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1970 and became
* 1970 – Patricia Palinkas became the first woman to play professionally in an American football game
In 1968, UBBTS became a Bible and junior Christian liberal arts college, and in 1970 the name was changed to Atlantic Baptist College ( ABC ).
Bohr became a professor at the University of Copenhagen in 1956, and, following his father's death in 1962, succeeded him as director of the Niels Bohr Institute, a position he held until 1970.
In 1970, the Escadrille was renamed the Force Aérienne de Haute-Volta, or FAHV, and in 1977 became an autonomous force.
In 1970 Bombardier acquired the Viennese company Lohner-Rotax, a manufacturer of snowmobile engines and tramways, and became involved with rail business.
This procedure had previously been a near-formality, yet became quite fraught in 1970.
In 1990 Alston's bronze bust of Martin Luther King Jr. ( 1970 ), became the first image of an African American displayed in the White House.
On the NASDAQ the identifying fifth letter " Q " at the end of a stock symbol indicates the company is in bankruptcy ( formerly the " Q " was placed in front of the pre-existing stock symbol ; a celebrated example was Penn Central, whose symbol was originally " PC " and became " QPC " after the company filed Chapter 11 in 1970 ).
It quickly became popular on campus, with a permanent course laid out in 1970.
Drexel became the Drexel Institute of Technology in 1936, and in 1970 Drexel Institute of Technology gained university status, becoming Drexel University.
In 1970, longtime professor of mathematics and computer science John George Kemeny became president of Dartmouth.
Whetstone, developed in 1972, originally strove to mimic typical Algol 60 programs based on measurements from 1970, but eventually became most popular in its Fortran version, reflecting the highly numerical orientation of computing in the 1960s.
However, the " joke " became serious, following the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970, which Casale witnessed.
That public support for environmental concerns was widespread became clear in the Earth Day demonstrations of 1970.
Other legislation included National Environmental Policy Act ( NEPA ), signed into law in 1970, which established a United States Environmental Protection Agency and a Council on Environmental Quality ; the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of 1972 ; the Endangered Species Act of 1973, the Safe Drinking Water Act ( 1974 ), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ( 1976 ), the Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1977, which became known as the Clean Water Act, and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, commonly known as the Superfund Act ( 1980 ).
Environmentalists became much more influential in American politics after the creation or strengthening of numerous U. S. environmental laws, including the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act and the formation of the US Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA in 1970.
On 12 July 1970, when Wood added multiple cellos to a Lynne-penned song intended to be a Move B-side, the new concept became a reality and " 10538 Overture " became the first Electric Light Orchestra song.
Fiji became the 127th member of the United Nations on 13 October 1970, and participates actively in the organization.
From 1952, Copleston spent some of his teaching time at the Gregorian University in Rome, continuing to lecture at Heythrop until it joined the University of London system in 1970, whereupon he became the College Principal.
When the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency was created on 1970, he became its deputy assistant administrator of policy.
Late in October 1970, Gygax lost his job at the insurance company and then became a shoe repairman, which gave him more time for pursuing his interest in game development.
In March 1970 he became the first of the scientist-astronauts to be assigned to space flight, joining Richard F. Gordon, Jr. ( Commander ) and Vance Brand ( Command Module Pilot ) on the Apollo 15 backup crew.
In 1967, he became chairman of the SPD fraction in the Landtag, and in 1970 Minister of Science and Education in the cabinet of Minister President Heinz Kühn.
In 1970 Lawrence settled in Seattle and became an art professor at the University of Washington.

1970 and clear
In 1970, it was clear that they lost the conflict within the party and left, founding the party Democratic Socialists ' 70 ( DS70 ).
In 1970, Whitlam, as Leader of the Opposition, had stated of a budget bill, " Let me make it clear at the outset that our opposition to this Budget is no mere formality.
* 1970 to 1984: excavations conducted by the EAO clear the small temple of Hathor ; directed by Abdullah el-Sayed Mahmud, Huleil Ghali and Karim Abu Shanab.
In addition, Arbus's Box of Ten Photographs was a portfolio of selected 1963 – 1970 photographs in a clear Plexiglas box / frame that was designed by Marvin Israel and that was to have been issued in a limited edition of 50.
As the artist Mel Bochner suggested as early as 1970, in explaining why he does not like the epithet " conceptual ", it is not always entirely clear what " concept " refers to, and it runs the risk of being confused with " intention.
The Jarring Mission of the United Nations was supposed to ensure that the terms of UN Security Council Resolution 242 would be observed, but by late 1970 it was clear that this mission had been a failure.
By the second issue ( Volume 1 Number 2, February 1970 ) it had become clear that there was some Conceptual Art and more Conceptual artists for whom and to whom the journal did not speak.
Immediately, construction began to run behind schedule and in 1970, when it became clear that the first class in 1971 would not have a campus, Trustees selected the historic Mayflower Hotel in Atlantic City as the temporary campus.
On 22 December 1970 the Secretary of the Awami League, Tajuddin Ahmad, claimed that his party having won an absolute majority had a clear mandate and was quiet competent to frame a constitution and to form a central government on its own.
By late 1970 it was clear that this act was having little to no effect on the economy.
It was clear that high-temperature physical and chemical processes were responsible for the formation of Eozoön in the carbonate rock ( O ' Brien, 1970 ).
Indeed, as explained by Grothendieck in the preface of the published version of SGA, by 1970 it had become clear that incorporation all of the planned material in EGA would require significant changes in the earlier chapters already published, and that therefore the prospects of completing EGA in the near term were limited.
That year, as in 1970, there was no clear undisputed World No. 1.
The signs were becoming clear as early as 1970, when a special edition styled by fashion designer Pauline Trigere appeared, complete with a houndstooth pattern vinyl roof and upholstery.
In 1970, he began his work on “ Columns ”, a series of clear acrylic columns.
It was first used in the 1970 VG-model Valiant, and was available clear through to the final CM model of 1981.
The Peugeot was the same length as the Renault 10 and over 20 cm shorter than the Simca 1300, but its configuration conferred a clear space advantage, as subsequent model introductions from Simca in 1967 and Renault in 1970 appeared to acknowledge.
Plant had, since 1970, been selling underground comics ( a field which Geppi and fellow distributor Buddy Saunders had tended to steer clear of ).
In 1970, in Columbus, Ohio, mopery was defined as “ loitering while walking, or walking down the street with no clear destination or purpose ”, and was used by police to stop and interview counterculture “ hippies ” who were regarded as unsavory.
Since around 1970, in an atmosphere newly receptive to the biological approaches to human behaviour, it has become clear that there were distinguished scientific contributions which followed up on Darwin's ideas.
On March 15, 1970, straight radical feminist Susan Brownmiller quoted Friedan's remarks about the " lavender menace " and dismissed her worries as " A lavender herring, perhaps, but no clear and present danger " in a New York Times Magazine article.
The main condition on which diocesan bishops could grant authorization under the Quattuor abhinc annos indult was: " That it be made publicly clear beyond all ambiguity that such priests and their respective faithful in no way share the positions of those who call in question the legitimacy and doctrinal exactitude of the Roman Missal promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1970.
An important condition for granting the requests was " that it be made publicly clear beyond all ambiguity that such priests and their respective faithful in no way share the positions of those who call in question the legitimacy and doctrinal exactitude of the Roman Missal promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1970.

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