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November and 2000
Public demonstrations usually take place without government interference, though one rally in November 2000 by an opposition party was followed by the arrest and imprisonment for a month of its organizer.
After the November 2000 G8 protest in Montreal, at which many protesters were beaten, trampled, and arrested in what was intended to be a festive protest, the tactic of dividing protests into " green " ( permitted ), " yellow " ( not officially permitted but with little confrontation and low risk of arrest ), and " red " ( involving direct confrontation ) zones was introduced.
On November 12, 2000, Haznawi applied for and received a two-year US B-1 / B-2 ( tourist / business ) visa in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
From November 27, 2000 through December 27, 2000, Haznawi was in Saudi Arabia for Ramadan.
Clinton's November 2000 visit to Vietnam was the first by a U. S. President since the end of the Vietnam War.
Brunei hosted the APEC Economic Leaders ' Meeting in November 2000.
Costa Rican colones (₡) per US $ 1 – 512. 11 ( September 4, 2010 ), US $ 1 – 559. 51 ( October 24, 2008 ), per US $ 1 – 500. 10 ( December 2007 ), 516. 78 ( November 2007 ), 506. 11 ( April 2006 ), 479. 57 ( July 2005 ), 299. 63 ( February 2000 ), 285. 68 ( 1999 ), 257. 23 ( 1998 ), 232. 60 ( 1997 ), 207. 69 ( 1996 ) and 179. 73 ( 1995 )
The FARC suspended talks in November 2000, to protest what it called " paramilitary terrorism " but returned to the negotiating table in February 2001, following 2 days of meetings between President Pastrana and FARC leader Manuel Marulanda.
In a separate nod to pressure to restore civilian rule, the government organized several committees to compose a new constitution, including the August 2000 National Congress and November 2000 Tripartite Commission.
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Though Djibouti is nominally neutral, it broke off relations with Eritrea in November 1998, renewing relations in 2000.
It was named # 37 overall among the " 150 Best Games of All Time " by Computer Gaming World Magazine ( 15th Anniversary Issue — November 1996 ), was voted # 13 overall in PC Gamer Magazine's Readers All-Time Top 50 Games Poll ( April 2000 issue ), the editors of PC Gamer ranked it # 12 in the Top 50 Games of all time, in their October 2001 issue, citing the game's humor and pop-culture references and it was ranked # 15 in the 50 Best Games of All Time list published by PC Gamer Magazine in its April 2005 issue.
The November 2000 Parliamentary Elections were generally regarded to have been more transparent and better executed than past elections due to judicial monitoring of polling stations.
The first single, " Only Time ", was used in the film Sweet November and received U. S. radio airplay in late 2000.
In November 2000, a voucher system proposed by Tim Draper was placed on the California ballot as Proposition 38.
Following a spate of border incidents, both sides agreed during talks under OAS auspices in November 2000 to confidence-building measures to reduce tensions.
Brooks and Mahl separated in March 1999, announcing their plans to divorce on October 9, 2000, and filing for divorce on November 6, 2000.
Endless Waltz was also dubbed by Ocean Productions and an edited version of it aired on Cartoon Network on November 10, 2000.
November 8, 2000.
The GÉANT project began in November 2000, entered full production operation in December 2001 ( fully replacing TEN-155 ).
My Favorite Headache, Lee's first solo album, was released on November 14, 2000 while Rush was on a hiatus due to tragedies in drummer Neil Peart's life.

