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In March 2002 workers cataloguing archives of diarist John Evelyn at the British Library found a box containing a number of gunpowder samples, including a compressed bar with a note in Evelyn's handwriting stating that it had belonged to Guy Fawkes.
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March and 2002
From 8 November 2001-24 March 2002, The British Museum had an exhibit named “ Agatha Christie and Archaeology: Mystery in Mesopotamia ”, which presented a fascinating look at the secret life of Agatha Christie and the influences of archaeology in her life and works.
On March 14, 2002, an agreement was signed to transform the FRY into a loose state union called Serbia and Montenegro ; it took effect on February 4, 2003.
This terror and the crimes carried out during MLC's war against Bozizé's rebels between October 2002 and March 2003 is now being investigated by the International Criminal Court, which says it has identified 600 rape victims and the real numbers are expected to be higher.
The Cabaret Voltaire fell into disrepair until it was occupied from January to March, 2002, by a group proclaiming themselves Neo-Dadaists, led by Mark Divo.
Digital Cinema Initiatives ( DCI ) was formed in March 2002 as a joint project of many motion picture studios ( Disney, Fox, MGM, Paramount, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal, and Warner Bros. Studios ) to develop a system specification for digital cinema.
In December 2000 Guinea-Bissau qualified for almost $ 800 million in debt-service relief under the first phase of the enhanced HIPC initiative and is scheduled to submit its Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper in March 2002.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex was written and directed by Kenji Kamiyama and produced by Production I. G, airing on Animax from 1 October 2002 to 25 March 2003 with a total of 26 episodes.
The European Union and the European Space Agency agreed in March 2002 to fund the project, pending a review in 2003 ( which was finalised on 26 May 2003 ).
Yvon Neptune was appointed Prime Minister on March 4, 2002, but following the overthrow of the government in February 2004, he was replaced by an interim Prime Minister, Gérard Latortue.
On March 2, 2000, Houston NFL 2002 announced that the team name search had been narrowed down to five choices: Bobcats, Stallions, Texans, Toros, and Apollos.
She was born in Hamilton County, Nebraska on Sept. 8, 1903 and died on March 9, 2002 in Charlestown, South Carolina.
On March 18, 2002, publicly elected At-Large Representative for North America board member Karl Auerbach sued ICANN in Superior Court in California to gain access to ICANN's accounting records without restriction.
In effect from 1 March, 2002, all the member states of the EU except Denmark accepted Council Regulation ( EC ) 44 / 2001, which makes major changes to the Brussels Convention and is directly effective in the member states.
However, in the previous parliamentary elections in 2002, Tito's opponents won major victories, and in March 2003 he was ousted in a no-confidence vote ( having served the maximum three terms, he is barred by the constitution to run for another term ).
In late March 2002, a Dutch court of appeal reversed an earlier judgment and stated that Kazaa was not responsible for the actions of its users.
Moody's ( in March 2000 ) and Fitch IBCA ( in January 2002 ) issued investment-grade ratings for Mexico's sovereign debt.
March and workers
On 19 March 2009, several buildings in Shoreditch, East London, were evacuated after water company workers discovered a replica of the Holy Hand Grenade under a fire hydrant cover.
After agreeing to the deal, Mayflower Transit trucks were dispatched to the team's Maryland training complex on March 29, 1984 in the early morning, where workers loaded all of the team's belongings and the trucks left for Indianapolis with the Colts completely gone from Baltimore by midday.
On March 19, 1981, during preparations for a ground test, workers were asphyxiated while working in Columbia's nitrogen-purged aft engine compartment, resulting in ( variously reported ) two or three fatalities.
The 11, 000 workers at the largest factory of Singer, in Clydebank, went on strike in March – April 1911, ceasing to work in solidarity of 12 female colleagues protesting against work process reorganization.
SuperValu announced to its workers that the remaining stores, if unsold, would close at the end of March.
David Livingstone was born on 19 March 1813 in the mill town of Blantyre, in a tenement building for the workers of a cotton factory on the banks of the Clyde River under the bridge crossing into Bothwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
On 10 March 1917, there was a parade with Russian workers marching with red flags, Russian soldiers singing the La Marseillaise and thousands of local Central Asians.
The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare published relevant statistics in 2007: 189 workers died, many from strokes or heart attacks, and about 208 more fell severely ill from overwork in the year to March, the highest figure on record and up 17. 6 % from the previous year.
* An attack on the factory of C. Wawrzyniak in March 1943, terrorizing and disarming the volksdeutscher workers and destroying the machinery.
In March 1919 labour delegates from across Western Canada convened in Calgary to form a branch of the " One Big Union ", with the intention of earning rights for Canadian workers through a series of strikes.
During the Spanish transition to democracy, the Church of St. Francis of Assisi was the scene of the March 3 Killing of 1976 after clashes between police and striking workers.
On September 9, Barros Sierra issues a statement to the students and teachers to return to class as “ our institutional demands … have been essentially satisfied by the recent annual message by the Citizen President of the Republic .” This was followed by the CNH issuing a paid announcement in the newspaper El Día for the Silent March on September 13 and inviting “ all workers, farmers, teachers, students, and the general public ” to participate in the march.
On March 5, 1917, workers at the plant formed a worker's soviet, which included representatives of the workers, the army, and of other citizens.
In March 2011, over 130 artists announced a plan to boycott the Abu Dhabi museum, citing reports of abuses of foreign workers, including the arbitrary withholding of wages, unsafe working conditions and failure of companies to pay recruitment fees to laborers.
This branch was completed no later than March 8, 1858 and the town grew out of a need for railroad workers to man the terminal and switching station.
On Tuesday, March 1, 1977, workers in the Porter Tunnel mine, while working in a new area, broke into a flooded area of the abandoned Bush Old Bootleg Slope Mine, causing the Porter Tunnel to flood.
However, by March 2007, the Park contained only 21 companies — employing 12, 000 North Korean workers.
The Luddites, a group of anti-technology workers, united under the name “ Ludd ” in March 1811, removing key components from knitting frames, raiding houses for supplies, and petitioning for trade rights while threatening greater violence.
The present issue concerns the future of fab 7 and the previously negotiated redundancy plans in March 2009 both which according to workers and unions will no longer be honored.
Construction began on March 31, 1922, with a crew of workers starting digging at the corner of Canal Street and West Street.