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In 2004 she was named " Chief of NASA's ( JSC ) Space Medicine and Health Care Systems Office ", position which she currently holds.
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Several biographical programs have been made, such as the 2004 BBC television programme entitled Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures, in which she is portrayed by Olivia Williams, Anna Massey, and Bonnie Wright.
In 2004, she accorded three stars to chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten ’ s Spice Market restaurant after Vongerichten gave her book Cooking for Mr. Latte a positive blurb ; the Times spotlighted the incident with an Editor ’ s Note.
* Cooking for Mr. Latte: A Food Lover's Courtship, with Recipes ( W. W. Norton & Company, 2004 ) Food Diary columns she wrote from 2000-2002
* In April 2004, Beverly Hughes was forced to resign as minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Counter Terrorism when it was shown that she had been informed of procedural improprieties concerning the granting of visas to certain categories of workers from Eastern Europe.
Rolling Stone gave the album three out of five stars, saying that Love " worked hard on these songs, instead of just babbling a bunch of druggy bullshit and assuming people would buy it, the way she did on her 2004 flop, America's Sweetheart.
In 2004 the British hip hop group The Streets released A Grand Don't Come for Free, a concept album charting a period of the protagonists life in which he meets a girl, starts a relationship with her and then breaks up with her after finding out she has been cheating on him.
In 2004, she was quoted as saying, " A woman and a woman together are beautiful, just as a man and a woman together are beautiful.
In 2004 she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush in recognition of her distinguished service to the country.
" San Diego Union-Tribune reporter Erin Glass wrote that she " wonders at the vision of not just the artist Chihuly, but the wildly successful entrepreneur Chihuly whose estimated sales by 2004 was reported by The Seattle Times as $ 29 million.
In 2004, she became the first American woman to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director, for Lost in Translation.
In her later years, she also visited the Empire State Building frequently, once visiting in 1991 as a guest of honor at the building's 60th anniversary, and also in May 2004, which was among her last public appearances.
The public spotlight fell on GCHQ in late 2003 and early 2004 following the sacking of Katharine Gun after she leaked to The Observer a confidential email from agents at the American National Security Agency addressed to GCHQ agents about the wire-tapping of UN delegates in the run-up to the 2003 Iraq war.
In 2004, she was awarded the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.
Also in 2004, she portrayed a rising tennis player in the Wimbledon Championships opposite Paul Bettany, who played a fading former tennis star in the romantic comedy Wimbledon.
Since 2004, she has also been Professor of Practice in International Affairs at Columbia University, where she teaches international human rights.
In 2004, she received Amnesty International's Ambassador of Conscience Award for her work in promoting human rights.
She continues to reside at the Bel Air home, where she lived with her husband until his death on June 5, 2004.
Beginning in 2004, she favored what many consider to be the Democratic Party's position, and urged President George W. Bush to support federally funded embryonic stem cell research in the hope that this science could lead to a cure for Alzheimer's disease.
In 2004, Finnish President Tarja Halonen visited Nicaragua where she stated " The Finnish government and Parliament have decided that Nicaragua is one of the main targets of Finnish development aid.
In 2004 she collaborated with former Los Angeles neighbour Morrissey to record a version of his song " Let Me Kiss You ", which was featured on her autumn release Nancy Sinatra.
On December 20, 2004, Abdul was driving her Mercedes on an L. A .- area freeway when she changed lanes and hit another vehicle.
After reading these allegations on message boards, Abdul told People magazine in April 2005 that she suffered from chronic pain for years following a " cheerleading accident " at age 17 and was diagnosed with reflex sympathetic dystrophy ( RSD ) in November 2004.
When she resigned, Short denounced " the centralisation of power into the hands of the Prime Minister and an increasingly small number of advisers " The Butler Review of 2004 condemned Blair's style of " sofa government ".
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As Neely ( 2004 ) concludes, there was no effort to engage in " total war " against civilians, as in World War II.
Connes was awarded the Fields Medal in 1982, the Crafoord Prize in 2001 and the gold medal of the CNRS in 2004.
At the 2 November 2004 election Eni F. H. Faleomavaega of the Democratic Party ( United States ) defeated the Republican candidate and was re-elected.
The house was opened to the public in 1833, but continued to be occupied by Scott's descendants until 2004.
The last of his direct descendants to inhabit Abbotsford was his great-great-great-granddaughter Dame Jean Maxwell-Scott ( 8 June 1923-5 May 2004 ).
In 2004, Pope John Paul II's efforts to unite Europe were honoured with an ‘ Extraordinary Charlemagne Medal ’, which was awarded for the first time ever.
In Managua, Nicaragua, the Albertus Magnus International Institute, a business and economic development research center, was founded in 2004.
On 26 December 2004, the coast of the Andaman Islands was devastated by a high tsunami following the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.
A private member's bill — the Succession to the Crown Bill — was introduced in the House of Lords in December 2004.
DiFranco was one of the first independent artists to own her own label, which has allowed her a considerable degree of creative freedom over the years, including, for example, providing all instrumentals and vocals and recording the album herself at her home on an analog 8-track reel to reel, and handling much of the artwork and packaging design for her 2004 album Educated Guess.
Both Johnson and Schilling had suffered injuries during the season and Schilling was traded in the off season to the Boston Red Sox where he contributed to that team's 2004 World Series victory.
Though a losing season, this was a 26-game improvement over 2004, and sufficient for second place in a woefully weak NL West, five games behind the San Diego Padres.
Salieri's Italian tour of 1778 – 80 began with the production of Europa riconosciuta ( Europa Recognized ) for La Scala ( which was revived in 2004 for the same opera house's re-opening following extensive renovations ).
In 2004, the opera Europa riconosciuta was staged in Milan for the reopening of La Scala in Milan, with soprano Diana Damrau in the title role.
In 1938, the first formal men's barbershop organization was formed, known as the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America ( S. P. E. B. S. Q. S. A ), and in 2004 rebranded itself and officially changed its public name to the Barbershop Harmony Society ( BHS ).
In 2004 it was moved to Mumbai ( formerly known as Bombay, in India ), to make it more accessible to the populations of Asia and Africa.
Cindy went on to become an accomplished gymnast and in her 30s was three times world champion kitesurfer ( 2002, 2003 & 2004 ).
The city was known as Afyon ( opium ), until the name was changed to Afyonkarahisar by the Turkish Parliament in 2004.
During the process of the enlargement of the European Union, the acquis was divided into 31 chapters for the purpose of negotiation between the EU and the candidate member states for the fifth enlargement ( the ten that joined in 2004 plus Romania and Bulgaria which joined in 2007 ).