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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.
On February 3, 2004, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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 ".

2004 and won
* 2004: BAFTA Children's Award-Best Feature Film ( Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, won )
For the 2004 semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest, staged in Istanbul thirty years after ABBA had won the contest in Brighton, Benny appeared briefly in a special comedy video made for the interval act, entitled " Our Last Video ".
In September 2004, West Indies won the ICC Champions Trophy in England under his captaincy.
Following the regular season, in which the 12-4 Panthers won their third NFC South division title, they hosted the Cardinals at Bank of America Stadium in the Panthers first home playoff game since January 2004.
This has added excitement to several pennant races over the years, most recently in, and ; the first two times the division title was won by the Cubs, the third by the Cardinals, who went on to win the National League pennant as the Cubs faltered in the second half of the 2004 season.
" Columbus won the national contest " America in Bloom " in 2006, and in 2004 it was named one of " The Ten Most Playful Towns " by Nick Jr. Family Magazine.
* Earnhardt Jr. later went on to win the 2004 Daytona 500, three years after his father's death and six years to the day after his father won the 1998 Daytona 500.
* Every three years since Earnhardt's death, someone associated with Earnhardt has won the Daytona 500 ( his son Dale Earnhardt, Jr. in 2004, Earnhardt's replacement Cup driver Kevin Harvick in 2007, and Earnhardt Ganassi's Jamie McMurray in 2010.
The figure skating team won the national championship five straight times from 2004 through 2008.
Adam Nelson has won silver medals in the shotput in the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the 2004 Athens Olympics to go along with his gold medal in the 2005 World Championships in Athletics in Helsinki.
The June List, a eurosceptic list consisting of members from both the political right and left won three seats in the 2004 Elections to the European Parliament and sat in the EU-critical IND / DEM group in the European Parliament.
The 2000s also saw an increase in the number of individual competitive awards won by French artists at the Cannes Festival, for direction ( Tony Gatlif, Exils, 2004 ), screenplay ( Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri, Look at Me, 2004 ), female acting ( Isabelle Hupert, The Piano Teacher, 2001 ; Charlotte Gainsbourg, Antichrist, 2009 ) and male acting ( Jamel Debbouze, Samy Naceri, Roschdy Zem, Sami Bouajila and Bernard Blancan, Days of Glory, 2006 ).
The event attracts amateur swimmers from all over the Canaries and Spain, and also swimming professionals such as David Meca and Maarten Van der Weijden, the paralympist Jesús Collado Alarcón who won gold medals for 100m backstroke and butterfly in Athens 2004, and Xavi Torres Ramis, the paralympic champion in Barcelona ' 92, Sydney and Atlanta.
On January 4, 2004 Mikheil Saakashvili, leader of the United National Movement won the country's presidential election and was inaugurated on January 25.
Coleman is parodied in the hit Broadway musical Avenue Q, which won the 2004 Tony Award for best musical.
The 2000 and 2004 mayoral elections were both won by Ken Livingstone, who had been the final leader of the GLC.
* The USI Screaming Eagles, led by former Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl, won the 1995 Division II National Championship and were runners-up in 1994 and 2004.
In the 2004 elections, the INC won the largest number of Lok Sabha seats and formed a government with a coalition called the United Progressive Alliance ( UPA ), supported by various parties.
In 2004, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono won Indonesia's first direct Presidential election and in 2009 he was elected to a second term.
Manning's Colts defeated the Chargers in 1998 and 1999, but in 2004 with Leaf long gone from the game the revamped Chargers behind Drew Brees erupted into playoff contention ; on December 26 with both teams at 11-3 the Colts hosted the Chargers with Manning close to matching Dan Marino's touchdown record ; the Chargers stormed to a 31-16 lead, but Dominic Rhodes ' kickoff return put the Colts within eight points, then with one minute remaining Manning rifled a 21-yard touchdown to Brandon Stokley, breaking Marino's record ; the two-point try succeeded, then after Brees was intercepted the game went to overtime and the Colts won 34-31 on a field goal.
JMU football also won the NCAA Division I-AA national title in 2004, with a 13-2 record, and are the only team in history to win the title after playing four straight road playoff games.
Spader won the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Emmy Award for his portrayal of Alan Shore in 2004, on The Practice and won it again in 2005 and 2007, for Boston Legal.
The club won both the MLS Cup and the MLS Supporters ' Shield in 2000, and the Lamar Hunt U. S. Open Cup in 2004 and 2012.

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