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In March 1982, the month before Paul Schrader's film Cat People came out, Bowie's title song, " Cat People ( Putting Out Fire )", was released as a single, becoming a minor US hit and entering the UK top 30.
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March and 1982
In the Glasgow Hillhead by-election in March 1982, another candidate named Roy Jenkins was nominated by Labour Party activists to contest the seat in order to confuse voters and split his potential vote.
As early as March 1982 ECMA TC24 with its corporate members reached agreement on a standard for CSMA / CD based on the IEEE 802 draft.
On March 23, 1982, army troops commanded by junior officers staged a coup d ' état to prevent the assumption of power by General Ángel Aníbal Guevara, the hand-picked candidate of outgoing President and General Romeo Lucas García.
A half page debuted the following Sunday ( March 29 ), with the strips for March 14 and 21, 1982, having a unique nine-panel format, but UFS curtailed further use of it ( but it allowed Davis to use the format for his U. S. Acres strip ).
In March 1982, the US Department of Defense declared TCP / IP as the standard for all military computer networking.
Jock Taylor ( March 9, 1954-August 15, 1982 ) was a Scottish World Champion motorcycle sidecar racer.
Following successful legal action against it, on 21 March 1982 London Buses fares were subsequently doubled and London Underground fares increased by 91 %.
He led the new party from March 1982 until after the 1983 general election, when Owen succeeded him unopposed.
The Falklands War was precipitated on 19 March 1982 when a group of Argentinians, posing as scrap metal merchants, occupied the abandoned whaling station at Leith Harbour on South Georgia.
In 1978, Congress extended the previously-agreed-upon seven-year limit on the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment by more than three years from a March 22, 1979, original deadline to a June 30, 1982, revised deadline.
At the peak of their popularity, the band embarked on a major tour, but Partridge suffered a mental breakdown on stage during one of the first concerts of the tour in Paris on 18 March 1982.
March and month
But though each of its members had asserted this right against the Union, the final Constitution which the Confederacy signed on March 11 -- nearly a month before hostilities began -- included no explicit provision authorizing a state to secede.
And how very often a water plane is featured in his landscapes, and how appropriate that he should appear in American Artist again, in his natal month of March!!
This month was originally named Sextilis in Latin, because it was the sixth month in the original ten-month Roman calendar under Romulus in 753 BC, when March was the first month of the year.
About 700 BC it became the eighth month when January and February were added to the year before March by King Numa Pompilius, who also gave it 29 days.
However, later that month, on 22 January, the English were defeated at the Battle of Basing and, on the 22 March at the Battle of Merton ( perhaps Marden in Wiltshire or Martin in Dorset ), in which Æthelred was killed.
In the month of March in 1147 the fledgling King, Dom Afonso Henriques, defeated the Moors by capturing the city of Santarém.
It was first published in Copenhagen on 4 December 1879, in an edition of 8, 000 copies that sold out within a month ; a second edition of 3, 000 copies followed on 4 January 1880 and a third edition of 2, 500 was issued on 8 March.
In March 1933, one month after the Reichstag fire, the then president, Paul von Hindenburg, a retired war hero, gave Hitler ultimate power through Enabling Act of 1933, he remained at the post of Federal Government Chancellor ( though he called himself the Führer ).
The match ended in a 1-0 defeat His final goal had come a month earlier, on 31 March, in a 2-0 win at Southampton, also in the First Division.
* One & All Lodge No. 330 was consecrated on the 8 March 1810, it currently meets on the second Monday in each month
This auctioning was called venditio or locatio, and seems to have taken place in the month of March, in a public place in Rome The terms on which they were let, together with the rights and duties of the purchasers, were all specified in the leges censoriae, which the censors published in every case before the bidding commenced.
Defender Tommy Caton, who had been out of action due to injury since January 1991, announced his retirement from playing on medical advice in March 1993, having failed to recover full fitness, and he died suddenly at the end of the following month, aged just 30 years.
The use of the term censorware in editorials criticizing makers of such software is widespread and covers many different varieties and applications: Xeni Jardin used the term in a 9 March 2006 editorial in the New York Times when discussing the use of American-made filtering software to suppress content in China ; in the same month a high school student used the term to discuss the deployment of such software in his school district.
After the Olympic break, Detroit posted a record of 13-2-2 and earned 28 points, the most by any team in the NHL in the month of March.
From the 5th century onward this cycle set its equinox to 25 March and fixed Easter to the Sunday falling in the 14th to the 20th of the lunar month inclusive.
In each solar year ( 1 January to 31 December inclusive ), the lunar month beginning with an ecclesiastical new moon falling in the 29-day period from 8 March to 5 April inclusive is designated as the paschal lunar month for that year.
Since the ecclesiastical new moon falls on a date from 8 March to 5 April inclusive, the paschal full moon ( the 14th of that lunar month ) must fall on a date from 21 March to 18 April inclusive.
According to the legendary account in the Kojiki, Emperor Jimmu would have been born on 13 February 711 BC ( the first day of the first month of the Chinese calendar ), and died, again according to legend, on 11 March 585 BC ( both dates according to the lunisolar traditional Japanese calendar ).