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2001 and Newsweek
Newsweek revealed in June 2001 that print ads for at least four movies released by Columbia Pictures, including A Knight's Tale and The Animal ( 2001 ), contained glowing comments from a film reviewer who did not exist.
Bisbee was featured in the September 10, 2001 edition of Newsweek, discussing the slow, painful decline of the town since ( at that time ) even the mayor, Bob Weltin, was preparing to forsake what was left of the town and seek a better life elsewhere.
Fareed Zakaria, a Newsweek columnist and editor of Newsweek International, attended a secret meeting on November 29, 2001, with a dozen policy makers, Middle East experts and members of influential policy research organizations that produced a report for President George W. Bush and his cabinet outlining a strategy for dealing with Afghanistan and the Middle East in the aftermath of September 11, 2001.
An article in Business Day on Oct. 9 about journalists who attended a secret meeting in November 2001 called by Paul D. Wolfowitz, then the deputy secretary of defense, referred incorrectly to the participation of Fareed Zakaria, the editor of Newsweek International and a Newsweek columnist.
In April 2001, Newsweek magazine chose nine cities around the world that represented a new vision for technology.
He was also a columnist of popular Polish magazine Wprost ( 2001 – 2003 ) and the Polish edition of Newsweek ( 2003 – 2007 ), and occasionally published essays in Polityka.
( Newsweek article on Austin and neurotheology, May 2001 )
A-mei made the cover of Newsweek in January 2001, with the heading " Back In The Spotlight.
( Newsweek neurotheology article, May 2001 )
She has been featured both in the Pirelli Calendar 2001 and 2006 and in broader market publications such as TIME, Vanity Fair, Forbes, Newsweek and Veja, more than 600 magazine covers throughout the world.
Horn disclosed the truth about Manning in a June 2001 article in Newsweek, which emerged at around the same time as an announcement that Sony had used employees posing as moviegoers in television commercials to praise Mel Gibson's The Patriot.
She has won various awards for her work: a special award from the Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association for AIDS reporting in 2008 ; an Enterprise reporting award from the National Association of Black Journalists for a piece on Skid Row in 2007 ; a North Star Award for covering communities of color in 2006 ; a distinguished honoree award from the Black Entertainment and Telecommunications Association in 2004 ; a MOBE IT Innovator Award and an Alternet New Media Hero award for PopandPolitics. com in 2001 ; New York Public Library ’ s Best Books for Teens for The Color of Our Future in 2000 ; a WIN Young Women of Achievement Award in 1996 ; a GLAAD Award from Spin Magazine in 1995 ; and a National Education Reporting Award and an EdPress award for education reporting done for " Newsweek " in 1994.
The men's tournament was previously called the American Airlines Tennis Games ( 1974 – 1978 ), the Congoleum Classic ( 1979 – 1980, 1982 – 1984 ), the Grand Marnier / ATP Tennis Games ( 1981 ), the Pilot Pen Classic ( 1985 – 1987 ), the Newsweek Champions Cup ( 1988 – 1999 ), the Tennis Masters Series Indian Wells ( 2000 – 2001 ), and the Pacific Life Open ( 2002 – 2008 ).
Isikoff was a part of the Newsweek team that won the Overseas Press Club ’ s most prestigious award, the 2001 Ed Cunningham Memorial Award for best magazine reporting from abroad for Newsweek ’ s coverage of the war on terror.
*" American Odyssey ", Newsweek, Oct 29, 2001
* 2001, November: Brill signs on as a contributing editor for Newsweek

