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  • Plans include occasional stops at Central Terminal, which saw its last passenger train in 1979, and special excursions through the region to destinations such as Niagara Falls, Medina, Jamestown and even Cleveland. The Buffalo News: Home
  • Originating in the early 1970's, these were the workhorses of BC's big wood logging operations up and down the coastland.
  • When they replaced the ten-minute peak-hour ferry services with 20-minute sailings, in 1975, it was chaos.
  • Canaanite: but [197] _John baptized in Ænon, near to Salim, because there was much water there: and they came, and were baptized_. A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I.
  • Margaret Thatcher became Britain's first woman prime minister in 1979.
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  • April 1974 Penguin reprint with a cover design by David Pelham. Ballardian » Landscapes From a Dream: How the Art of David Pelham Captured the Essence of J G Ballard’s Early Fiction
  • Green styles this sequence like the opening credits of a 1970s cop show, freeze-framing on Chris as he leaps over a fence and zooming the titles across the screen.
  • Aerogels had been largely forgotten when, in the late 1970s, the French government approached Stanislaus Teichner at Universite Claud Bernard, Lyon seeking a method for storing oxygen and rocket fuels in porous materials. A Real Spinoff that NASA Has Seemingly Forgotten About - NASA Watch
  • It's one of America's least "churched" cities, but the religious community fashioned Neighbors in Need as a response to the 1970's Boeing recession. Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News
  • Think of this as the obverse of 1970s-style stagflation, which brought us little or no growth, high inflation and high interest rates at the same time.
  • Urea nitrogenized fertilizer, 80.3 in 1969; 141 in 1974. CUBAN WORKERS CONGRESS
  • His other films included Richard Fleischer's "Mandingo" (1975), Milos Forman's "Ragtime" (1981) and John Wayne's final movie, "The Shootist" (1976). Prolific director Dino De Laurentiis dies
  • Nevertheless, women did not enjoy juridical equality in marriage and the family until new family legislation was passed in 1977.
  • He founded his own business in the mid 1970s, and by 2004, at least fifteen master artists currently heading their own studios had apprenticed under him.
  • She points out that many high performers in Generation Y roughly speaking, people born between 1975 and 1995 job-hop in order to strengthen their resumes. NPR Topics: News
  • The Socialist Republic of Vietnam came into existence in July 1976 as a communist country modelling its political system after those of the Soviet Union and China.
  • The Peace of Ryswick was signed in September 1697.
  • Let's remember, for example, how much talk there was during the early 1970s when Olga Korbut performed the backward somersault in tuck position on the beam.
  • During this time, Lockhart met Moura Budberg, a Ukrainian-born baroness, who became the love of his life, and with whom, according to his son, he remained romantically involved until his death in 1970.
  • When she founded NYBDC in 1976, it was an academic discipline focused on reconstructing the steps of old dances, their names — among them the minuet and gavotte — familiar from the music of Bach and Handel. Stepping Through History
  • There is minimal hemorrhage, necrosis or invasion of adjacent renal parenchyma ( Urology 1997 ; 50:679 ).
  • In 1975 he portrayed the king in a Los Angeles revival of "Camelot".
  • In the 1970's the two-way radio made a big difference in making up trains and the brakeman were no longer giving signals with lanterns and lighted fuzees.
  • Isn't there something revolting about catering to the imagined needs of a tiny group of spoiled ladies, a Marie Antoinette–ish situation that reached its apotheosis when John Galliano showed his infamous clochard collection—the word means bum or hobo in French, and the tattered gowns, hand-stenciled to look filthy, trailed pots, pans, and other refuse—at the 1997 Dior haute couture show? Art in the Parks 3: Nan Kempner's Clothing
  • Since 1975, landmines have killed over a million people, far outstripping the deaths caused by those well-publicized bugaboos, nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
  • After the 1979 revolution, they argued that women cannot be judges, and they made us all into peons in the ministry of justice.
  • Bob Miller, the Kings' play-by-play announcer since 1973 and a Hockey Hall of Fame media honoree, is scheduled to undergo what he called a precautionary surgical procedure on latimes.com - News
  • In 1975, after losing 3 "weathermen" terrrorists in a bomb-making accident and being that they are now on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List, Ayers & Dohrn "go underground". Latest Articles
  • The state death penalty law was nullified in 1977.
