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This foray into government policy making, however, ended in a new currency crisis that December and the failure ( compounded by the company's lackluster business performance ) resulted in Born's 1991 ouster from the board ; he was replaced by Chief Operations Officer Octavio Caraballo.
Although there are conflicting dates as to when they met ( some sources state that they met in January 1989 at the Satyricon nightclub ), Love stated that the two first encountered one another in January 1988 at a Dharma Bums show where she was doing a spoken word performance, and Erlandson stated that both he and Love were formally introduced to Cobain in a parking lot after a Butthole Surfers concert at the Hollywood Paladium in 1991.
In 1991, Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney canceled the Navy A-12 Avenger II Program because of performance problems detected by EVM.
In 1991, he embarked on a serious acting career, portraying police detective Scotty Appleton in Mario Van Peebles ' feature film New Jack City, gang leader Odessa ( alongside Denzel Washington and John Lithgow ) in Ricochet ( 1991 ), gang leader King James in Trespass ( 1992 ), followed by a notable lead role performance in Surviving the Game ( 1994 ), in addition to many supporting roles, such as J-Bone in Johnny Mnemonic ( 1995 ), and the marsupial mutant T-Saint in Tank Girl ( 1995 ).
From 1991 to 1993, Kenya had its worst economic performance since independence.
He made his film debut in the comedic sci-fi horror film Critters 3 ( 1991 ) and received first notable critical praise for his performance in This Boy's Life ( 1993 ).
This intervention in politics upset the other shareholders and together with the company's lacklustre business performance, Born was ousted in 1991 and replaced by Octavio Caraballo.
After her performance as leading woman to Dudley Moore in 1981's hit film Arthur, Minnelli made fewer film appearances although she returned to the big screen in 1988 for Arthur 2: On the Rocks and in 1991 for Stepping Out, a musical dramedy.
Rosenberg developed one of the first known AR systems, called Virtual Fixtures, while working at the U. S. Air Force Armstrong Labs in 1991, and published first study of how an AR system can enhance human performance.
" ( Her performance was repeated on 1991 studio cast recording based on the concert staging, appearing alongside Howard McGillin, Susan Powell, Kim Criswell, and Karen Ziemba.
Carey has hit an A ♭ 2 while talking on an interview and an A ♭ 7 in a live performance of her song " Emotions " in 1991 at the MTV Music Awards, making hers a vocal range of exactly five octaves.
This was the first performance with bassist Eric Avery since 1991, taking place after their acceptance speech for the " Godlike Genius Award ".
1991 would see one last great performance by the aging Hitman as he challenged the undefeated WBA Light Heavyweight Champion Virgil Hill.
He would then, in 1991, win a Tony Award for his performance.
Cruel Inventions was released in 1991, and included a guest performance by Elvis Costello.
Although Loy was never nominated for an Academy Award for any single performance, after an extensive letter writing campaign and years of lobbying by screenwriter and then-Writers Guild of America, west board member Michael Russnow, who enlisted the support of Loy's former screen colleagues and friends such as Roddy McDowall, Sidney Sheldon, Harold Russell and many others, she received a 1991 Academy Honorary Award " for her career achievement ".
The recording hiatus ended in 1999, with the album Strange Times, which proved to be the group's first album in almost two decades to be more than moderately received by UK critics, although Justin Hayward was quoted as saying he was disappointed at the album's chart performance – probably not helped by the long recording hiatus – which was notably less than ' Keys of the Kingdom ' in 1991.
He is recognised for his RTS-and BPG award-winning performance as Augustus Melmotte in the 2001 British TV mini-drama The Way We Live Now, alongside Matthew Macfadyen and Paloma Baeza, and a 1991 British Academy Television Award ( BAFTA ) nomination.
His performance as Agatha Christie's famous detective Hercule Poirot in the television series Poirot earned him a 1991 British Academy Television Award ( BAFTA ) nomination.
She drew critical notice for her performance in the film Life Is Sweet ( 1991 ), followed by her award-winning performance in the West End play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice in which she sang all the songs.
In 1991, MD-11 was not quite a success, ongoing tests of the MD-11 revealed a significant shortfall in the aircraft's performance.
