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The 1990s saw the development of Earthships, similar in intent to the Ark project, but organized as a for-profit venture, with construction details published in a series of 3 books by Mike Reynolds.
Chicano rap is a unique style of hip hop music which started with Kid Frost, who saw some mainstream exposure in the early 1990s.
During the 1990s, the College saw a major academic overhaul under President James O. Freedman and a controversial ( and ultimately unsuccessful ) 1999 initiative to encourage the school's single-sex Greek houses to go coed.
The massive development programme managed by the LDDC during the 1980s and 1990s saw a huge area of the Docklands converted into a mixture of residential, commercial and light industrial space.
The 1970s, 1980s and 1990s saw large-scale housing developments in the districts of Woensel-Zuid and Woensel-Noord, making Eindhoven the fifth-largest city in the Netherlands.
The 1990s saw four England managers, each in the role for a relatively brief period.
The early 1990s saw a dramatic slump in fish stocks, which were being overfished with new high-tech equipment.
The 1990s saw the reversal of this trend and the introduction of the Multiplex in Japan.
The 1990s also saw the emergence of many LGBT youth movements and organizations such as LGBT youth centers, Gay-straight alliances in high schools and youth specific activism such as the National Day of Silence.
The 1990s also saw a rapid push of the transgender movements, while at the same time a sidelining of the identity of those who are transsexual.
The slasher films A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Halloween and Child's Play all saw sequels in the 1990s, most of which met with varied amounts of success at the box office, but all were panned by fans and critics, with the exception of Wes Craven's New Nightmare ( 1994 ) and the hugely successful Silence of the Lambs ( 1991 ).
The 1990s saw a rapid expansion in banking, investment, and insurance services.
The late 1980s and 1990s saw the production of a series of critically acclaimed and popular films such as Hidden Agenda, one of the rare films dealing with the political troubles in Northern Ireland, Carla's Song set partially in Nicaragua, and Land and Freedom examining the Republican resistance in the Spanish Civil War.
The 1980s and 1990s saw an influx of refugees from the Soviet war in Afghanistan into Karachi ; they were followed in smaller numbers by refugees escaping from Iran.
In the 1990s, Merlot saw an upswing of popularity in the United States.
Diversification in the early 1990s saw the rise of information technology, led by call centres which made use of the city's bilingual workforce.
The early 1990s saw a revival and re-envisioning of realistic novels about Mars expeditions.
The 1980s and 1990s also saw an increasing interest in serious academic research and reconstructionist pagan traditions.
The early 1990s saw New York struggling.
The late 1990s saw to the re-launch of Baltic porters by several German breweries.
The 1970s were an era of quality engineering and the 1990s saw quality systems as an emerging field.
The 1990s saw extreme corruption and lawlessness, rise of criminal gangs and violent crime.
It was reported that one of the aims of the programme was to prepare São Toméan troops for international peacekeeping missions. Previous phases of reform saw the armed forces downsized considerably in the early 1990s in line with a reduction in regional threat assessment.
As for employment, a longtime weakness of the Spanish economy, after having completed large improvements over the second half of the 1990s and during the 2000s ( decade ), which put a few regions on the brink of full employment, Spain suffered a severe setback from October 2008, when it saw its unemployment rate surging to 1996 levels.
During the late 1990s and early 2000s, Internet users saw:

1990s and Juliette
*" Juliette & Jonathan ", a 1990s pop song
Juliette Lewis ' cover song of " Hardly Wait " was featured in the episode of the 1990s hit science fiction TV series Babylon 5 entitled Face of the Enemy in Season 4.

