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1982 and regular
The Washington Redskins, after wearing white exclusively in the ' 80s and ' 90s, including the 1982 NFC Championship Game ( having gone 3 – 0 in them during the regular season, during CBS ' pregame show, Jimmy " The Greek " Snyder actually invoked the blue jerseys in picking Dallas to win the game ), have since 2002 occasionally reverted to using their burgundy jerseys for second-half home games, but will still wear white against the Cowboys.
The Aces won or shared the MCC regular season title in 1982, 1987, 1989, 1992, and 1993.
A 57-day long players ' strike reduced the 1982 regular season from a 16-game schedule to 9.
The Raiders were in their second season in Los Angeles since moving from Oakland in 1982, and posted a 12-4 regular season record in 1983.
After winning Super Bowl II after the 1967 regular season, the Packers became a losing team for much of the 1970s and 1980s, only making the playoffs in 1972 and the strike-shortened 1982 season.
Buck also served as a part-time radio broadcaster for the football Cardinals in 1980 and 1981 ( filling in when regular announcer Dan Kelly was busy doing hockey ), and returned to calling Sunday NFL games for CBS television from 1982 to 1987.
The chemistry between Somers and Reilly prompted Goodson-Todman and CBS to hire them as regular panelists ; Somers, who occupied the top center seat, remained on the show until 1982, while Reilly ( top right ) continued appearing through the 1983 – 1984 and 1990 – 1991 revivals, with a brief break from 1974 – 1975 when Gary Burghoff, Nipsey Russell, and Rip Taylor substituted for him.
McLean Stevenson, who had done so once in September 1978 and twice near the end of the second year of this version, appeared in nearly all of Season Three ( 1981 – 1982 ) and became a regular from the eleventh taped week through the end of the run.
Despite their regular season success, the Spurs were unable to win any NBA championships, losing in the Western Conference playoffs to the Houston Rockets in the first round of the 1981 and the Los Angeles Lakers in in 4 games 1982 and in 6 games in the 1983 Western Finals despite getting both wins at the Forum in the 1983 series.
Mirkin started out as a stand-up comedian in 1982 and performed across the United States, including at The Comedy Store, where he became a regular, and at The Improv.
Regrouping as a regular touring unit, after a five-year lay-off between releases which saw a solo album apiece by Stills and Nash, they hit the top ten one more time with Daylight Again in 1982.
* Suicide car bombs were a regular feature of the Israeli invasion of Lebanon which lasted from 1982 until Israel's withdrawal in 2000.
The TSO continued to give regular concerts at Massey Hall from 1923 to 1982.
Auerbach's first solo exhibition was at the Beaux Arts Gallery in London in 1956, followed by further solo shows at the Beaux Arts Gallery in 1959, 1961, 1962 and 1963, and then at Marlborough Fine Art in London at regular intervals after 1965 ; at Marlborough Gallery, New York, in 1969, 1982, 1994, 1998 and 2006 ; and at Marlborough Graphics in 1990.
Under Landry the Cowboys had a record of 41-11 in regular season games in the month of Dec. from 1965 to 1982, and 24-4 from 1970 to 1979 to either clinch a playoff spot or build momentum to go deep on many championship runs, from 1966 to 1982 Dallas played in 12 NFL / NFC Championship games, a span of 17 years.
Between the demise of Fridays in 1982 and her return to a regular series in 1990 with Parker Lewis Can't Lose ( in which she co-starred for three seasons as the high-strung Principal Grace Musso ), Chartoff continued to work steadily on television throughout the 1980s, including appearances on Mr. Belvedere, Wiseguy, and St.
: Eastern regular season championships: 20 — 1911, 1912, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1936, 1937, 1945, 1960, 1971, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1991, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2007.
In 1982, as part of The Funny Side of Christmas, a short sketch featured the regular cast crowding Reggie's house.
Novak became a regular panel member of The McLaughlin Group in 1982, starring alongside McLaughlin as well as Novak's personal friends Al Hunt and Mark Shields.
Despite Perry's notoriety for doctoring baseballs ( i. e. throwing a spitball ), and perhaps even more so for making batters think he was throwing them on a regular basis – he even went so far as to title his 1974 autobiography Me and the Spitter – he was not ejected for the illegal practice until August 23, 1982, in his 21st season in the majors.
Since the great success of 2001, Dullea has had difficulty reproducing a similar success on film, although he was a regular vocal performer on CBS Radio Mystery Theater, which ran from 1974 to 1982.
In 1982, Pacific Comics began publishing Groo The Wanderer as a regular series.
