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From 1984, she could be heard with Roy Hudd on the satire programme The News Huddlines, which finished in 2001.
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From 1984 to 1992, the BBC adapted all of the original Miss Marple novels as a series titled Miss Marple.
From 1984 to 1990, Chile's gross domestic product grew by an annual average of 5. 9 %, the fastest on the continent.
* Early Deism in France: From the so-called ' deistes ' of Lyon ( 1564 ) to Voltaire's ' Lettres philosophiques ' ( 1734 ) by C. J. Betts ( Martinus Nijhoff, 1984 )
( Parton's March 1983 performance at London's Dominion Theatre from this tour was filmed and broadcast as a television special in the U. S .) From 1984 to 1985, she toured alongside Kenny Rogers for the Real Love Tour.
From 1984, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's DE series of computer-generated ephemerides took over as the fundamental ephemeris of the Astronomical Almanac.
From November 1980 to May 1984, power was held by a provisional government responsible to a Revolutionary Council headed by President João Bernardo Vieira.
They released three albums: This Is Spinal Tap ( 1984 ), Break Like the Wind ( 1992 ) and Back From The Dead ( 2009 ).< ref >
From 1984 to 1987, Bakker and his PTL associates sold $ 1, 000 " lifetime memberships ", which entitled buyers to a three-night stay annually at a luxury hotel at Heritage USA.
From 1984 to 1988 she starred on the television series Santa Barbara as Kelly Capwell which earned her Daytime Emmy nominations.
From 1986 to 1988, Wright was married to actor Dane Witherspoon, whom she met in 1984 on the set of the soap-opera Santa Barbara.
From 1978 through 1983, the Chargers wore their white jerseys at home, coinciding with the hiring of coach Don Coryell – when Joe Gibbs, a Coryell assistant in 1979 – 80, became head coach of the Washington Redskins in 1981, he did the same, and white at home became a Redskins staple through 2007 – but Coryell switched the Chargers to their blue jerseys at home starting in 1984.
From 1984 through 1992, the Summer Olympic Games featured solo and duet competitions, but they both were dropped in 1996 in favor of team competition.
From the 1970s to 1984, however, Thailand had suffered from many economic problems-ranging from decreasing American investment, current account deficit, a sudden rise in oil price to inflation.
* Gilson, E., From Aristotle to Darwin and Back again: A Journey in Final Causality, Species, and Evolution, John Lyon ( trans ), Notre Dame University Press, London 1984.
From 1983 to 1984 he was responsible for creating and producing the British children's television show Luna.
From 1968 to 1984, Schmidt was deputy chairman of the SPD ( unlike Willy Brandt and Gerhard Schröder, he was never actually chairman of the party ).
From 1984 to 1990, he served as Minister of Defence in several national unity governments led by prime ministers Yitzhak Shamir and Shimon Peres.
From September 1983 to February 1984, Gary S. Chafetz, an American journalist and author, led an expedition — sponsored by Harvard University, The National Geographic Society, the Egyptian Geological Survey and Mining Authority, and the Ligabue Research Institute — that searched for the Lost Army of Cambyses.
From 1983 – 1985, the only notable supplement for the Greyhawk world was a five part article by Len Lakofka in the June – October and December 1984 issues of Dragon that detailed the Suel gods who had been briefly mentioned in the boxed set.
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From the outset, she must have realized that marriage with him was out of the question, and although she was displeased by the `` unwarrantable '' interference, it seems probable that she did agree with her mother's suggestion that the poet was `` perhaps '' a man `` most fitted to live & die solitary, & in the love only of the Highest Lover ''.
She hesitated, she hopped, she rolled and rocked, skipped and jumped, but in some two weeks she started to pace, From that time to this she has shown steady improvement and now looks like one of the classiest things on the grounds.
From six to nine million additional Germans would be evicted, though most would have fled, and Poland would receive far more from Germany than the poor territories, including the great Pripet Marshes, which she lost to Russia.
From the lioness' point of view, this strange creature on the back of another creature, lashing out with its long thin paw, very likely appeared as something she could not at first cope with.
From behind, he had put his arms on her shoulders, turned her around, and pressed her to him, so close she couldn't breathe.
