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This fact, together with annual GDP growth of above 5 %, has brought the government indebtedness to 22. 8 % of GDP in 2006 from 67. 3 % five years earlier.
The character is brought back as a ghola in the Herbert / Anderson sequels which conclude the original series, Hunters of Dune ( 2006 ) and Sandworms of Dune ( 2007 ).
The Cowboys, who retain rights to all announcers, chose not to renew Laufenberg's contract in 2006 and brought in Waters.
After the severe economic troubles of the early 1990s, brought on by a drop in the vital fish catch and poor management of the economy, the Faroe Islands have come back in the last few years, with unemployment down to 5 % in mid-1998, and holding below 3 % since 2006, one of the lowest rates in Europe.
In May 2006 he brought in a bill that would allow the region of South Tyrol to hold a referendum, where the local electorate could decide whether to remain within the Republic of Italy, take independence, or become part of Austria again.
He brought Bob Seger back from semi-retirement during his pre-Super Bowl concerts on February 2 and 3, 2006 in Detroit.
Under international pressure, President Sirleaf requested in March 2006 that Nigeria extradite Charles Taylor, who was then brought before an international tribunal in Sierra Leone to face charges of crimes against humanity, arising from events during the Sierra Leone civil war ( his trial was later transferred to The Hague for security purposes ).
General Augusto Pinochet, who died on December 10, 2006, was never brought to trial for the murders, although Townley implicated him as being responsible for them.
If the same concept is correctly and non-arbitrarily applied to two individuals, there must be some resemblance or shared property between the two individuals that justifies their falling under the same concept and that is just the metaphysical problem that universals were brought in to address, the starting-point of the whole problem ( MacLeod & Rubenstein, 2006, § 3d ).
On 19 September 2006, the Federal Court of Australia brought down a judgment recognising Noongar native title over the Perth metropolitan area, in the case of Bennell v State of Western Australia FCA 1243.
* Liberally adapted by playwright Wallace Shawn, the work was brought back to Broadway by the Roundabout Theatre Company in March 2006 with Alan Cumming playing Macheath, Nellie McKay as Polly, Cyndi Lauper as Jenny, Jim Dale as Mr Peachum, Ana Gasteyer as Mrs Peachum, Carlos Leon as Filch, Adam Alexi-Malle as Jacob and Brian Charles Rooney as a male Lucy.
They are also said to draw power from the entire universe as revealed in the episode " Rise of the Cybermen " ( 2006 ), in which the TARDIS is brought to a parallel universe and cannot function without the use of a crystal power source from within the TARDIS, charged by the Doctor's life force.
Summer of 2006 brought the internet download project, River of Crime ( Episodes 1 – 5 ).
Ahtisaari brought the parties together for the first direct dialogue in February 2006 to discuss decentralization of local government, an important measure in the protection of Kosovo Serb communities.
On 24 July 2006, Ahtisaari brought the parties together in Vienna for the first high-level talks on the status outcome itself.
In a lecture delivered on 12 September 2006, Pope Benedict XVI quoted from a dialogue believed to have occurred in 1391 between Manuel II and a Persian scholar and recorded in a book by Manuel II ( Dialogue 7 of Twenty-six Dialogues with a Persian ) in which the Emperor stated: " Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.
The character is brought back as two different gholas in the Brian Herbert / Kevin J. Anderson novels which conclude the original series, Hunters of Dune ( 2006 ) and Sandworms of Dune ( 2007 ).
* Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milošević was brought to trial for alleged war crimes, but died in custody in 2006 before the trial could be concluded after more than 4 years of proceedings.
Six officials, among them Efraín Ríos Montt and Óscar Humberto Mejía, were formally charged on 7 July 2006 to appear in the Spanish National Court after Spain's Constitutional Court ruled in September 2005, the Spanish Constitutional Court declaration that the " principle of universal jurisdiction prevails over the existence of national interests ", following the Menchu suit brought against the officials for atrocities committed in the Guatemalan Civil War
Since then, the Forum has brought the Portsmouth Peace Treaty and its model of diplomacy to wider awareness through the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Treaty in 2005, commemorations of Theodore Roosevelt ’ s Nobel Peace Prize for his Treaty diplomacy ( 2006 – 2009 ) and legislation in 2010 making September 5th Portsmouth Peace Treaty Day in New Hampshire.
As of 2006, the repertoires of U. S. bands tends to have a great overlap, due to the common source of the Zimbabwean musician Dumisani Maraire, who was the key person who first brought Zimbawean music to the West, coming to the University of Washington in 1968.
This manifestation was held in Zagreb, Croatia from 22 – 25 June 2006 and brought together representatives of those Eastern European and Southeastern European countries where the sociopolitical climate is not ripe for the organization of Prides, or where such a manifestation is expressly forbidden by the authorities.
