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When this second dilemma first became obvious -- during the mid to late '50's -- the United States appeared to have three choices.
In late 1957 the M.P. ( Mouvement Populaire ) appeared and in the spring of 1958 the internal strains of the Istiqlal was revealed when the third Council of Government under Balafrej was formed without support from progressive elements in the party.
From the late 1930s until the postwar period appeared a string of monographs and edited volumes that cemented the paradigm of British Social Anthropology ( BSA ).
As late as 1925 the following verse appeared in The Cricketers Annual:
He had introduced the adele ring in the late 1930s, following Claude Chevalley's lead with the ideles, and given a proof of the Riemann – Roch theorem with them ( a version appeared in his Basic Number Theory in 1967 ).
By late 1994, it appeared that Brazil's arms industry would not disappear completely.
A portrait of Broadway in the early part of the 20th century and " The Great White Way " late at night appeared in " Artist In Manhattan "( 1940 ) written by the painter-writer Jerome Myers:
In late 2010 the company announced that the concordat cum originali had been granted for the Breviary and specimen pages appeared on their website.
These continued to dominate throughout the period, but during late Carboniferous, several other groups, Cycadophyta ( cycads ), the Callistophytales ( another group of " seed ferns "), and the Voltziales ( related to and sometimes included under the conifers ), appeared.
The first newspaper comic strips appeared in North America in the late 19th century.
: In late 1936 Alan Turing's paper ( also proving that the Entscheidungsproblem is unsolvable ) was deliverd orally, but had not yet appeared in print.
The term " countercult apologetics " first appeared in Protestant Evangelical literature as a self-designation in the late 1970s and early 1980s in articles by Ronald Enroth and David Fetcho, and by Walter Martin in Martin Speaks Out on the Cults.
" Don Quixote, Part Two, published by the same press as its predecessor, appeared late in 1615, and quickly reprinted in Brussels and Valencia ( 1616 ) and Lisbon ( 1617 ).
As a result, in part, of the popular and commercial resurgence of punk in the late 1980s and after, with the growing popularity of such bands as Sonic Youth, Nirvana, Fugazi, Bikini Kill, Green Day and The Offspring, a number of other punk zines have appeared, such as Punk Planet, Razorcake, Tail Spins, Sobriquet, Profane Existence and Slug and Lettuce.
This series of essays came to be representative of the " Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy ", which appeared late in the 19th century within some Protestant denominations in the United States, and continued in earnest through the 1920s.
Thus the only concentration of troops in Conakry appeared to be the armoured battalion, with a modest number of Soviet medium tanks manufactured in the late 1940s, as well as Soviet APCs, and elements of the engineer battalion.
MacLeod also appeared as the villain on TV shows of the late 1950s and early 1960s, including Edwards's private-eye series, Peter Gunn.
" Though Zeus is often called Zeus Heraios ' Zeus, ( consort ) of Hera ', Homer's treatment of Hera is less than respectful, and in late anecdotal versions of the myths ( see below ) she appeared to spend most of her time plotting revenge on the nymphs seduced by her Consort, for Hera upheld all the old right rules of Hellene society and sorority.
Because the election of a three-year-old boy to be German king appeared likely to make orderly rule difficult, the boy's uncle, Duke Philip of Swabia, brother of late Henry VI, was designated to serve in his place.
The complementary term soft science fiction ( formed by analogy to " hard science fiction ") first appeared in the late 1970s.
In 1985 Classical historian Georg Luck, in his Arcana Mundi: Magic and the Occult in the Greek and Roman Worlds, theorised that the origins of the Witch-cult may have appeared in late antiquity as a faith primarily designed to worship the Horned God, stemming from the merging of Cernunnos, a horned god of the Celts, with the Greco-Roman Pan / Faunus, a combination of gods which he posits created a new deity, around which the remaining pagans, those refusing to convert to Christianity, rallied and that this deity provided the prototype for later Christian conceptions of the Devil, and his worshippers were cast by the Church as witches.
Georg Luck, repeats part of Murray's theory, stating that the Horned God may have appeared in late antiquity, stemming from the merging of Cernunnos, a horned god of the Celts, with the Greco-Roman Pan / Faunus, a combination of gods which he posits created a new deity, around which the remaining pagans, those refusing to convert to Christianity, rallied and that this deity provided the prototype for later Christian conceptions of the devil, and his worshippers were cast by the Church as witches.
Impressionism in music was a movement in European classical music, mainly in France, which appeared in the late nineteenth century and continued into the beginning of the twentieth century.
Additionally, the militias, it appeared in late 2006, had the capability to act outside the scope of government.
