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A software-compatible clone of the Apple I ( Replica 1 ), produced using modern components, was released in 2003 at a price of around $ 200.
In 2003, mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli released The Salieri Album, a CD with 13 arias from Salieri's operas, most of which had never been recorded before.
C # Builder was released in 2003 as a native C # development tool, competing with Visual Studio. NET.
Neagle went 19 – 23 in three years with the Rockies ; he was injured in 2003 and never pitched in the majors again before the Rockies released him after the 2004 season.
A 2003 compilation album, Classic Masters, was released only in the US, while 2005 saw the release of the album She Will Have Her Way, a collection of cover versions of Crowded House, Split Enz, Tim Finn and Finn Brothers songs by Australasian female artists.
In 2003, The Protomen released their debut album Act 1 ( The Protomen ) which borrows from the story of the Megaman franchise to create a dystopian rock opera.
In 2003 several new models were released, including an improved version of the HP 12c, the " HP 12c platinum edition " which added more memory, more built-in functions, and the addition of the algebraic mode of data entry.
Dungeons & Dragons version 3. 5 was released in June 2003, with a 4th edition in June 2008.
The source code to the Duke Nukem 3D v1. 5 executable, which uses the Build engine, was released as free software under the GPL on April 1, 2003.
A Reality Tour, a double album of live material from the 2003 concert tour, was released in January 2010.
The band released a full length album in September 2003 entitled " Money Money 2020 " and then a live DVD, " Disease is Punishment ".
On April 2002 The Commission released its decision ( with a clarification in 2003 ).
It was licensed to RedBrick LLC in 2003, who released the Classic Edition in 2005 and the game's Third Edition in 2009 ( the latter through Mongoose Publishing's Flaming Cobra imprint ).
MGM's special edition of the 1981 film was not released until 2003 because the original negative had disappeared.
SOE released a Mac OS X version of EverQuest in 2003, incorporating all expansions through Planes of Power.
A sequel, Ghost in the Shell 2: Man-Machine Interface, was released in 2002, and a serialized manga, Ghost in the Shell 1. 5: Human-Error Processer, which contained material that was planned for but not included in the sequel, was released in 2003.
Although there was a national census taken in Haiti in 2003, much of that data has not been released to the public.
December 2005, Microsoft released Windows Server 2003 R2, which is actually Windows Server 2003 with SP1 ( Service Pack 1 ) plus an add-on package.
On 25 April 2005, Microsoft released Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Windows Server 2003, x64 Editions in Standard, Enterprise and Datacenter SKUs.
Windows Server 2003 R2, an update of Windows Server 2003, was released to manufacturing on 6 December 2005.
Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition was not released for Itanium.
In July 2003, Connick released his first instrumental album in fifteen years, Other Hours Connick on Piano Volume 1.

2003 and controversial
__NOTOC__The current Political Constitution of the Republic of Chile, approved by Chilean voters in a controversial and tightly controlled plebiscite on September 11, 1980, under the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, partially effective March 11, 1981, fully effective 11 March 1990 and amended considerably on August 17, 1989 ( via referendum ) and on September 22, 2005 ( legislatively ), and also in 1991, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010, replaced the earlier constitution of 1925.
* 2003In the United Kingdom, the Local Government Act 2003, repealing controversial anti-gay amendment Section 28, becomes effective.
Rockstar Games, the controversial game publisher, released the snuff-themed Manhunt in 2003.
It did not take over responsibility for the London Underground until 2003, after the controversial Public-private partnership ( PPP ) contract for maintenance had been agreed.
In 2003 an operating company included over 80 investors, including some of Mayor Daley's friends and neighbors won, under controversial circumstances, a lucrative contract to operate Park Grill, the only restaurant in Millenium Park.
In response to criticisms of the Institute stating that the amendment was a federal education policy requiring inclusion of alternatives to evolution be taught, which it was not, in 2003 intelligent design's three most prominent legislators, John Boehner, Judd Gregg and Santorum provided a letter to the Discovery Institute giving it the go ahead to invoke the amendment as evidence of " Congress's rejection of the idea that students only need to learn about the dominant scientific view of controversial topics ".
There are times in which Cherry tends to be controversial ; for example, in 2003, Cherry stated that the majority of players wearing facial protection in the NHL are French-Canadians and Europeans ( though a study done by a lawyer confirmed Cherry's assertion ).
In a controversial move following the 2003 sexual assault scandal, the words " Bring me men ..." were taken down and replaced with the Academy's ( later adopted as the Air Force's ) core values: " Integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.
A series of controversial interest rate swaps, initiated in 2002 and 2003 by former Commission President Larry Langford ( removed as the mayor of Birmingham after his conviction ), were intended to lower interest payments, but have, in fact, had the opposite effect, increasing the county's indebtedness to the point that officials have issued formal statements doubting the county's ability to meet its financial obligations.
They were founder members of the FA Premier League in 1992 and survived at that level until 2000, but relocated to Milton Keynes, some 70 miles away in Buckinghamshire, in a controversial move in 2003, being rebranded as Milton Keynes Dons in 2004.
In 2003 and 2004, Riverton Park United Methodist Church located in northeast Cascade View, Tukwila and The Church by the Side of the Road located in south Cascade View hosted controversial homeless camp Tent City.
At the end of 2003, Royal Brunei entered a controversial agreement with Royal Tongan Airlines of Tonga.
In January 2003, Clooney made a controversial joke about the fact that Charlton Heston was suffering from Alzheimer's, and Clooney initially refused to apologize.
In 2003, the Navy, in a controversial move that was protested by many Chamorro people, began a program of extermination to control the carabao population of Naval Magazine.
In 2003, the San Diego Jewish Journal described Lerner as " the most controversial Jew in America ," writing that " He is relentlessly critical of Israel.
Less controversial, however, was the SASR's involvement in the boarding of the North Korean freighter MV Pong Su in 2003.
In 2003 a controversial amendment was made to the operational rule book of the UK, removing part of the safety and operational role of the Guard to the Driver.
In March 2003, a controversial Monument of Halabja Martyrs was built on the outskirts of the still largely ruined city.
A plan to build a Tesco Extra store on the Cloffocks proved controversial with much opposition from local people ; a planning application was placed in 2006 by Tesco, after it acquired the Cloffocks site for £ 18 million ; Tesco had been competing with Asda to acquire the site since 2003.
This was not so, however, during the 2003 election, which was the most controversial in recent memory ( see also above ).
Castroneves repeated his Indianapolis 500 win in 2002 despite controversial circumstances involving a late race caution and a pass made by Tracy, and his teammate de Ferran won in 2003.
A recent prominent example of quorum-busting occurred during the 2003 Texas redistricting, in which the majority Republicans in the Texas House of Representatives sought to carry out a controversial mid-decade congressional redistricting bill which would have favored Republicans by displacing five Democratic U. S. Representatives from Texas ( the Texas Five ) from their districts.
She won her first Emmy for portraying the woman who gently coaxes rigid militarywoman Glenn Close out of the closet in Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, with subsequent nominations for her repressed Australian outback mother in The Echo of Thunder ( 1998 ), her portrayal of Lillian Hellman in Dash and Lilly ( 1999 ), her frigid society matron in A Cooler Climate ( 1999 ) and her interpretation of Nancy Reagan in the controversial biopic The Reagans ( 2003 ).
In autumn 2003, The Late Late Show had a competitor in the Friday evening time slot, with the arrival of competing television chat programme, The Dunphy Show, hosted by controversial broadcaster Eamon Dunphy on RTÉ's main rival TV3.

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