Eye has (with mixed success) poked a long boney finger at the establishment.
Quaggabooks is proud to be able to sell a range of Eye back issues; if any interest you, send an email (address below), for a final quotation, including postage.
Private Eye is famously printed on the cheap; this means that the paper tends to oxidize (tan, go brown) - rapidly in direct light, so tops and bottoms are frequently quite dark.
www.quaggabooks.co.uk /private-eye   (402 words)

  
 Needham private eye suspended in HP scandal fallout - Boston Business Journal:   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Needham private eye suspended in HP scandal fallout
Massachusetts regulators have suspended a Needham private investigator's license for his role in the Hewlett-Packard Co. spying scandal, a state official said Thursday.
To obtain a private investigator license in Massachusetts, applicants are required to be of good moral character with felony-free records.
boston.bizjournals.com /boston/stories/2006/12/18/daily56.html   (695 words)

  
 Sharky Extreme - Hardware - Sharky's Private Eye
Sharky's Private Bye: Thanks to all of those technology and game companies that played ball with us and continued to work with us, despite sometimes getting some scathing reviews.
excerpt:This issue of the Private Eye comes from the Intel Developers Forum (IDF for short) in sunny Palm Springs in the California Desert.
excerpt: This issue of the Private Eye could be dubbed "All I want for ChristmassA as we take a look at the hottest stocking fillers available for PC nuts and gamers alike.
www.sharkyextreme.com /hardware/private_eye   (842 words)

  
 iUniverse - Online Book Store - New Books, Back-In-Print Books, Self-Published Books
The diary of a private eye as a mystery or mainstream novel is often an internal mystery adventure at the molecular level that spreads from body language gestures and eye movements to the family dinner table.
Private eyes writing diaries as mystery novels have long been at risk in the world.
Private eyes become mystery writers starting with their diaries and logs begun when reporting on official corruption and crime not in countries, but in families at the dinner table.
www.iuniverse.com /bookstore/book_detail.asp?&isbn=0-595-21860-1   (249 words)

  
 MMR:MYTHING THE POINT (Private Eye Feb 2001)
Not content with rubbishing Dr Andrew Wakefield (see last Eye), whose only offence has been to champion his young autistic and curiously bowel-diseased patients, raise questions about the vaccine and demand more research, vitriol is now being poured on parents whose concern for their children’s safety is making them ask for single doses.
Documents circulating under the title of MMR Vaccine — Myth and Fact among health authority immunisation officers and GPs as part of the current push to restore MMR confidence include the suggestion that parents who do not have their children vaccinated are selfish, reckless criminals.
Blair admits in a letter written in December to MP Stephen Ladyman about what the government was doing to address the issue of autism, that there has been a large increase in the number of children with autism in recent years, for which the full explanation is "not clear".
www.whale.to /vaccine/mmr10.html   (1083 words)

  
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The story in Private Eye fairly sizzles, as a good private detective story should.
As such, Private Eye is indeed far more an interactive comic, and if you want a story (not a game) you could always read the real book.
On more mundane matters, Private Eye installs in a flash, and required no more tweaking to get it running than changing the screen resolution and colours on my P3 800Mhz.
www.quandaryland.com /jsp/dispArticle.jsp?index=488   (1468 words)

  
 From Private Eye
The premature termination of the 15-year contract is not good news for shareholders though, as the firm received £l.5m a year, regardless of whether any of the borough’s four swimming pools were open or not (Eye 1100).
The latest Private Eye look at LC coincides with Graham Farrant being Chief Executive for one year.
(Eyes passim), whose liking for jetting halfway round the world to spout corporate pseudspeak at conferences earned him his affectionate sobriquet, is to become chief executive of Leisure Connection, the private firm whose pisspoor management of council leisure facilities at authorities including Hackney, Salisbury, Dorking, Great Yarmouth, Brent and Cheltenham has featured in Rotten Boroughs.
www.btinternet.com /~paul.burns/private_eye.htm   (1981 words)

  
 Private Eye - Magazines / Newspapers Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
It was a Special report from Private Eye - Lockerbie, The Flight from Justice- which pointed out the extent to which we may have a 'problem' with justice.
Private Eye : A bit of satirical relief before the bombs drops.
It’s a relief to see the Private Eye break the humor ice after this weeks’; cataclysmic events.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /magazines-newspapers/private-eye   (276 words)

  
 Editor Private Eye   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Editor Deer Stalking and MMR Private Eye (London) December 10 2004 Sir, Bitterness oozes from every line of Private Eye's attack on me (Eye.
Some say quotas are needed in the private sector to help the backward castes prosper.
Private sector business conditions towards the end of 2005 in the North showed a marked improvement, according to the latest Ulster Bank Purchasing Managers' Imdex (PMI) report.
private.giftbuys.info /yuq   (214 words)

  
 www.GovExec.com - Private Eye (3/16/04)
Thus an unusual alliance has grown between government, whose appetite for information about potential security risks has risen, and a company whose acumen in assembling personal information has made it the supplier of choice for many federal agencies.
In the epilogue to After, in which he proposes ways to prevent another Sept. 11, Brill writes that government and the private sector should implement "some kind of credible but voluntary nationally accepted identification card," which would give its holders access to fast lanes at airline security checkpoints, public buildings and sporting and performance arenas.
But those statutes never foresaw that privately run corporations would have more power to know the details of people's lives than government.
www.govexec.com /features/0304/0304s1.htm   (2739 words)

  
 A Private Eye
Those results were so encouraging that FDOT quickly accelerated its private asset management activity to include a contract for the Panhandle and now, just four years later, has 17 such contracts across the state with four different companies.
But under private asset management, the state doesn’t dictate the number of times an area needs mowing.
The ability of states to proceed with privatization will depend in part on the support of governors and the culture within transportation departments.
www.roadsbridges.com /rb/index.cfm?powergrid=rfah=|cfap=&CFID=457350&CFTOKEN=32918034&fuseaction=showArticle&appDirectory=rb&articleID=5430   (1532 words)

  
 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Inch High, Private Eye
But instead of a superhero outfit, Inch High wore a trenchcoat, which for many years was used in movies and TV shows as visual shorthand to indicate the wearer was a spy or a private detective.
Inch High, Private Eye was a half-hour cartoon show by Hanna-Barbera, the studio that had started in the 1950s with Huckleberry Hound, Ruff & Reddy and similar humorous fare for young viewers; and continued in the late '60s with adventure cartoons like Space Ghost, The Mighty Mightor and Jonny Quest, for somewhat older ones.
Inch High's show, which debuted on September 8, 1973, was a little of each, with the wearing off of his potion at inopportune times (resulting in his sudden expansion to normal size) being a frequently used gag.
www.toonopedia.com /inchhigh.htm   (403 words)

  
 Private Eye
Private Eye 21st March - 3rd April 2003 Issue
Private Eye 18th April - 1st May 2003 Issue
Private Eye 12th - 25th December 2003 Issue
www.lowickone.co.uk /html/private_eye.html   (122 words)

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