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1974 — Albert Henry is knighted by Queen Elizabeth II
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Although the system established by the Sitges agreement was phased out by 1974, the 1886 Colombian constitution — in effect until 1991 — required that the losing political party be given adequate and equitable participation in the government which, according to many observers and later analysis, eventually resulted in some increase in corruption and legal relaxation.
This Swedish quartet — with such hits as " Waterloo " ( 1974 ), " Fernando " ( 1976 ), " Take a Chance on Me " ( 1978 ), and their signature smash " Dancing Queen " ( 1976 )— ranks as the eighth best-selling act of all time.
This time, IBM submitted a candidate which was deemed acceptable — a cipher developed during the period 1973 – 1974 based on an earlier algorithm, Horst Feistel's Lucifer cipher.
In 1974, Technics released the first SL-1200 turntable, which evolved into the SL-1200 MK2 in 1979 — which, as of the early-2010s, remains an industry standard for DJing.
Posthumously, two albums of demo recordings from 1974 to 1977 — Hardcore Devo: Volume One ( 1990 ) and Hardcore Devo: Volume Two ( 1991 )— were released on Rykodisc, as well as an album of early live recordings, DEVO Live: The Mongoloid Years.
Some of her lesser-known singles, due to lack of recurrent airplay — including " Honey Bee " ( 1974 ), " Casanova Brown " ( 1975 ), and " Let's Make A Deal " ( 1976 ) — became hits in the clubs and reached the Top 5 on Billboard's disco charts.
The Honduran Corporation for Forestry Development ( Corporación Hondureña de Desarrollo Forestal — Cohdefor ) was created in 1974, but it quickly developed into a corrupt monopoly for overseeing forest exports.
" Though Barth, in a 1974 interview, stated, " irrealism — not antirealism or unrealism, but irrealism — is all that I would confidently predict is likely to characterize the prose fiction of the 1970s ," this did not prove to be the case.
He designed two additions to the building — Cullinan Hall, completed in 1958, and the Brown Pavilion, completed in 1974.
A conservative foreign policy has meant that under Niger's first president and — following military coup — the 1974 – 1991 military government, Niger maintained good relations with the United States, Israel, and NATO governments in general.
In 1974, as well, the Detroit band Death — made up of three African-American brothers — recorded " scorching blasts of feral ur-punk ," but couldn't arrange a release deal.
in Mathematics from the University of Rochester ( 1974 ), and a masters degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics, a masters degree in Nuclear Engineering, and a Ph. D. in Nuclear Engineering — all from the University of Washington.
In 1974, Kurzweil started the company Kurzweil Computer Products, Inc. and led development of the first omni-font optical character recognition system — a computer program capable of recognizing text written in any normal font.
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Together with Albert Claude and Christian de Duve, George Emil Palade was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, in 1974, for the discovery of the ribosomes.
Element 106, now known as seaborgium, was first created in 1974 at the Super HILAC accelerator at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory by a joint Lawrence Berkeley / Lawrence Livermore collaboration led by Albert Ghiorso and E. Kenneth Hulet.
* Tricomi, Albert H. " The Aesthetics of Mutilation in Titus Andronicus ", Shakespeare Survey, 27 ( 1974 ), 11 – 19
Carney beat Dustin Hoffman, Albert Finney, Jack Nicholson and Al Pacino, for their performances in Lenny, Murder on the Orient Express, Chinatown and The Godfather Part II, for the 1974 Academy Award for Best Actor, while the film was nominated for Best Writing, Original Screenplay.
Lata Mangeshkar, India's greatest playback singer performed her first ever international concert at the Royal Albert Hall in 1974 ; this was the first time an Indian performed at the hall.
Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester ( Henry William Frederick Albert ; 31 March 190010 June 1974 ) was a soldier and member of the British Royal Family, the third son of King George V of the United Kingdom and Queen Mary.
* Harry Primrose, 6th Earl of Rosebery ( Albert Edward Harry Meyer Archibald ) ( January 1882 – 1974 ), who served as Scottish Secretary in 1945.
Described as " the most influential cell biologist ever ", in 1974 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, together with Albert Claude and Christian de Duve.
He was awarded the shared Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1974, together with Albert Claude and George E. Palade, for describing the structure and function of organelles ( lysosomes and peroxisomes ) in biological cells.
In 1974 they scored what was to be their last major new USA and UK hit single with the Albert Hammond / Mike Hazlewood-composed love song, " The Air That I Breathe " ( previously recorded by Hammond and by Phil Everly on his 1973 solo album, Star Spangled Springer ), which reached No. 2 in the UK and Australia and made the Top 10 in the US.
Penny was born in Albert Lea, Minnesota, and was educated at Winona State University, receiving a bachelor's degree in political science in 1974.
Many students of the Courtauld have gone on to become directors of major museums, including John Hayes ( National Portrait Gallery, 1974 – 94 ), Anne d ' Harnoncourt ( Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1982 – 2008 ), Neil MacGregor ( National Gallery, 1987 – 2002 ; British Museum 2002 –), Sir Nicholas Serota ( Tate, 1988 –), Sir Mark Jones ( Victoria and Albert Museum, 2001 –), Nicholas Penny ( National Gallery, 2008 –), Kaywin Feldman ( Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2008 -), David Franklin ( Cleveland Museum of Art, 2010 -) and Thomas P. Campbell ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2009 –).
The character Skullion from Tom Sharpe's satirical 1974 novel Porterhouse Blue was a fictional head porter reputed to be based on Albert Jaggard, the Head Porter of Corpus Christi during the 1960s and 1970s.
Pope-Hennessy served as the director of the Victoria and Albert Museum between 1967 and 1973, and then as the director of the British Museum from 1974 until 1976.
The cybernetic arguments of Stafford Beer in his 1974 CBC Massey Lectures, Designing Freedom — that intelligent adaptive planning can increase freedom — are of interest in this regard, as is the technical work of Herbert A. Simon and Albert Ando on the dynamics of hierarchical nearly decomposable systems in economics — namely, that everything in such a system is not tightly coupled to everything else.