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In late 1993, Meat Puppets achieved mainstream popularity when Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, who became a fan after seeing them open for Black Flag, invited Cris and Curt to join him on MTV Unplugged for acoustic performances of " Plateau ", " Oh Me " and " Lake of Fire " ( all originally from Meat Puppets II ).
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Purchased from Britain in 1956, the Minas Gerais was reconstructed in the Netherlands in 1960 and refitted extensively in Brazil in the late 1970s, and again in 1993.
After becoming New York's de facto Red Light District in the 1960s and 1970s ( as can be seen in the films Taxi Driver and Midnight Cowboy ), since the late 1980s Times Square has emerged as a family tourist center, in effect being Disneyfied following the company's purchase and renovation of the New Amsterdam Theatre on 42nd Street in 1993.
Hole recorded their second album, Live Through This, in late 1993 in Atlanta and released it in April 1994, just four days after Love's husband, Kurt Cobain, was found dead of a self-inflicted shotgun wound in their home.
In late 1993, a group of Christian Scientists filed suit against the Board of Directors, alleging a willful disregard for the Manual of the Mother Church in its financial dealings.
Similarly, Dave Raggett's competing Internet-Draft, " HTML + ( Hypertext Markup Format )", from late 1993, suggested standardizing already-implemented features like tables and fill-out forms.
The liberal conservative LDP was in power from 1955 to 2009, except for a very short-lived coalition government formed from its opposition parties in 1993 ; the largest opposition party was the social liberal Democratic Party of Japan in the late 1990s and late 2000s.
* 1993 – Brooke Greenberg, American child who has remained the size of a toddler, in spite of being in her late teens.
Work started in late 1992, and by late 1993 the first 14 sites had migrated to the new 34 Mbit / s ATM system.
Askar Akayev later joined presidents Islam Karimov and Nursultan Nazarbayev in sending a joint intervention force to support Tajikistan's president Imomali Rahmonov against insurgents, but the Kyrgyzstani parliament delayed the mission of its small contingent for several months until late spring 1993.
The Usenet newsgroup alt. memetics started in 1993 with peak posting years in the mid to late 1990s.
In September 2005, Nigeria, with the assistance of the World Bank, began to recover US $ 458 million of illicit funds that had been deposited in Swiss banks by the late military dictator Sani Abacha, who ruled Nigeria from 1993 to 1998.
In several interviews given in the late 2000s, Paula claimed to have been left in debilitating pain after a 1992 car accident and a 1993 plane crash that required 15 spinal surgeries and which left her dependent on pain medication for years.
The 928 GTS came for sale in late 1991 as a 1992 model in Europe and in spring of 1992 as an early 1993 model in North America.
The band was formed in late 1993 by Chris Ballew ( bass guitar and lead vocals ) and Dave Dederer ( guitar and backup vocals ), who met while attending The Bush School in Seattle.
By 1993 the 32-bit 3DO platform was released with much developer interest and Sega and Sony let it be known that the Sega Saturn and PlayStation would be ready for the Japanese marketplace in late 1994, and Bandai was also readying the release of their Playdia system.
Turkmenistan is dominated by a pervasive cult of personality extolling the late president as Türkmenbaşy (" Leader of all Turkmen "), a title he assumed in 1993.
In late 1993, while Nicks held a baby shower at her house, she tripped and cut her forehead near a fireplace.
Between late 1992 and early 1993, the Dow staggered through the 3, 000 level making only modest gains as the Biotechnology sector suffered through the downfall of the Biotech Bubble ; as many biotech companies saw their share prices rapidly rise to record levels and then subsequently fall to new all-time lows.
The 30 minute late night game show aired on Fuji TV in 1993, and was rebroadcast on Fuji TV 739 satellite channel in 2008.
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In late 2005, Bostrom revamped it once again, this time as a " blog " for his recollections and as a place to share pieces of Meat Puppets history.
As many of the bands on the label sought to expand beyond the limitations of the hardcore genre, SST released many key albums that were instrumental in the development of American alternative rock, including releases by the Minutemen, Hüsker Dü, the Meat Puppets, Sonic Youth, and Dinosaur Jr. After a peak release schedule in the late 1980s, SST began venturing into jazz releases.
Earlier works include Viral Landscapes, a series of photographs from the late 1980s where blotches ( actually magnified images of cells from her body ) are superimposed over landscapes, and Meat Abstracts ( 1989 ) large photographs of meat juxtaposed with leather and fabric.
