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In 1985 he was commissioned to build a halfscale working replica of the pterosaur Quetzalcoatlus for the Smithsonian Institution, following a workshop in 1984 which concluded that such a replica was feasible.
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He was a pioneer in computer-generated art using Amiga computers that were introduced in 1985, just before his death in 1987.
In the film, Thirteen at Dinner ( 1985 ), adapted from Lord Edgware Dies, the role of Japp was taken by the actor David Suchet, who would later star as Poirot in the ITV adaptations.
In 1985 David Gower's England team was strengthened by the return of Gooch and Emburey as well as the emergence at international level of Tim Robinson and Mike Gatting.
` Alexander Mackenzie `, the Royal Military College of Canada March for bagpipes, was composed in his honour by Pipe Major Don M. Carrigan, who was the College Pipe Major 1973 to 1985.
The second generation was led by Fernand Braudel ( 1902 – 1985 ) and included Georges Duby ( 1919 – 1996 ), Pierre Goubert ( 1915 – 2012 ), Robert Mandrou ( 1921 – 1984 ), Pierre Chaunu ( 1923 – 2009 ), Jacques Le Goff ( 1924 – ) and Ernest Labrousse ( 1895 – 1988 ).
The first model was launched in 1985 as a high-end home computer and became popular for its graphical, audio and multi-tasking abilities.
The first model was released in 1985 as simply " The Amiga from Commodore ", later to be retroactively dubbed the Amiga 1000.
AppleTalk was released for the original Macintosh in 1985, and was the primary protocol used by Apple devices through the 1980s and 90s.
An elevated power cable from the mainland to Arapawa Island over Tory Channel was struck by an Air Albatross Cessna 402 commuter aircraft in 1985.
He remained in the hospital until October 1985 when his wife finally was allowed to travel to the United States.
NFL safety Ronnie Lott had the tip of his little finger removed after it was damaged in the 1985 NFL season.
The HARM missile was approved for full production in March 1983, and then deployed in late 1985 with VA-72 and VA-46 aboard the aircraft carrier USS America.
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.
From 1946 through 1985, the army was divided into four numbered armies: the First Army was centered in Rio de Janeiro, the Second Army in São Paulo, the Third Army in Porto Alegre, and the Fourth Army in Recife.
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However, since the contras failed to win widespread popular support or military victories within Nicaragua, since opinion polls indicated that a majority of the U. S. public was not supportive of the contras, since the Reagan administration lost much of its support regarding its contra policy within Congress after disclosure of CIA mining of Nicaraguan ports, and since a report of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research commissioned by the State Department found Reagan's allegations about Soviet influence in Nicaragua " exaggerated ", Congress cut off all funds for the contras in 1985 by the third Boland Amendment.
The piece in the main lobby of Meany Hall, entitled " Theatre ", was commissioned by the University for the hall in 1985.
( 1985 ), about the songs and poems of the UK miners ' strike, was commissioned by ITV's The South Bank Show, but also banned.
It may be of relevance that in 1985 the Smithsonian Institution commissioned aeronautical engineer Paul MacCready to build a half-scale working model of Quetzalcoatlus northropi.
* was a guided missile cruiser commissioned in 1985 and known for shooting down an Iranian airliner in 1988.
In 1985, President François Mitterrand commissioned a statue of Dreyfus by sculptor Louis Mitelberg.
The statue outside the Broadway Centre is " Family Outing " by local artist John Ravera ; it was commissioned by Norwich Union and unveiled in 1985.
" In addition to large scale orchestral works like Symbolon ( 1988 ), Symphony no. 2 ( Cello Symphony ) ( 1985 ), and Symphony no. 3 ( 1992 ), all of which were commissioned by the New York Philharmonic, she has written a number of notable, smaller-scale concertos for relatively uncommon instruments.
Hockney was commissioned to design the cover and a series of pages for the December 1985 issue of the French edition of Vogue.
In December 1985, Hockney was commissioned to draw with the Quantel Paintbox, a computer program that allowed the artist to sketch directly onto the screen.
The new domestic terminal was commissioned in 1985 and the international terminal was commissioned in 1989.
He has had commissions from Mordine & Company in 1971 and 1989, from Carnegie Hall for " Quintet for Strings and Woodwinds " in 1983 and 1985, the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1985, Bang on a Can All-Stars in 1995, " Peroxide " commissioned by the Miller Theatre Columbia University in 2003 for " Aggregation Orb ", a commission from the Talujon Percussion Ensemble in 2008, a piece " Fly Fliegen Volar " commissioned and premiered at the Saalfelden Jazz Festival with the Junge Philharmonie Salzburg Orchestra in 2007, a premier of the piece " Mc Guffins " with Zooid at the Biennale Festival in Italy in 2004 to name some.
In 1985, rock band U2 and manager Paul McGuinness commissioned him to write the story of their origins, formation, early years and the time leading up to their phenomenally successful album, The Joshua Tree.
The concert version of Jacob ’ s Room, a mono drama commissioned by Betty Freeman for the Kronos Quartet and singer Joan La Barbara, received its premiere in San Francisco in 1985.
In 1985, the company commissioned the play-with-music After Aida from renowned playwright Julian Mitchell, originally as a vehicle for the company's touring season to far-flung Welsh towns which had smaller theatres than the average opera house.
* The, was a Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine, commissioned in 1985 and decommissioned in 2008.
With the closure of the Officer Cadet School, Portsea, in December 1985, and the closure of the Women's Officer Training Wing at Georges Heights, Sydney, in December 1984, the Royal Military College, Duntroon became the sole General Service Officer training institute in the Australian Army, as all Regular Army officers serving in combat, combat support or service support Corps must attend Duntroon in order to be commissioned.
In 1981, the first geothermal plant for Lake Naivasha was commissioned and by 1985, a total of 45 MW of electricity was being generated in the area.