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A 2004 book by Howard W. Rosenberg, Cap Anson 2: The Theatrical and Kingly Mike Kelly: U. S. Team Sport's First Media Sensation and Baseball's Original Casey at the Bat, reprints a 1905 Thayer letter to a Baltimore scribe who was asking about the poem's roots.
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In 2004, she accorded three stars to chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten ’ s Spice Market restaurant after Vongerichten gave her book Cooking for Mr. Latte a positive blurb ; the Times spotlighted the incident with an Editor ’ s Note.
Bonds never tested positive in tests performed in 2003, 2004, and 2005, which may be attributable to successful obfuscation of continued use as documented in the 2006 book Game of Shadows.
* In the book Faithful by Steward O ' Nan and Stephen King, describing the 2004 season of the Boston Red Sox, there is a chapter contributed by King, named " The Gloom is gone from Mudville ".
* In 2004, Robert Freitas and Ralph Merkle published the first comprehensive review of the field of self-replication, in their book Kinematic Self-Replicating Machines, which includes 3000 + literature references.
The term was used by author John Perkins in his 2004 book Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, where he described corporatocracy as a collective composed of corporations, banks, and governments.
In 2004, he played serial killer Ted Bundy in the A & E Network television film The Riverman, which was based on the book The Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer written by Robert D. Keppel.
After his death, the Looney Tunes cartoon Daffy Duck for President, based on the book that Jones had written and using Jones ' style for the characters, originally scheduled to be released in 2000, was released in 2004 as part of disc 3 of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2 DVD set.
Jacobs, an editor at Esquire magazine, read the entire 2002 version of the 15th edition, describing his experiences in the well-received 2004 book, The Know-It-All: One Man's Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World.
Harold Evans used the memoir as a source for a chapter about Kildall in the 2004 book They Made America, concluding that Microsoft had robbed Kildall of his inventions.
In May 2004, Kenneth Brown of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution made the accusation that major parts of the Linux kernel had been copied from the MINIX codebase, in a book called Samizdat.
In 2004 Richard Jones wrote Soft Machines ( nanotechnology and life ), a book for lay audiences published by Oxford University.
* Intron Depot 4: Bullets ( 2004 ) ( color illustration art book collecting his work between 1995 to 1999 )
His book The Amazing Book of Mazes ( 2006 ) contains examples and photographs of numerous methods of maze construction, several of which have been pioneered by Fisher ; The Art of the Maze ( Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1990 ) contains a substantial history of the subject, whilst Mazes and Labyrinths ( Shire Publications, 2004 ) is a useful introduction to the subject.
The 2004 book Can I Know What to Believe ? ( written for high school students ) asks: " When I say the word Moonies, what do you think of?
The 2004 book The Rebel Sell ( published as Nation of Rebels in the United States ) specifically criticised No Logo, stating that improving quality of life in the working class into a fundamentally anti-market ideology is shallow
In 2004, Allred, while promoting his comic book, The Golden Plates, announced that a screenplay by George Huang was near completion.
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The development of the tourism sector in Algeria had previously been hampered by a lack of facilities, but since 2004 a broad tourism development strategy has been implemented resulting in many hotels of a high modern standard being built.
Ramsey ( 2004: 340 ) stated that " the genetic relationship between Korean and Japanese, if it in fact exists, is probably more complex and distant than we can imagine on the basis of our present state of knowledge ", a concept later restated by Lee ( 2011 ).
Several biographical programs have been made, such as the 2004 BBC television programme entitled Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures, in which she is portrayed by Olivia Williams, Anna Massey, and Bonnie Wright.
* 2004 – Rolandas Paksas becomes the first president of Lithuania to be peacefully removed from office by impeachment.
OSCE experts estimate that between 116, 000 and 147, 000 people left Armenia for economic reasons between 2002 and 2004, with two-thirds of them returning home by February 2005.
* Life After Death: A History of the Afterlife in Western Religion by Alan F. Segal, Doubleday, 2004
The publishing rights to the Amber DRPG games were acquired in 2004 by Guardians of Order, who took over sales of the game and announced their intention to release a new edition of the game.
The house was opened to the public in 1833, but continued to be occupied by Scott's descendants until 2004.
; Assaulting a traffic officer: This offence is created by section 10 ( 1 ) of the Traffic Management Act 2004.
* In the 2004 epic war film Troy, Agamemnon is depicted as a ruthless power-mad king played by Brian Cox.
* 2006 – Edvard Munch's famous painting The Scream, stolen on August 22, 2004, is recovered in a raid by Norwegian police.
On 26 December 2004, the coast of the Andaman Islands was devastated by a high tsunami following the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.
HDMS Absalon ( L16 ) and Esbern Snare ( L17 ) were launched and commissioned by Denmark in 2004 and 2005.
In February 2004 there were 140 public and non-governmental schools in Canberra ; 96 were operated by the Government and 44 are non-Government.
During that period he also released his work on Bertini type theorems contained in EGA 5, published by the Grothendieck Circle in 2004.
The point is already made by Hume, but see Mary Mothersill, " Beauty and the Critic ’ s Judgment ", in The Blackwell Guide to Aesthetics, 2004.
* Mario Perniola, The Art and Its Shadow, foreword by Hugh J. Silverman, translated by Massimo Verdicchio, London-NewYork, Continuum, 2004.
* African American Lives, edited by Henry L. Gates, Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, Oxford University Press, 2004 — more than 600 biographies.