Also in late 2007 Marrow appeared in the short-music film Hands of Hatred, which can be found online.

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Burroughs B205 hardware has appeared as props in many Hollywood television and film productions from the 1960s onwards.
He appeared twice on ABC-TV's Jubilee USA and kept the band on the road into the 1960s.
During the next 10 years, Hopper appeared frequently on television in guest roles, and by the end of the 1960s had played supporting roles in several films.
Notable jazz bassists from the 1940s to the 1950s included bassist Jimmy Blanton ( 1918 – 1942 ) whose short tenure in the Duke Ellington Swing band ( cut short by his death from tuberculosis ) introduced new melodic and harmonic solo ideas for the instrument ; bassist Ray Brown ( 1926 – 2002 ), known for backing Beboppers Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum and Charlie Parker, and forming the Modern Jazz Quartet ; hard bop bassist Ron Carter ( born 1937 ), who has appeared on 3, 500 albums make him one of the most-recorded bassists in jazz history, including LPs by Thelonious Monk and Wes Montgomery and many Blue Note Records artists ; and Paul Chambers ( 1935 – 1969 ), a member of the Miles Davis Quintet ( including the landmark modal jazz recording Kind of Blue ) and many other 1950s and 1960s rhythm sections, was known for his virtuosic improvisations.
Hydrothermal synthetic emeralds have been attributed to IG Farben, Nacken, Tairus, and others, but the first satisfactory commercial product was that of Johann Lechleitner of Innsbruck, Austria, which appeared on the market in the 1960s.
Kelly also frequently appeared on television shows during the 1960s, but his one effort at television series, as Father Chuck O ' Malley in Going My Way ( 1962 – 63 ), based on the Best Picture of 1944 starring Bing Crosby, was dropped after thirty episodes, although it enjoyed great popularity in Roman Catholic countries outside of the United States.
Contemporary examples of modern German-style board games referred to as German-style, such as Acquire, appeared in the 1960s.
Over time, during the 1950s and 1960s a variety of different brands of mechanical calculators appeared on the market.
Although the oil discoveries of the 1960s have brought it immense petroleum wealth, at the time of its independence it was an extremely poor desert state whose only important physical asset appeared to be its strategic location at the midpoint of Africa's northern rim.
Despite the success of these musicals, Hollywood also produced a series of musical flops in the late 1960s and early 1970s which appeared to seriously misjudge public taste.
She subsequently appeared in a string of 1960s films ( after signing an exclusive contract with Universal Pictures ), including 1967's Thoroughly Modern Millie with Julie Andrews and 1968's What's So Bad About Feeling Good?
Although Falk appeared in numerous other television roles in the 1960s and 1970s, he is best known as the star of the TV series Columbo, " everyone's favorite rumpled television detective ", writes historian David Fantle.
Satanist groups that appeared after the 1960s are widely diverse, but two major trends are Theistic Satanism and Atheistic Satanism.
During the 1960s, some samba groups appeared and were formed by previous experiences with the world of samba and songs recorded by great names of Brazilian music.
However, the introduction of the laser in the 1960s appeared to offer the possibility of a way out of the problem.
Apple-giving in much of Canada, however, has been taboo since the 1960s when stories ( almost certainly apocryphal ) appeared of razors hidden inside Halloween apples ; parents began to check over their children's " loot " for safety before allowing them to eat it.
He has been married since 1951 to Connie ( Constance M. Wake ), an actress who appeared in early 1960s television dramas such as Maigret.
In the 1960s, she appeared in a number of low budget films such as Hammer films The Lost Continent.
The Sheridan was never used in Australian Army service, however it was trialled by the Royal Australian Armoured Corps beginning 1967 and appeared in several Manual of Land Warfare pamphlets ( the equivalent of US military FMs ) of late 1960s vintage.
The limited application of the Nuremberg Code in U. S. courts does not detract from the power of the principles it espouses, especially in light of stories of failure to follow these principles that appeared in the media and professional literature during the 1960s and 1970s and the policies eventually adopted in the mid-1970s.
Jones appeared on 31 December 1969, on the BBC's review of the 1960s music scene, Pop Go The Sixties, performing " Delilah " ( in a telerecording of an earlier appearance on Top of the Pops ).
Although the word hippies made isolated appearances during the late 1950s and early 1960s, the first clearly contemporary use of the term appeared in print on September 5, 1965, in the article, " A New Haven for Beatniks ", by San Francisco journalist Michael Fallon.
* Alumni Fun, which appeared on all three major TV networks in the 1960s and featured former college students
In 2009, brief scenes from the early 1960s episodes of College Bowl with Allen Ludden appeared in the film Gifted Hands.

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