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Beginning in 1999, the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia initiated a direct dialogue through a series of face-to-face meetings, often facilitated by the Minsk Group Co-Chairs.
A game often continues over a series of meetings to complete a single adventure, and longer into a series of related gaming adventures, called a ' campaign '.
In 1962, Baba gave one of his last public functions, a series of meetings he called The East-West Gathering.
The Giants lead the overall regular season series 8 – 4 and have won the last five meetings.
Menzies held a series of meetings during 1944 to discuss forming a new anti-Labor party to replace the moribund UAP.
In the late 1860s and early 1870s, a series of mass rallies called tabori, modeled on the Irish monster meetings, were organized in support of the United Slovenia program.
In a series of high-level meetings since the latter half of 1998, Slovenia and Croatia have been engaged in settling bilateral differences, a process which accelerated after the death of Croatian President Franjo Tuđman in 1999.
In 1856 a series of public meetings, summoned by Pretorius, was held at different districts in the Transvaal for the purpose of discussing and deciding whether the time had not arrived for substituting a strong central government in place of the petty district governments which had hitherto existed.
Beginning on March 17, 1980, the Shining Path held a series of clandestine meetings in Ayacucho, known as the Central Committee's second plenary.
This was solved during a series of meetings that led to the Royal Navy gaining the UGM-27 Polaris missile and construction of the Resolution class submarines to launch them.
The World Cup Classics series consists of four or five meetings, held in different countries throughout the world during the winter track cycling season.
Usually, such competitions take one of two forms, a short periodic competition or a year-long series of meetings.
The cast was almost entirely made up of non-actors, casting having taken place via a series of public meetings several months earlier.
The Royal Military Academy at Woolwich held an organised competition in 1849, but the first regular series of meetings was held by Exeter College, Oxford from 1850.
Meetings range from elite competitions – such as those in the IAAF Diamond League seriesto basic all-comers track meets, inter-sports club meetings and schools events, which form the grassroots of track and field.
The Congress of Vienna was the first of a series of international meetings that came to be known as the Concert of Europe, which was an attempt to forge a peaceful balance of power in Europe, and served as a model for later organizations such as the League of Nations and United Nations.
The first version of the rules for the modern game was drawn up over a series of six meetings held in the Freemasons ' Tavern from October till December.
The research team, in a series of meetings with the writers, also developed " a curriculum sheet " that described the show's goals and priorities for each season.
Following further meetings with Freud in 1909 at Clark University, Massachusetts, where Freud gave a series of lectures on psychoanalysis, and in Holland the following year, Jones set about forging strong working relationships with the nascent American psychoanalytic movement, giving some 20 papers or addresses to American professional societies at venues ranging from Boston, to Washington and Chicago.
There was even enough interest in Group C to sustain a C2 championship for a few years ; at ' club ' level Modified Sports Car (" ModSports ") and Production Sports Car (" ProdSports ") races remained a feature of most British race meetings into the 1980s, evolving into a " Special GT " series that was essentially Formula Libre for sports or saloon cars.
* IAAF Super Grand Prix, a series of athletics meetings held until 2009
* Some of the meetings in the series that succeeded the IAAF Super Grand Prix
I intend to establish working groups to prepare a series of conferences and meetings — on the cities, on natural beauty, on the quality of education, and on other emerging challenges.
* Lillian de la Torre wrote two stories in her Samuel Johnson series featuring meetings between Johnson and " The Young Pretender.

series and between
between the north shore of Deer Island and the Salisbury side there was an arch of 113 feet and a series of piers with a draw forty feet long.
The differences between onset age and completion age with respect to the corresponding mean age have been brought into juxtaposition by means of a series of arrows.
These two recollections form the frame around a series of experiences and sights which, to me at least, symbolize the extremes in the aesthetic as well as ethical conflict between materialism and humanism.
Actinium gave the name to the actinide series, a group of 15 similar elements between actinium and lawrencium in the periodic table.
The Ashes is a Test cricket series played between England and Australia since 1882.
Cricket being a summer sport, and the venues being in opposite hemispheres, the break between series alternates between 18 and 30 months.
As it took many years for the name " The Ashes " to be given to the ongoing series between England and Australia, there was no concept of there being a representation of the ashes being presented to the winners.
Five more series took place between 1905 and 1912.
In the period between 1989 and the beginning of the 2005 series, the two sides had played 43 times ; Australia winning 28 times, England 7 times, with 8 draws.
The series alternates between the United Kingdom and Australia, and within each country each of the usually five matches is held at a different cricket ground.
The popularity and reputation of the cricket series has led to other sports or games, and / or their followers, using the name " Ashes " for contests between England and Australia.
Another example is in the television show Gladiators, in which two series were based on contests between teams representing Australia and England.
The neighbouring kingdom considered that the newly acquired lands of the Algarve should be Castilian, not Portuguese, which led to a series of wars between the two kingdoms.
In this way he discovered the electrochemical series, and the law that the electromotive force ( emf ) of a galvanic cell, consisting of a pair of metal electrodes separated by electrolyte, is the difference between their two electrode potentials ( thus, two identical electrodes and a common electrolyte give zero net emf ).
This is one of a series of articles about the differences between British English and American English, which, for the purposes of these articles, are defined as follows:
The Amstrad CPC ( short for Colour Personal Computer ) is a series of 8-bit home computers produced by Amstrad between 1984 and 1990.
Adoptionism was one position in a long series of Christian disagreements about the precise nature of Christ ( see Christology ) in the developing dogma of the Trinity, an attempt to explain the relationship between Jesus of Nazareth, both as man and God, and God the Father while confidently claiming to be uncompromisingly monotheistic.
For example, a fund may see that there is a substantial difference between U. S. dollar debt and local currency debt of a foreign country, and enter into a series of matching trades ( including currency swaps ) to arbitrage the difference, while simultaneously entering into credit default swaps to protect against country risk and other types of specific risk.
The outcome of the trip to Mexico was Whorf's sketch of Milpa Alta Nahuatl, published only after his death, and an article on a series of Aztec pictograms found at the Tepozteco monument at Tepoztlán, Morelos in which he noted similarities in form and meaning between Aztec and Maya day signs.
One of the most well-known aspects of the series was the inclusion of music videos, which occurred between animated segments.
However, the series continued in Australia and the United Kingdom, with a further ten volumes being issued between 1999 and 2001.
A regular series was published for 9 issues between 1994-1995, followed by a mini-series in 1998.
This apparently drove a wedge between Borland and Niels Jensen and the other members of his team who had been working on a brand new series of compilers at their London development centre.
Conceived while Atkinson and Curtis were working on Not the Nine O ' Clock News, the series dealt comically with a number of medieval issues in Britain – witchcraft, Royal succession, European relations, the Crusades and the conflict between the Church and the Crown.

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