With partner Ken Opstein, he won the 1982 Sixty Sails Handicap with Targa, and the 1993 La Brea Stakes with a daughter of Targa, Mamselle Bebette, which he raced under the name of his Big Train Farm, a stable he named for Hall of Fame baseball pitcher, Walter Johnson, In the 1980s, John Forsythe served as the regular host for the annual Eclipse Awards.
They also included a few single cards of players who previously appeared in the regular set on a multi-player " prospects " card ; one notable example is the 1982 Topps Traded Cal Ripken, Jr ..

1982 and court
On January 8, 1982, just before the case was to be heard by the U. S. Supreme Court, President Ronald Reagan authorized his Treasury and Justice Departments to ask that the BJU case be dropped and that the previous court decisions be vacated.
The court also found that certain transborder incursions into the territory of Guatemala and Costa Rica, in 1982, 1983 and 1984, were imputable to the Government of Nicaragua.
In a 1982 judgment delivered under such a referral, Chief Justice Tom O ' Higgins bemoaned the crude strictures of the prescribed process ; especially the fact that, if the court finds that a bill does not violate the Constitution, this judgment can never subsequently be challenged.
In 1982 Moon was convicted in United States federal court of willfully filing false Federal income tax returns and conspiracy.
In United States telecommunication law, Modification of Final Judgment ( MFJ ) is the August 1982 agreement approved by the court ( consent decree ) settling United States v. AT & T, a landmark antitrust suit, originally filed on January 14, 1949 and modifying the previous Final Judgment of January 24, 1956.
This offseason also marked the return of the 1977 – 1997 76ers logo, along with a redesigned court and new uniforms updating the 1982 – 83 jerseys.
Due to different treatment of federal patent rights in different parts of the country, in 1982 the U. S. Congress created a new court ( the Federal Circuit ) to hear patent cases.
On June 26, 1982, Holmes was acquitted of all charges except contempt of court.
In November 1982, after serving 119 days of jail time for contempt of court ( the longest in California history at that time ) and unrelated robbery charges, Holmes was released and almost immediately re-entered the adult entertainment business.
Since 1982, Herndon has been a paid employee of Wild Country Inc. as the drummer for Alabama, according to the court papers.
The court which Lord Denning presided over from 1962 to 1982 was under no pressure and had no inclination to modernise, with liaisons and management handled by clerks with little knowledge.
In 1982, Sanford voters approved repealing its 1963 village charter and become part of Jerome Township, but a Michigan court overturned the election results because it should have been presented as one proposal instead of two.
The creation of the court was provided for by the British North America Act, 1867, renamed in 1982 the Constitution Act, 1867.
The Constitution Act, 1982, greatly expanded the role of the court in Canadian society by the addition of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which greatly broadened the scope of judicial review.
After nine years of court battles, the decision was abandoned in 1982 and no complex would be built.
* George H. Bostwick ( 1909 – 1982 ) court tennis player, a steeplechase jockey and horse trainer, and an eight-goal polo player.
This unique jail was used until 1982, when a court action forced it to close.
Employee headcount plunged from 44, 000 in 1982 to 16, 000 in 1995 ; one of the 1995 layoffs ultimately resulted in a landmark 2000 employment law decision of the Supreme Court of California, which noted that it was Bechtel who had presented evidence of its massive layoffs to the trial court.
McIntyre, writing for the court, looked at section 52 ( 1 ) of the Constitution Act, 1982, which stated that any law inconsistent with the Charter is of no force or effect.
Their elder son, Ronald Roberts, committed suicide by shooting himself in the heart on 10 June 1982, five months after receiving a court order to undergo counseling at a drug treatment center and six months after coming out as gay.
The resume, however, listed her only federal court experience as handling personal injury and employment discrimination cases from 1982 to 1986 as a partner in a private Iowa law firm.
The law was subsequently overturned in 1982 in the court case McLean v. Arkansas.
In 1982, Morosi took 2UE and The Daily Mirror to court on defamation charges, with both Cairns and Morosi resisting the accusations of sexual impropriety and corruption, actively fighting against the media in an attempt to expose prejudice.
In the Actors Equity case ( 1982 ), the court upheld regulations which, although they did not directly regulate corporations, indirectly protected corporations.
FORBES stated in open court that ( 1 ) it was not the magazine's intention to state that Berezovsky was responsible for the murder of Listiev, only that he had been included in an inconclusive police investigation of the crime ; ( 2 ) there is no evidence that Berezovsky was responsible for this or any other murder ; ( 3 ) in light of the English court's ruling, it was wrong to characterize Berezovsky as a mafia boss ; and ( 4 ) the magazine erred in stating that Glouchkov had been convicted for theft of state property in 1982.

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