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In 1984, 13 % of Chandler citizens rated Chandler city government as excellent.
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1984 and 13
In July 1984, after a hearing panel of the State Bar Court, after 80 days of testimony and consideration of documentary evidence, the panel accused Rosenthal of 13 separate acts of misconduct and urged his disbarment in a 34-page unsigned opinion.
It was AT & T's registered trademark from September 4, 1962 to March 13, 1984, and is standardized by ITU-T Recommendation Q. 23.
He led the Soviet Union from 13 February 1984 until his death thirteen months later, on 10 March 1985.
At the Central Committee plenary session on 13 February 1984, four days after Andropov's death, the Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Premier, and Politburo member Nikolai Tikhonov moved that Chernenko be elected general secretary, and the Committee duly voted him in.
Starting out with 16 million members in 1955 and dropping down to 13 million by 1984 is a significant loss.
* Graham Priest ( 1984 ) " The Logic of Paradox Revisited ," Journal of Philosophical Logic 13: 153-179.
In 1984, Van Cleef was cast as a ninja master in the NBC adventure series, The Master, but it was canceled after 13 episodes.
* 1984 – Corporal Denis Lortie enters the Quebec National Assembly and opens fire, killing three and wounding 13.
# Decides that the United States of America, by certain attacks on Nicaraguan territory in 1983-1984, namely attacks on Puerto Sandino on 13 September and 14 October 1983, an attack on Corinto on 10 October 1983 ; an attack on Potosi Naval Base on 4 / 5 January 1984, an attack on San Juan del Sur on 7 March 1984 ; attacks on patrol boats at Puerto Sandino on 28 and 30 March 1984 ; and an attack on San Juan del Norte on 9 April 1984 ; and further by those acts of intervention referred to in subparagraph ( 3 ) hereof which involve the use of force, has acted, against the Republic of Nicaragua, in breach of its obligation under customary international law not to use force against another State ;
In training for that race, the late Stefan Bellof set the all-time lap record for the Nordschleife in his Porsche 956, which is still unbeaten at 6: 11. 13, or over on average ( partially because no major racing has taken place there since 1984 ).
The Itaipú Dam, completed in 1984, has the world ’ s second largest power-generating capacity: 13. 3 gigawatts.
Dalbar Inc., a market research company, found that during the 20 years from 1984 to 2004, the average stock fund investor earned returns of only 3. 7 % per year, while the S & P 500 returned 13. 2 %.
The British Racketball Association was formed on 13 February 1984, and confirmed by the English Sports Council as the sport's governing body on 30 October 1984.
His journey lasted between December 21, 1984 and March 13, 1985 ( 83 days ), he walked with of ascent.
Stanislaw Marcin Ulam (, pronounced ), ( 13 April 1909 – 13 May 1984 ), was a renowned Polish-American mathematician.
Except for sabbaticals at the University of California, Davis, 1982 / 83, and at Rockefeller University, 1980 / 84, this pattern of spending summers in Colorado and Los Alamos and winters in Florida continued until Ulam died on May 13, 1984, in Santa Fe.
1984 and %
In 1984, Titan the main shipping company of the Papanicolaou ’ s was in trouble, so Livanos's father George bought out the Papanicolaou's shares in ALL, while Gauntlett again became a shareholder with a 25 % holding in AML.
Citizen exhaustion due to the conflict's newfound intensity led to the election of president Belisario Betancur ( 1982 – 1986 ), a Conservative who won 47 % of the popular vote, directed peace feelers at all the insurgents, and negotiated a 1984 cease-fire with the FARC and M-19 after a 1982 release of many guerrillas imprisoned during the previous effort to overpower them.
The USA is the only Western country that does not distinguish sludge-source compost from green-composts, and by default in the USA 50 % of states expect composts to comply in some manner with the federal EPA 503 rule promulgated in 1984 for sludge products.
The British military presence has been sharply reduced and now contributes about 7 % to the local economy, compared with 60 % in 1984.
Following a name-change, they contested the 1984 European Parliament elections, with their party founder winning 1. 9 % in the Dublin constituency.
The Communist Party ( PCL ), which received 10 %- 18 % of the vote in national elections from World War II to the 1960s, won only two seats in the 1984 elections, one in 1989, and none in 1994.
In Ethiopia, a national literacy campaign introduced in 1978 increased literacy rates to between 37 % ( unofficial ) and 63 % ( official ) by 1984.
The Sandinistas were victorious in the national election of November 4, 1984, gathering 67 % of the vote.
After years of economic crisis, between 1999 and 1984, the Paraguayan economy grew at between 2. 9 and 4. 1 % per year from 2003 to 2006.
Federal revenue share of GDP fell from 19. 6 % in fiscal 1981 to 17. 3 % in 1984, before rising back to 18. 4 % by fiscal year 1989.
Despite acquiring an increasing percentage of the popular vote — 34 % overall in 2006 — opposition parties gained small numbers of seats in the general elections of 1984 ( 2 seats of 79 ), 1988 ( 1 seat of 81 ), 1991 ( 4 seats of 81 ), 1997 ( 2 seats of 83 ) and 2001 ( 2 seats of 84 ).
* Daniel Ortega Saavedra November 4, 1984 ' won getting the 67. 20 % of the valid votes cast 735. 067 votes equivalent to well above the second party of the Democratic Conservative Party ( PCD ) who just won 154. 127 corresponding to a 14. 00 % of the valid votes.
In recent years, Taiwan has successfully diversified its trade markets, cutting its share of exports to the United States from 49 % in 1984 to 20 % in 2002.
The economy contracted, and the number of people living in poverty rose from 36 % in 1984 to 66 % in 1995.
* November 6 – United States presidential election, 1984: Ronald Reagan defeats Walter F. Mondale with 59 % of the popular vote, the highest since Richard Nixon's 61 % victory in 1972.
1984 and Chandler
The initial Macintosh text-to-speech engine, MacinTalk ( named by Denise Chandler ), was used by Apple in the 1984 introduction of the Macintosh in which the computer announced itself to the world.