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In autumn 2008, several cases were reported in the southern Swedish provinces of Småland, Halland, and Skåne,
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In autumn 2008, the Montana Lottery, one of only four U. S. states to legalize sports betting, began offering fantasy sports wagering for the first time.
Matti Vanhanen's two cabinets followed suit until autumn 2008, when the state became a major shareholder in the Finnish telecom company Elisa with the intention to secure the Finnish ownership of a strategically important industry.
In a survey of 2000 people conducted by Coolbrands in autumn 2008, Cockney was voted equal fourth coolest accent in Britain with 7 % of the votes, while The Queen's English was considered the coolest, with 20 % of the votes.
Three new episodes of the show were shown in autumn 2008, and were followed by a two-part finale in 2010.
In 2008, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue: The Official Stage Tour embarked on another best of tour, with the intention of visiting many parts of the UK that were missed in the autumn 2007 dates.
The Cure announced a last-minute postponement of their autumn 2007 North American 4Tour in August in order to continue working on the album, rescheduling the dates for spring 2008.
Two Nico tribute concerts took place in Europe in the autumn of 2008 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Nico's birth and the 20th anniversary of her death.
Tottenham Hotspur advised in its 2007 / 8 Interim Financial Statement that the preferred option would be announced in the first half of 2008, but delayed this decision until the autumn.
Caroline Lucas speaking as the first Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales at its autumn conference in 2008.
Following a public consultation in autumn 2008, the western extension of the congestion charging zone, which had bordered on Kensal Green, was scheduled to be removed.
Work on installing the new organ, by the Nicholson's of Malvern firm of organ builders, began in autumn 2008.
In the autumn of 2008, 25 UK and US hospitals began participation in a 3 year study, coordinated by Dr. Sam Parnia and Southampton University.
On 18 April 2007, the Post Office announced that 70 of its branches nationwide are to move into W H Smith stores by autumn 2008.
In the autumn of 2008, the game Rock Band 2 was released and featured a re-recorded version of " Where'd You Go?
In autumn 2008 work started on site clearance at East Grinstead for construction of the new station about south of the national rail station.
McGonagle will take over as director of the NCAD ( National College of Art & Design ) in the autumn of 2008.
In Gordon Brown's autumn 2008 reshuffle, Bryant was promoted from his role as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Harriet Harman to the ministerial position of Deputy Leader of the House of Commons otherwise known as Parliamentary Secretary to the House of Commons.
Three new artworks were added to the college courts and gardens in the summer and autumn of 2008: " Sailing into the future " by Philip de Konig, " Conversing Figures " by Christophe Gordon-Brown and " Finback " by Ben Barrel.
Following the collapse of the Icelandic banking system in the autumn of 2008, Iceland was forced to ask for financial help from the International Monetary Fund and friendly nations.
Starting in autumn 2008, these flights were operated on behalf of the Royal Air Force by a civilian airline, Flyglobespan.
In the autumn of 2008, following a scandal causing its leader, Bettina Geysen to step down, the Social Liberal Party ended its cooperation with SP. A.
A separate £ 2 million project to transform the terminal forecourt at Aberdeen Airport got underway in July 2008 and was completed that autumn.
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In the autumn of 1998 large defaults on Russian debt created significant losses for the hedge fund and LTCM had to unwind several positions.
In the autumn of 1314, heavy rains began to fall, followed by several years of cold and wet winters.
By the autumn of 1559 several foreign suitors were vying for Elizabeth's hand ; their impatient envoys engaged in ever more scandalous talk and reported that a marriage with her favourite was not welcome in England: " There is not a man who does not cry out on him and her with indignation ... she will marry none but the favoured Robert ".
When France rejected Neurath's note, Germany stormed out of the League of Nations and the World Disarmament Conference, and all but announced its intention to unilaterally violate Part V. Consequently, there were several calls in France that autumn for a preventive war to put an end to the Nazi regime while Germany was still more-or-less disarmed.
Starting in autumn of 1901 he painted several posthumous portraits of Casagemas, culminating in the gloomy allegorical painting La Vie ( 1903 ), now in the Cleveland Museum of Art.
From spring to autumn, several festivals take place in Meissen, such as the pottery market or the Weinfest, which celebrates the wine harvest.
By the autumn of 1559 several foreign princes were vying for the Queen's hand ; their impatient envoys came under the impression that Elizabeth was fooling them, " keeping Lord Robert's enemies and the country engaged with words until this wicked deed of killing his wife is consummated.
After recording several demo tapes with Simon Wolstencroft ( later of The Fall ) on drums, Morrissey and Marr recruited drummer Mike Joyce in the autumn of 1982.
For several weeks in the autumn of 1947 and again in 1948 the princess acted as regent when, for health reasons, Queen Wilhelmina was unable to perform her duties.
After several years of delay and controversy over phasing, construction started in the autumn of 2011 on the Streatham Hub-a major redevelopment next to Streatham railway station.
The city is most well known for its chili festival, held every autumn, which draws several hundred people from the surrounding area.
Native Americans settled into the area several thousand years ago, dwelling in the highlands and along the Rockaway River and the Whippany River, where they hunted and fished for the various game that lived in the area and migrated through the area in autumn.
The City of Vandalia boasts several seasonal festivals and events, such as the annual Oktoberfest in the autumn, the Homecoming parade in the fall, and the Air Show & Parade in the summer.
While initially hesitant, in the autumn of 1910 she traveled to Capri, and from then on, except during the First World War and a few years towards the end of her life, she spent several months a year on Capri.
Following another British concert tour in early spring 2005, she appeared with Andy Williams in his Moon River Theatre in Branson, Missouri, for several months, and she returned for another engagement in autumn of 2006, following scattered concert dates throughout North America.
During these years he exhibited several works at the Finnish Artists ' autumn exhibitions, including ' Autumn, Frost ', ' The Devil Playing Music ' and ' Aunt Alexandra ' ( 1898 ), which were well received.
Although " floaty " skirts were most closely associated with the boho look of mid-decade, short skirts also featured in some outfits, and in London, for example, minis were more widespread during the hot summer of 2006 than for several years before, a trend that continued through the mild autumn and winter and even five years later have not yet lost their popularity with bare legs becoming more common in 2011 for the first time in some years.
They embarked 946 troops under Lieutenant Colonel John Murray of the 100th Regiment of Foot, and raided several settlements on both the New York and Vermont shores of Lake Champlain during the summer and autumn of 1813.
This incarnation of the group has been extremely active, releasing several CD-Rs and DVD-Rs and touring extensively, including a very successful autumn 2005 UK tour, released in 2007 as ...
Exact numbers in this population are unknown, but typically several hundred are found arriving in Great Britain each autumn ; given their unobtrusive behaviour, this is probably only a fraction of the total.
In the autumn of 1889, Herbert also joined the faculty of the National Conservatory of Music, where he taught cello and music composition for several years.