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The first full-scale, stand-alone museum of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history in the United States ( and only the second in the world after the Schwules Museum in Berlin ), The GLBT History Museum is a project of the GLBT Historical Society.
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* 1897 – Greco-Turkish War: The first full-scale battle takes place when the Greek expeditionary force in Crete defeats a 4, 000-strong Ottoman force at Livadeia.
The following year, the first full-scale one-day competition between first-class teams was played, the knock-out Gillette Cup, won by Sussex.
Although the British Army had established a base at King George Sound ( later Albany ) on the south coast of western Australia in 1826 in response to rumours that the area would be annexed by France, Perth was the first full-scale settlement by Europeans in the western third of the continent.
The first car was the Saab 92 ; full-scale production started December 12, 1949, based on the prototype Ursaab.
He is among the first to witness the initial missile launches signaling the start of a full-scale nuclear war.
That was the first full-scale Japanese-English / English-Japanese dictionary, which had a strong influence on Westerners in Japan and probably prompted the spelling " yen ".
Established in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project in the town of Hanford in south-central Washington, the site was home to the B Reactor, the first full-scale plutonium production reactor in the world.
Given their long range, high survivability and ability to carry many medium-and long-range nuclear missiles, submarines were credible and effective means for full-scale retaliation even after a massive first strike.
The first reactor-bred plutonium was produced in the B-Reactor, the first full-scale plutonium-production reactor in the world.
For the first time full-scale scholarly studies based on archival sources, modern research techniques, and modern historical theories became possible.
This system has operated since the line opened in 1968, making the Victoria line the world's first full-scale automatic railway.
The size and capacity of the Concert Hall enabled the Festival to present full-scale orchestras for the first time, and for many years Simon Rattle brought his City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra to Snape.
Following the Soviet Union ’ s first atomic test on September 24, 1949, the focus of the Bulletin shifted to warning against the dangers of full-scale atomic war.
The village is referred to as " The Cradle of Aviation " and is home to The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum, dedicated to the memory of the pioneer aviator and housing such exhibits as a full-scale replica of the first naval aircraft and many original planes and developed by Curtiss.
Early members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also referred to as Mormons or LDS, began the first full-scale settling of what is now known as San Juan County, Utah.
This was the first full-scale meeting of American underworld leaders since the Chicago meeting in 1932.
The band's first full-scale U. S. tour ( in support of this album ) was as the opening act for Kiss on their Animalize tour.
Later Cayley turned his research to building a full-scale version of his design, first flying it unmanned in 1849, and in 1853 his coachman made a short flight at Brompton, near Scarborough in Yorkshire.
The film also documents the scope of the first full-scale LinuxWorld Summit conference, with appearances by Linus Torvalds and Larry Augustin on the keynote stage.
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Although a small adventure entitled ' Temple of the Frog ' was included in the Blackmoor rules supplement in 1975, the first stand-alone D & D module published by TSR was 1978's Steading of the Hill Giant Chief, written by Gygax.
Few personal computers used the 80186, with some notable exceptions: the Australian Dulmont Magnum laptop, one of the first laptops ; the Wang Office Assistant, marketed as a PC-like stand-alone word processor ; the Mindset ; the Siemens PC-D ( not 100 % IBM PC-compatible but using MS-DOS 2. 11: de: Siemens PC-D ); the Compis ( a Swedish school computer ); the RM Nimbus ( a British school computer ); the Unisys ICON ( a Canadian school computer ); ORB Computer by ABS ; the HP 100LX, HP 200LX, HP 1000CX and HP OmniGo 700LX ; the Tandy 2000 desktop ( a somewhat PC-compatible workstation with sharp graphics for its day ); the Philips: YES ; the Nokia MikroMikko 2.
* December 8 – For the first time, the Mary Martin Peter Pan is presented as a stand-alone two-hour special on NBC instead of as part of an anthology series.
The poem borrows occasionally from Carroll's short poem " Jabberwocky " in Through the Looking-Glass ( especially the poem's creatures and portmanteau words ), but it is a stand-alone work, first published in 1876 by Macmillan.
He first appeared in House of Secrets # 92 ( July 1971 ) in a stand-alone horror story set in the early 20th century.
It is based on the life of King Richard II of England ( ruled 1377 – 1399 ) and is the first part of a tetralogy, referred to by some scholars as the Henriad, followed by three plays concerning Richard's successors: Henry IV, Part 1 ; Henry IV, Part 2 ; and Henry V. It may not have been written as a stand-alone work.
The new stadium also hosts the Fiesta Bowl, and hosted the first stand-alone Bowl Championship Series National Championship Game in January 2007.
The KIM-1 was one of the first single-board computers, needing only an external power supply to enable its use as a stand-alone experimental computer.
The Sunne in Splendour, her first book, is a stand-alone novel about King Richard III of England and the Wars of the Roses.
Smaller neighborhood centers and stand-alone retail buildings are located further north, in addition to the larger community retail plaza Huntley Center, the village's first shopping center.
The city had been first envisioned as an automobile-based bedroom community, but subsequent leaders began to envision it as a " stand-alone " development with a viable downtown area.
In 1980 the first stand-alone, complete DSPs – the NEC µPD7720 and AT & T DSP1 – were presented at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference ' 80.
Moody Radio was the first example, and still one of the largest, though most of its stations broadcast stand-alone programming as well as network feeds.
The Sword in the Stone is a novel by T. H. White, published in 1938, initially as a stand-alone work but now the first part of a tetralogy The Once and Future King.
The first definite performance after Shakespeare's day was on 13 March 1738 at Covent Garden, in what seems to have been a stand-alone performance, as there is no record of a performance of either 2 Henry VI or 3 Henry VI.
The first recorded performance after Shakespeare's day was on 23 April 1864 ( Shakespeare's tercentenary ) at the Surrey Theatre in London, as a stand-alone performance, with director James Anderson playing York and Cade.
Ultimately, during the first season, Richard II, although still directed by Giles, was treated as a stand-alone piece, whilst Henry IV, Part 1, Henry IV, Part 2 and Henry V ( all also directed by Giles ) were treated as a trilogy during the second season, with linked casting between them ( Jon Finch also appeared as Bolingbroke / Henry IV in Richard II and both parts of Henry IV ).
The Philips innovation was the first time that radio broadcasts could be recorded onto C-Cassette tapes without cables or microphones that previous stand-alone cassette tape recorders needed.
It was the first stand-alone mini-series derived from the then-on-going Sandman series by Gaiman, and was written by him with artwork by Bachalo and Buckingham and covers by regular Sandman cover artist Dave McKean.
It was first released as a stand-alone game by Parker Brothers in 1986 and later appeared on the reverse side of the board in an early 1990s version of the standard Risk game.
While Octel benefited from the work and experiments of others it was the first stand-alone voice-mail company to build a strong business and strategy to win in this difficult market.
For the first half of the 70s, the Tasman Series continued purely as a local series for Formula 5000 racers, but by 1976 the Australian and New Zealand legs fractured apart and the Australian Grand Prix separated from the remnants and became a stand-alone race once more.
The novel begins with a prologue called " Semley's Necklace ", which was first published as a stand-alone story titled " Dowry of the Angyar " in Amazing Stories ( September 1964 ).