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The competition saw this design used for 40 years until the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich became the first Games with a different design for the reverse side of the medal.
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The ANFC ran the Championship of Australia, the first national club competition, which commenced in 1888 and saw clubs from different states compete on an even playing field.
The allure of such profits saw an increasing number of Dutch expeditions ; it was soon seen that in trade with the East Indies, competition from each would eat into all their profits.
Chile moved toward a free market economy that saw an increase in domestic and foreign private investment, although the copper industry and other important mineral resources were not opened for competition.
In the context of emerging western imperialism and economic competition between European kingdoms seeking wealth through the establishment of trade routes and colonies, Columbus's speculative proposal, to reach the East Indies by sailing westward, eventually received the support of the Spanish crown, which saw in it a promise, however remote, of gaining the upper hand over rival powers in the contest for the lucrative spice trade with Asia.
The 1979 World Cup saw the introduction of the ICC Trophy competition to select non-Test playing teams for the World Cup, with Sri Lanka and Canada qualifying.
The following season saw UEFA create the European Champions ' Cup, but after objections from The Football League and the FA Chelsea were persuaded to withdraw from the competition before it started.
It was the first actual Ferrari car ( it debuted at the 1940 Mille Miglia ), but due to World War II it saw little competition.
The last version of MultiMate was packaged with many of these add-on programs under the product name " MultiMate Advantage " to compete with other word processor software of the day, especially IBM DisplayWrite for DOS, which Multimate International developers saw as their main competition in the business market, and to a lesser extent WordPerfect, the DOS incarnation of Microsoft Word and the Samna word processor, which had its roots in another office word processing computer.
These companies such as International Paper and American Chicle saw their market share decrease significantly by 1929 as smaller competitors joined forces with each other and provided much more competition.
Additionally, he also saw sport as democratic, in that sports competition crossed class lines, although it did so without causing a mingling of classes, which he did not support.
He believed that the early ancient Olympics encouraged competition among amateur rather than professional athletes, and saw value in that.
In addition, he saw the Games as important in advocating his philosophical ideal for athletic competition: that the competition itself, the struggle to overcome one's opponent, was more important than winning.
Coubertin agreed with this latter view, and saw this professionalisation as undercutting the morality of the competition.
Executive producer Michael Piller turned down the opportunity to develop ideas, objecting to what he saw as a " competition " for the job.
The same year also saw competition increase as Max Fleischer's flapper cartoon character, Betty Boop, gained popularity among theater audiences.
American television in the 2000s saw the sharp increase in popularity of reality television, with numerous competition shows such as American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, Survivor and The Apprentice attracting large audiences, as well as documentary or narrative style shows such as Big Brother, The Hills, The Real Housewives, Cheaters, among many others.
< i > The Isle of Amboina </ i > In 1604, a second English East India Company voyage commanded by Sir Henry Middleton reached the islands of Ternate, Tidore, Ambon and Banda ; in Banda, they encountered severe VOC hostility, which saw the beginning of Anglo-Dutch competition for access to spices.
In the 1970s, Bond saw competition as gritty detective stories and urban crime dramas began to fuse themselves with the new " action " style, leading to a string of maverick police officer films, such as those defined by Bullitt ( 1968 ), The French Connection ( 1971 ) and Dirty Harry ( 1971 ); all of which featured an intense car chase inspired by the popular stuntwork of the Bond films.
This heavily criticized part of the review saw four operators replaced and the operators facing different annual payments to the treasury: Central television for example only paid £ 2000, despite holding a lucrative and large region because they were unopposed, while Yorkshire television paid £ 37. 7 million for a region of the same size and status due to heavy competition.
2011 also saw the launch of the Weekly Audience Review competition as part of the Opera Australia Blog, providing incentives for audience members to post reviews of Opera Australia productions online, including pass giveaways and publication of reviews on the blog.
Issigonis ' friend John Cooper, owner of the Cooper Car Company and designer and builder of Formula One and rally cars, saw the potential of the Mini for competition.
In the context of emerging western imperialism and economic competition between European kingdoms seeking wealth through the establishment of trade routes and colonies, Genoese explorer Cristopher Columbus's speculative proposal to reach the East Indies by sailing westward received the support of the Spanish crown, which saw in it a promise, however remote, of gaining the upper hand over rival powers in the contest for the lucrative spice trade with Asia.