  • Despite his position on the progressive wing, he emerged as leader of a party riven with internal divisions in 1976.
  • Inside, the walls were all plastered and painted pale colours with cream carpets - very novel for the early 1970s in Ireland.
  • Crile Jr. and S. O. Hoerr, “Results of Treatment of Carcinoma of the Breast by Local Excision,” Surgery, Gynecology, and Obstetrics 132 1971: 780–82. The Emperor of All Maladies
  • In the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, cyclodiene insecticides provided effective control of wireworms. Southeast Farm Press RSS Feed
  • This was replaced in 1956 by a bigger four-stroke engine offering 297 cubic centimetres of raw power.
  • From 1972 to 1982 the percentage of self­-employed workers in nonagricultural industries who are women rose from 26 to 32. Women in the Work Force
  • Most of you probably will want automatic transmission, which adds another $ 975.
  • But army hard-liners, led by Mr. Ioannidis, staged a successful countercoup on Nov. 25, 1973, and ruled Greece with increasing harshness and incompetence for the next eight months. Dimitrios Ioannidis, 87, dies; former Greece security chief led countercoup
  • In fact, the mark ties with that of the 1976-77 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, an expansion team that lost the first 26 games of its existence, the longest losing streak in major American professional sports.
  • The fears are all thanks to a purported prediction of a major Roman quake Wednesday attributed to self-taught seismologist Raffaele Bendandi, who died in 1979. Quakes hit Italy, but none in Rome despite myth
  • But rising gas prices in the 1970s forced the corporation to abandon the project.
  • Similarly Wang missed the gang era of the late 1970s and early 1980s when those children whose parents had been sent deep into the countryside for re-education formed their own cadres of street toughs.
  • Back in the late 1970s it languished at motoring's base camp, keeping company with much more mundane marques.
  • It was a return to the 1970s, blending Halston glamour with the sexual liberation of the trouser.
  • In 1974 campaigners occupied the office building to protest about it being left empty during a housing crisis. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wood, Bruner, and Ross (1976) in one of the first attempts to define the term, itemise six: April « 2010 « An A-Z of ELT
  • Within four minutes he has worked out that he bought a painting from my father-in-law in the early 1970s. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the next five decades, from 1920 to 1970, gradual and quiet progress was made for woman in several areas.
  • The political anarchy (disorder) of the 1970s and 1980s has led to lawlessness in parts of the country.
  • In 1974 he published the definitive book on the history of carriage clocks. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have something of a soft spot for early 1970s British bubblegum, and this is one of the best examples.
  • This is the exchange We made for the improvements from the 1970s. Improved Standard of Living, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The budget airline was floated on the stock market in 1997 and since 1998 some 10 million share options have been awarded to workers.
  • In stark contrast to its nature during the foundational period in the 1970s and early 1980s, the Commission in large measure both sets the Community agenda and acts as a power broker in the legislative process.
  • For example, a condom campaign in India in the 1970s involved renaming the product Nirodh from a Sanskritic word meaning “protection”. Diffusion of Innovations
  • Until the cessation of bulk exports of port in 1997, crusted port was bottled in the UK.
  • Established in 1971, the 13,500-square-meter megastore is an institution in Singapore, selling everything from saris to air tickets to canned chickpeas to Rolexes. After Hours: Singapore
  • Of so-called "eco-terrorism" in his case, a term believed coined by Ron Arnold, executive director of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise (CDFE), a radical right wing group established on July 4, 1976 "to continue (the) Revolution of liberty, free enterprise and individual initiative .... without hindrance by government. Daniel McGowan - Another "War on Terrorism" Victim
  • La justice italienne a à son tour passé l'éponge après avoir maintenu l'ancien militant ultra-nationaliste en prison pendant 19 ans, mais l'a remis en 2000 aux autorités turques qui le réclamaient pour purger deux peines auxquelles il avait été condamné en Turquie, l'une pour une attaque de banque commise dans les années 1970 et l'autre pour le meurtre d'un journaliste turc en 1979. belga/th Mehmet Ali Agca,Pope John Paul II's Would-Be Assassin, embraces the Catholic Faith! IMPORTANT INFO ADDED
  • Months after an album was cut in 1978, the record company went into liquidation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Willis also skips over the secular and leftist politics that led Catholic ethnics and working-class voters to take their distance from liberalism and the Democratic Party in 1972.
