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From 1989, the shorter training in technology arranged by the municipal polytechnical schools in Sweden was gradually extended and moved in to the university system, from 1989 as two-year courses and from 1995 alternatively as three-year courses.
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From 1975 to 1989, Angola was aligned with the Eastern bloc, in particular the Soviet Union, Libya, and Cuba.
From the end of World War II until the widespread change of regime in Eastern Europe in November 1989, the Bulgarian Communist Party ( BCP ) exerted complete economic, social and political control in Bulgaria.
From the late 1940s to 1989, the extensive Czechoslovak Armed Forces ( about 200, 000 ) formed one of the pillars of the Warsaw Pact military alliance.
From 1989 through 2001, Gauss's portrait, a normal distribution curve and some prominent Göttingen buildings were featured on the German ten-mark banknote.
From episode 2981 on Friday 20 October 1989 at 19: 30, a third weekly episode was introduced and this increased to four episodes a week from episode 4096 on Sunday 24 November 1996, again at 19: 30.
From 13 August 1961 until 9 November 1989, East Berlin was separated from West Berlin by the Berlin Wall.
From June 2007 on, data indicated a moderate La Niña event, which strengthened in early 2008 and weakened before the start of 2009 ; the 2007 – 2008 La Niña event was the strongest since the 1988 – 1989 event.
From 1989 to 1997 the PNGDF was involved in fighting the secessionist Bougainville Revolutionary Army ( BRA ) on Bougainville and Buka.
From 1981 to 1989, Robert the Bruce was portrayed on £ 1 notes issued by the Clydesdale Bank, one of the three Scottish banks with right to issue banknotes.
Also Beiträge zur Philosophie ( Vom Ereignis ) ( Contributions to Philosophy ( From Enowning )), composed in the years 1936 – 38 but not published until 1989, on the centennial of Heidegger's birth.
From 1989 until 1994 he was a member of the Group of the Party of European Socialists in the European Parliament.
From 6 February to 15 April 1989, negotiations were held between 13 working groups during 94 sessions of the roundtable talks.
In 1987, Los Alamos issued a special issue of its Science publication, which summarized his accomplishments, and which appeared, in 1989, as the book From Cardinals to Chaos.
* Necia Grant Cooper, Roger Eckhardt, Nancy Shera, editors, From Cardinals to Chaos, Cambridge University Press ( 1989 ).
* Szabolcs de Vajay, " From Alfonso VIII to Alfonso X " in Studies in Genealogy and Family History in Tribute to Charles Evans on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday, 1989, pp. 366 – 417.
From and shorter
From 1979 onwards, punk-influenced skinheads with shorter hair, higher boots and less emphasis on traditional styles grew in numbers and grabbed media attention, mostly due to football hooliganism.
From a very early date, British coins have been inscribed with the name of the ruler of the kingdom in which they were produced, and a longer or shorter title, always in Latin ; among the earliest distinctive English coins are the silver pennies of Offa of Mercia, which were inscribed with the legend " King Offa ".
From the POSIX interface, the resource fork can be accessed as or as ; the shorter form was deprecated in OS X 10. 4, and removed completely in MacOS X 10. 7.
In his footsteps followed Thomas L. Thompson with his lengthy Early History of the Israelite People: From the Written & Archaeological Sources ( 1992 ) and, building explicitly on Thompson's book, P. R. Davies ' shorter work, In Search of ' Ancient Israel ' ( 1992 ).
From this result, the researchers implied that shorter P300 amplitudes are highly correlated with gray matter abnormalities ; this finding is consistent with the DMS patients ' characteristics and the presence of gray-matter deterioration.
From 1915 to the 1930s, the RR Lyraes became increasingly accepted as a class of star distinct from the Cepheids, due to their shorter periods, differing locations within the galaxy, and chemical differences from classical Cepheids, being mostly metal-poor, Population II stars.
From southeast to northwest the diameter reportedly measures 22 feet 2 inches, but when measured from east to west, the diameter lengthens to 23 feet 3 inches, although curiously, 19th century measurements of the interior gave an east-west dimension of 18 feet 4 inches, which was slightly shorter than the north-south measurement of 18 feet 9 inches, suggesting that the discrepancies may be due to the unevenness of the rubble masonry.
From the suggestions of fans on message boards and newsgroups, reviews of Baldur's Gate, and internal suggestion lists, a list of constructive criticism was compiled ; from this list, a slightly shorter one of features to be added to the game was made.
From the beginning, a " mini-marathon " would run the length of the programme, with updates on progress between shorter contests.
The seven-and-a-half-minute epic " Scenes From an Italian Restaurant " began as the shorter " Ballad of Brenda and Eddie ," a section that now forms the third part of the song.
From this point west, Wildwood Trail runs through forest generally uninterrupted by buildings but crisscrossed by shorter trails, small streams, roads, and firelanes.
From 1971 – 1973 the race was held on the " No. 9 " configuration, more or less the same as the " No. 2 " configuration but the Horquilla hairpin was made tighter and shorter.
From 1976-1978, the New World Information and Communication Order was generally called the shorter New World Information Order or the New International Information Order.
From the 1940s to the 1970s, the trend was for negligees to become shorter in length ( e. g. the babydoll of the 1970s ).
Titles have been modified to fit the new form and the episode descriptions given may not cover the shorter episodes: 1: It Couldn't Happen Here 2: Only Here On A Message 3: The Messengers Ride Forth 4: Send A Message To Michael 5: Message Received 6: The Dead Letter Box 7: A Red Letter Day 8: Shoot The Messenger 9: Love Letters Straight From The Heart10: Over and Out
From these, proxy temperature reconstructions of the last 2000 years have been performed for the northern hemisphere, and over shorter time scales for the southern hemisphere and tropics.
From time to time by invitation, a few Distinguished Visiting Scholars, may also be asked to spend shorter periods of time at the Kluge Center pursuing special research projects.
The two B-sides were extended versions of the tracks available in shorter form on Scenes From The Second Storey
From January to June, they harvested the cane by chopping the plants off close to the ground, stripping the leaves, then cutting them into shorter strips to be bundled off to be sent to the mill.
From solstice observations, Hipparchus found that the tropical year is about 1 / 300 of a day shorter than the 365 + 1 / 4 days that Calippus used ( see Almagest III. 1 ).
Hamvas ’ three shorter novels, Szilveszter ( 1957, New Year ’ s Eve ), Bizonyos tekintetben ( 1961, From a Certain Aspect ) and Ugyanis ( 1966 – 67, Therefore ) were published together in 1991, followed by his collection of essays, Patmosz ( 1959 – 1966 ; Patmos ) in 1992, whose title alludes to John the Apostle ’ s exile to the island of Patmos, and the second part of Scientia Sacra: az őskori emberiség szellemi hagyománya II.
Another shorter adult Slitheen appeared in the 2009 From Raxacoricofallapatorius with Love, masquerading as a galactic diplomat in an attempt to steal Sarah Jane's robot dog K-9.
From a structural perspective matrilateral cross-cousin marriage is superior to its patrilateral counterpart ; the latter has less potential to produce social cohesion since its exchange cycles are shorter ( the direction of wife exchange is reversed in each successive generation ).