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After John Hinckley's attempted assassination of U. S. President Ronald Reagan, first lady Nancy Reagan commissioned astrologer Joan Quigley to act as the secret White House astrologer.
" After leaving office, Clinton's Gallup Poll rating of 66 % was the highest approval rating of any postwar, three points ahead of both Reagan and John F. Kennedy.
After years of extensive lobbying for federal dollars, a 1987 public works bill appropriating funding for the Big Dig was passed by U. S. Congress, but it was subsequently vetoed by President Ronald Reagan as being too expensive.
After U. S. support was banned by Congress, the Reagan administration tried to covertly continue contra aid.
After Korean Air Lines Flight 007, carrying 269 people, was shot down in 1983 after straying into the USSR's prohibited airspace, in the vicinity of Sakhalin and Moneron Islands, President Ronald Reagan issued a directive making GPS freely available for civilian use, once it was sufficiently developed, as a common good.
After the weapon sales were revealed in November 1986, Reagan appeared on national television and stated that the weapons transfers had indeed occurred, but that the United States did not trade arms for hostages.
After President Reagan revealed that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1994, she made herself his primary caregiver and became actively involved with the National Alzheimer's Association and its affiliate, the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute in Chicago, Illinois.
After the 1986 Reykjavik summit between U. S. President Ronald Reagan and the new Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev, the United States and the Soviet Union concluded two important nuclear arms reduction treaties: the INF Treaty ( 1987 ) and START I ( 1991 ).
After the U. S. Congress prohibited federal funding of the Contras in 1983, the Reagan administration continued to back the Contras by raising money from foreign allies and covertly selling arms to Iran ( then engaged in a vicious war with Iraq ), and channelling the proceeds to the Contras ( see the Iran-Contra Affair ).
After the United States Congress turned down continued funding of the Contras in April 1985, the Reagan administration ordered a total embargo on United States trade with Nicaragua the following month, accusing the Sandinista government of threatening United States security in the region.
After the book received unexpectedly good reviews and praise from President Reagan, the book became a bestseller.
After his performance in the studio's 1942 Kings Row, Warner decided to make Reagan a top star and signed him to a new contract, tripling his salary.
After a watershed passage of the U. S. Noise Control Act of 1972, the program was abandoned at the federal level, under President Ronald Reagan, in 1981 and the issue was left to local and state governments.
After serving eight years as Vice President and participating in the momentous foreign affairs events of the Reagan Administration, President George H. W. Bush made many changes in the NSC machinery reformed by Frank Carlucci and Colin Powell.
After Reagan ’ s two terms in office, donations were decreasing, possibly because after eight years of Christian Right-supported leadership, the nation did not appear to donors to be in the same state of moral peril as they perceived it to be when Reagan first took office.
After Reagan ’ s victory, Falwell announced Reagan ’ s success was directly due to the Moral Majority and others registering and encouraging church-goers to vote who had never before been politically active.
After arriving at the debate, he found two chairs-one each for Bush and Reagan.
After the disappointing performance of the Reagan Administration on Civil Rights and other areas, Abernathy withdrew his endorsement of Reagan in 1984, remaining a Democrat until his death.
After teaching political philosophy and American politics at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, Kristol went to work in government in 1985, serving as chief of staff to Secretary of Education William Bennett during the Reagan administration, and then as Chief of Staff to the Vice President under Dan Quayle in the George H. W. Bush administration.

After and camp
After a sort of death march during four days without food, Helion and his comrades were shipped by cattle-car to a labor camp at an estate farm in East Germany.
After he finishes his time at the isolation camp, where he is sent because his son is infected, he wants to return there, because this would make him feel closer to his lost son.
* 1945 – World War II: After an air raid accidentally destroys a train carrying about 4, 000 Nazi concentration camp internees in Prussian Hanover, the survivors are massacred by Nazis.
After several decades, the Army gave up the small camp linked to the Ubii-settlement.
After Kristallnacht in 1938, thousands of the city's Jews were imprisoned in the nearby Sachsenhausen concentration camp or, in early 1943, were shipped to death camps, such as Auschwitz.
After trapping Caesar in Thessaly, the prominent Senators in Pompey's camp began to argue loudly for a more decisive victory.
After seeing his cavalry routed, Pompey retreated to his camp and left his troops to their own devices.
After trying it out in training camp, Brown used the helmet to call in plays during a September 15 pre-season game against the Lions with Ratterman behind center.
' After his speech, Kasa-Vubu and the ministers present retired into the camp canteen to hear a delegation from the soldiers.
After the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, Djibouti joined the Global War on Terror, and now hosts a large military camp, home to soldiers from many countries, but primarily the U. S.
After crossing the Bolivian mountain range and traveling past Lake Titicaca, Almagro arrived on the shores of the Desaguadero River and finally set up camp in Tupiza.
After leaving the Stones ' camp, Parsons married Burrell in 1971 at his stepfather's New Orleans estate.
After witnessing a gassing, he gave 28 people promotions, and ordered the operation of the camp to be wound down.
After the war a large group of Orthodox Jewish Survivors of the nearby Bergen-Belsen concentration camp settled in Hanover.
After being seriously wounded and captured by the Russians, Josip was sent to a work camp in the Ural Mountains.
After 13 months at the hospital, Broz was sent to a work camp in the Ural Mountains where prisoners selected him for their camp leader.
After the war, he was interned and spent 18 months in the Ludwigsburg camp before being released as a case of mistaken identity.
After forty days, they returned to the Israelite camp, bringing back grapes and other produce as samples of the regions fertility.
After a brutal torture session in front of his wife, Marcelo was supposedly " transferred " to another camp but nothing was heard of him since.
After La Russa retired as manager of the Cardinals in 2011, Smith became active in the organization again, starting with his stint as a special instructor for the team's 2012 spring training camp.
After walking a further 20 miles, the three remaining men made their final camp on 19 March, short of One Ton Depot, but 24 miles ( 38 km ) beyond the original intended location of the depot.
After Germany invaded Poland and occupied the town, his family was placed in a labor camp where his father, a civil engineer familiar with much of the local infrastructure, was a valued prisoner.
After sailing a little farther, the expedition lands at an inlet next to an area of strong currents ( Straumsfjord ), with an island just offshore ( Straumsey ) – a location which can plausibly be matched to L ' Anse Aux Meadows – and makes camp.

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