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Another derivation of the formula, based on a physical reflectance / transmittance model, can be found in a 1981 paper by Bruce A. Wallace.
a reprint of a paper first published in 1981 in Scientific Explanation, edited by A. F.
The Times and its sister paper The Sunday Times ( founded in 1821 ) are published by Times Newspapers, since 1981 a subsidiary of News International, itself wholly owned by the News Corporation group headed by Rupert Murdoch.
Representing the United States, Noam Elkies won a gold medal with a perfect paper at the age of 14 in 1981.
This latter paper, which traces the history of the controversies to that point, and a series of three papers in 1981 by Beverly Whipple and colleagues in the Journal of Sex Research, became the focal point of the current debate.
In 1981 Dr. Masson, who was then the Projects Director of the Archives, delivered a paper to the Western New England Psychoanalytic Society in New Haven, Connecticut.
Multiversion concurrency control is described in some detail in sections 4. 3 and 5. 5 of the 1981 paper " Concurrency Control in Distributed Database Systems " by Philip Bernstein and Nathan Goodman — then employed by the Computer Corporation of America.
In a paper by Battalio, Green, and Kagel ( 1981, p 621 ), they write
The single " Let Him Have It / The Noose " was released in May 1981 and listed as " Record Of The Week " in UK music paper Record Mirror but failed to chart.
The book has been reprinted many times: in 1953 by Galaxy, in 1957 and 1964 by Bantam, in 1958 and 1982 by Corgi as the first British edition, in 1968 by Sidgwick & Jackson in hardcover, in 1969, 1972, 1974 ( both paper and hard cover editions ) and 1981 by Sphere Science Fiction, in 1971 and 1975 by Fawcett Books, in 1983 by Del Ray Books, in 1986 in hardcover by Grafton and in 1990 again by Doubleday in hardcover ; in addition, it was reprinted as part of the Empire series, in 1986 by Ballantine Books, in 1992 by Spectra and in 2010 by Orb Books, in both print and Kindle editions.
It shrank to A4 paper size in 1981.
In July 1981, the Blade ran a front-page story entitled " Rare, Fatal Pneumonia Hits Gay Men ," making the paper one of the first gay newspapers in the country to write about the disease that has come to be known as AIDS.
Its longtime editor, Eddie Clontz, a 10th-grade dropout from North Carolina and former copy editor at small newspapers, joined the paper in 1981.
In 1981, Maurice Rasmussen at the University of Oklahoma started a waverider renaissance by publishing a paper on a new 3D underside shape using these techniques.
From 1981 a magazine ( Sunday ) was included with the paper, and in 1984 the paper itself changed from broadsheet to tabloid format.
Professors P. Varotsos, K. Alexopoulos and K. Nomicos — " VAN " — claimed in a 1981 paper an ability to predict M ≥ 2. 6 earthquakes within 80 km of their observatory ( in Greece ) approximately seven hours beforehand, by measurements of ' seismic electric signals '.
On September 1981, a case occurred in Germany under circumstances quite similar to the Barbara Jane Mackle case ( though the Mail Online network paper states that the idea with the box was inspired by Dirty Harry ): A ten-year-old girl, Ursula Hermann, was buried alive in a box fitted with ventilation, lighting and sanitary systems to be held for ransom.
However, Young's relationship with The Sunday Times cooled notably when Rupert Murdoch took over the paper in 1981.
In 1981, Warren Teitelman and Larry Masinter published a paper on Interlisp in IEEE Computer that provides a nice overview of the system and its design philosophy.
The fusion of the two groups was achieved in July 1981 with the fused group maintaining the name Workers Socialist League, often called the ' new ' WSL, with Socialist Organiser as its paper ( although theoretically SO was a " broad " paper and not that of the WSL or I-CL before it ).
In December 1981, Guth read a paper from Moscow physicist Andrei Linde saying that the whole universe is within just one bubble, so nothing is destroyed by wall collisions.
In 1981, Inland transferred the paper to Metroland, where it has remained ever since.

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* 1981 Cards on the Table ( dramatised by Leslie Darbon )
Brearley retired from Test cricket in 1979 and was succeeded by Ian Botham, who started the 1981 series as England captain, by which time the WSC split had ended.
* 1981 – MTV begins broadcasting in the United States and airs its first video, " Video Killed the Radio Star " by the Buggles.
* In the 1981 British fantasy film Time Bandits, Agamemnon is played by Sean Connery.
* 1981 – President Mohammad-Ali Rajai and Prime Minister Mohammad-Javad Bahonar of Iran are assassinated in a bombing committed by the People's Mujahedin of Iran.
La Longue Marche à travers la théorie de Galois Long March Through Galois Theory is an approximately 1600-page handwritten manuscript produced by Grothendieck during the years 1980 – 1981, containing many of the ideas leading to the Esquisse d ' un programme ( see below, and also a more detailed entry ), and in particular studying the Teichmüller theory.
The longest running White House Peace Vigil | peace vigil in US history, started by activist Thomas ( activist ) | Thomas in 1981.
Having fallen from public notice, the tunnel was rediscovered in 1981 by then 18-year-old Robert " Bob " Diamond, who entered from a manhole he located at Atlantic Avenue and Court Street, crawled a distance of underground through a filled-in section of tunnel less than two feet high, and located the bulkhead wall that sealed off the main portion of the tunnel.
-short for " The Collective Consciousness Society "-which had several hit singles produced by Mickie Most, including a version of Led Zeppelin's " Whole Lotta Love ", which was used as the theme for BBC's Top Of The Pops between 1971 and 1981.
In 1981, Korner joined another " supergroup ", Rocket 88, a project led by Ian Stewart based on boogie-woogie keyboard players, which featured a rhythm section comprising Jack Bruce and Charlie Watts, among others, as well as a horn section.
In New Zealand affray has been codified as " fighting in a public place " by s 7, Summary Offences Act 1981.
Grant then made a few more albums before dropping out of college to pursue a career in music — Never Alone, followed by a pair of live albums in 1981 ( In Concert and In Concert Volume Two ), both backed by an augmented edition of the DeGarmo & Key band.
This came to a head at a meeting sponsored by the IAU in Oxford in 1981.
: Black women and feminism is a 1981 book by bell hooks titled after Sojourner Truth's " Ain't I a Woman?
From Roy Ayers in the 1970s to Randy Weston in the 1990s, there have been collaborations which have resulted in albums such as Africa: Centre of the World by Roy Ayers, released on the Polydore label in 1981.
The Jamaican influence present in Criminal Minded is well illustrated by the use of the " Mad Mad " or " Diseases " riddim started in 1981 with reggae star Yellowman's song " Zunguzung.
In 1981, a divisional series was held due to a split season caused by a players ' strike.
The first convincing synthesis was in 1981 by a German research team led by Peter Armbruster and Gottfried Münzenberg at the Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung ( Institute for Heavy Ion Research, GSI ) in Darmstadt using the Dubna reaction.
He would retain his Council of Ministers chairmanship until 1981, when he was succeeded in office by Sultan Ali Keshtmand.
In 1981, defectors from the moderate wing of the Labour Party, led by former Cabinet ministers Roy Jenkins, David Owen and Shirley Williams, founded the Social Democratic Party.

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