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Law professor Ken Gromley's book The Death of American Virtue reveals that Clinton escaped a 1996 assassination attempt in the Philippines by terrorists working for Osama bin Laden.
Probably more representative of British humour were the working class comedies Brassed Off ( 1996 ) and The Full Monty ( 1997 ).
Lieber reveals that, in 1996, " ADM CEO, Mr. Dwayne Andreas, told The Washington Post that he had known about Whitacre's frauds for three years ” and speculates that Whitacre was fired and turned over to the Federal authorities only after ADM learned he had been working as an FBI mole.
The government agency " Contradrogas ", founded in 1996, facilitates coordination among Peruvian Government agencies working on counter-narcotics issues.
In 1996, there was a port of Quake to Linux by an id software employee working in his free time.
He was also " a senior engineer with the Martin Marietta Astronautics company, working as one of its leaders in development of advanced concepts for interplanetary missions " ( The Case for Mars 1996 ).
Devlin and Emmerich gave the rights to the franchise to MGM when they were working on their 1996 film Independence Day ( the rights to the Stargate film are currently owned by StudioCanal, with Lions Gate Entertainment handling most distribution in terms of international theatrical and worldwide home video releases ); however, MGM retains the domestic television rights.
* Winsome Pinnock: Mules ( 1996 ) – a play about Jamaican women working as mules for cocaine smugglers
( There was a rumor that Sleuth was given the working title Who's Afraid of Stephen Sondheim ?, but in a New York Times interview on March 10, 1996, Shaffer denied ever using the title.
A working Colossus has been rebuilt, and was switched on in 1996, followed by a Mk2 in 2004 ; a wartime German cyphertext was ( belatedly ) deciphered in 2007.
In 1996 Lindsey Buckingham, working on a planned solo album, enlisted the help of Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, which eventually led to a reunion of the entire band.
By 1996, JPL was working on a full-fledged aerobot experiment named PAT, for " Planetary Aerobot Testbed ", which was intended to demonstrate a complete planetary aerobot through flights into Earth's atmosphere.
By late 1996, she was working as a para-legal.
Homestar Runner was brought to life in Atlanta in 1996 by two University of Georgia students, Mike Chapman and Craig Zobel, who were working summer jobs surrounding the 1996 Summer Olympics.
In particular, the Mac version of 3. 3 ( released in 1996 ) was seen as stable and trouble-free, working seamlessly with Adobe's PostScript fonts as well as with Apple's TrueType fonts.
In 1996 South Africa ’ s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research began working with medical companies to develop dietary supplements based on hoodia.
The band were due to begin working on a new album in late 1996.
Recent successful films include the working class comedies Brassed Off ( 1996 ) and The Full Monty ( 1997 ), the more middle class Richard Curtis-scripted films Four Weddings and a Funeral ( 1994 ) and Notting Hill ( 1999 ) the pop-culture referencing Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy ( so far Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz ), and a movie based on a real life event The Boat That Rocked ( 2009 ).
* Rick Bragg, won the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing in 1996 while working for The New York Times.
The other band members went their own ways during the period of inactivity following Loveless: Butcher contributed vocals to Collapsed Lung's 1996 single " Board Game ", Googe had been sighted working as a cab driver in London and formed the supergroup Snowpony in 1996, O ' Ciosoig joined Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions, while Shields collaborated with Yo La Tengo, Primal Scream, and Dinosaur Jr.
He spoke of his growing frustration over working with a Congress so partisan that it was harming the military establishment, and said that he did not think the results of the 1996 congressional election would decrease the partisanship.
In 1996, while working on the film version of the stage-play The Crucible, he visited the home of playwright Arthur Miller where he was introduced to the writer's daughter, Rebecca Miller.

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According to Roy Andrew Miller ( 1996: 98-99 ), the Clauson – Doerfer critique of Altaic relies exclusively on lexicon, whereas the fundamental evidence for Altaic consists in verbal morphology.
