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In 1995 Szabadi established, as Artistic Director, a chamber music festival in Keszthely, a resort on Lake Balaton.
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North Keeling Island and the surrounding sea to from shore form the Pulu Keeling National Park, established on 12 December 1995.
In 1995, the US National Institute for Health ( NIH ), established a Technology Assessment Conference that compiled an official statement entitled " Integration of Behavioral & Relaxation Approaches into the Treatment of Chronic Pain & Insomnia ".
In response to the controversy surrounding The Bell Curve, the American Psychological Association's Board of Scientific Affairs established a task force in 1995 to write a report on the state of intelligence research which could be used by all sides as a basis for discussion, " Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns ".
As a result, the council was finally established at a meeting in Essex, Massachusetts, United States on 23-26 March 1995.
The group was established in 1995, the team's inaugural year, and regularly performs choreographed routines during the team's home contests.
First established in 1995, the Looe VCMA covers nearly 5 km of coastline and aims to protect the coastal and marine wildlife around Looe.
The Bamako-Dakar line, which has been described as dilapidated, is owned by a joint company established by Mali and Senegal in 1995, with the eventual goal of privatization.
Mali established its embassy in Canada in 1978 at 50 avenue Golburn in Ottawa, with its 1st appointed ambassador Zana Ousmane Dao, while Canada's embassy in Mali has been open since 1995.
As per the Ministry of External Affairs of the Government of India, India established diplomatic relations with Republic of the Marshall Islands in April 1995.
It then remained largely unchanged for 16 years until in 1995 when Defence Headquarters ( DHQ ) was established and the Sierra Leone Air Wing ( SLAW ) formed.
) They were followed by other small-scale private banks established between 1994 and 1995, during the DYP government of Prime Minister Tansu Çiller, who introduced drastic changes to the banking laws and regulations ; which made it very easy to establish a bank in Turkey, but also opened many loopholes in the system.
** Croatian War of Independence ( 1991 – 1995 ) – the war fought in hegh town Croatia between the Croatian government, having declared independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and both the Yugoslav People's Army ( JNA ) and Serb forces, who established the self-proclaimed Republic of Serbian Krajina ( RSK ) within Croatia.
Austria joined the European Union in 1995 ( Video of the signing in 1994 ), and Austria was set on the track towards joining the Eurozone, when it was established in 1999.
The Sidewise Awards for Alternate History were established in 1995 to recognize the best alternate history stories and novels of the year.
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The 60th anniversary of his death was remembered in Albania in 1995 with an " Artistic Year " dedicated to him ; it was sponsored by the Aleksander Moisiu Foundation in Durrës.
Hospers ' books include: Meaning and Truth in the Arts ( 1946 ), Introductory Readings in Aesthetics ( 1969 ), Artistic Expression ( 1971 ), Law and the Market ( 1985 ), Introduction to Philosophical Analysis ( now in the 4th edition, 1996 ), Human Conduct ( now in its 3rd edition, 1995 ), Understanding the Arts ( 1982 ), and Libertarianism – A Political Philosophy for Tomorrow ( 1971 ).
Sir Peter Wright remained as the company's Artistic Director and held the post until his retirement in 1995, when the current Artistic Director, David Bintley was appointed.
He also acts as Visiting Professor in Composition at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and was Artistic Director of the Cheltenham Music Festival from 1995 to 2004.
André Bishop served as Artistic Director from 1981 to 1991, followed by Don Scardino who served through 1995.
In 1979 he returned to Venezuela with a permanent position as Associate Conductor of the Caracas Philharmonic Orchestra and, later, Artistic Director of the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, which he held until 1995.
In 1995, Rylance became the first Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, a post he filled until 2005.
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From 1993 to 1995, Mr. Ischinger was Director of the Policy Planning Staff ; from 1995 to 1998, as Director General for Political Affairs ( Political Director ), Mr. Ischinger participated in a number of international negotiating processes, including the Bosnia Peace Talks at Dayton, OH, the negotiations concerning the NATO-Russia Founding Act, as well as the negotiations on EU and NATO enlargement and on the Kosovo crisis.
The film was the winner of a then-record seven 1995 Golden Raspberry Awards ( from a record thirteen nominations, a record that still stands ) including Worst Picture, Worst Actress ( Elizabeth Berkley ), Worst Director ( Paul Verhoeven ), Worst Screenplay ( Joe Eszterhas ), Worst New Star ( Elizabeth Berkley ), Worst Screen Couple (" any combination of two people ( or two body parts )") and Worst Original Song ( David A. Stewart and Terry Hall for " Walk Into the Wind ").
He is best known for directing and / or starring in several film adaptations of William Shakespeare's plays including Henry V ( 1989 ) ( for which he was nominated for the Academy Awards for Best Actor and Best Director ), Much Ado About Nothing ( 1993 ), Othello ( 1995 ), Hamlet ( 1996 ) ( for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay ), Love's Labour's Lost ( 2000 ), and As You Like It ( 2006 ).
In 1995 the Director of Passenger Rail Franchising awarded the South West Trains franchise to Stagecoach ( legal name South West Trains Limited, company no 2938995 ) with operations commencing on 4 February 1996.
She began working at NINDS in 1995 as Scientific Director and between 1999 and 2000 helped coordinate the efforts to unite the 200 laboratories and 11 NIH institutes.
After beginning his career with Swedish Telecom, Lundberg had been founding Director General ( later CEO ) of Inmarsat from 1979 to 1995.
The Colombo Plan underwent an organizational transformation and renewal in 1995, and the Colombo Plan Bureau became the Colombo Plan Secretariat to be headed by the Secretary-General, instead of a Director.
It ended up as one of the most successful films of 1995, earning the Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director as well as garnering other Oscar, Golden Globe, and Writers Guild Award for Best Screenplay nominations.
After Minkow's early release from prison in 1995, he went to work at the Church at Rocky Peak in Chatsworth, California as Director of the Bible Institute and Pastor of Evangelism.
After his retirement as Foreign Secretary, he remained a key supporter of John Major, and kept a range of active political involvements as well as taking on some business appointments, most notably as a Deputy Chairman of NatWest Markets and a Board Director of NatWest Group, posts he held from October 1995 until 1999.
In May 1994, Kerik was appointed to the New York City Department of Correction as the Director of the Investigations Division and was later transferred to the Commissioner's office as Executive Assistant to the Commissioner and in January 1995, he was appointed by Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani as the First Deputy Commissioner of the Department.
Bancroft is a physician who was Director of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University from 1995 to 2004.