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October and 1993
By October 1993, Armenian forces succeeded in occupying almost all of former NKAO, Lachin and large areas in southwestern Azerbaijan.
Army of Darkness premiered on October 9, 1992 at the Sitges Film Festival, and was released in the United States on February 19, 1993.
Washington, D. C .: The White House, October 1993.
" The show was blamed for a two-year-old's death which occurred in Moraine, Ohio in October 1993 in which a five-year-old boy set fire to his mother's mobile home, killing his two year old sister.
Since October 1993 the nation has suffered from massive ethnic-based violence which has resulted in the death of perhaps 250, 000 people and the displacement of about 800, 000 others.
Another occurred in issue 2674, dated 16 October 1993, when the whole comic was now printed in full colour, along with some new strips such as The Numskulls, which had been moved from The Beezer.
* " Special Section: Ranch Apocalypse " in Spectrum issue 23: 1 ( May 1993 ), and Responses in Spectrum 23: 3 ( October 1993 ), p56 – 59
Caymanian dollars per US dollar-0. 82 ( 29 October 2001 ), 0. 83 ( 3 November 1995 ), 0. 85 ( 22 November 1993 )
Internal and international pressure in particular from France continued and in rescheduled elections held in October 1993, again with the help of the international community Ange-Félix Patassé won a second-round victory.
** El Salvador Customs union, ( 1963, re-launched on October 29, 1993 )
** Guatemala Customs union, ( 1963, re-launched on October 29, 1993 )
** Honduras Customs union, ( 1963, re-launched on October 29, 1993 )
** Nicaragua Customs union, ( 1963, re-launched on October 29, 1993 )
In October 1993, Comoros joined the League of Arab States, after having been rejected when it applied for membership initially in 1977.
On October 26, 1993, the league announced that the owners had unanimously voted for the Carolinas to receive the 29th franchise, the first new NFL team since 1976 ( Jacksonville was named the 30th team a month later ).
* Gwennap, Linley ( 25 October 1993 ).
The album was released in October 1993 and sold well internationally on the strength of lead single " Distant Sun " and followup " Private Universe ".
* Miscavige, David: Speech to the International Association of Scientologists, 8 October 1993
DHCP was first defined as a standards track protocol in RFC 1531 in October 1993, as an extension to the Bootstrap Protocol ( BOOTP ).
Federico Fellini (; January 20, 1920 – October 31, 1993 ) was an Italian film director and scriptwriter.
Version 0. 1 was first publicly released on 31 October 1992, and version 1. 0 followed in February 1993.
* IOI 1993 was held in Mendoza, Argentina, October 16 – 25, 1993

October and Estonian
In World War I, the Estonian islands were conquered by Imperial German Army in October 1917 and occupied ( Operation Albion ) until the end of hostilities.
* October 29 – Rudolf Tobias, Estonian composer ( b. 1873 )
* October 14 – August Sang, Estonian poet and literary translator ( b. 1914 )
* October 1 – Ants Piip, Estonian lawyer, diplomat and politician ( b. 1884 )
* October 15 – Johannes Sikkar, Estonian statesman ( d. 1960 )
Siim Kallas ( born 2 October 1948 in Tallinn ) is an Estonian politician, currently serving as European Commissioner for Transport.
On November 28, 1917, after the October Revolution the Assembly declared itself the sovereign power on Estonia and called for the elections of the Estonian Constituent Assembly.
After the October Revolution, the elected Estonian Provincial Assembly declared itself the sovereign power in Estonia on November 28, 1917 and on February 24, 1918, a day before the arrival of German troops the Estonian Declaration of Independence was issued.
Ernst Julius Öpik ( 23 October 1893 – 10 September 1985 ) was an Estonian astronomer and astrophysicist who spent the second half of his career ( 1948 – 1981 ) at the Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland.
Tanel Padar ( born 27 October 1980 ) is an Estonian singer.
Rüütel also served as the last Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Estonian SSR from April 8, 1983 to March 29, 1990, and Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Estonian SSR ( from May 8, 1990: Supreme Council of the Republic of Estonia ) from March 29, 1990 to October 6, 1992.
Lennart Oesch ( on the left ) monitor the Estonian army military exercises in October 1938.
The Order of the National Coat of Arms (, ) was instituted by Konstantin Päts on 7 October 1936 to commemorate 24 February 1918, the day on which Estonian independence was declared.
The Estonian Labour Party with Ants Piip headed the one-party minority government between 26 October 1920 and 25 January 1921, when Otto Strandman served as both the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Court.
Jaan Ehlvest ( born 14 October 1962 ) is a chess player, who was awarded the title of Grandmaster by FIDE in 1987 and was named Estonian sportsman of the year in 1987 and 1989.
* October 23-Ernst Öpik ( died 1985 ), Estonian astronomer and astrophysicist.
The agreement with SAS Scandinavian Airlines was signed on 10 September 2010 and it took effect on 27 October 2010 when Estonian Parliament ratified 2010 state budget modifications, allocating needed funds for investment.
Erkki-Sven Tüür ( born 16 October 1959 ) is an Estonian composer.
* In October 2011, Estonian director Rainer Sarnet adapted the book to a feature film The Idiot, starring Risto Kübar as Prince Myshkin.
It was replaced by the Supreme Soviet of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic ( August 25, 1940 – 1990 ) and the Supreme Council of the Republic of Estonia ( May 8, 1990 – October 5, 1992 ).
After the victory over the Belarusians, the Estonian team gained infamy on 9, October 1996, when a match against Scotland had to be rescheduled after the Estonian team failed to turn up for the game.

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