1990s and inaugurated
In the 1990s the park was expanded by 35 000 square meters and a host of new attractions was inaugurated.
Located around a hill in the southern part of the Vale of Clwyd-the older part of the town, the castle and Saint Peter's Square are located on top of the hill, while many newer parts of the town are on the floodplain of the River Clwyd ( which became apparent on several occasions in the late 1990s — new flood control works costing £ 3 million were inaugurated in autumn 2003 ).
Since early 1990s, dedicated connection flights to Chiang Kai-shek International Airport, now as Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, were inaugurated, and this brought southern Taiwan travelers much convenience ; they can transit via the Chiang Kai-shek International Airport where there was a higher availability of international flights.
In the 1990s, the Martin Goodman Trail for cyclists was inaugurated, including a pedestrian bridge over the Humber.
Since the 1990s, new programs were inaugurated to meet the needs of the Russian immigrant population in Israel.

1990s and European
Bulgaria has delayed building some key highway connections since the 1990s, but European Union membership is a strong incentive for completion.
In the 1990s, Peter formed One More Time, a group that enjoyed European success with the ABBA-like " Highland " and, later, as Sweden's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1996.
As Switzerland considered closer relations with the European Union in the 1990s, the SVP adopted a more militant protectionist and isolationist stance.
Since the late 1990s, Dublin has experienced a significant level of net immigration, with the greatest numbers coming from the European Union, especially the United Kingdom, Poland and Lithuania.
* RAISE, Rigorous Approach to Industrial Software Engineering, was developed as part of the European ESPRIT II LaCoS project in the 1990s, led by Dines Bjørner.
The British and Danish Conservatives tried to maintain a group of their own called the European Democrats ( ED ), but lack of support and the problems inherent in maintaining a small group forced ED's collapse in the 1990s, and its members crossed the floor to join the EPP Group.
Nevertheless the consolidation held through the 1990s, assisted by the group being renamed to the European People's Party – European Democrats ( EPP-ED Group ), and the group reclaimed its position as the largest group in the Parliament after the 1999 elections.
France became a nuclear power and since the 1990s its military action is most often seen in cooperation with NATO and its European partners.
In the 1990s, bananas were booming again, particularly as new European trade agreements increased market size.
Victims of their campaign against the Egyptian state in the 1990s included the head of the counter-terrorism police ( Major General Raouf Khayrat ), a parliamentary speaker ( Rifaat al-Mahgoub ), dozens of European tourists and Egyptian bystanders, and over 100 Egyptian police.
From the 1990s onwards a growing number of European Improv groups have been set up specifically to explore the possibilities offered by the use of the abstract in improvised performance, including dance, movement, sound, music, mask work, lighting, and so on.
In the early 1990s, Lithuania restored its sovereignty and in the following years became integrated into the European political structures.
According to historian Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, occultist currents persist in " neo-völkisch movements ", such as neo-fascist and national mysticist neopaganism, since the 1990s revived in the European Nouvelle Droite in the context of the Traditionalist School of Julius Evola and others ( Alain de Benoist, Werkgroep Traditie ; see Neopaganism and the New Right ).
The European Union enacted a protected designation of origin system in the 1990s.
Romania entered the 1990s a relatively poor country by European standards, largely a result of the failed economic policies of Nicolae Ceauşescu in the 1970s and of the failures of privatization in Romania during the 1990s, which decreased the GDP by almost 50 % and ruined the industry because of corruption.
In the 1980s and 1990s, western European socialists were pressured to reconcile their socialist economic programmes with a free-market-based communal European economy.
Unemployment stood at 7. 6 % in October 2006, a rate that compared favorably to many other European countries, and especially with the early 1990s when it stood at over 20 %.
In the 1990s, a wider movement comes from eastern Europe: young European artists settle in East-Berlin's abandoned buildings after the fall of the Wall.
The United Kingdom has sought to be a leading member of the United Nations, the European Union and NATO, yet since the 1990s large-scale devolution movements in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales have brought into question the future viability of this constantly evolving political union.
For example, during the 1990s and 2000s, the United States had lower unemployment levels than many countries in the European Union, which had significant internal variation, with countries like the UK and Denmark outperforming Italy and France.
Initially the European football union was accounted for 25 members which later doubled by the early 1990s.
* Some Eastern European economies struggled after the fall of communism, but Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania saw healthy economic growth rates in the late 1990s.

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