2001 and identified
The oldest known physical representations identified as symbols for abstract concepts are abstract engravings found on two pieces of ochre in Blombos Cave, South Africa, in 2001.
As of June 2001, more than 500 clinical gene-therapy trials involving about 3, 500 patients have been identified worldwide.
In his 2001 book, writer Robert Holden identified at least nine regional variations for the creature known as the bunyip across Aboriginal Australia.
In the 2001 census 42. 4 per cent of the population identified with the Church of Scotland, 15. 9 per cent with Catholicism and 6. 8 with other forms of Christianity, making up roughly 65 per cent of the population ( compared with 72 per cent for the UK as a whole ).
The 2001 UK Census states in Scotland 50. 000 people identified as having Irish heritage.
This argument fails in considering the imbalance in self-reported political allegiances by journalists themselves, that distort any market analogy as regards offer: (...) Indeed, in 1982, 85 percent of Columbia Graduate School of Journalism students identified themselves as liberal, versus 11 percent conservative " ( Lichter, Rothman, and Lichter 1986: 48 ), quoted in Sutter, 2001.
The BBC / Discovery Channel documentary Congo ( 2001 ) interviewed a number of tribe members who identified a photograph of a rhinoceros as being a Mokèlé-mbèmbé.
In the 2001 Census of Canada, 98, 670 Canadians, or just over 1 % of the population of Quebec identified " Québécois " as their ethnicity, ranking " Québécois " as the 37th most common response .< ref >
In the 2001 Canadian census, 10, 000 people identified themselves as of Sinhalese ancestry, out of 62, 000 Sri Lankans.
The United States identified the Al-Qaeda network based in and allied to the Taliban's Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan as the perpetrators of the September 11 attacks in 2001 which killed up to 3, 000 people.
In decision making, the precautionary principle is considered when possibly dangerous, irreversible, or catastrophic events are identified, but scientific evaluation of the potential damage is not sufficiently certain ( Toth et al., 2001, pp. 655 – 656 ).
In the 2001 Jamaican census, 24, 020 individuals ( less than 1 percent of the population ) identified themselves as Rastafarians.
Fox is the only commercial television network ( broadcast, cable or satellite ) to air programs in widescreen on its digital feed that are not available in HD ; programs produced in this format were identified as being presented in " Fox High Resolution Widescreen " from 2001 to 2006, but are currently unbranded, and are now confined solely to select reality programming.
At the end of September 2001 he had spent a few days away from school, for which he presented a medical certificate which was quickly identified as a forgery.
Weinstein ( 2001 ) identified over two dozen articles in the major psychoanalytic journals lamenting the absence of a theory of emotions.
According to the 2001 Census, approximately 28 % of Southwark identified as non-religious, or chose not to state their faith.
According to the 2001 Census, approximately 16 % of Harrow identified as non-religious, or chose not to state their faith.
When using Simpson's Diversity Index on 10 aggregated ethnic groups, the 2001 census identified Newham as the most ethnically diverse district in England and Wales, with 9 wards in the top 15 .< ref >< cite > Simpson's diversity indices by ward 1991 and 2001-GLA Data Management and Analysis Group ( page 11, Table 3 ) Greater London Authority, January 2006 ), accessed 13 December 2006 </ ref > However, when using the 16 ethnic categories in the Census so that White Irish and White Other ethnic minorities are also included in the analysis, Newham becomes the 2nd most ethnically diverse borough < ref >< cite > Focus on Newham 2006-local people and local conditions-London Borough of Newham, Corporate Research Unit ( chapter 2, page 24 ) ( 2006 ) date accessed 31 March 2007 </ ref > with 6 out of the top 15 wards, behind Brent with 7 out of the top 15 wards.
Considering the practices of TQM as discussed in six empirical studies ; Cua, McKone, and Schroeder ( 2001 ) identified the nine common TQM practices as:
Dr. White's research endeavors have included analysis and publication of Penn ’ s excavations at Ban Chiang in Thailand in the mid 1970s ; ecological field research at Ban Chiang in 1978-1981 including investigations of how local people identified and used plants ; lake coring and ecological mapping for palaeoenvironmental research in several parts of Thailand during the 1990s ; and since 2001, survey and excavation in northern Laos, especially in Luang Prabang Province.
Muhammad Ali al-Shehri, the Shehri brothers ' true father, was identified prior to September 17, 2001, and told Arab News that he had not heard from his sons in ten months prior to September 2001.
In 2001 Aleksidze identified its script as Caucasian Albanian, and the text as a early lectionary dating to perhaps before the sixth century.
" Since 2001, the three “ core values ” of the Church have been identified as “ Christian, missional, and holiness .”

2001 and Omaha
The label opened arms to their first bands not based in Omaha in 2001 with releases by Now It's Overhead and Sorry About Dresden.
An example of this was the case of the Indian Hills Theater in Omaha, Nebraska, a round Cinerama theater boasting a 110 foot screen which was razed in 2001 ( to make room for a parking lot ) despite the vigorous protests of local enthusiasts and numerous Hollywood legends.
In 2001, Chávez played with Wichita Wranglers and the Omaha Royals before making his MLB debut with the Royals.
The recording has now been re-released on the NMC label, and there have been six further productions of Golem since 1989: Opera Omaha, 1990 ; Northern Stage ( UK Arts Council / Contemporary Music Network Tour ), 1991 ; Theater Dortmund, 1994 ; Aspen Festival, 2000 ; Neue Operbühne Berlin 2001 ; Opéra de Rennes and Angers Nantes Opéra, 2006.
Raymer first finished in the money of a World Series of Poker ( WSOP ) event during 2001 in the $ 1, 500 Omaha hi-lo split 8 or better event won by Chris Ferguson.
In 2001, the American Civil Liberties Union convinced the United States Drug Enforcement Administration to repay $ 7, 000 that it had seized from a black businessman in the Omaha, Nebraska airport on the false theory that it was drug money ; the ACLU called it " flying while black ".
Omaha originally played in the Indoor Professional Football League in 2000 and 2001 as an expansion team before moving to the National Indoor Football League ( NIFL ) in 2002.
At the World Series of Poker he has had a 4th place finish in the 2001 $ 3, 000 No Limit Hold-Em event ( which also featured Johnny Chan and Kathy Liebert ; and a 5th place finish in the 2005 $ 10, 000 Pot Limit Omaha event ( which also featured Todd Brunson, Barry Greenstein ( who lost a critical pot to Simon, and then complained about it in his blog.

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