Ironically, the act was promoted by the South Sea company itself before its collapse, in an effort to prevent the increasing competition for investors which it saw from companies springing up around it.
The outbreak of the Second World War again saw the suspension of League football, and when official competition resumed in 1946 the Everton team had been split and paled in comparison to the pre-war team.
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as in a recent design competition with a floor plan and the simple command -- `` design a luxury apartment '' ; ;
The shift in Aalto's design approach from classicism to modernism is epitomised by the Viipuri Library ( 1927 – 35 ), which went through a transformation from an originally classical competition entry proposal to the completed high-modernist building.
So the built output of Bauhaus architecture in these years is the output of Gropius: the Sommerfeld house in Berlin, the Otte house in Berlin, the Auerbach house in Jena, and the competition design for the Chicago Tribune Tower, which brought the school much attention.
The Sinclair calculators were successful because they were far cheaper than the competition ; however, their design was flawed and their accuracy in some functions was questionable.
Edward Lippincott Tilton and William A. Boring won the 1897 competition to design the first phase, including the Main Building ( 1897 – 1900 ), Kitchen and Laundry Building ( 1900 – 01 ), Main Powerhouse ( 1900 – 01 ), and the Main Hospital Building ( 1900 – 01 ).
The architecture competition was the second under the Tarsney Act, which had permitted private architects rather than government architects in the Office of the Supervising Architect to design federal buildings.
A budget for the Exposition was passed and on 1 May Lockroy announced an alteration to the terms of the open competition which was being held for a centerpiece for the exposition, which effectively made the choice of Eiffel's design a foregone conclusion: all entries had to include a study for a four-sided metal tower on the Champ de Mars.
An eminent example of Victorian civic architecture, the building was constructed between 1882 and 1888 to a competition winning design by Glaswegian architect William Young ( originally from the nearby town of Paisley ).
The November 1914 memorandum expressed the signatories concerns about British industrial design in the face of foreign competition.
The absence of a strategic bomber force for the Luftwaffe, following General Wever's accidental death in 1936 and the end of the Ural bomber program he fostered before the invasion of Poland, would not be addressed again until the authorization of the Bomber B design competition in July 1939, which sought to replace the medium bomber force with which the Luftwaffe was to begin the war, with more advanced, twin-engined high speed bomber aircraft fitted with pairs of relatively " high-power " engines of 1, 500 kW ( 2, 000 hp ) output levels and upwards each, that would also be able to function as shorter range heavy bombers.
In 1981, at age 21 and while still an undergraduate, Lin won a public design competition for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, beating out 1, 441 other competition submissions.
* the Mars Society Analogue Pressurized Rover – a competition to design a pressurized rover vehicle that could be used on Mars that was won by the Michigan Mars Rover Team.
The decision to leapfrog the competition and introduce a hybrid 16 / 32-bit design was necessary, and Motorola turned it into a coherent mission.
Thus, under head of project Masakatsu, the concept development was turned into a competition between the Mazda design teams in Tokyo and California.
Porsche's design and development efforts paid off during the 1978 European Car of the Year competition where the 928 won ahead of the BMW 7-series and the Ford Granada.
The subsequent competition for the reconstruction of the Palace was won by architect Charles Barry and his design for a building in the Perpendicular Gothic style.
The Berlin Senate ( city government ) organised a design competition for the redevelopment of Potsdamer Platz and much of the surrounding area.
Architects Arthur Erickson and Geoffrey Massey won a competition to design the university, and construction began in the spring of 1964.
Whitehead faced competition from the American Lieutenant Commander John A. Howell, whose own design, driven by flywheel, was simpler and cheaper.
A national design competition was held to create a public memorial in the Pennsylvania field where Flight 93 crashed.
In spring 1792, Thomas Jefferson proposed a design competition to solicit designs for the Capitol and the President's House, and set a four-month deadline.
A new design competition was held, and President Millard Fillmore appointed Philadelphia architect Thomas U. Walter to carry out the expansion.
D. C. Thomson then sought revenge by publishing a new cartoon " The Jocks and The Geordies ", a revival of an old strip from The Dandy, in which the Geordies ( clearly representing Viz ) competed with the Jocks ( clearly representing Thomson ) in a competition to design funny cartoon characters.