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* 2002 " New World " ( with Keiti Ota ), Merry Karnowski Gallery, Los Angeles

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According to Christopher Ehret ( 2002: 35 – 36 ), Proto-Afroasiatic was spoken c. 11, 000 BC at the latest and possibly as early as c. 16, 000 BC.
An the other hand, the armed forces of the MPLA ( now the official armed forces of the Angolan state ) and of UNITA fought each other until the leader of UNITA, Jonas Savimbi, was killed in action, in 2002.
In 2002 one was lost during the civil war with UNITA forces.
From the mid-1980s through at least 1992, the United States was the primary source of military and other support for the UNITA rebel movement, which was led from its creation through 2002 by Jonas Savimbi.
The Intelligent Mechatronics Lab, directed by Hiroshi Kobayashi at the Tokyo University of Science, has developed an android head called Saya, which was exhibited at Robodex 2002 in Yokohama, Japan.
From 2002 to July 2008 under Turkmen calendar reform, the month of August was named after Alp Arslan.
The electricity distribution system was privatized in 2002.
According to estimates by the National Statistical Survey, the rate of labor emigration was twice as higher in 2001 and 2002.
Furthermore, in 2002, Bligh's great-great-grandson Lord Clifton, the heir-apparent to the Earldom of Darnley, argued that the Ashes urn should not be returned to Australia because it belonged to his family and was given to the MCC only for safe keeping.
In 2002, a theoretical attack, termed the " XSL attack ", was announced by Nicolas Courtois and Josef Pieprzyk, purporting to show a weakness in the AES algorithm due to its simple description .< ref >
* In 2002, Fleming was named in the BBC's list of the 100 Greatest Britons following a nationwide vote.
In 2002, O ' Donohue launched a court action that argued the Act of Settlement violates the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but the case was dismissed by the court, which found that, as the Act of Settlement is part of the Canadian constitution, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms does not have supremacy over it.
Every game during the 2002 season was sold out.
Vick, who saw minimal playing time in 2001, playing backup and learning the system under then-starting quarterback Chris Chandler, was designated starting quarterback for the 2002 season.
The 2002 season was the Falcons ' first in the more geographically-accurate NFC South upon NFL realignment.
A beta test version of AIX 5L for IA-64 systems was released, but according to documents released in the SCO v. IBM lawsuit, less than forty licenses for the finished Monterey Unix were ever sold before the project was terminated in 2002.
Remarkably " Aster " was also the name given to a Dutch Supercomputer much later, in 2002.
18-bis Legge 91 / 1981 mainly for the abnormal signing in 2002 – 03 season, ( such as Davide Bombardini for € 11 million account value, which the flopped player exchange boosted 2002 – 03 season result ) and the tax payment of 2002 – 03 season was rescheduled.
In 1998 the 2, 000th DB7 was built, and in 2002 the 6, 000th, exceeding production of all previous DB models.
The WSF became a periodic meeting: in 2002 and 2003 it was held again in Porto Alegre and became a rallying point for worldwide protest against the American invasion of Iraq.
The first European Social Forum ( ESF ) was held in November 2002 in Florence.

2002 and subject
The sole dependence on paper resources for subject information diminished and e-books and articles, as well as on-line courses, were anticipated to become increasingly staple and affordable choices provided by higher education institutions according to Whyte in a 2002 presentation.
It is the subject of both popular and critical acclaim ; it was voted onto the top three of the Sight & Sound critics ' list of greatest films of all time in 1982, and onto the directors ' top ten films lists in the 1992 and 2002 polls.
* Insurgency in the Maghreb ( 2002 – present ) – Algeria has been the subject of an Islamic insurgency since 2002 waged by the Sunni Islamic Jihadist militant group Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat ( GSPC ).
Some philosophers, for example R. M. Hare ( 1919 – 2002 ), argue that moral propositions remain subject to human logical rules, notwithstanding the absence of any factual content, including those subject to cultural or religious standards or norms.
A scheduled General Assembly debate on the topic in 2002 was deferred for a year at the request of both nations, and when the subject returned in 2003, it was immediately dropped off the agenda.
It was the subject of an armed incident between the two countries in 2002.
In 2002, when Karzai became the subject of heavy media coverage as one of the front runners to lead Afghanistan, it was reported that he was a former consultant for them.
In 2002 Hawksmoor was the subject of an award-winning monograph by the architectural historian Vaughan Hart, which redefined Hawksmoor with new insights and discoveries.
* The Zapatista Reader editied by Tom Hayden 2002 A wide sampling of notable writing on the subject.
The saga of the cancellation of the show is the subject of a 2002 documentary film, Smothered.
In 2002, the Queen became the unwelcome subject of international curiosity when an article published in the syndicalist newspaper Arbetaren in reported that German state archives record that the queen's father, Walther Sommerlath, joined the Nazi party's foreign wing, the NSDAP / AO, in 1934, when he was living in Brazil and working for a German steel company.
The Aptos Little League baseball team made it to the Little League World Series in 2002, and was the subject of a documentary film on PBS, Small Ball: A Little League Story.
By decision and order dated June 21, 2002, the trial court held that the subject lands were ceded to Great Britain in the 1764 treaties of peace and that the subject lands were not owned by the Seneca at the time of the 1794 Treaty of Canandaigua and that New York State's purchase of them in 1815 was intended to avoid conflict with the Senecas over land it already owned.
* St Hilda's students were the subject of the Channel 4 documentary series College Girls, broadcast in 2002.
Crane's life and murder were the subject of the 2002 film Auto Focus, directed by Paul Schrader and starring Greg Kinnear as Crane.
In 2002, O ' Neill was the subject of a Frontline documentary named " The Man Who Knew ," and cast as the main protagonist in the television miniseries The Path to 9 / 11.
The Magdalene laundries caught the public's attention in the late 1990s as claims of widespread abuse from some former inmates gathered momentum and were made the subject a controversial film called The Magdalene Sisters ( 2002 ).
Following significant earlier work by The Brooklands Society ( not part of Brooklands Museum ), certain buildings ( including the 1907 BARC Clubhouse, the 1911 Flight Ticket Office and the 1932 Brooklands Aero Clubhouse ), structures and remaining sections of the Track first became the subject of preservation orders from 1975 and this legal protection was reviewed by English Heritage and increased by the DCMS in 2002 ).
After the critical failure of C True Hollywood Stories, Canibus was subject to criticism and ridicule from the rap industry until the release of Mic Club: The Curriculum, his fourth full-length album, towards the end of 2002.
The saga of the cancellation of the show is the subject of a 2002 documentary film, Smothered.
In 2002, the company began a new franchise of up to twenty years, subject to the company making various investments in and improvements to the route over that period.
* 2002: the subject of an Australian stamp in a series of six stamps showing eminent medical Australian scientists.

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