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From 1959, in a process that accelerated in 1961, Nehru adopted the " Forward Policy " of setting up military outposts in disputed areas of the Sino-Indian border, including in 43 outposts in territory not previously controlled by India.
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From 1882 the village was served by Aberfoyle railway station, the terminus of the Strathendrick and Aberfoyle Railway which connected to Glasgow via Dumbarton or Kirkintilloch The station closed to passenger traffic in 1951, and the remaining freight services ceased in 1959.
From 1956 to 1958, a pitcher was not allowed to win the award on more than one occasion ; this rule was eliminated in 1959.
From then on, until 1959, the Pope of Alexandria, as Patriarch of All Africa, always named an Egyptian ( a Copt ) to be the Archbishop of the Ethiopian Church.
From 1954 until 1959 he was the First Sea Lord, a position that had been held by his father, Prince Louis of Battenberg, some forty years earlier.
From 1959 until 1979, Truffaut followed Léaud's character Antoine Doinel, who falls in love with Christine Darbon ( Claude Jade from Hitchcock's Topaz ) in Stolen Kisses, marries her in Bed & Board and separates from her in the last post-New Wave movie Love on the Run.
From the dissolution of the All-Palestine Government in 1959 until 1967, the Gaza Strip was directly administered by an Egyptian military governor.
From 1957 – 1959, they worked in six-month stretches at Cadbury's to raise money for a new flat ; they moved into a small, austere flat at 25 Noel Road in Islington in 1959.
* In Tales to Astonish # 3 ( 1959 ) " I Discovered the Men From Mars ", a man from the year 1990 discovers a Martian space-craft while patrolling the coast on the lookout for communist spies.
From 1959 to 1960, Jaja Wachuku was the First Nigerian Speaker of the Nigerian Parliament-also called the " House of Representatives.
From 1920 to 1935, and again from 1947 to 1959, the inhabitants of the Saarland used postage stamps issued specially for the territory ; see postage stamps and postal history of the Saar for details.
From 1959, the Federal Council, elected by the parliament, is composed of members of the four major parties, the Protestant Free Democrats, the Catholic Christian Democrats, the left-wing Social Democrats and the right-wing People's Party, essentially creating a system without a sizeable parliamentary opposition ( see concordance system ), reflecting the powerful position of an opposition in a direct democracy.
From 1959 to 2003 the Federal Council was composed of a coalition of all major parties in the same ratio: 2 each from the Free Democratic Party, Social Democratic Party and Christian Democratic People's Party and 1 from the Swiss People's Party.
( 1963 ), The Caine Mutiny ( 1954 ), Away All Boats ( 1956 ), The Enemy Below ( 1957 ), From Here to Eternity ( 1953 ), Kings Go Forth ( 1958 ), Never So Few ( 1959 ), The Mountain Road ( 1960 ), and In Harm's Way ( 1965 ).
From 1959 to 1990 he was a professor of chemistry at Harvard University, where he was a professor emeritus since 1990.
*' From Our Files: An Interview with Charlton Heston ' by Phil Elderkin, The Christian Science Monitor, November 4, 1959
From 1959 to 1977, he had a long-running role as the conniving Chief Petty Officer Pertwee in The Navy Lark on BBC Radio.
From 1959 to 1970, while the earnings of manual workers increased by 75 %, the salaries of registrars more than doubled while those of house officers more than trebled.
From 1959 – 1960, Milland starred in the CBS detective series Markham, but the program failed to capture an audience even though it followed the hit western Gunsmoke, starring James Arness.
Rodgers wrote the music for musicals and revues including Once Upon a Mattress ( 1959 ), From A to Z ( 1960 ), Hot Spot ( 1963 ), The Mad Show ( 1966 ), Working ( 1978 ), and Phyllis Newman's one-woman show The Madwoman of Central Park West ( 1979 ).
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From about the 4th century certain psalms began to be grouped together, a process that was furthered by the monastic practice of daily reciting the 150 psalms.
According to critic Geoffrey Blum, the process that saw its beginnings in 1942's Pirate Gold first bore its full fruit in 1950's ' Vacation Time ,' which he describes as ' a visual primer for reading comics and understanding ... the form ...." From the early 1950s Barks undertook the quarterly adventures of Uncle Scrooge and the duck clan in Scrooge's own title.
From time to time the process reversed for a period, but overall the trend has been strongly toward lower rainfall.
From 1958 to 1963 Pei and Ray Affleck developed a key downton block of Montreal in a phased process that involved one of Pei's most admired structures in the commonwealth, the cruciform tower known as the Royal Bank Plaza ( Place Ville Marie ).
From an article by Askanas and Engel: " Two hypotheses predominate regarding the key pathogenic mechanisms involved in s-IBM: an amyloid-beta-related degenerative process and an immune dysregulation.
From the very beginning, nails were hand-made ; the nail-making process was slow ; and nails were relatively few and expensive.
From this commanding position, the Prime Minister directs the law-making process, enacting into law his party ’ s programme.
From this point forward, Clemente reversed the trend, amassing 33 hits in his next 16 games, and, in the process, raising his average almost 100 points to. 326.
* From a New institutional economics point of view, standardization process starts with a social problem known as " coordination dilemma ".
From the medieval period, the process of direct reduction in bloomeries began to be replaced by an indirect process.
From 1999 onwards a renewed process was set into motion by the Tajik Ahmad Shah Massoud and the Pashtun Abdul Haq to unite all the ethnicities of Afghanistan.
From the 16th century, humans migrated from Europe, Africa and Asia to, what was to them, the New World, beginning the ever-accelerating process of globalization.
From the late 1980s onwards, Adams was an important figure in the Northern Ireland peace process, initially following contact by the then Social Democratic and Labour Party ( SDLP ) leader John Hume and subsequently with the Irish and British governments and then other parties.
From a kinetic standpoint, cis-trans proline isomerization is a very slow process that can impede the progress of protein folding by trapping one or more proline residues crucial for folding in the non-native isomer, especially when the native protein requires the cis isomer.
From chat logs dated 4 November 1999 and 25 November 1999, it appears that " the nomad " carried through the reverse engineering process on a Xing player, which he characterized as illegal.
From the late 1970s there has been a continual process of extension to and upgrading of College Chambers.
From 1890 to 1908, 10 Southern states wrote new constitutions with provisions that included literacy tests, poll taxes, and grandfather clauses that permitted otherwise disqualified voters whose grandfathers voted ( thus allowing some white illiterates to vote ), some with the aim and effect of re-imposing racially motivated restrictions on the voting process that disenfranchised blacks.
From June – August 1950, Deming trained hundreds of engineers, managers, and scholars in statistical process control ( SPC ) and concepts of quality.
From now on, in the certainty proclaimed at Porto Alegre that " Another World Is Possible ", it becomes a permanent process of seeking and building alternatives, which cannot be reduced to the events supporting it.
From 2003 until 2008, the Gentoo Reference Platform ( GRP ) was a snapshot of prebuilt packages that users could quickly install during the Gentoo installation process, to give faster access to fully functional Gentoo installation.