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In May 2009, James received the Soul / Blues Female Artist of the Year award from the Blues Foundation, the ninth time James had won the award.
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Until May 2009, the only successful published attacks against the full AES were side-channel attacks on some specific implementations.
The building work for the stadium which has a capacity of 32. 960, began in May 2008 and was completed by the beginning of 2009.
" The Musician ", oil painting | oil on canvas by Tamara de Lempicka, 1929, stolen in 1 May 2009 from the Scheringa Museum of Realist Art.
Namco Bandai has purchased a 34 % stake in Atari Europe on May 14, 2009, paving the way for its acquisition from Infogrames.
In May 2009 Infogrames Entertainment, SA, the parent company of Atari Inc. and Atari Interactive Inc., announced it would be changing Infogrames ' name to Atari, SA.
On 22 May 2009, Dirk Scheringa announced a cooperation with Bayern Munich ; the club has first-option rights for the AZ contracted players.
Opera Australia presented the piece in Melbourne in May 2009, starring Sigrid Thornton as Desiree Armfeldt and Nacye Hayes as Madame Armfeldt.
A new translation by Zinnie Harris at the Donmar Warehouse, starring Gillian Anderson, Toby Stephens, Anton Lesser, Tara FitzGerald and Christopher Eccleston opened in May 2009.
The most recent tour visited South Africa in May – July 2009, and before that the Lions toured New Zealand in 2005.
On May 25, 2009, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Roy Lee and Doug Davison of Vertigo Entertainment were working with Fran Rubel Kuzui and Kaz Kuzui on a re-envisioning or relaunch of the Buffy film for the big screen.
Until May 2009, the morning business updates on BBC Breakfast and on the BBC News Channel were broadcast from one of the London Stock Exchange's studios in central London.
Since Tuesday, 26 May 2009, those bulletins have been broadcast from TC7 and N6 in Television Centre, the main studios of BBC Breakfast and the BBC News Channel respectively.
Since May 2009, the portions of Broadway through Duffy Square, Times Square, and Herald Square have been closed entirely to automobile traffic, except for cross traffic on the Streets and Avenues, as part of a traffic and pedestrianization experiment, with the pavement reserved exclusively for walkers, cyclists, and those lounging in temporary seating placed by the city.
* On 29 May 2010 Chief Secretary to the Treasury David Laws resigned from the Cabinet and was referred to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards after the Daily Telegraph newspaper published details of Laws claiming around £ 40, 000 in expenses on a second home owned by a secret gay partner between 2004 and 2009 whilst House of Commons rules have prevented MPs from claiming second home expenses on properties owned by a partner since 2006.
Shareholder nominations can only occur at the general meeting itself or through the prohibitively expensive process of mailing out ballots separately ; in May 2009 the SEC proposed a new rule allowing shareholders meeting certain criteria to add nominees to the proxy statement.
The inquiry was expected to report in late 2009 but was delayed until after the general election on 6 May 2010.
A new modern constitution, which devolved some authority from the United Kingdom to the Cayman Islands government, was passed by referendum on 20 May 2009.
A referendum took place on May 16, 2009 to decide whether to cut down the government's unwieldy political bureaucracy.
In recent years, Craven Cottage has hosted several International Friendly matches, including the Republic of Ireland national football team who played Colombia and Nigeria there in May 2008 and May 2009 respectively and Oman in 2012.
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E. B. Tylor ( 2 October 1832 – 2 January 1917 ) and James George Frazer ( 1 January 1854 – 7 May 1941 ) are generally considered the antecedents to modern social anthropology in Britain.
In May 1607, the Susan Constant, the Discovery, and the Godspeed sailed through Chesapeake Bay and thirty miles up the James River to a parcel of densely wooded, swamp land.
James Avery Hopwood ( May 28, 1882-July 1, 1928 ), was the most successful playwright of the Jazz Age, having four plays running simultaneously on Broadway in 1920.
James Robert Wills ( March 6, 1905 – May 13, 1975 ), better known as Bob Wills, was an American Western swing musician, songwriter, and bandleader.
On the February 20, 2011, episode of Top Gear, James May had Bovril in an urn inside a Claas Dominator combine harvester in Norway, which was converted into a snow plough.
Chaplin also concentrated on his family, to which he and Oona added three more children, Jane Cecil ( b. 23 May 1957 ), Annette Emily ( b. 3 December 1959 ) and Christopher James ( b. 8 July 1962 ).
In May 1997, Prime Minister James joined 14 other Caribbean leaders, and President Clinton, during the first-ever U. S .- regional summit in Bridgetown, Barbados.
At the end of May 1942, Eisenhower accompanied Lt. Gen. Henry H. Arnold, commanding general of the Army Air Forces, to London to assess the effectiveness of the theater commander in England, Maj. Gen. James E. Chaney.
* In the first episode of the second series of James May's Man Lab, James May and Oz Clarke were demonstrating map-reading skills by pretending to escape from Dartmoor prison and cross Dartmoor to their escape car ( although they had to start their escape from outside the prison grounds as they were not allowed permission inside the prison ).
On 14 May 1796, Jenner tested his hypothesis by inoculating James Phipps, a boy eight years old ( the son of Jenner's gardener ), with pus scraped from the cowpox blisters on the hands of Sarah Nelmes, a milkmaid who had caught cowpox from a cow called Blossom, whose hide now hangs on the wall of the St George's medical school library ( now in Tooting ).
* 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 )
Franklin James Schaffner ( May 30, 1920July 2, 1989 ) was an American film director best known for such films as Planet of the Apes ( 1968 ), Patton ( 1970 ), Papillon ( 1973 ), and The Boys from Brazil ( 1978 ).
However, in May 2012 Judge James Taylor ruled that while Price had lived in Coleman's home after their marriage ended, their relationship at the time of his death failed to meet Utah ’ s standard for a common-law marriage.
The 4th edition of Gamma World ( ISBN 1-56076-401-5 ) was a 192-page softcover book, written by Bruce Nesmith and James M. Ward, published in May 1992 by TSR.
In May 1686, James decided to obtain from the English courts of the common law a ruling which affirmed his power to dispense with Acts of Parliament.
William's envoy Everhard van Weede Dijkvelt visited England between February and May 1687, instructed to persuade James to help contain French aggression.
James Joseph Brown ( May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006 ) was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and recording artist.
James Brown was born in Barnwell, South Carolina on May 3, 1933, to Susie ( née Behlings ) Brown ( August 8, 1916-February 26, 2004 ) and Joseph (" Joe ") Gardner ( March 29, 1911-July 10, 1993 ) ( who changed his surname to Brown after Mattie Brown who raised him ).
James Whale ( 22 July 1889 – 29 May 1957 ) was an English film director, theatre director and actor.