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First published in 1980, the standard was formally adopted by the IEC as an international standard in 1987, with various amendments becoming part of the standard in 1996.
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First published as a pamphlet by the Gawler Humbug Society in 1863, the name was chosen because " the Bunyip is the true type of Australian Humbug!
First, informal changes were made to the order of the various parts of the service and inserting words indicating a sacrificial intent to the Eucharist ; secondly, as a result of Bishop Rattray's researches into the liturgies of St. James and St. Clement, published in 1744, the form of the invocation was changed.
First published in The San Francisco Examiner on June 3, 1888, it was later popularized by DeWolf Hopper in many vaudeville performances.
On 21 January 1994, on the 75th anniversary of the First Dáil Éireann, Continuity IRA volunteers offered a " final salute " to Tom Maguire by firing over his grave, and a public statement and a photo were published in Saoirse Irish Freedom.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, is widely known for its publications, especially The Christian Science Monitor, a daily newspaper published internationally in print and on the Internet.
First published in 1872, it tells the story of a young woman's susceptibility to the attentions of a female vampire named Carmilla.
First was the Roller Controller, a trackball packaged with a port of the arcade game Slither, a Centipede clone and meant to be used with some dedicated games like Victory or to enhance the gameplay of previously published cartridges which benefitted from its trackball system ( like Wargames ).
First published in three volumes in 1830 – 33, it established Lyell's credentials as an important geological theorist and propounded the doctrine of uniformitarianism.
First published in 1863, it went through three editions that year, with a fourth and final edition appearing in 1873.
Cutter completed and published an introduction and schedules for the first six classifications of his new system ( Expansive Classification: Part I: The First Six Classifications ), but his work on the seventh was interrupted by his death in 1903.
First Comics published The Chronicles of Corum, a twelve issue limited series ( Jan. 1986-Dec. 1988 ) that adapted the " Swords Trilogy ", and was followed by the four issue limited series Corum: The Bull and the Spear ( Jan .-July ( bi-monthly ) 1989 ), which adapted the first book in the second trilogy.
First published on April 16, 1989 Dilbert is known for its satirical office humor about a white-collar, micromanaged office featuring the engineer Dilbert as the title character.
The artists published a series of short-lived political magazines, and held the First International Dada Fair, ' the greatest project yet conceived by the Berlin Dadaists ', in the summer of 1920.
Before the report was published, Beatty was himself appointed First Sea Lord, and immediately requested amendments to the report.
First and 1980
Most of the original societies were fully terminating, where they would be dissolved when all members had a house: the last of them, First Salisbury, was wound up in March 1980.
First it was the Democratic-Republican Party ( 1963 ~ 1980 ); its head was Park Chung-hee who seized power in a 1961 military coup d ' état and ruled as an unelected military strongman until his formal election as president in 1963.
Burns identifies four successive main themes of the First Ladyship: as public woman ( 1900 – 1929 ); as political celebrity ( 1932 – 1961 ); as political activist ( 1964 – 1977 ); and as political interloper ( 1980 – 2001 ).
Lineker began scoring prolifically in the early 1980s, helping Leicester win promotion to the First Division in 1980 and again in 1983.
The Iran – Iraq War ( also known as the First Persian Gulf War ) was an armed conflict between Iraq and Iran lasting from September 1980 to August 1988, making it the longest conventional war of the 20th century.
However, the political process from Liberia's founding in 1847, despite widespread corruption, was very stable until the end of the First Republic in 1980.
More recent uses include: by France during the First Indochina War ( 1946 – 1954 ), the Algerian War ( 1954 – 1962 ), the Portuguese Colonial War ( 1961 – 1974 ) and the Western Sahara War ( 1975 – 1991 ), The Six-Day War by Israel ( 1967 ), in Nigeria ( 1969 ), India and Pakistan ( 1965 and 1971 ), Turkey during the invasion of Cyprus ( 1974 ), by Morocco during the Western Sahara War ( 1975 – 1991 ), Iran ( 1980 – 88 ), Brazil ( 1972 ), Egypt ( 1973 ), Iraq ( 1980 – 88, 1991, 2003 – 2011 ), Angola ( 1993 ), Yugoslavia ( 1991-1996 ), and by Argentina ( 1982 ).
* Iran – Iraq War ( 1980 – 1988 ), the numbering of conflicts in Persian Gulf depends on whether this is called the First Gulf War, which would make the 1990 war the Second and the 2003 war the Third.
* Kennedy, David M., Over Here: The First World War and American Society ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1980 )
In California Retail Liquor Dealers Association v. Midcal Aluminum, Inc., 445 U. S. 97, 105 ( 1980 ), the Supreme Court established a two-part test for applying the doctrine: " First, the challenged restraint must be one clearly articulated and affirmatively expressed as state policy ; second, the policy must be actively supervised by the State itself.
The term Rolemaster First Edition ( RM1 ) is generally used to refer to the products released between 1980 and 1982, including the original versions of Arms Law, Claw Law, Spell Law, Character Law and Campaign Law.
In 1980, David Jones ( director ), former Associate Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company chose to launch his new theatre company at the Brooklyn Academy of Music ( BAM ) with The Winter's Tale starring Brian Murray supported by Jones ' new company at BAM In 1983, the Riverside Shakespeare Company mounted a production based on the First Folio text at The Shakespeare Center in Manhattan.
* In Jeffrey Archer's 1980 collection of short stories A Quiver Full of Arrows, one of the stories, " The First Miracle " tells of how a 12-year-old Pontius Pilate meets Joseph and Mary as they arrive in Bethlehem, and gives them the food that his mother had sent him to buy.
Harris Building ( 1902 ), First Citizens Bank ( 1928 ), Sylva Fire Department ( 1980 ), all on Main Street, Roscoe Poteet Public Pool ( 1969 ) on Municipal Drive, the Hooper House ( 1906 ), the last remaining historic home on Main Street, and the Sylva First United Methodist Church ( 1917 ) on Jackson Street.