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The SDP favoured some Thatcherite reforms during the 1980s, such as legislation aimed at reforming the trade unions ( although the parliamentary SDP actually split three ways on Norman Tebbit's 1982 Industrial Relations bill, most voting for, some against, and others abstaining ), but took a more welfarist position than the Conservative Party, being more sceptical of Conservative welfare reforms ( particularly regarding the Health Service ).
Phyllis Pearce ( Jill Summers ) was hailed as the new Ena Sharples in 1982, the Duckworths moved into No. 9 in 1983 and slipped into the role once held by the Ogdens, while Percy Sugden ( Bill Waddington ) appeared in 1983 and took over the grumpy war veteran role from Albert Tatlock.
Backup Steve Beuerlein took over and the Cowboys and finished 11-5, then defeated the Bears for the Cowboys ' first playoff win since 1982.
It took until 1982 for the two bodies to merge, but this allowed the introduction of women's field hockey to the Olympic games from 1980 where, as in the men's game, The Netherlands, Germany, and Australia have been consistently strong.
Most military accidents took place while clearing the minefields in the immediate aftermath of the 1982 conflict or in the process of trying to establish the extent of the minefield perimeters, particularly where no detailed records existed.
The War can be divided broadly into several periods: The initial outbreak in the mid-1970s, the Syrian and then Israeli intervention of the late 1970s, escalation of the PLO-Israeli conflict in the early 1980s, the 1982 Israeli invasion, a brief period of multinational involvement, and finally resolution which took the form of Syrian occupation.
In August 1982, mutineers in the Seychelles Army, maintaining loyalty to Rene but in revolt against alleged conditions in the service, took over the radio station.
The first elections under the new one-party constitution took place on 1 May 1982.
By-elections took place on 4 June 1982.
He took the helm of the sequels as well as Season of the Witch ( 1972 ), The Crazies ( 1973 ), Martin ( 1977 ), Creepshow ( 1982 ) and The Dark Half ( 1993 ).
In 1982, Curry took the part of the Pirate King in the Drury Lane production of Joe Papp's version of The Pirates of Penzance opposite George Cole, earning enthusiastic reviews.
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ( UNCLOS ), also called the Law of the Sea Convention or the Law of the Sea treaty, is the international agreement that resulted from the third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea ( UNCLOS III ), which took place from 1973 through 1982.
In 1982 the first large scale Blessing ( of 2, 000 couples ) outside of Korea took place in Madison Square Garden, New York City.
After the Cultural Revolution devastated the ranks of intellectuals and legal professionals, it took until 1982 for the idea of individual rights to reemerge as a significant influence on Chinese law.
From 1982 to 1986, Treasure Trap, one of the world's first live action role-playing games took place on the site.
Returning to acting in 1982, she took to the stage alongside James MacArthur in a theatre tour of Lunch Hour by Jean Kerr.
Jenin municipality was established in 1886 under the Ottoman rule with no more than 80 voters and elections were made every 4 years until 1982 when the Israeli government took control over the municipality until 1995.
The Secretary of State was authorized to take on this role from 1980-1981 while the new director worked with them to develop and implement programs for existing refugees and eventually took up the position from 1982 onward.
The accelerated depreciation changes were repealed by Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 and the 15 % interest exclusion repealed before it took effect by the Deficit Reduction Act of 1984.
After the Ghost in the Machine Tour concluded in 1982, the group took a sabbatical and each of the members pursued outside projects.
The first live appearance and an exhibition entitled " Žrtve letalske nesreće " (" Victims of an Air Accident ") took place in January 1982 at the Ljubljana club FV, followed by performances in Belgrade and Zagreb.
The same dictatorship in Argentina took the Falklands islands and an adjoining minor archipelago on 2 April 1982, after nearly twenty years of intermittent negotiations on the subject of their sovereignty.
" Animation historian Charles Solomon wrote that development took place between 1982 and 1983, which combined " ethnic tales from around the world with the music of the various countries ".
She took a teaching position as a social studies teacher at Concord High School in New Hampshire in 1982.
McAuliffe took a teaching post at Concord High School in 1982.

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The project was not completed, however, until December 2007, at a cost of over $ 14. 6 billion ($ 8. 08 billion in 1982 dollars ).
After its brick-by-brick relocation to Stanley, the site was sold by the Government for " only HK $ 1 billion " in August 1982 amidst growing concern over the future of Hong Kong in the run-up to the transfer of sovereignty.
Canada became a kingdom in its own right on that date, but the British Parliament kept limited rights of political control over the new country that were shed by stages over the years until the last vestiges were surrendered in 1982 when the Constitution Act patriated the Canadian constitution.
In 1983, Peter Greyson, an art student, entered Ottawa's National Archives ( known today as Library and Archives Canada ) and poured red paint mixed with glue over a copy of the proclamation of the 1982 constitutional amendment.
Some notable moments in the rivalry include Washington's victory over Dallas in the 1982 NFC Championship and the latter's 1989 win over the Redskins for their only victory that season.
Christ in Triumph over Darkness and Evil by Gabriel Loire ( 1982 ) at St. George's Cathedral, Cape Town, South Africa, in memory of Lord Mountbatten.
The first FAQ developed over several pre-Web years starting from 1982 when storage was expensive.
* 1982 – " Cold Sunday ": in numerous cities in the United States temperatures fall to their lowest levels in over 100 years.
In the 1982 Big Game between Stanford and California, with four seconds left and trailing by one point, Cal ran the ball back on a kickoff all the way for the game-winning touchdown using five backward passes, eventually running through the Stanford Band, who had already taken the field ( believing the game was over after Stanford players appeared to have tackled a Cal ball-carrier ).
But in 1982 the economy experienced a sharp recession ; and also a protracted scandal over tax-avoidance schemes run by prominent Liberals plagued the government.
Labour briefly regained their lead of most opinion polls in early 1982, but when the Falklands conflict ended on 14 June 1982 with a British victory over Argentina, opinion polls showed the Tories firmly in the lead.
After the strike-shortened 1982 season, in which they finished 4 – 5, head coach Ray Perkins resigned to take over the same position at the University of Alabama.
In a well-publicized 1982 case, Giuliani testified in defense of the federal government's " detention posture " regarding the internment of over 2, 000 Haitian asylum seekers who had entered the country illegally.
Canada gradually gained greater and greater autonomy over a considerable period of time through inter imperial and commonwealth diplomacy, including 1867's British North America Act, 1931's Statute of Westminster, and even as late as the patriation of the British North America Act in 1982 ( see Constitution of Canada ).
The Argentine claim over South Georgia contributed to the 1982 Falklands War, during which Argentine forces briefly occupied the island.
The provision to establish special administrative regions appeared in the constitution in 1982, in anticipation of the talks with the United Kingdom over the question of the sovereignty over Hong Kong.
In 1979, a move towards independence was agreed upon in principle for 1982, but a change in government caused a policy reversal, and they instead approached the Canadian government to discuss a possible union, but at the time the Canadian Government was embroiled in a debate over free trade with the U. S., and little attention was paid to the suggestion.
The tournament grew slowly for over a decade, reaching 52 participants in 1982.

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