November and nuclear
Blue Steel was the result of a Ministry of Supply memorandum from 5 November 1954 that predicted that by 1960 Soviet air defences would make it prohibitively dangerous for V bombers to attack with nuclear gravity bombs.
A hydrogen bomb — which produced nuclear fusion instead of nuclear fission — was first tested by the United States in November 1952 and the Soviet Union in August 1953.
Enrico Fermi (; 29 September 1901 – 28 November 1954 ) was an Italian physicist, naturalized American later in his life, particularly known for his work on the development of the first nuclear reactor, Chicago Pile-1, and for his contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics.
Fermium was first discovered in the fallout from the ' Ivy Mike ' nuclear test ( 1 November 1952 ), the first successful test of a hydrogen bomb .< ref name =" lanl ">
In November 1961 in Fortune magazine, an article by Gilbert Burck appeared that outlined the plans of Nelson Rockefeller, Edward Teller, Herman Kahn, and Chet Holifield for an enormous network of concrete lined underground fallout shelters throughout the United States sufficient to shelter millions of people to serve as a refuge in case of nuclear war.
By November 1954, it had become clear that the Soviet Union would reject any international custody of fissile material, but that a clearing house for nuclear transactions might be possible.
With Adenauer's fourth term election in November 1961 and the end of his chancellorship in sight, his " nuclear ambitions " began to taper off.
Research into fusion for military purposes began in the early 1940s as part of the Manhattan Project, but this was not accomplished until 1951 ( see the Greenhouse Item nuclear test ), and nuclear fusion on a large scale in an explosion was first carried out on November 1, 1952, in the Ivy Mike hydrogen bomb test.
* Enterprise-class aircraft carrier ( 25 November 1961 – Present ), the eighth ship to bear this name, is a unique design, and the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier.
* November 27 – Cold War: Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru appeals to the United States and the Soviet Union to end nuclear testing and to start nuclear disarmament, stating that such an action would " save humanity from the ultimate disaster.
* November 30 – Cold War: In Geneva, representatives from the United States and the Soviet Union begin negotiating intermediate-range nuclear weapon reductions in Europe ( the meetings end inconclusively on Thursday, December 17 ).
Plans to develop a megawatt-scale nuclear reactor for the use aboard a manned spaceship were announced in 2009 by Russian nuclear Kurchatov Institute, national space agency Roskosmos, and confirmed by the President of Russia in November 2009 address.
The reactor went critical in late September and, after overcoming nuclear poisoning, produced its first plutonium on November 6, 1944.
The Bluegill Triple Prime and Kingfish high-altitude nuclear tests of October and November 1962 in Operation Fishbowl finally provided electromagnetic pulse data that was clear enough to enable physicists to accurately identify the physical mechanisms that were producing the electromagnetic pulses.
After a new government was elected in 2003 without the Greens, there is still no indication the current Government will revoke the phase-out law after the incident at Tihange on November 22, 2002 turned public opinion against nuclear power.
Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari said on November 22, 2008 that his country was ready to commit to no first use of nuclear weapons against India.
Meanwhile, Soviet-U. S. arms control talks on intermediate-range nuclear weapons in Europe were suspended by the Soviet Union in November 1983 and by the end of 1983, the Soviets had broken off all arms control negotiations.
Despite his earlier association with the left-wing Aneurin Bevan, in 1955 he backed Hugh Gaitskell, who was considered the right-of-centre candidate in internal Labour Party terms, against Bevan for the party leadership He then launched an opportunistic but unsuccessful challenge to Gaitskell in November 1960, in the wake of the Labour Party's 1959 defeat, Gaitskell's controversial attempt to ditch Labour's commitment to nationalisation in the shape of the Party's Clause Four, and Gaitskell's defeat at the 1960 Party Conference over a motion supporting Britain's unilateral nuclear disarmament.
He credits James Goodby ( of the Brookings Institution ) with tracing what he considers the earliest known English-language use soon after the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki ( although it is not quite verbatim ): a communique from a 15 November 1945, meeting of Harry Truman, Clement Attlee and Mackenzie King ( probably drafted by Vannevar Bush – or so Bush claimed in 1970 ) referred to " weapons adaptable to mass destruction ".

November and spin
* November – Renesas Technology and Grandis collaborate on development of 65 nm MRAM employing spin torque transfer ( STT ).
* November – Toshiba applied and proved the spin transfer torque switching with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy MTJ device.
* November 15 – A North American X-15 on a high-altitude flight enters a spin at over Mach 5 and breaks up well above Mach 4, killing its pilot, U. S. Air Force Major Michael J. Adams.
As of November 2005, the Cube returned with a fresh coat of black paint, still able to spin.
Between November 2000 and the emergence of Monty Panesar in 2006 ( during his first prolonged injury lay-off ), Giles was England's first-choice spin bowler, although he was constantly having to justify his selection.
In November two months later, Giles was named the official spin coach in the England Performance Programme.
ATI eventually decided to spin off the segments into independent entities, and on 29 November 1999, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, Allegheny Technologies Incorporated, and Water Pik Technologies, Inc., were formed.
In June 2008, it was announced BSMB would spin out of J. P. Morgan and in November 2008, the firm relaunched as Irving Place Capital.
On November 15, 2007, Kraft announced it would spin off Post Cereals and merge that business with Ralcorp Holdings.
It was in November 1921 that he and Otto Stern discovered spin quantization in a magnetic field, known as the Stern-Gerlach effect.
She also played the character for two months in that show's short-lived spin off The City from November 1995 until January 1996.
Albert Hallam ( Albert William Hallam ; 12 November 1869, East Leake, Nottinghamshire, England – 24 July 1940, Loughborough, England ) was an off spin bowler who is primarily remembered, along with Thomas Wass, for giving Nottinghamshire an astonishing win in the County Championship of 1907.
On 6 November 2008 Vodafone announced that it had agreed to increase its stake to 65 %, and Telkom said that it would spin off its remaining holding by listing it on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
On November 5, 2009 Citi announced that it intended to spin off Primerica through an initial public offering.
In 2008 he appeared in all five episodes of series one of Hollyoaks Later, a late night spin off series to Hollyoaks airing at 10pm on E4 over 5 consecutive nights ( 24 – 28 November 2008 ).

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