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* November 8, 1975 episode ( host: Candice Bergen ) – upcoming season
On 11 November 1975, Whitlam intended to call a half-Senate election in an attempt to break the deadlock.
In November 1975, Comoros became the 143rd member of the United Nations.
In November 1975, Comoros became the 143d member of the UN.
Bongo was elected president in February 1975 and re-elected in December 1979 and November 1986 to seven-year terms.
The most notable use of the reserve powers occurred in November, 1975, in the course of the 1975 Australian constitutional crisis.
Franco ruled until his death on 20 November 1975, when control was given to King Juan Carlos.
The transition is usually said to have begun with Franco's death on 20 November 1975, while its completion is marked by the electoral victory of the socialist PSOE on 28 October 1982.
Oil production started from the Argyll field ( now Ardmore ) in June 1975, followed by Forties in November of that year.
The US gave notice of full withdrawal on November 6, 1975, stating that the organization had become politicized.
In November 1974, he received orders to report to the 3rd Marine Division at MCB Camp Butler, Okinawa, Japan, where he served as the commander of Company H, 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines, until December 1975.
In 1975, Tarasconi, from the Department of Ob-Gyn of the University of Passo Fundo Medical School ( Passo Fundo, RS, Brazil ), started his experience with organ resection by laparoscopy ( Salpingectomy ), first reported in the Third AAGL Meeting, Hyatt Regency Atlanta, November 1976 and later published in The Journal of Reproductive Medicine in 1981.
In November 1975, Tureaud was awarded a letter of recommendation by his drill sergeant, and in a cycle of six thousand troops Tureaud was elected " Top Trainee of the Cycle " and was also promoted to squad leader.
In November 1975, King Hassan mobilized 350, 000 unarmed Moroccan citizens in what came to be known as the " Green March " into Western Sahara.
His youngest child, Rachel ( b. 1975 ) is a BBC TV director, whose work includes Masterchef: The Professionals, shown on BBC2 throughout October and November 2010.
After several months of deadlock, during which the government secretly explored methods of obtaining supply funding outside the Parliament, Governor-General Sir John Kerr intervened and revoked Whitlam's commission on 11 November 1975.
The first album to come out of this downtown scene was released in November 1975: Smith's debut, Horses, produced by John Cale for the major Arista label.
Adopting a new name, the group played its first gig as the Sex Pistols on November 6, 1975, at St. Martin's School of Art and soon attracted a small but ardent following.
Keating was a backbencher for most of the period of the Whitlam Government ( December 1972 – November 1975 ).
He briefly became Minister for the Northern Territory in late October 1975, but lost that post when the Whitlam Government was dismissed by Sir John Kerr on 11 November 1975.
* During the 1975 constitutional crisis, on 11 November 1975, the governor-general, Sir John Kerr, dismissed the Labor Party's Gough Whitlam as prime minister.
The first official appearance of the 924 took place in November 1975 ( as a press launch rather than a motorshow appearance ) at the harbour at La Grande Motte, Camargue in the south of France.

November and saw
" The telescope saw first light on November 2, 1917, with Carnegie still alive.
Though it was not part of the NFL at the time, the All-America Football Conference saw its last drop kick November 28, 1948, when Joe Vetrano of the San Francisco 49ers drop kicked an extra point after a muffed snap against the Cleveland Browns.
November 2008 saw the release of And Winter Came ... with a new video for the song " Trains and Winter Rains ".
The Irish Republican Brotherhood ( IRB ) saw an opportunity to create an armed organisation to advance its own ends, and on 25 November 1913 the Irish Volunteers, whose stated object was " to secure and to maintain the rights and liberties common to all the people of Ireland ", was formed.
It was the largest party in Dáil Éireann at every general election from the 1932 general election until the 2011 general election, when it suffered the worst defeat of a sitting government in the history of the Irish state, a loss described as " historic " in its proportions, where it saw its electoral support base diminished by 75 %, as a reaction to the intervention, and in the running of the Irish economy, of the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank in November 2010.
November 1917 saw the second turning point in the 1917-18 rivalry for the leadership of Finland.
In addition the increasing popularity of Guy Fawkes Night ( 5 November ) from 1605 on saw Halloween become eclipsed in Britain with the notable exception of Scotland.
Although he rejected the transcendental / metaphysical interpretation given to these phenomena outright, Braid accepted that these accounts of Oriental practices supported his view that the effects of hypnotism could be produced in solitude, without the presence of any other person ( as he had already proved to his own satisfaction with the experiments he had conducted in November 1841 ); and he saw correlations between many of the " metaphysical " Oriental practices and his own " rational " neuro-hypnotism, and totally rejected all of the fluid theories and magnetic practices of the mesmerists.
The 2008 season saw the two teams meet twice again ; on November 23 the two teams battled to a 20-20 tie until Vinatieri booted a 51-yard field goal on the final play and a 23-20 Colts win ; the Colts surged to 12-4 but lost the AFC South title to the Titans ; they thus had to travel to meet the 8-8 Chargers on January 3.
November 1997 saw the release of Led Zeppelin BBC Sessions, a two-disc set largely recorded in 1969 and 1971.
The right-wing newspapers nevertheless lambasted him consistently for what they saw as his bohemian eccentricity, attacking him for wearing what they described as a " donkey jacket " ( actually he wore a type of duffel coat ) at the wreath-laying ceremony at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Day in November 1981, for which he was likened to an " out-of-work navvy " by one of Labour's own MPs.
Another police officer saw it on 1 November in Plano, just outside the city.
Continued successes saw Gregory write to Boniface in December 724 to offer his congratulations, followed in November 726 by a response to Boniface ’ s questions about how to structure the newly emergent churches in Germany.
On 22 November 1979 Jenkins delivered the annual Dimbleby Lecture which he called " Home Thoughts from Abroad ", detailing what he saw as the reasons for Britain's persistent underperformance as a failure of adaptability and problems associated with the two party system.
In November of the same year he saw Edward I of England, on behalf of the Guardians of Scotland, award the vacant Crown of Scotland to his grandfather's first cousin once removed, John Balliol, after a lobbying campaign known as the ' Great Cause '.
In November 1177, he set out upon a raid into Palestine ; the Crusaders had recently forayed into the territory of Damascus and so Saladin saw the truce was no longer worth preserving.
This was followed in November of that year with a $ 2 million agreement between the government and the African Development Bank ( AfDB ), which saw Somalia re-engage with the AfDB after nearly two decades of interruption.
Municipal elections in November 2000 saw a strong Sandinista vote, especially in urban areas, and former Tourism Minister Herty Lewites was elected mayor of Managua.
November 3, 2009 saw three new releases.
The most recent Monon Bell game, played on November 12, 2011, saw Wabash defeat DePauw 45-7.
Gladstone also ( on 29 November ) criticised what he saw as the Conservative government's profligate spending:
In 1897 ( 27 November ), the Teatro Lirico in Milan saw the première of Cilea's third opera L ' Arlesiana, based on the play by Alphonse Daudet, with a libretto by Leopoldo Marenco.
Commissioned in October 1942, this group saw combat in November 1942 during Operation Torch on the North African coast.
He wrote to one of Thatcher's supporters, Norman Tebbit, on 16 November telling, him Thatcher was entitled to use his name and his support in any way she saw fit.
2008 saw the band in Eindhoven Netherlands playing at E-Day ( an electronic music festival ); later in the year they also played the Night of the Prog Festival in Loreley, Germany, as well as concerts at the Kentish Town Forum, in London on 1 November, at the Picture House, Edinburgh on 2 November, and their first live concert in the USA for over a decade, at the UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles on 7 November.

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