  • Those of us who remember the 1970s recall the frolics sparked by America’s last great experiment with widespread price caps – namely, those on oil and natural gas. Day Two: the Speaker and House Majority Leader Back Away from ObamaCare | RedState
  • Descending downstairs feels like entering a 1970s vision of decadence – all red and gold sequinned drapes, geometric railings and carpeted walls. 10 of the best music venues in London
  • Once primarily limited to intergang violence, the bloodshed of the city’s drug trade began spilling onto the streets of the border city in July 1997, when, at the age of forty-two, Amado Carrillo Fuentes died during a botched cosmetic surgery procedure in Mexico City, supposedly designed to change his appearance to evade law enforcement. THE DAUGHTERS OF JUÁREZ
  • In 1974, Lawrence Stone identified "the absence of charismatic leadership" during Edward VI's reign as one of the causes for political instability yet the behavior of Mary's household suggests that Catholics, in particular the Catholic dependents associated with Mary's household, had found in the princess householder a leader of sufficient thaumaturgical charisma that they were willing to risk death on her behalf. 95 From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558
  • The description aptly described the new diplomacy of detente emerging from the 1972 super-power summit.
  • The dominant conifers are Abies faxoniana, Picea asperata, P. wilsoni and purple-coned spruce P. purpurea (which is also being planted) with a sub-canopy of Betula albo-sinensisB. utilis, low Acer spp. and fountain bamboo Fargesia/Sinarundinaria nitida which suffered a major die-off after flowering in the 1970s and early 1980s, Fargesia denudata and F. chinensis. Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area, China
  • By 1975 there were about 115 such schools, state-owned or church-run.
  • Mr Lawson is right to say that deficits are more sustainable than they were in the 1970s.
  • The new buildings erected in the 1960s and 1970s were needed to accommodate the swelling numbers on the school roll.
  • In September 1971, Malek was put in charge of a White House effort to close down leaks to reporters of nonclassified material from the administration. Fred Malek: It's not the 'Jew-counting,' it's the deception
  • The following applies only to tenants in occupation after January 1 1997.
  • In 1974, Jimmy Connors, a strutting young braggart who used his racket like a cudgel, bludgeoned his way to the final of Wimbledon.
  • In 1972, Nixon himself went to China to set the seal on the new relationship.
  • The term Silicon Valley was coined in the 1970s and refers to the 50-mile stretch between San Francisco and San Jose, where companies such as National Semiconductor BusinessWeek.com -- Top News
  • The audio foreground, however, is dominated by the insipid, warbling, and off-key sound of Gareth Gates murdering a late 1970s disco classic.
  • He returned to Brown-Forman in 1997 and became master distiller "upon the previous master distiller's retirement," in 2004. Distilling a Lifetime of Whiskey Knowledge
  • The others are Steven Schwartz's "The Baker's Wife" (1976), like "Fanny" based on a story by Marcel Pagnol, and Frank Loesser's "The Most Happy Fella" (1957). Fanny
  • In the 1997 season Norwegian whalers in 31 vessels killed 503 Minke whales of their 580-whale quota.
  • As a psychologist, Bloom had studied what in the 1970s was considered not just sexual deviance, but mental imbalance.
  • Like a lot of boys born in Ireland circa 1979 and 1980, my brother too bears a name that betrays his vintage.
  • One hundred women were asked to indicate their preferences on six male body odour samples, drawn from 97 volunteer samples, before and after initiating contraceptive pill use.
  • Figure 4.2 Net migration to the South from the rest of Great Britain, 1971-86.
  • Although rock had become mainstream by the early 1970s, it continued to arouse resistance and to elicit reproach - and continues, indeed, to this day.
  • As an example of the kinds of subtle relationships that exist among different explanatory factors, the Appendix reconsiders the 1976 data.
