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July and 2004
, a medieval festival commemorating local history has been held in the village once in every year since 2004, on a July weekend in the summer.
The series, adapting several of the best-known Poirot and Marple stories, ran from 4 July 2004 through 15 May 2005, and has since been shown in repeated reruns on NHK and other networks in Japan.
News 24 updated the title colours slightly to match those of BBC One bulletins in time for the 50th anniversary of BBC television news on 5 July 2004.
in DRC were beginning to be repatriated in July 2004.
The country was finally accepted as EU candidate in July 2004.
In addition, the already strong cross-border trade links between Colombia and Venezuela were solidified in July 2004 with an agreement to build a US $ 320 million natural gas pipeline between the two countries, to be completed in 2008.
On 13 July 2004, the US government designated the CIRA as a ' Foreign Terrorist Organization ' ( FTO ).
In July 2004, a rancher near San Antonio, Texas, killed a hairless dog-like creature, which was attacking his livestock.
According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service USDA report, " All sheep and lamb inventory in the United States on July 1, 2005, totaled 7. 80 million head, 2 % above July 1, 2004.
Breeding sheep inventory at 4. 66 million head on July 1, 2005 was 2 % above July 1, 2004.
In July 2004, Tulip announced a new series of products using the Commodore name: fPET, a flash memory-based USB Flash drive ; mPET, a flash-based MP3 Player and digital recorder ; eVIC, a 20 GB music player.
In July 2004 the American Psychological Association issued a statement that DADT " discriminates on the basis of sexual orientation " and that " Empirical evidence fails to show that sexual orientation is germane to any aspect of military effectiveness including unit cohesion, morale, recruitment and retention.
Pacific Moon Records, July 2, 2004.
Hou-u: Dharma Rain, July 8, 2004.
In July 2004, Morris directed another series of commercials in the style of the " Switch " ads.
Since 20 July 2004, ELDR is politically represented in the European Parliament by the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe ( ALDE ) parliamentary group, formed in conjunction with the European Democratic Party.
Francis Harry Compton Crick, OM, FRS ( 8 June 1916 – 28 July 2004 ) was an English molecular biologist, biophysicist, and neuroscientist, and most noted for being a co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule in 1953 together with James D. Watson.
* Spouses: Ruth Doreen Crick, née Dodd ( b. 1913, m. 18 February 1940 – 8 May 1947 ), now Mrs. James Stewart Potter ; Odile Crick, née Speed ( b. 11 August 1920, m. 14 August 1949 – 28 July 2004, d. 5 July 2007 )
Crick died of colon cancer on 28 July 2004 at the University of California San Diego ( UCSD ) Thornton Hospital in La Jolla ; he was cremated and his ashes were scattered into the Pacific Ocean.
The wreck of the American Star ( SS America ) seen in July 2004 from land side.
On July 7, 2004, Hackman gave a rare interview to Larry King, in which Hackman announced that he had no future film projects lined up and believes his acting career is over.
In July 2004, Israel signed an agreement with the EU to become a partner in the Galileo project.

July and co-creator
In July 2012 Sam Simon, a co-creator of The Simpsons, was reported to donate money to purchase the fourth vessel, a former German icebreaker.
* July 10-Joe Shuster, comic book artist, co-creator of Superman (& nephew of Frank Shuster ) ( d. 1992 )
Mary-Ellis Bunim ( July 9, 1946-January 29, 2004 ) was an American television producer and co-creator of MTV's The Real World and Road Rules.
Joel Silver ( born July 14, 1952 ) is an American Hollywood film producer, co-creator of the sport of Ultimate, co-founder of Dark Castle Entertainment and owner of Silver Pictures.
Jean Lyndsey Torren Marsh, OBE ( born 1 July 1934 ) is an English actress, occasional screenwriter, and co-creator of the television series Upstairs, Downstairs and The House of Eliott.

July and Glenn
Curium was first intentionally produced and identified in July 1944 by the group of Glenn T. Seaborg at the University of California, Berkeley.
* Glenn Sedney ( 30 June 1995 – 1 July 2001 )
* July 2 – Glenn " Fireball " Roberts, American race car driver ( b. 1929 )
* July 16 – United States Marine Major John Glenn flies an F8U supersonic jet from California to New York in 3 hours, 23 minutes and 8 seconds, setting a new transcontinental speed record.
* July 23 – Glenn Curtiss, American aviation pioneer ( b. 1878 )
On July 1, 2004, R. Glenn Hubbard became Columbia Business School's eleventh dean.
John Herschel Glenn, Jr., ( born July 18, 1921 ) is a former United States Marine Corps pilot, astronaut, and United States senator.
On July 16, 1957, Glenn completed the first supersonic transcontinental flight in a Vought F8U-1P Crusader.
In July 1962 Glenn testified before the House Space Committee in favor of excluding women from the NASA astronaut program.
On July 22, 2006, the institute merged with OSU's School of Public Policy and Management to become the John Glenn School of Public Affairs.
* 16 – 24 July 2010: Tasmanian Premiere directed by Glenn Braithwaite, presented by the Old Nick Theatre Company at the Peacock Theatre in Hobart, Tasmania.
American Journalist, author and former civil rights litigator Glenn Greenwald wrote in Salon July 25, 2012 " His status among American elites is the single most potent fact for understanding the nation's imperial decline.
On 21 July 2006, McCarthy was appointed manager at Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers, replacing Glenn Hoddle who had departed a fortnight before.
On July 20, 2006, trailing the Edmonton Eskimos on the road 22 – 19, and facing third and long on their own 10 yardline with 4 seconds left in the game, Milt Stegall caught a 100 yard TD pass from Kevin Glenn as time expired to win the game 25 – 22.
*** " The Killing Field " ( written by Angela Kincaid, with Glenn Fabry, in 2000 AD # 582, July 1988 )
On July 16, 1957, then-Major John H. Glenn, Jr., USMC, set the transcontinental air speed record, flying an F8U-1P Crusader ( BuNo 144608 ) from NAS Los Alamitos, California to NAS New York-Floyd Bennett Field, in 3 hours, 23 minutes, and 8. 4 seconds.
* First player to score a goal: Glenn Mulcaire, on 17 July 2002 in a pre-season friendly against Bromley, which ultimately ended as a 2 – 1 defeat.
In July 2009, talk show host Glenn Beck began to devote what would become many episodes on his TV and radio shows, focusing on President Obama's Director of White House Council on Environmental Quality, Van Jones.
* According to the final chapter of From Minor to Major, Sharon Bott was three months pregnant in July 1989, meaning that Glenn Bott-Mole was born around January 1990.
The railroad's main branch into Washington opened in July 1872, with stations established at Glenn Dale, Seabrook, and Lanham, among others.
* On July 21, 2008, Glenn Beck hosted.
On July 13, 1816, Brown married Mary Lumpkin Glenn.
* July 23 – Aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss dies, aged 52.
* July 16 – Flying a Vought F8U-1P Crusader photographic reconnaissance aircraft, United States Marine Corps Major John H. Glenn sets a North American transcontinental speed record, flying from Los Alamitos, California, to Floyd Bennett Field in New York City nonstop in 3 hours, 28 minutes, 50 seconds, at an average speed of 723. 517 mph ( 1, 165. 084 km / hr ) with three aerial refuelings.

0.573 seconds.