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* 1985 – William Dudley for The Mysteries, The Real Inspector Hound, The Critic, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Mutiny
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* 1985 – The Nigerian government is peacefully overthrown by Army Chief of Staff Major General Ibrahim Babangida.
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William " Bill " Boyd Watterson II ( born July 5, 1958 ) is an American cartoonist and the author of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, which was syndicated from 1985 to 1995.
In 1985, the museum was designated by Baltimore mayor William Donald Schaefer as the official archives of the Baltimore Colts, which had moved the previous year to Indianapolis.
Hill Top Farm was opened to the public by the National Trust in 1946 ; her artwork was displayed there until 1985 when it was moved to William Heelis ’ s former law offices in Hawkshead, also owned by the National Trust as the Beatrix Potter Gallery.
* The Dungeon Master, the 1985 non-fiction book by William C. Dear regarding the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III
* The Historical Argument for the Resurrection of Jesus During the Deist Controversy by William Lane Craig ( Edwin Mellen, 1985 )
An example of this was a 1985 NFL game in which William Perry, wearing number 72 and normally a defensive lineman, was made an eligible receiver on an offensive play, and successfully caught a touchdown pass attempt.
* 1985 – Artificial heart recipient William J. Schroeder becomes the first such patient to leave hospital.
* Echard, William E. Historical Dictionary of the French Second Empire, 1852 – 1870 ( 1985 ) online edition
A Disney film Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend, based on reports of the cryptid, starring William Katt was released in 1985.
In 1985 he published his 900-page The Mysterious William Shakespeare: the Myth and the Reality, and by framing the issue as one of fairness in the atmosphere of conspiracy that permeated America after Watergate, he used the media to circumnavigate academia and appeal directly to the public.
When William Randolph Hearst III took over the San Francisco Examiner in 1985, he offered Griffith an opportunity to do Zippy as a daily strip.
These include The Reivers by William Faulkner ( 1962 ), September, September by Shelby Foote ( 1977 ), The Old Forest and Other Stories by Peter Taylor ( 1985 ), the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Summons to Memphis by Peter Taylor ( 1986 ), The Firm ( 1991 ) and The Client ( 1993 ), both by John Grisham, Memphis Afternoons: a Memoir by James Conaway ( 1993 ), " Plague of Dreamers " by Steve Stern ( 1997 ) Cassina Gambrel Was Missing by William Watkins ( 1999 ), The Guardian by Beecher Smith ( 1999 ), " We are Billion-Year-Old Carbon " by Corey Mesler ( 2005 ), The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris, and The Architect by James Williamson ( 2007 ).
Burr was born Raymond William Stacey Burr in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada, to William Johnston Burr ( 1889 – 1985 ), an Irish hardware salesman, and his wife Minerva ( née Smith, 1892 – 1974 ), a concert pianist and music teacher, who was of English and Scottish descent.
" This money ( and an additional $ 40, 000 ) was eventually paid in 1985 to Auschwitz survivor Mel Mermelstein, who, represented by public-interest lawyer William John Cox, sued the IHR for breach of contract for initially ignoring his evidence ( a signed testimony of his experiences in Auschwitz ).
A few of the many Carolina League players who have gone on to star in the Major Leagues are: Johnny Bench ( Peninsula, 1966 ), Wade Boggs ( Winston-Salem, 1977 ), Barry Bonds ( Prince William, 1985 ), Rod Carew ( Wilson, 1966 ), Dock Ellis ( Kinston, 1965 ), Dwight Evans ( Winston-Salem, 1971 ), Dwight Gooden ( Lynchburg, 1983 ), Andruw Jones ( Durham, 1996 ), Chipper Jones ( Durham, 1992 ), Willie McCovey ( Danville, 1956 ), Joe Morgan ( Durham, 1963 ), Dave Parker ( Salem, 1972 ), Tony Pérez ( Rocky Mount, 1962 ), Andy Pettitte ( Prince William, 1993 ), Jorge Posada ( Prince William, 1993 ), Darryl Strawberry ( Lynchburg, 1981 ), Bernie Williams ( Prince William, 1988 ), and Carl Yastrzemski ( Raleigh, 1959 ).