  • Mike Battaglia, oddsmaker at Churchill Downs since 1975 and one of horse racing's most respected handicappers, will be an analyst for NBC at the Belmont Stakes.
  • The term agrarianism derived partly from the ancient Roman agrarian law to redistribute property and Thomas Paine's 1797 work, Agrarian Justice Opposed to Agrarian Law, and to Agrarian Monopoly: Being a Plan for Meliorating the Condition of Man, By Creating in Every Advocating The Man: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Household in New York, 1800-1840
  • Beginning in 1972 they exposed teratocarcinoma cells to a very strong chemical agent that caused mutations, and then injected the mutated cancer cells into mice to see if there was a genetic pattern to the weird variations that grew out of the tumor; as a control they injected other mice with unmutated teratocarcinoma cells. Vaccinating Against Cancer
  • This was the first contraction in this industry since 1976.
  • In November of 1997, after a massacre in Luxor that killed fifty-eight tourists and provoked overwhelming revulsion, Egypt's Gamaa al-Islamiya halted its armed struggle. Backfire
  • In the book Steam Cars 1770-1970 Lord Montagu of Beauleiu and Antony Bird describe this tricar as follows.
  • Newport has been a centre for research into salmon and eels since 1955 and has recorded full data on salmon and eel runs since 1970.
  • Dahomey is the same as Benin in the previous line name changed in 1975, before Cambodia was called Kampuchea Archive 2006-08-01
  • In December 1997, a technician at Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center was splashed in the eye with body fluid from a monkey infected with Herpes B; she died six weeks later as a result.
  • She was an artist ahead of her time, a modernist who used minimalism and anticipated the reductivism of the 1970s.
  • The British fleet is now long gone from Malta: in 1979, H.M.S. London sailed out of Valletta harbour and the link between the Royal Navy and Malta came to an end.
  • Wear with a loose blouse for serious 1970s snap. Times, Sunday Times
  • Designed and crafted in Valencia, Spain since 1975, the process combines computerized manufacturing with artisan glassblowing techniques. Alexandra Kain | Inhabitat
  • His follow-up picture Assassin premiered at Cannes in 1997 to particularly dismissive critical opprobrium and never earned a release in the UK.
  • The working class and the labour movement are not like they were in the 1970s.
  • Under the War Powers Resolution of 1973 a president can only send troops into combat for 60 days without congressional approval.
  • In 1997 they were part of a 20-strong all-woman expedition which reached the North Pole in relays - a 600-mile marathon which was a first for an all-woman team.
  • In 1997, Joy Spence became the first female master blender in the spirits industry.
  • Ann Intern Med 1974; 81: 513-7. therapy for ocular cicatricial pemphigoid. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Reich 1974 placed the impulsive character, the neurotic character, and the psychopath between neurosis and psychosis and observed the ambivalence, hostile pregenital impulses, ego and superego deficits, immature defenses, and primitive narcissistic features of the impulsive personality. Clinical Work with Adolescents
  • The top selling non-fiction book Blink is coining mucho bling for Malcolm Gladwell, yet in 1997 Gladwell wrote a New Yorker article called "The Sports Taboo: Why blacks are like boys and whites are like girls," which made exactly the same argument as Larry Summers made about what is innately different in the capabilities of males and females -- that men have a larger standard deviation on many traits, so there are more men at the top and bottom of the bell curves. Archive 2005-02-27
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  • Set in the summer of 1978 amid a vivid Italian landscape of yellow cornfields and blue skies, this film looks at the dark underbelly of the world through a child's eyes.
  • This is cheesy, containing every cliche that we can imagine from 1970s Country.
  • I was born in 1976.
  • In 1997 and 1998, the authors studied the breeding habits and population dynamics of Blue Hill Pigeon(Columba rupestris) in Luyashan Nature Reserve.
  • The Richards took over the Taranaki lighthouse in 1976 when previous keeper Charlie Mallowes died from a heart attack.
  • Since the 1970s, the world had been dominated by two problems which, ironically, tended to cancel each other out.
  • The appellant was informed that he had been clocked at 97 kilometers in a 50 kilometer per hour zone.
  • I have known and admired him since the early 1970's when we were postdocs together at Cambridge University.
