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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.
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In autumn 2008, several cases were reported in the southern Swedish provinces of Småland, Halland, and Skåne,
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.
autumn and Montana
In addition, Bearcreek plays host every autumn to Montana Falconer Symposium, the state's largest gathering of falcon trainers and birds of prey enthusiasts.
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However one looks at it, therefore, I'd say that your horoscope for this autumn is the reverse of rosy.
Of the nation's eight million pleasure-boat owners a sizable number have learned that late autumn is one of the loveliest seasons to be afloat -- at least in that broad balmy region that lies below America's belt line.
By the autumn of 1950, financial problems had developed, and by November 1950, the six Foundations had spent around one million dollars and were more than $ 200, 000 in debt.
Discharge in these two months accounts for 36 percent of the total annual discharge of the Euphrates, or even 60 – 70 percent according to one source, while low runoff occurs in summer and autumn.
For studies starting in autumn 2012, Lund received 11, 160 foreign master's applications from 152 countries, which was roughly one third of all international applications to Swedish universities.
After the attacks, the Associated Press would re-publish a " bizarre " story by the Cody Enterprise that quoted witnesses stating that Nawaf entered the United States during the autumn of 1999, crossing along the Canadian border as one of two men delivering skylights to the local high school in Cody, Wyoming.
A second expedition, one ship of about 40 men, led by Leif's brother Thorvald, sets out in the autumn after Leif's return and stays over three winters at the new base ( Leifsbúðir (- budir ), meaning Leif's temporary shelters ), exploring the west coast of the new land in the first summer, and the east coast in the second, running aground and losing the ship's keel on a headland they christen Keel Point ( Kjalarnes ).
The murder is thought to be the source of much of Edward's later hatred for the Earl and one of the primary reasons for Godwin's banishment in autumn 1051.
At least one recording for the spring 2006 series filled all its seats within three hours of the free tickets being made available, and the London recording of the autumn series in that year sold out in ten minutes.
In one study of reindeer, animals at 70 degrees North showed circadian rhythms in the autumn, winter, and spring, but not in the summer.
Most of the light annual precipitation occurs from late autumn to mid-spring, but no one month is particularly wet.
Cone maturation takes one year, with pollination in autumn and the seeds maturing the same time a year later.
The Battle of the Somme was one of the largest battles of the war ; by the time fighting paused in late autumn 1916, the forces involved had suffered more than 1 million casualties, making it one of the bloodiest military operations ever recorded.
During the breeding season, one can easily distinguish the sexes-the male is far darker than the female, with a tall wavy and transparent crest along the spine and tail, with dark spots covering the rest of the body, including the stomach area, which is a far more vivid pink or orange than it is in winter and autumn.
In one variant emphasizing their fruitful aspect, Thallo, Auxo, and Carpo — the goddesses of the three seasons the Greeks recognized: spring, summer and autumn — were worshipped primarily amongst rural farmers throughout Greece.
Carpo ( Καρπώ ), Carpho or Xarpo was the one who brings food-though Robert Graves in The Greek Myths ( 1955 ) translates this name as " withering ") was in charge of autumn, ripening, and harvesting, as well as guarding the way to Mount Olympus and letting back the clouds surrounding the mountain if one of the gods left.
In the autumn of 1949, Martin Horrell of Grand Central Station ( a radio program known for romances and light dramas ) rejected one of Serling's scripts about boxing because his mostly female listeners “ have told us in no uncertain terms that prize fight stories aren ’ t what they like most .” He then offered some advice: “ I have a feeling that the script would be far better for sight than for sound only, because in any radio presentation, the fights are not seen.
On that date Alexander M. Sturman formally conveyed to the new town one square mile ( 2. 6 km² ) of land that had been platted the previous autumn.
In autumn of 1911, the Consolidation Coal Company purchased the current location of Jenkins as part of a one hundred thousand acre tract of land in Pike, Letcher and Floyd counties from the Northern Coal and Coke Company.
According to early settler Colonel Victor M. Locke, Jr., a hunter was encamped at the spring at present-day Antlers early one autumn and killed a “ magnificent buck .” He nailed its antlers on a tree close to the spring as a challenge to other hunters, who followed suit.