The most important text for the study of early Korean is the Hyangga, a collection of 25 poems, of which some go back to the Three Kingdoms period ( 57 – 668 AD ), but are preserved in an orthography that only goes back to the 9th century AD ( Miller 1996: 60 ).
Other terms that have been used include neosyllabary ( Février 1959 ), pseudo-alphabet ( Householder 1959 ), semisyllabary ( Diringer 1968 ; a word which has other uses ) and syllabic alphabet ( Coulmas 1996 ; this term is also a synonym for syllabary ).
: Pontifical Institute for Mediaeval Studies, 1984, and Ibn Sina and Mysticism, Remarks and Admonitions: Part 4, London: Kegan Paul International, 1996.
; Assault on a constable in the execution of his duty: Section 89 ( 1 ) of the Police Act 1996 provides that it is an offence for a person to assault either:
* 1996 – Whitewater controversy: President Bill Clinton gives a 4½ hour videotaped testimony for the defense.
* 1996 – Saddam Hussein's troops seized Irbil after the Kurdish Masoud Barzani appealed for help to defeat his Kurdish rival PUK.
The compelling rationale for this was the integral role technology now plays in our lives, which was not present in 1996.
* Randy Shaw, The Activist's Handbook: A Primer for the 1990s and Beyond ( University of California Press, 1996 ).
The elite Legend status was bestowed on 12 members of the Hall of Fame in 1996: Ron Barassi, Haydn Bunton Senior, Roy Cazaly, John Coleman, Jack Dyer, Polly Farmer, Leigh Matthews, John Nicholls, Bob Pratt, Dick Reynolds, Bob Skilton and Ted Whitten ( see above list for further details ).
* 1996: Special Event Album of the Year – My Utmost for His Highest
Between 1988 and 1996, there were an average of 133, 735 hospital discharges for amputation per year in the US.
The party had a good showing in the first general election to which it took part ( 13. 5 % in 1994 ) and reached 15. 7 % in 1996, when Fini tried for the first time to replace Silvio Berlusconi as leader of the centre-right.
* Laham, Nicholas, A Lost Cause: Bill Clinton's Campaign for National Health Insurance ( 1996 )
Pay BBSes such as The WELL and Echo NYC ( now Internet forums rather than dial-up ), ExecPC, PsudNetwork and MindVox ( which folded in 1996 ) were admired for their tight-knit communities and quality discussion forums.
The framework for the Union of Russia and Belarus was set out in the Treaty On the Formation of a Community of Russia and Belarus ( 1996 ), the Treaty on Russia-Belarus Union, the Union Charter ( 1997 ), and the Treaty of the Formation of a Union State ( 1999 ).
The IMF granted standby credit in September 1995, but Belarus has fallen off the program and did not receive the second tranche of funding, which had been scheduled for regular intervals throughout 1996.
The BSP won convincingly the pre-term elections in December 1994 with a majority of 125 seats out of the 240 seats in the parliament and despite the mandate is for 4 years, BSP's government collapsed too and remained in office until 1996 due to the economic crysis in Bulgaria.
In February 1996, the ruling ODP / MT merged with several small opposition parties to form the Congress for Democracy and Progress ( CDP ).
* 1996: Harvey Award, Best Syndicated Comic Strip, for Calvin and Hobbes
The World Wide Fund for Nature has stated that 361 animal and plant species have been discovered in Borneo since 1996.
This was their second, having also had one in 1996, which ran for two series on CBBC, The Children's Channel, and Fox Kids.
In 1996 Charlie Ellington at Cambridge University showed that vortices created by many insects ’ wings and non-linear effects were a vital source of lift ; vortices and non-linear phenomena are notoriously difficult areas of hydrodynamics, which has made for slow progress in theoretical understanding of insect flight.
In 1996 Netscape requested that the authors of Berkeley DB improve and extend the library, then at version 1. 86, to suit Netscape's requirements for an LDAP server and for use in the Netscape browser.

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