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Then, in November 2004, the Government introduced an amendment in the Lords which wholly removed references to the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, changing them to ones about the Lord Chancellor, with the positions of Secretary of State and Lord Chancellor envisaged as being held by the same person.
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Then and November
Then later, in 1902, Heart of Darkness was included in the book " Youth: a Narrative, and Two Other Stories " ( published November 13th 1902, by William Blackwood ).
Then, in November of that year, Business as Usual began a 15-week run at No. 1 on the US album chart.
Then, on 2 November, the Sudanese military attacked villages near the town of Nyamlell, carrying off another 113 women and children.
* November 6 – Agatha Christie's mystery novel And Then There Were None is published in book form in the United States.
Then tragedy struck: in November 1817, Charlotte died after giving birth to her only child, a stillborn son.
Then in November the New York State Police raided the infamous Apalachin Meeting in rural Apalachin, New York.
Then on November 5, 1805, Lewis and Clark camped at that mouth of the Kalama River, under orders from President Thomas Jefferson.
Then on August 30, 2012, Eddie Van Halen was diagnosed with diverticulitis and underwent surgery which will push the planned November shows in Japan back into 2013 at the earliest.
Then on November 19 he was officially appointed Postmaster at Muddy, in the County of Emery in the Utah Territory.
Then, having been in poor health since the 1930s, Kate died on November 21, 1944 at the age of 78, deeply in debt.
Then, after the Battle of Leipzig ( October 1813 ), King Frederick deserted the waning fortunes of the French emperor, and by a treaty made with Metternich at Fulda in November 1813 he secured the confirmation of his royal title and of his recent acquisitions of territory, while his troops marched with those of the allies into France.
Then, on 12 November 1991 Indonesian troops fired on protesters gathered at the Santa Cruz Cemetery in Dili to commemorate the killing of an independence activist.
Then before November 2006 the minimum charge was £ 0. 30, before 2004 it was £ 0. 20 and before 2000 it was £ 0. 10.
Then, on November 10 at Las Vegas, on the Marvin Hagler-Roberto Durán undercard, Zapata was beaten by a knockout in 10 by Harold Petty.
Then heavy rain raised the river levels forcing the postponement of the offensive to the night of 27 November and giving the Germans time to switch two divisions across the Apennines to the defending LXXVI Panzer Corps.
Then came Napoleon's contemptuous violation of Prussian territory by marching three French corps through Ansbach ; King Frederick William's pride overcame his weakness, and on November 3 he signed with Tsar Alexander I of Russia the terms of an ultimatum to be laid before the French emperor.
Then in November 1944 Guinness succeeded to the barony when his father, posted abroad as Resident Minister in the Middle East by his friend Winston Churchill, was assassinated in Cairo.
Then and 2004
MicMac Records, who as one of the pioneer record labels in freestyle brought artists such as Johnny O, Cynthia, Nyasia, Tiana, Soave and Clear Touch to the scene, relaunched in 2004 and released new freestyle music on the successful Then and Now CDs.
Then, in October 2004, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank said they would write off $ 2 billion in debt — almost half Madagascar's total debt.
Then, in February 2004, the Auditor General of Canada uncovered the sponsorship scandal, suggesting illegality in the spending of federal monies in Quebec in support of Canadian unity.
One of the originators of the World Social Forum, Oded Grajew, of the Ethos Institute for Business and Social Responsibility, said in an interview with InMotion Magazine in 2004, " Then I had the idea.
Then in 2004, Vice President Dick Cheney delivered a speech in Saxonburg to rally support for President George W. Bush during the United States presidential election, 2004.
Then, from 2001 through 2004, Fordland teams won 63 games while losing only 20, winning a pair of Summit Conference championships and a Class 2 district championship in 2003.
Then in 2004, the Pacific League played five fewer games than the Central League teams during the regular season and used a new playoff format to determine its champion.
Then, on September 22, 2004, " Naniwa Iroha Bushi " was released nationwide and re-debuted on the Oricon weekly singles charts at the No. 1 spot, becoming the first enka single to reach the No. 1 in seventeen years since Yujiro Ishihara's 1987 single " Kita no Tabibito " according to Oricon.
Then in 2006, VAST released Turquoise & Crimson, a double-disc collection of all the tracks that were released as bundles online in 2004 online under his label.
Then in 2004, Mighty Mighty Bosstones singer Dicky Barrett took over as the show's announcer when the Bosstones went on hiatus.
During 2004 Starkey joined the Britpop band Oasis and was featured on two tracks included on the Who's biographic album, The Who: Then and Now.
Then he covered Creedence Clearwater Revival's song " Fortunate Son " for the soundtrack of the 2004 film remake of The Manchurian Candidate and wrote the song " Million Voices " for the film Hotel Rwanda.
Then, in 2003, 18 students sued UCC, claiming sexual abuse by Doug Brown, who taught at the Prep from 1975 to 1993 and was eventually found guilty in 2004 of indecent assault and sentenced to jail.
Then, during the final in 2004 between Ronnie O ' Sullivan and Graeme Dott, Mark Roberts ran down the stairs and tried to claim asylum under the table.
Then came Mehdi Karroubi ( 1989 – 1992 ), Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri ( 1992 – 2000 ), Mehdi Karroubi ( 2000 – 2004 ), Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel ( 2004 – 2008 ) and Ali Larijani since 2008.
Then in April 2004 On2 announced that negotiations with E-World had broken down and that On2 would file multiple breach of contract claims against E-World in arbitration proceedings.
Then, on July 22, 2004, after five seasons with D. C. United, Convey signed a three-year contract with Reading, who were then playing in the Championship, on the highest transfer fee paid by Reading up to that date.