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In February 1972, he survived an assassination attempt by the Official Irish Republican Army.
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The stand, which cost £ 334, 000 and held 4, 200 seats, was opened with a friendly game against Benfica in February 1972, ( which included Eusebio ).
Dressed in a striking costume, his hair dyed red, Bowie launched his Ziggy Stardust stage show with the Spiders from Mars — Ronson, Bolder and Woodmansey — at the Toby Jug pub in Tolworth on 10 February 1972.
Its original name was simply Advanced Research Projects Agency ( ARPA ), but it was renamed to " DARPA " ( for Defense ) in March 1972, then renamed " ARPA " again in February 1993, and then renamed " DARPA " again in March 1996.
It was not until February 1973 that The New York Times first used the term, describing how the " moods and tensions " in the British private-eye parody Pulp ( 1972 film ) | Pulp came " out of the collective depths of the film noir ".
Eric Gairy served as Premier from August 1967 until February 1974, as the Grenada United Labour Party party won majorities in both the 1967 and 1972 general elections.
Joseph Elmer Yoakum ( February 22, 1889 – December 25, 1972 ) was a self-taught landscape artist of African-American and Native American descent, who drew landscapes in a highly individual style.
The Chairman Dances ( Foxtrot for Orchestra ) ( 1985 ): This is a by-product of Nixon in China, set in the three days of President Nixon's visit to Beijing in February 1972.
Nixon in China ( 1987 ): The opera, in three acts, is based on Richard Nixon's visit to China on February 21 – 25, 1972.
Next, he appointed the Chona Commission, which was set up under the chairmanship of Mainza Chona in February 1972.
He filed the first patent for an MRI machine, U. S. patent # 3, 789, 832 on March 17, 1972, which was later issued to him on February 5, 1974.
* 1971 – Vietnam War: as part of Vietnamization, US President Richard M. Nixon sets February 1, 1972 as the deadline for the removal of another 45, 000 American troops from Vietnam.
The Patterson-Gimlin film ( also referred to as simply the Patterson film ) is a famous short motion picture of an unidentified subject the film makers purported to be a " Bigfoot ", that was supposedly filmed on October 20, 1967, by Roger Patterson ( February 14, 1926 – January 15, 1972 ) and Robert Gimlin ( October 18, 1931 ) on the Klamath River outside of Orleans, California.
Charles, Prince of Wales ( 3 November 1972 ), U. S. President Jimmy Carter ( 15 July 1978 ), and U. S. Vice President ( later President ) George H. W. Bush ( George Bush Senior ) ( 1 February 1983 ).
In February 1972, the Heir Apparent, Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani, deposed his cousin, Ahmed bin Ali Al Thani, and assumed power.
On February 22, 1972, Khalifa ibn Hamad deposed Ahmad ibn Ali, who was hunting with his falcons in Iran.
Both Peckinpah and McQueen needed a hit, and they immediately began working on the film in February 1972.
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None of these incidents were in themselves the immediate cause of the February revolution, but they do help to explain why the monarchy survived only a few days after it had broken out.
In February 2009, Sigifredo López, the only deputy who survived and was later released by FARC, accused the group of killing the 11 captives and denied that any military rescue attempt had taken place.
Although the Riksdag of the Estates of 1840 meditated compelling him to abdicate, Charles John survived that abdication controversy and he went on to have his silver jubilee, which was celebrated with great enthusiasm on 18 February 1843.
On 18 February 1853, the Emperor survived an assassination attempt by Hungarian nationalist János Libényi.
C. elegans made news when it was discovered that specimens had survived the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster in February 2003.
Hannah survived her husband by nearly four years ; she died on February 18, 1829, in Tompkinsville, Staten Island.
He was survived by his wife Leonore ( February 20, 1918 – March 12, 2009 ), daughter Wallis, and two sisters, Enid A. Haupt and Evelyn Hall.
Four survivors arrived on a damaged port lifeboat on 25 February, where they survived by eating raw bird's eggs and drinking rain water that had pooled in the island rocks.
On February 6, 1835, an assistant president of the church, W. W. Phelps, wrote a letter theorizing that the curse of Cain survived the deluge by passing through the wife of Ham, son of Noah, who according to Phelps was a descendant of Cain.
Nevertheless the Jacobins survived, in a somewhat subterranean fashion, emerging again in the club of the Panthéon, founded on 25 November 1795, and suppressed in the following February ( see Babeuf ).
Shirley's canon presents fewer problems and lost works than the canons of earlier dramatists ; yet William Cooke registered a Shirley tragedy titled Saint Albans on 14 February 1639 — a play that has not survived.
None of their 3 children survived childhood, and she died on 4 February 1743 giving birth to the third of them.
He died of natural causes on 14 February 2010 at his Caribbean home in Grand Cayman, survived by both sons.
Hamilton survived an aeroplane accident returning to Rongotai Airport ( Wellington ) in poor conditions on 19 February 1937.
The incident would be used as the basis for " City Hall ", an episode of Law & Order which aired on February 11, 2004-though in that story, the dead councilman was an innocent bystander, with the second victim, a low-level bureaucrat who survived with a shoulder wound, as the true target.
She was survived by her husband, Jon Norton ( who died in February 2009 aged 53 ) and by two stepchildren.
As vividly described in his memoir, in February 1944 Szpilman found places to hide in Warsaw and survived with the help of his friends from Polish Radio and fellow musicians such as Andrzej Bogucki and his wife Janina.
* February 7, 1968: ( CP322 ) Boeing 707-138B leased from Standard Airways ( of Seattle ) crashed into aircraft and buildings at Vancouver while attempting to land in low visibility after a flight from Honolulu ; 60 crew and passengers survived, but one flight attendant died, as did one person on the ground.
The SEO officer Peter Morland Churchill and French Resistance courier Odette Samson were taken to Fresnes prison after their arrest in April 1943 in Saint-Jorioz near Annecy ; Peter Churchill was held prisoner until 13 February 1944 when he was transferred to Berlin for questioning, while Odette was tortured in Fresnes prior to being transported to Ravensbrück concentration camp, where she survived despite being sentenced to death.
He survived, but his embarrassed parents sent him off to Meran to recover, where he died two weeks later, on 6 February.
High tide on 14 February was higher than expected, and washed away a section of the repaired wall at Shelford Creek, but repairs were again made, and the walls survived the spring tides of the following two days.