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In 1972, after concluding a study on the US government's computer security needs, the US standards body NBS ( National Bureau of Standards ) — now named NIST ( National Institute of Standards and Technology ) — identified a need for a government-wide standard for encrypting unclassified, sensitive information.
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1972 and after
* 1989 – Pakistan is re-admitted to the Commonwealth of Nations after having restoring democracy for the first time since 1972.
* 1972 – 20 days after he is kidnapped in Buenos Aires, Oberdan Sallustro is murdered by communist guerrillas.
Although Japan eventually recognized the People's Republic in 1972, shortly after Kakuei Tanaka succeeded Sato as Prime Minister of Japan, the memory of this relationship was strong enough to be reported by The New York Times ( April 15, 1978 ) as a significant factor inhibiting trade between Japan and the mainland.
Left out of the Italian starting eleven in the 1970 FIFA World Cup, Zoff resumed his success after signing for Juventus in 1972.
* 1972 – United Airlines Flight 553 crashes after aborting its landing attempt at Chicago Midway International Airport, killing 45.
* 1972 – Vietnam War: President Richard Nixon announces that the United States will engage North Vietnam in Operation Linebacker II, a series of Christmas bombings, after peace talks collapsed with North Vietnam on the 13th.
Howe returned to pro hockey shortly after to play with his two sons Mark and Marty Howe ( Mark would later join the Red Wings at the end of his career ) in the upstart World Hockey Association in 1972.
* 1972 – Apollo program: Eugene Cernan is the last person to walk on the moon, after he and Harrison Schmitt complete the third and final Extra-vehicular activity ( EVA ) of the Apollo 17 mission.
The Vyborg tramway network ceased operations in 1957, after the city had been ceded to the Soviet Union, while the Turku tramway network shut down in 1972.
The second coup took place in 1972, after the reinstated civilian government had cut military privileges and began to start changing the leadership of the army's combat units.
Named after American revolutionary, patriot, and founding father George Mason, the university was founded as a branch of the University of Virginia in 1957 and became an independent institution in 1972.
Eric Bogle wrote a popular song, " And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda " ( 1972 ), after watching in Australia a parade of elderly veterans of the Gallipoli campaign.
Under the new ownership, the Colts did not reach the postseason for three consecutive seasons after 1971, and after the 1972 season, starting quarterback and legend Johnny Unitas, was traded to the San Diego Chargers.
* 1972 – Staines air disaster – 118 are killed when a plane crashes two minutes after take off from London Heathrow Airport.
* 1972 – Vietnam War: Associated Press photographer Nick Ut takes his Pulitzer Prize-winning photo of a naked 9-year-old Phan Thị Kim Phúc running down a road after being burned by napalm.
* 1972 – Pakistan launched its Nuclear detterent program few weeks after its defeat in Bangladesh Liberation War and Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
* 1972 – Sheikh Mujibur Rahman returns to the newly independent Bangladesh as president after spending over nine months in prison in Pakistan.
In the early 1970s, Oakland won three World Series titles from 1972 – 1974, and after the A's left Kansas City under less than honorable terms, a strong rivalry existed between the two teams during this period.
In 1972, poet William Irwin Thompson named his Lindisfarne Association after the monastery on the island.
* 1972 – The Thai province of Yasothon is created after being split off from the Ubon Ratchathani province.
* 1972 – Vietnam War: The Easter Offensive begins after North Vietnamese forces cross into the Demilitarized Zone ( DMZ ) of South Vietnam.
1972 and concluding
Seventy-five novels and twenty-eight short stories about Maigret were published between 1931 and 1972, starting with Pietr-le-Leton ( Latvian Pete ) and concluding with Maigret et Monsieur Charles ( Maigret and Monsieur Charles ).
In the UK, Berglund led Sibelius Centenary Concerts with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in 1965, and became their principal conductor in 1972, concluding his tenure in Bournemouth in 1979.
He wrote The Silent Traveller in Wartime, and, after World War II ended, the series gradually ventured further afield, to Edinburgh, Dublin, Paris, New York, San Francisco, and Boston, concluding in 1972 with Japan.
