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* 24 Ayar Manço ( 1985 ) ( Emre Plakçılık )
The club play at The Valley in Charlton, where they have played since 1919, apart from one year in Catford, during 1923 – 24, and seven years at Crystal Palace and West Ham United between 1985 – 1992.
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The Corps Network began during 1985, when the nation's first 24 Corps directors banded together to secure an advocate at the federal level and a repository of information on how best to start and manage a corps.
Transportation and construction, for example, each accounted for between 7 and 8 percent in both 1950 and 1985, and manufacturing's share rose only from 22 to 24 percent ; however, both the commercial and the service sectors more than doubled their share of the work force, accounting, respectively, for 21 and 28 percent in 1985.
Jan Berglin ( born March 24, 1960 ) is a Swedish cartoonist who made his debut in the Uppsala student newspaper Ergo in 1985.
The first issue was published by GDW in 1979 and the last of the first run was # 24 in 1985.
On 2 November 1985 Gorbachev replaced Turdakun Usubaliyev the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Kirghizia, who had been in power for 24 years, with Absamat Masaliyev.
Konstantin Ustinovich Chernenko ( 24 September 1911 – 10 March 1985 ) was a Soviet politician and the fifth General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
In 1979 RTÉ long running TV soap The Riordans moved to Radio until December 24, 1985.
On April 24, 1985, in the midst of presidential elections, it tried to assassinate Domingo García Rada, the president of the Peruvian National Electoral Council, severely injuring him and mortally wounding his driver.
* Muhammetnazar Gapurowiç Gapurow ( 24 December 1969 – 21 December 1985 )
She was commissioned 30 December 1959 and decommissioned 24 January 1985.
* December 24 – James Hadley Chase, English writer ( d. 1985 )
* May 24 – Pelle Lindbergh, Swedish-born hockey player ( d. 1985 )
* July 24 – Robert Graves, English writer ( d. 1985 )
When Grace was born, the Kellys already had two children, Margaret Katherine, known as Peggy ( June 13, 1925 – November 23, 1991 ) and John Brendan, Jr., known as Kell ( May 24, 1927 – May 2, 1985 ).
The first person to visually observe the comet on its 1986 return was amateur astronomer Stephen James O ' Meara on 24 January 1985.
24, No. 1 ( Feb., 1985 ), pp. 23-43.
In the 1985 – 86 season, the Lakers started 24 – 3.
In 1984, Hanna-Barbera began producing new episodes specifically for syndication ; by September 1985, the 24 episodes from the first season were combined with 41 new episodes and began airing in late afternoon time slots in 80 U. S. media markets, including the 30 largest.
Sting and Styler have four children: Bridget Michael ( a. k. a. " Mickey ", born 19 January 1984 ), Jake ( born 24 May 1985 ), Eliot Pauline ( nicknamed " Coco ", born 30 July 1990 ), and Giacomo Luke ( born 17 December 1995 ).
Growing Pains is an American television sitcom about an affluent family, residing in Huntington, Long Island, New York, with a working mother and a stay-at-home psychiatrist father raising three children together, which aired on ABC from September 24, 1985 to April 25, 1992.

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Cruijff returned in 1985 as the new manager and Ajax ended the season with 120 goals, of which 37 were from van Basten.
The Lord's Day Act, which since 1906 had prohibited business transactions from taking place on Sundays, was struck down as unconstitutional in the 1985 case R. v. Big M Drug Mart Ltd. Calgary police officers witnessed several transactions at the Big M Drug Mart, all of which occurred on a Sunday.
On July 12, 1985, in conjunction with a credit card fraud investigation, the Middlesex County, NJ Sheriff's department raided and seized The Private Sector BBS, which was the official BBS for grey hat hacker quarterly 2600 Magazine at the time.
* 1964 Brazilian coup d ' état: President João Goulart is removed from office, leading to a military dictatorship which lasted until 1985.
William " Bill " Boyd Watterson II ( born July 5, 1958 ) is an American cartoonist and the author of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, which was syndicated from 1985 to 1995.
In 1985, the museum was designated by Baltimore mayor William Donald Schaefer as the official archives of the Baltimore Colts, which had moved the previous year to Indianapolis.
" Bombardier acquired the assets and designs of Budd Company, Pullman Company, and American Locomotive Company / Montreal Locomotive Works, the latter of which continued in the locomotive business until 1985.
Blissymbols were invented by Charles K. Bliss ( 1897 – 1985 ), born Karl Kasiel Blitz in the Austro-Hungarian city of Czernowitz ( at present the Ukrainian city of Chernivtsi ), which had a mixture of different nationalities that “ hated each other, mainly because they spoke and thought in different languages .”
Previously in the United Kingdom, under the Companies Act 1985, protections for non-member stakeholders were considerably more limited ( see for example, s. 309 which permitted directors to take into account the interests of employees but which could only be enforced by the shareholders and not by the employees themselves ).
Beginning with a Nintendo Entertainment System port of 1942 published in December 1985, the company started to venture into the market of home console video games, which became its main business segment a few years later.
Due to the Caso Degollados (" slit throats case "), in which three Communist party members were assassinated, César Mendoza, member of the junta since 1973 and representants of the carabineros, resigned in 1985 and was replaced by Rodolfo Stange.
) Where the irony with which Reefer Madness was adopted as a midnight favorite had its roots in a countercultural sensibility, in the latter's place there is now the paradoxical element of nostalgia: the leading revivals currently on the circuit ironically include clearly non-cult films like John Hughes oeuvre — The Breakfast Club ( 1985 ), Pretty in Pink ( 1986 ), and Ferris Bueller's Day Off ( 1986 ), which were major studio productions and popular and financially successful during their original releases, and the teen adventure film The Goonies ( 1985 ).
The 1985 team is also remembered for recording the song " The Super Bowl Shuffle ", which reached number forty-one on the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for a Grammy Award.
In addition to the decennial federal census, local censuses have also been conducted, for example, in Massachusetts, which conducted a statewide census every five years until 1985.
* The 1980s band LaHost's track on the 1985 EMI compilation album ' Fire in Harmony ' was ' Blood and Roses ' - the lyrics of which are loosely based on the Roger Corman film version of Carmilla.
Originally active from 1985 to 1996, the band have had consistent commercial and critical success in Australia and New Zealand and international chart success in two phases, beginning with their self-titled debut album, Crowded House, which reached number twelve on the US Album Chart in 1987 and provided the Top Ten hits, " Don't Dream It's Over " and " Something So Strong ".
In 1985, the British neo-progressive rock band Marillion achieved their only UK Number One album-and the best-selling album of their career-with Misplaced Childhood, a concept album featuring lyrics by frontman Fish which were partly autobiographical.
It did so by buying a small startup company called Amiga Corporation in August 1984, for $ 25 million ($ 12. 8 million in cash & 550, 000 in common shares ) which became a subsidiary of Commodore, called Commodore-Amiga, Inc. Commodore brought this new 32-bit computer design ( initially codenamed " Lorraine ", later dubbed the Amiga 1000 ) to market in the fall of 1985 for US $ 1295.
In July 1984 he bought the consumer side of Atari Inc. from Warner Communications which allowed him to strike back and release the Atari ST earlier in 1985 for about $ 800.

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