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In the 1990s, he wrote three novels inspired by his experiences at Stanford: Toward What Bright Glory ?, Into What Far Harbor ?, and Public Men.
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Thomas Turner wrote in the late 1990s that .. ' ajor acts of violence, such as the killings that followed the ' Kasongo uprising ' in Bandundu Region in 1978, the killings of diamond miners in Kasai-Oriental Region in 1979, and, more recently, the massacre of students in Lubumbashi in 1990, continued to intimidate the population.
While in prison, he wrote at least four book-length manuscripts including a lyrical autobiographical novel, How It All Began, philosophical treatise Philosophical Arabesques, a collection of poems, and Socialism and Its Culture – all of which were found in Stalin's archive and published in the 1990s ).
This is perhaps the basis for Internet reports in the late 1990s about the supposed discovery of Pope John's diary in which he allegedly wrote about receiving prophetic insight into the future, including the return of Jesus in New York in 2000.
Other projects Gilliam has been trying to get off the ground since the 1990s are an adaptation of Charles Dickens ' A Tale of Two Cities ( starring Mel Gibson ), an adaptation of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain ( which has been adapted into movies several times before ), and a script titled The Defective Detective that Gilliam has co-authored with Richard LaGravenese ( who wrote Gilliam's The Fisher King before ).
Yet the magazine played a role in a literary scandal and defamation lawsuit over two 1990s articles by Janet Malcolm, who wrote about Sigmund Freud's legacy.
In the late 1990s, he wrote Foundation's Fear, one of an authorized sequel trilogy to Isaac Asimov's Foundation series.
( Malins also wrote the liner notes for most of the CD reissues of Numan's albums in the late 1990s, as well as executive producing the Hybrid album in 2003.
The war between the mujahideen and the Red Army during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan has been claimed as the source of the term " asymmetric warfare ", although this war occurred years after Mack wrote of " asymmetric conflict ," it is notable that the term became well known in the West only in the 1990s.
In the early 1990s, Masson had been engaged to University of Michigan feminist legal scholar Catharine MacKinnon, who wrote the preface to his A Dark Science: Women, Sexuality, and Psychiatry in the Nineteenth Century.
He eventually negotiated an agreement with the IRS, that encouraged him to return to writing, and, in the late 1990s and early 2000s, he wrote several novels in collaboration with authors Peter Heck, Jody Lynn Nye, and Linda Evans.
In the late 1990s, Simon wrote and produced a Broadway musical called The Capeman, which lost $ 11 million during its 1998 run.
In the early 1990s, Greenaway wrote ten opera libretti known as the Death of a Composer series, dealing with the commonalities of the deaths of ten composers from Anton Webern to John Lennon, however, the other composers are fictitious, and one is a character from The Falls.
" These pseudonyms include: Jamie Starr and The Starr Company ( for the songs he wrote for The Time and many other artists from 1981 – 1984 ), Joey Coco ( for many unreleased Prince songs in the late 1980s, as well as songs written for Sheena Easton & Kenny Rogers ), Paisley Park ( occasionally used in the early 1990s for his production credits on songs, including those written for Martika and Kid Creole ), Alexander Nevermind ( for writing the 1984 song " Sugar Walls " by Sheena Easton ), and Christopher ( used for his song writing credit of " Manic Monday " for The Bangles ).
In the early 1990s, Castellaneta and Deb Lacusta wrote a script for an episode in which Barney becomes sober.
In the 1990s, after Waterloo station was chosen as the British terminus for the Eurostar train service, Florent Longuepée, a municipal councillor in Paris, wrote to the British Prime Minister requesting that the station be renamed because he said it was upsetting for the French to be reminded of Napoleon's defeat when they arrived in London by Eurostar.
In the 1990s, he toured as " Headbutts and Halibuts ", with Attila the Stockbroker with whom he wrote a surreal rock opera called Cheryl.
First, Kyaw Nyein had access to historical records and he interviewed many surviving members of the Thirty Comrades when he wrote the book in the mid-to late 1990s.
In June 1997, an advisor to Mbeki, Vusi Maviembela, wrote that the African Renaissance was the " third moment " in post-colonial Africa, following decolonization and the outbreak of democracy across the continent during the early 1990s.
Jean Sebastien Gerard ( born 1970 ), a French musician known by the alias Jess, wrote chiptunes on the Atari ST during the 1990s.
After the 2009 budget, the Sunday Times editorialised that Lamont's budget had been so badly received that he was out of his job within two months, " but it fixed the public finances and set up the prosperity of the 1990s and beyond " and Derek Scott, Tony Blair's economic adviser from 1997 to 2003, wrote that Lamont was " rightly praised " for putting in place the post-ERM framework, that stage of Lamont's career being " due for rerating since, in addition to designing a proper framework for monetary policy ( later consolidated by Bank of England independence in 1997 ), he also took most of the tough decisions on spending and tax to put the public finances on the road to recovery.