  • It was all a far cry from the 1897 Irish Times article which described the course as ‘a rabbit warren below the village, where a golfer requires limitless patience and an inexhaustible supply of balls’.
  • We were surprised today to learn that Mayor Bloomberg dismissed his hand-picked Schools Chancellor, Cathie Black, after 97 infelicitous days as chief of New York City's school system. Henry J. Stern: Black Thursday
  • The 1970s seemed to be the age of the groupuscules, the tiny, fissiparous radical activist groups which spread across Western Europe.
  • On April 13, 1975, a Schanberg story datelined from Phnom Penh was headlined: ‘Indochina without Americans: For Most, a Better Life.’
  • He continued as a paid consultant to the company long after his election to the Dail in 1997.
  • In his 1976 book The Dream Machine he looked back fondly on what he considered the golden age of American automaking -- 1946 to 1965. Jerry Flint, Dean Of Auto Writers, Dead At 79
  • Mumma pulled up a map that showed where methane had been found and where the Mars Global Surveyor, a spacecraft that orbited Mars from 1997 to 2006, found the weak remnants of what had once been a strong magnetic field. First Contact
  • Actually it's called a monstrance and it contains a consecrated communion wafer (the big size that only priests get to eat), which by now has magically become the body and blood of Jesus Christ in the form of bread. (there was a time when people chopped each other's heads off over a disagreement about whether it contained any blood) "the abuse took place in the 1970s; the police were informed and acted" - Jack Valero RichardDawkins.net : The Latest Updates
  • Treasure Island Naval Station is set to convert to civilian use when the Navy pulls out in 1997.
  • In an act of vandalism, the navy had blown this off in 1971 to instal a beacon, which probably never worked. 'Hello Mum, I'm on Rockall': The £100bn piece of rock
  • Recording the 1972 series resulted in his losing a stone in weight.
  • Peron still carries in his leg the fragments of a dum-dum bullet from a 1977 arrest.
  • During the 1976-83 period, operations included the assassination of police informers and perceived quislings, bank robberies and attacks on the security forces and police stations.
  • North Yorkshire's top copper joined the police in 1975.
  • The hostels for Gujjar students established during the tenure of Sheikh Abdullah in the late 1970s are far from adequate to meet the rising demand.
  • This was in the 1970's when I was doing my training in endocrinology and also my training in neuroendocrinology. Deepak Chopra: Interview with Alva Noe, Ph.D.
  • Since the reinstatement of capital punishment in 1976, seven states have executed a combined twenty-two juvenile offenders nationwide.
  • The Masters 'highest-rated Sunday coverage in the overnights was a 15.8/32, set in 1997 when Tiger Woods won his first Green Jacket. Variety.com
  • Figure 1 shows striking declines in death rates for various age categories from 1930 to 1975.
  • Even the worst footballers' perms of the 1970s could hardly compete.
  • She made her debut album in 1973.
  • The valley has hosted a mountain rosefinch population of about 150-300 breeding pairs since the 1970s. Breeding habitats for rosefinches consist of shrubby, mostly wet and humid meadows.
  • The 1970 Oldsmobile Toronado looks like a pimpmobile from Venus. Donkey Dick
  • The tablets took two months to install and were connected by 197 miles of cable linked to a central control unit. Times, Sunday Times
  • Christopher was on his way home from school when he was caught up in the start of the 1976 anti-apartheid uprising in Cape Town.
  • This self-abnegation from letters of the 1970s should be taken as sincere. The Times Literary Supplement
  • By the late 1970s, there were any number of places in San Francisco that gay men could go to have anonymous sex with dozens of partners anight. The Volokh Conspiracy » Here Comes the Soda Tax?
  • Peter Melchett, policy director of the Soil Association and Britain's most famous crop trasher, who famously pulled up six-and-a-half acres of GM maize in 1999, says that £20m of taxpayers 'money has gone into GM crop research since 1997, despite the fact that not a single crop is grown in the UK. Just because GM is gaining popularity doesn't make it right
  • In several he looked like a 1970s football manager in his white panama hat and a sheepskin coat.
  • The Germans were lucky to beat Hungary in 1954, lucky to beat the Dutch in 1974 and fluked their way to the final in 2002. Truth takes a battering in the great World Cup cliche game
  • Back in the 1970s, its supporters were considered kooks and lunatics.