From there she negotiated with the emperor for the safety of family members left in the capital, while protesting her sons ' innocence of hostile actions ; under the falsehood of making a vesperal visit to worship at the church, she deliberately excluded the grandson of Botaneiates and his loyal tutor, met with Alexios and Isaac and fled for the forum of Constantine.
From the Renaissance onward the chained nude figure of Andromeda typically was the centre of interest, and often she was shown alone, fearfully awaiting the monster.
From it she was rescued by a priest named Martin, who dug a subterraneous passage, by which she escaped, and remained concealed in the woods, her rescuer supporting her, meantime, by the fish he caught in the lake.
From 1952-56, she appeared in seventeen films ; in 1953 she played a role in Jean Anouilh's stageplay L ' Invitation au château ( Invitation to the Castle ).
From Aeschylus ' Agamemnon, it appears that she has made a promise to Apollo to become his consort, but broke it, thus incurring his wrath: though she has retained the power of foresight, no one will believe her predictions.
From Suetonius, we know that she at least accompanied the Emperor to the amphitheatre, while the Jewish writer Josephus speaks of benefits he received from her.
From 1974 to 1980, she consistently charted in the country Top 10, with no fewer than eight singles reaching number one.
From the start of Elizabeth's reign, it was expected that she would marry and the question arose to whom.
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From above one could only occasionally catch a glimpse of life on the floor of this green sea: a neighbor's gingham skirt flashing into sight for an instant on the path beneath her grape-arbor, or the movement of hands above a clothesline and the flutter of garments hung there, half-way down the block.
From his room he could look out in springtime and see the couples hand in hand walking slowly, deliciously, across the campus, and he could smell the sweet vernal winds.
From here they proceeded to ( 3 ) These same areas in relation to their own future family life stages, developing these to the extent of examining various crises which could be expected to confront them at some time or other.
From Burlington, outgoing mail could be ferried across Lake Champlain to the railroad at Port Kent, N. Y..
From the time he had been at college he had achieved a certain tranquility and composure by accepting the fact that there were certain things he could never know.
From a modern perspective these figures may seem small, but in the world of Greek city-states Athens was huge: most of the thousand or so Greek cities could only muster 1000 – 1500 adult male citizens and Corinth, a major power, had at most 15, 000 but in some very seldom cases more.
From their introduction, muskets could pierce plate armour, so cavalry had to be far more mindful of the fire.
From the land they could only meet a few needs, such as stone for weapons, tools, stoves or lamps and grass for their woven baskets.
From New York City these agricultural products could easily be shipped to other U. S. states or to Europe, etc.
From the earliest times knights and mounted men-at-arms had frequently dismounted to handle enemies they could not overcome on horseback, such as in the Battle of the Dyle ( 891 ) and the Battle of Bremule ( 1119 ), but after 1350s this trend became more marked with the dismounted men-at-arms fighting as super-heavy infantry with two-handed swords and poleaxes.
From an architectural point of view, this arrangement could provide better floor area utilisation, offering an internal column-free office area with a clear depth of 9 to 13. 4 metres and an overall usable floor area efficiency of 81 %.
From 1957, these cars could be fitted with an optional saxomat, an automatic clutch and, at the time it was the only small car offering this feature.
From there, ships could travel anywhere in the world out of the St. Lawrence Seaway or the Erie Canal to New York City.
From another perspective, the farmer and the miller both reduce a risk and acquire a risk when they sign the futures contract: the farmer reduces the risk that the price of wheat will fall below the price specified in the contract and acquires the risk that the price of wheat will rise above the price specified in the contract ( thereby losing additional income that he could have earned ).
From there, it became clear that print could be used for propaganda in the Reformation for particular agendas.
From 1892 Scottish universities could admit and graduate women and the numbers of women at Scottish universities steadily increased until the early 20th century.
From 1913 onwards parts of her collection were open to the public ; until the mid 1930s her exhibition hall in The Hague was one of the very rare places where one could see more than a few works of modern art.
From 1500 onwards, juries could acquit the insane, and detention required a separate civil procedure ( Walker, 1985 ).