Stanley Donen brought the theme to the film musical in Funny Face ( 1957 ) with one Audrey Hepburn production number revamped into a Gap commercial in 2006.
The Amarillo Dillas were brought back in 2006 as one of six charter members of the independent United League Baseball ( ULB ).
On June 12, 2006, President Néstor Kirchner brought into force the Defence Law, which had been passed in 1988 as a means to modernize the doctrine of the armed forces and define their role, though successive governments had failed to put it into effect.

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However, in February 2006 the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany struck down these provisions of the law, stating such preventive measures were unconstitutional and would essentially be state-sponsored murder, even if such an act would save many more lives on the ground.
In 2006, the movie Copying Beethoven referred to Salieri in a more positive light.
Version 7, May 2006 more or less continuously updated since.
* Leslie Geddes ( deceased )- Professor Emeritus at Purdue University, electrical engineer, inventor, and educator of over 2000 biomedical engineers, received a National Medal of Technology in 2006 from President George Bush for his more than 50 years of contributions that have spawned innovations ranging from burn treatments to miniature defibrillators, ligament repair to tiny blood pressure monitors for premature infants, as well as a new method for performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ).
In January 2006, the Florida Keys had recovered enough to host the fundraising concert to benefit the more hard-hit community of Ocean Springs.
Her later work was more introspective in its lyrics as opposed to aggressive ; Hole's Celebrity Skin and Love's solo album, America's Sweetheart, focused more on celebrity life, Hollywood, and drug addiction, while also carrying on past themes of vanity and body image, and Nobody's Daughter was lyrically reflective of Love's past relationships and her struggle to sobriety, with the majority of its lyrics having been written while Love was in rehab in 2006.
For example, in 2006 more than 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies did not have a COO, and in 2007 almost 58 percent of Fortune 500 companies did not have a COO.
By 2006, although the price points of CRTs were generally much lower than LCD and plasma flat panels, large screen CRTs ( 30-inches or more ) were as expensive as a similar-sized LCD.
After more than 40 years, a second edition has been commenced at UBC in Vancouver in 2006.
Although the more radical consequences of the global communication network predicted by some cyberspace proponents ( i. e. the diminishing of state influence envisioned by John Perry Barlow ) failed to materialize and the word lost some of its novelty appeal, it remains current as of 2006.
The number of adherents to the various smaller groups of Christadelphians varies from approximately 1, 850 members ( the Unamended Christadelphians as of 2006 ) to groups made up of little more than one or two immediate families.
In New South Wales, retrials of serious cases with a minimum sentence of 20 years or more are now possible, whether or not the original trial preceded the 2006 reform.
Six more digital 3-D movies were released in 2006 and 2007 ( including Beowulf, Monster House and Meet the Robinsons ).
In 2006 and 2007 he began having new difficulties which made drawing a very slow and tedious process for him, even more so than normally.
After recovering, he continued to blow glass until he dislocated his right shoulder in a 1979 bodysurfing accident. No longer able to hold the glass blowing pipe, he hired others to do the work ; Chihuly explained the change in a 2006 interview, saying " Once I stepped back, I liked the view " and pointing out that it allowed him to see the work from more perspectives and enabled him to anticipate problems faster.
As it turned out, 2006 would prove to be the worst season for Essendon under Sheedy, and its worst in over 70 years, with a multitude of injuries and poor form affecting the team, none more so than the serious hamstring injury suffered by newly appointed captain Lloyd.
The military was used three times in 2006-2007 to suppress popular protest: in June 2006, resulting in 16 deaths, on 22 January 2007, when it fired on protesters at the 9 November Bridge in Conakry, killing over 100, and on 9 February 2007, when it killed several more protesters.
The picture on the right, of Dyleski in the ninth grade, which shows him in makeup and long hair, was criticized by Ellen Leonida | his defense attorney as unfair and misleading, because by fall 2006 Dyleski's appearance had become more conservative and mainstream.
All Latin American and Caribbean countries except Cuba and Venezuela enjoyed much more economic freedom than Haiti on the Index of Economic Freedom of 2006.
) See the 2006 Norton Critical Edition of The Confidence-Man for more detail on Melville and religion than in Parker's 2002 volume.
" In 2009, a Hezbollah commander ( speaking on condition of anonymity ) said, " e have far more rockets and missiles than we did in 2006.
Important production centers are the Hallertau in Germany ( which, in 2006, had more hop-growing area than any other country on Earth ), the Yakima ( Washington ) and Willamette ( Oregon ) valleys, and western Canyon County, Idaho ( including the communities of Parma, Wilder, Greenleaf, and Notus ).
For 2006, Indonesia's economic outlook was more positive.
In 2006 the United States accepted more legal immigrants as permanent residents than all other countries in the world combined.

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