  • At Holy Cross College, Thomas graduated ninth in his class with an A.B. in English, cum laude in 1971. The Volokh Conspiracy » Jeffrey Toobin’s The Nine and Justice Thomas:
  • Back in the late 1970's I was at sea during a terrible storm in which several ships, including sailboats in the Fastnet Race, were lost.
  • In 1976, he became a speech-writer for and protégé of Chirac.
  • Is it possible that societal trends since 1970 would have seriously eroded the church were it not for the influence of church growth? Christianity Today
  • We also simulated seed passage through the avian gut by soaking freshly collected 1997-98 unhandled seeds in concentrated hydrochloric acid for 40 minutes and rubbing the aril off with cloth.
  • The programme which was intended to allow accomplices in serious crimes to turn supergrasses and give evidence in order to secure convictions was first introduced in 1997 in the wake of the Guerin murder.
  • Though defunct since 1997, many companies continued issuing them for some years later to be on the safe side.
  • It has become the most famous and hotly disputed California ballot measure since Proposition 13 cut property taxes in 1978.
  • Designed in the 1970s, the Oberoi was the first of the luxury hotels to build lanais in the local vernacular, a style much copied by subsequent architects.
  • It was a pleasant surprise when they reconvened to record 1997's For Those In Peril From The Sea, a classy collection of upbeat rockers, jangly pop tunes and introspective balladry.
  • The 1976 Immigration Act made family reunification and refugee settlement two of Canada's fundamental objectives.
  • In April 1974 a military coup in Lisbon created a new situation.
  • The undefeated super middleweight champion defended his WBO title 14 times after beating Chris Eubank in 1997.
  • Before 1974, the State was based on corporative bodies representing different interest groups (the military, the Church, landholders, workers' syndicates, etc.).
  • South American Miocene Charactosuchus, while gharial-like, has been regarded as a highly unusual crocodylid of uncertain affinities (Langston 1965, Langston & Gasparini 1997), while Euthecodon – a uniquely African taxon, some species of which approached 10 m in length – is also a crocodylid, and perhaps a close relative of the living dwarf crocodiles (and we’ll discuss those more in a moment). Even more recently extinct, island dwelling crocodilians
  • Egypt has had full diplomatic relations with Israel since the 1979 Camp David peace accords were signed by former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
  • In several he looked like a 1970s football manager in his white panama hat and a sheepskin coat.
  • Under the 1997 Constitution, Iloilo, as President, can dissolve the elected parliament and call new elections.
  • Around 1972, Bailey added another loudspeaker and another volume pedal to his guitar, enabling him to throw sounds around stereophonically in addition to what he was already doing.
  • Polytene chromosome squashes were prepared according to SILVER and ELGIN 1978.
  • The Tasmanian Turf Club banned bookmakers and confined betting on the island to the on-course totalisator in 1897.
  • Wolf ended her life in her beloved Berlin, doubly exiled in her own country and shorn of her faith, left only with Was bleibt – what remains, the title of the account of being under surveillance by the Stasi that she wrote in 1979, and that aroused considerable controversy when published in 1990. Christa Wolf obituary
  • He was born and raised in Winnipeg and attended the University of Manitoba, then went on to UBC where he completed his master of librarianship in 1975.
  • LERICI, C.R. and CAPELLA, P. (1976) Caratteri chimici del fico d’lndia (Cactus opuntia). Chapter 5
  • The Penal Code of 1977 only allows abortions on health grounds or because of pregnancies as a result of rape.
  • But in 1974, after industrial action and lean times down south, the Glasgow presses were shut and printing was transferred to Manchester.
  • To prefer food to art, capriciousness and indulgence to "simplicity" and "contemplat [ion]," and eating to other forms of incorporation, is, of course, a female or effeminated preference (Gill 597). Wordsworth’s Balladry: Real Men Wanted
  • In the 1970s and 1980s, powerful oral and parenteral inotropic agents were developed to increase CO, but their use was associated with greater and earlier cardiac mortality, primarily due to sudden arrhythmic death.