Schenker briefly re-joined the Scorpions in late 1978, when they were recording the album Lovedrive ( he plays lead guitar on three songs, " Another Piece Of Meat ", " Coast To Coast " and " Lovedrive ").
After extensive renovations, new freezers and equipment installed, the South Jackson store is set to open late January 2012 ; with a few changes: Deli was moved from the back of the store to the front and combined with Bakery, Pharmacy removed, Seafood became expanded Fresh Meat department.
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And there is the bright note: The gains were achieved in the face of temporary traffic lags late in 1960 and early in 1961 as a result of business recession.
In England in the late 1940s, Ealing Studios achieved popular success as well as critical acclaim with a series of films known collectively as the " Ealing comedies ", from 1947 to 1957.
For instance, David Letterman is well known for branching into late night television as a talk show host while honing his skills a stand-up comedian, Barbra Streisand ventured into acting while operating as a singer, or Clint Eastwood, who achieved even greater fame in Hollywood for being a film director and a producer than for his acting credentials.
Then, in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Vera Rubin, a young astronomer at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, presented findings based on a new sensitive spectrograph that could measure the velocity curve of edge-on spiral galaxies to a greater degree of accuracy than had ever before been achieved.
By the late 1970s, these had achieved only mixed results due to flaws in the planning process as well as inadequate funding and a shortage of the skilled managers and technicians needed for implementation.
Callet attributes this difference in embouchure technique as the reason the great players of the past were able to play at the level of technical virtuosity which they did, although the increased difficulty of contemporary compositions for brass seem to indicate that the level of brass technique achieved by today's performers equals or even exceeds that of most performers from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
In the late 1980s, there was a timetable listing specific goals to be achieved during the remainder of the twentieth century.
Moller has been developing VTOL craft since the late 1960s, but no Moller vehicle has ever achieved free flight out of ground effect.
The Gall – Peters achieved considerable notoriety in the late 20th century as the centerpiece of a controversy surrounding the political implications of map design.
Having achieved the political reforms it advocated the Progressive Party soon folded as an organisation, while the Democratic Movement, incorporating the tiny Communist Party of Jersey, continued in existence as a campaigning social movement until the late 20th century.
The Romans achieved the heavy wheeled mouldboard plough in the late 3rd and 4th century AD, when archaeological evidence appears, inter alia, in Roman Britain.
Despite a huge amount of government sponsored publicity, especially during the Park era, it was not clear by the late 1980s that the Saemaul undong had achieved its objectives.
By the late 1960s, the social progress achieved by groups in the United States such as the Black Civil Rights Movement ( 1955 – 68 ), had legitimized the racial identity word black as mainstream American English usage to denote black-skinned Americans of African ancestry.
But, unlike most equestrians, he achieved entry into the upper order by being elected Quaestor in his late twenties.
He had received emeritus status from the Rockefeller Institute in 1943, but continued working for five years, proving that not all breakthrough discoveries are achieved by younger people ( by this time he was in his late sixties ).
This diversity was achieved through influxes of puffins from the Pacific ; the later loss of species was due to major oceanographic changes in the late Pliocene due to closure of the Panamanian Seaway and the onset of severe glacial cycles in the North Atlantic.
Due to the late start and extensive delays releasing the second-generation MC88110, the m88k achieved very limited success outside of the MVME platform and embedded controller environments.
In the late 1980s, plainchant achieved a certain vogue as music for relaxation, and several recordings of plainchant became " classical-chart hits ".
Another goal was to bring the price for such a system down under a " Megapenny ", that is, less than $ 10, 000 ; this was not achieved until the late 1980s, although many workstations, particularly mid-range or high-end still cost anywhere from $ 15, 000 to $ 100, 000 and over throughout the early to mid 1990s.
Success was finally achieved with the autumn-flowering Chinese elm Ulmus parvifolia by the late Prof. Eugene Smalley towards the end of his career at the University of Wisconsin-Madison after he overcame the problem of keeping Chinese elm pollen alive until spring.
Hitting his peak in the late 1930s, Nagurski won a limited version of the world championship by defeating Dean Detton on June 29, 1937 ; but he finally achieved full recognition with his first National Wrestling Association world title by defeating Lou Thesz on June 23, 1939.
The area achieved notoriety for opium dens in the late 19th century, often featured in pulp fiction works by Sax Rohmer and others.
Islington has become one of the most desirable places to live in London, reflected by the number of housing developments announced in late 2011 and early 2012 at prices considerably higher than those achieved in comparable west London districts such as Chelsea and Notting Hill, and the highest recorded growth in house prices anywhere in London in 2011, reported as 15 % in the Evening Standard.