Due to the less-than-expected performance figures, SIA cancelled its 20-aircraft MD-11 order on August 2, 1991, and ordered 20 A340-300s instead.

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The original 256-page game book was published in 1991 by Phage Press, covering material from the first five novels ( the " Corwin Cycle ") and some details-sorcery and the Logrus-from the remaining five novels ( the " Merlin Cycle "), in order to allow players to roleplay characters from the Courts of Chaos.
* Soave, Fiammetta ( 1991 ) Bibliotheca Aldina: a collection of one hundred publications of Aldus Pius Manutius and the Aldine Press, including some valuable Aldine conterfeits.
The changes were made after a 1991 blizzard, after which citizens were not able to purchase some needed goods and services due to the blue law.
Although the system established by the Sitges agreement was phased out by 1974, the 1886 Colombian constitution in effect until 1991 required that the losing political party be given adequate and equitable participation in the government which, according to many observers and later analysis, eventually resulted in some increase in corruption and legal relaxation.
The new tracks, as well as some from the previously rejected recordings were combined to make Woodface, which was released in July 1991.
" Chocolate Cake ", a humorous comment on American excesses that wasn't taken well by some US critics and sections of the American public, was released in June 1991 as the first single.
* Fawcett Comics ( some properties licensed 1972, acquired 1991 )
* TSR, Inc. ( some properties licensed 1988 to 1991 )
* 1991: Niijima Floats, six-foot spheres of intricate color inspired by Japanese glass fishing floats from the island of NiijimaNiijima Chihuly. com from Chihuly's website * 1992: Chandeliers, starting modestly but by the middle of the decade involving a ton of glass orbs and shapes that in some works look like flowers, others like breasts, and still others like snakes Chihuly has also produced a sizable volume of " Irish cylinders ", photo from lakeview-museum. orgwhich are more modest in conception than his blown glass works.
Although many shelters still exist, some even being used as museums, virtually all fallout shelters have been decommissioned since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Modifications that manufacturers made to recover some of the lost distance, by increasing tail drag ( using holes, rough paint or dimples ), were outlawed at the end of 1991 and marks made using implements with such modifications removed from the record books.
In late 1991, 81 of the 166 Republican Congressmen signed a letter co-authored by Curt Weldon and Dan Burton requesting that Bush cede some domestic authority to Kemp as a " domestic policy czar.
Lebanon possesses a number of systems of telecommunication, some of which are currently being reconstructed following damage during the civil war that ended in 1991.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union on 31 December 1991, privately owned Russia-based multinational corporations, including producers of petroleum, natural gas, and metal have, in the view of some analysts, become oligarchs.
In 1991, Paper Tiger Books published a graphic album collecting some commercial and private works by Kirby, titled In the Garden of Unearthly Delights ( a reference to Hieronymus Bosch's painting The Garden of Earthly Delights ).
In 1991, the bodies of Nicholas II and his wife, along with three of their five children and four of their servants, were exhumed ( although some questioned the authenticity of these bones despite DNA testing ).
The role of the president as the head of state has been, historically, largely ceremonial although the constitution was amended in 1991 to give the president some veto powers in a few key decisions such as the use of the national reserves and the appointment of key judiciary, Civil Service and Singapore Armed Forces posts.
SdRP, SDU and some other socialist and social-democratic parties had formed the original Democratic Left Alliance as a centre-left coalition just prior to the nation's first free elections in 1991.
Between 1991 and 2004, some 14 new cotton-processing plants were opened, sharply increasing the capability of processing domestically produced cotton.
Peugeot's final year as Prost's engine supplier in 2000 saw some optimism, Prost hiring his 1991 Ferrari team mate Jean Alesi to drive the lead car and German Nick Heidfeld, who had won the 1999 Formula 3000 championship, to partner him.
The recession of 1990 – 1991 were marked by office vacancy rates downtown which were " persistently high " and with some buildings " standing empty.
Central government funding of local road maintenance effectively ended in 1991, and the breakdown of repair vehicles because of a lack of spare parts threatened to close access to some remote areas.
Many standard methods are aimed at helping observers to avoid interference and the use of feeding stations to attract Gombe chimpanzees is, in particular, thought by some to have altered normal foraging and feeding patterns as well as social relationships ; this argument is the focus of a book published by Margaret Power in 1991.

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