  • The 12 - pounder anti-submarine gun was salvaged by divers from Bristol Aerospace Sub-Aqua Club in 1972 when they cut through the mount with explosives.
  • Aiken, ranked 97th and known as much for his shoulder-length hair as for his swing, has 67s in the first two rounds. Tiger Moving Up The Leaderboard At Dubai
  • And not just any love - he's grooving to the sweet joy of the perfect pop song from 1970.
  • Barrie Unsworth, a Labor Council organiser in 1974 and later NSW Premier, was a key mover behind the establishment of the gym.
  • He appeared at the 1975 Berlin jazz festival with Jazztrack and with the Michael Gibbs orchestra.
  • (1997, 2006, 2008) defends an empiricist and non-realist form of structuralism about science, motivated by an illuminating reconstruction of the origins of structuralism in the debate about the epistemology of physical geometry in the nineteenth century, and more generally in the progressive mathematisation of science. Structural Realism
  • Extend tax credit for electricity produced from wind and closed - loop biomass; provide credits for open-loop biomass facilities and coal-biomass cofiring; and provide credits for methane from certain landfills -91 -976 Fact Sheet On The Climate Change Technology Initiative
  • Mr. Hall's pedigree is unusual for a politician: He was a member of the successful 1970s band Orleans, and was able to draw on a network of fellow musicians to raise campaign funds and raise his profile. Swing District in Motion Again
  • The judicial process was initially painfully slow, partly as a result of a 1978 amnesty law that protected members of the armed forces. Times, Sunday Times
  • It revealed the cynical ways in which the "countercultural" music industry was transformed in the 1960s and 1970s by industry executives such as David Geffen and by performers such as Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. Trying to Find The Right Beat
  • 'The Stand' in development CBS Films and Warner Bros. are co-producing Mr. King's 1978 postapocalyptic epic, and Ben Affleck is in talks to direct. Crossing Over: A Novelist at the Movies
  • The step sought by Virginia, known as certiorari before judgment, is one the court has taken only a handful of times, including its 1974 decision ordering President Richard Nixon to turn over Oval Office tape recordings and its 1952 ruling blocking President Harry S Truman from seizing the nation's steel mills. chron.com Chronicle
  • Apparently, the border was agreed as being the 'thalweg' middle of the deep water channel to you & me at Algiers in 1975 but once you are out of the mouth of the Shatt-al-Arab there is no thalweg anymore. Britannia Ruled the Waves
  • Few would disagree that sitcoms have declined since their heyday in the 1970s. Times, Sunday Times
  • Has Mr Reece not heard of the Procurement Directive (97/52/EC) with its many additions and corrigenda? What does it take?
  • To me, it is reminiscent of an old corporation dustcart, not dissimilar to the one seen in the 1971 feature film when the Dads Army platoon hitch a ride back to Walmington-On-Sea from their manoeuvres (thank you Anoneumouse). And now... the European Army
  • 1972 - Israeli Athletes are taken hostage by Palestinian Black September (group) at 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich massacre.
  • In 1974, the state of Washington conducted a pioneering study of wage inequities in its civil service.
  • Whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals and sea lions receive protection in the U.S. under the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972.
  • Anastasi A, Erspamer V, Bucci M (1971) Isolation and structure of bombesin and alytesin, 2 analogous active peptides from the skin of the European amphibians Bombina and Alytes. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Rubio, now 57, was convicted in 1972 of possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
  • The table shows the percentage of household consumer durables sold in the UK from 1972 to 1983.
  • The only time I felt provoked to send him a strong punchy letter was when he flew out on a secret mission to China, in the early 1970s, as Nixon's special messenger.
  • The couple began hosting Burgundy symposia for passionate amateurs in 1997, welcoming a dozen guests to Bouilland for an intensive week of tasting and touring, enlisting such experts as Clive Coates and Alan Meadows to assist. In the Domain of the Earth Mother of Burgundy
  • It modernized and industrialized at a fantastic rate, and agricultural production doubled between 1945 and 1974.
  • But in the mid-1970s there was an acrimonious conflict between the different intelligence gathering agencies in the province.
  • In 1997 all trees more than four metres high were catalogued with their botanical name, their common name, their country of origin and other information.

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