He was primarily known for the autobiographical monologues that he wrote and performed for the theater in the 1980s and 1990s.
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At that point three launches in combat resulted in three kills, resulting in the AMRAAM being informally named " slammer " in the second half of the 1990s.
Towards the early 1990s, the BBS industry became so popular that it spawned three monthly magazines, Boardwatch, BBS Magazine, and in Asia and Australia, Chips ' n Bits Magazine which devoted extensive coverage of the software and technology innovations and people behind them, and listings to US and worldwide BBSes.
The Egyptian identification card controversy began in the 1990s when the government modernized the electronic processing of identity documents, which introduced a de facto requirement that documents must list the person's religion as Muslim, Christian, or Jewish ( the only three religions officially recognized by the government ).
They include a long line of TV advertisements in the 1990s featuring three frogs named " Bud ", " Weis ", and " Er ", the Budweiser Ants, and a campaign built around the phrase " Whassup?
In the 1960s, three north houses were built: Lloyd House, Page House, and Ruddock House, and during the 1990s, Avery House.
Since the 1990s the region has experienced an exceptionally tumultuous period in its regional economy with the collapse of large portions of the ground fishery throughout Atlantic Canada, the closing of coal mines and a steel mill on Cape Breton Island, and the closure of military bases in all three provinces.
When, three years later, 3D Realms released Duke Nukem 3D, a tongue-in-cheek science fiction shooter based on Ken Silverman's technologically similar Build engine, id Software had nearly finished Quake, its next-generation game, which mirrored Dooms success for the remainder of the 1990s and significantly reduced interest in its predecessor.
; Telephone system: large system ; underwent extensive upgrading during 1990s and is reasonably modern ; Telecom Egypt, the landline monopoly, has been increasing service availability and in 2006 fixed-line density stood at 14 per 100 persons ; as of 2007 there were three mobile-cellular networks and service is expanding rapidly
Journalist Kevin Stewart-Panko argues that the American grindcore of the 1990s borrowed from three sources: British grindcore, the American precursors, and death metal.
In the early 1990s, the confederation had three major components: the 45, 000-member Federation of Unions of National Workers of Honduras ( Federación Sindical de Trabajadores Nacionales de Honduras — Fesitranh ); the 22, 000 member Central Federation of Honduran Free Trade Unions ( Federación Central de Sindicatos Libres de Honduras ); and the 2, 200-member Federation of National Maritime Unions of Honduras ( Federación de Sindicales Marítimas Nacionales de Honduras ).
The Marxist FUTH, with an estimated 16, 000 members in the early 1990s, was first organized in 1980 by three communist-influenced unions, but did not receive legal status until 1988.
House of Pain is an American hip hop group who released three albums in the 1990s before lead rapper Everlast left to pursue his solo career again.
He became known in the 1990s for his research on the use of genetic algorithms to evolve neural networks using three dimensional cellular automata inside field programmable gate arrays.
The kingfishers were traditionally treated as one family, Alcedinidae with three subfamilies, but following the 1990s revolution in bird taxonomy, the three former subfamilies are now often elevated to familial level.
They emphasize three conclusions: First, while acknowledging Card and Krueger, they found that studies since the early 1990s have strongly pointed to a " reduction in employment opportunities for low-skilled and directly affected workers.
Walker's performance fell short of expectations in his three seasons with the Vikings, while the Cowboys rode their draft picks to three Super Bowl victories in the early to mid 1990s.
In the mid to late 1990s, it was estimated that one in three RISC microprocessors produced was a MIPS implementation.
Alternative rock grew out of the grunge scene of the late 1980s and early 1990s and is particularly favored by college radio and adult album alternative stations ; there is a strong focus on songwriters and bands with an outsider sound or a more sophisticated sound than the " three chord wonder " cliché.
After a run of regular-season success in the early 1990s ( making the NLCS three straight years ), the Pirates have struggled in recent decades, with 20 consecutive losing seasons to date, the longest in North American professional sports history.
The Pyrenean Ibex mysteriously became extinct in January 2000 ; the native Pyrenean brown bear was hunted to near-extinction in the 1990s, but it was re-introduced in 1996 when three bears were brought from Slovenia.
There were three successive incarnations of the organization, the " first generation " which consisted of Baader and his associates, the " second generation " RAF, which operated in the mid to late 1970s after several former members of the Socialist Patients ' Collective joined, and the " third generation " RAF, which existed in the 1980s and 1990s.
In color television and video cameras manufactured before the 1990s, the incoming light was separated by prisms and filters into the three RGB primary colors feeding each color into a separate video camera tube ( or pickup tube ).