In 1972 a short grain crop in the USSR resulted in the Soviet Union quietly concluding grain purchasing contracts from a relatively small number of the secretive private multinational grain traders who dominated world trade in cereals.
The January 29, 1972 edition of Melody Maker commented that it was " Good to hear The Byrds stretching their wings again " before concluding that " Byrdmaniax was the bad news-now for the good news.
1972 and study
In late 1972, the Legislature approved a reorganization ( suggested from a study initiated by then-Governor Ronald Reagan ), in which the Department of Public Works was merged with the Department of Aeronautics to become the modern Department of Transportation.
In their 1972 study, The Unknown Orwell, the writers Peter Stansky and William Abrahams note that at Eton Blair displayed a " sceptical attitude " to Christian belief, and that: " Shaw's preface to his recently published Androcles and the Lion in which an account of the gospels is set forth, very different in tone from what one would be likely to hear from an Anglican clergyman " was " much more to Blair's own taste.
In 1972, a three-month-old gray whale named Gigi ( II ) was captured for brief study by Dr. David W. Kenney, and then released near San Diego.
Science fiction studies has a long history dating back to the turn of the 20th century, but it was not until later that science fiction studies solidified as a discipline with the publication of the academic journals Extrapolation ( 1959 ), Foundation-The International Review of Science Fiction ( 1972 ), and Science Fiction Studies ( 1973 ), and the establishment of the oldest organizations devoted to the study of science fiction, the Science Fiction Research Association and the Science Fiction Foundation, in 1970.
* Sennett, Richard & Cobb, Jonathan ; The Hidden Injuries of Class, ( Vintage, 1972 ) ( classic study of the subjective experience of class ).
He won a scholarship to study at Merton College, Oxford on a four year course, which he started in 1968 and he graduated in 1972 with first-class honours degree in biochemistry.
In accepting that these forms of productions were there to stay, scholars began using the term informal sector, which is credited to the British anthropologist Keith Hart in a study on Ghana in 1973 but also alluded to by the International Labour Organization in a widely read study on Kenya in 1972.
In their 1972 study of Orwell, The Unknown Orwell, the writers Peter Stansky and William Abrahams, described the novel as Wellsian.
Similarly, a 1972 ground-breaking study by Oscar Newman on a Defensible Space Theory described ways to improve the social environment and security of neighbourhoods and streets.
The Conference of the Finance Ministers of the Islamic Countries held in Karachi in 1970, the Egyptian study in 1972, the First International Conference on Islamic Economics in Mecca in 1976, and the International Economic Conference in London in 1977 were the result of such involvement.
Much of the debate in recent times was prompted by the 1972 Club of Rome study Limits to Growth, which considers the ecological impact of growth and wealth creation.
Millett worked at the Pioneer Press from 1972 until 1984 when he had an opportunity to study architecture at the University of Michigan.
The Tuskegee syphilis experiment ( also known as the Tuskegee syphilis study or Public Health Service syphilis study ) was an infamous clinical study conducted between 1932 and 1972 in Tuskegee, Alabama by the U. S. Public Health Service to study the natural progression of untreated syphilis in poor, rural black men who thought they were receiving free health care from the U. S. government.
* 1972 Donella Meadows wrote the international bestseller The Limits to Growth, which reported on a study of long-term global trends in population, economics and the environment.
In this study, insufficient nutritious young browse was available to sustain the number of snowshoe hares present in the peak years ( 1971 and 1972 ) in winter.
In a study on interpersonal attraction ( Piercey and Piercey, 1972 ), 23 graduate psychology students, all from the same class, underwent 9 hours of sensitivity training in two groups.
Michael Grossman's 1972 model of health production has been extremely influential in this field of study and has several unique elements that make it notable.
He was granted conditional release in 1972 to live in a halfway house in Eugene, Oregon, on weekdays, and study art at a community college.
The official launching of the Center took place two years after President Bill Clinton's apology to the nation, the survivors of the Syphilis Study, Tuskegee University, and Tuskegee / Macon County, Alabama for the U. S. Public Health Service medical experiment ( 1932 – 1972 ), where 399 poor — and mostly illiterate — African American sharecroppers became part of a study on the treatment and natural history of syphilis.