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This partnership lasted through 1983, though it was hampered in later years by NBC losing the rights to the NCAA Division I Men's College Basketball Tournament to CBS Sports in 1982.
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Watt and Boulton formed a hugely successful partnership ( Boulton and Watt ), which lasted for the next twenty-five years.
It was to be the beginning of a lifelong partnership between the two, which lasted until the Gandhi's death.
Sennett's studio did not survive the Great Depression ; the Sennett-Paramount partnership lasted only one year, and Sennett was forced into bankruptcy in November 1933.
In September 1972, Moğollar replaced their soloists with Cem Karaca, who was then the soloist of Kardaşlar ( Brothers ). This partnership of Cem Karaca and Moğollar lasted for two years and they produced the song, Namus Belası, which became a great hit.
While biographers regard the marriage with varying appraisals of partnership, love, politics and competition, it lasted 48 years.
The partnership lasted for six years with the model marketed as the Fender Rhodes Piano Bass, a 32-note version with only the low range of the piano, accounting for the bulk of the sales.
Farrell and Minoff's professional partnership lasted more than twenty-five years, until Minoff's death in November 2009.
In 1930, Meinhard Nissen and Ernie Strack opened the Royal Blue grocery store in downtown Griffith, their partnership lasted until 1943.
This partnership lasted until 1803 during which time the New Geneva works produced window glass for the early pioneers as well as bottles, bowls and other items.
Her writing partnership with Adolph Green lasted for six decades, during which time they collaborated with other leading entertainment figures such as the famed " Freed Unit " at MGM, Jule Styne and Leonard Bernstein.
Al Christie then formed a partnership with his brother Charles to form Christie Film Company which lasted until 1933 when the company went into receivership.
Their partnership lasted just a fortnight ; Walker went on to found Mobile Company of America at the Stanley works in Tarrytown, New York, while Barber moved house to Bridgeport, Connecticut, as Locomobile, the Stanley twins named General Managers.
In 1949 Neutra formed a partnership with Robert E. Alexander that lasted until 1958, which finally gave him the opportunity to design larger commercial and institutional buildings.
The partnership lasted just five months until July 1990, when Gould was sacked from his post and for the third time in his career Harford was promoted from the position of assistant manager to manager.
Pryde and Nicholson formed the Beggarstaff Brothers partnership, which lasted only until about 1900, exploiting woodcuts in particular in innovative poster design.
The two performed frequently with each other over the next several years in a partnership that lasted to the end of Callas's career.
He began writing for Marie Bizet ; Bizet, Bécaud and Vidalin became a successful trio, and their partnership lasted until 1950.
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The Cadillac Institute of Cosmetology ( formerly Cadillac Academy of Beauty ) is a full service teaching salon in downtown Cadillac that offers training for general cosmetologists and specialized technicians to high school students through a partnership with Wexford-Missaukee Intermediate School District.
Others state that for those who accept that Christians can be homosexual, the sexual ethic aspired to corresponds to the model indicated in scripture and the tradition of the church for heterosexuals ; this entails commitment and fidelity expressed through monogamy and lifelong partnership or union.
Under the doctrine introduced by the 2003 Defense Policy Guidelines, Germany continues to give priority to the transatlantic partnership with the United States through the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
The new stadium is a 50 / 50 partnership between the Giants and Jets, and while the stadium is owned by the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority on paper, the two teams jointly built the stadium using private funds, and administer it jointly through New Meadowlands Stadium Corporation.
According to Georgia Tech political analyst, Nehru's policy on Tibet was to create a strong Sino-Indian partnership which would be catalysed through agreement and compromise on Tibet.
The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and / or Desertification, Particularly in Africa is a Convention to combat desertification and mitigate the effects of drought through national action programs that incorporate long-term strategies supported by international cooperation and partnership arrangements.
It offers master's degree and doctoral programmes at its main headquarters in San José, Costa Rica, and carries out various activities related to the international peace and security objectives of the United Nations ( UN ) through centres and offices located in Addis Ababa, Geneva, New York, The Hague, and South Korea, and through partnership arrangements with numerous other institutions worldwide.
XCOR Aerospace also plans to initiate a suborbital commercial spaceflight service with the Lynx rocketplane in 2012 through a partnership with RocketShip Tours.
Ownership of the partnership has been ceded to four limited liability corporations named Omega Management I through IV.
Syrah was introduced into Washington state in 1986 by Red Willow Vineyard through their partnership with Woodinville, Washington based Columbia Winery and Master of Wine David Lake.
Originally named " UP Movietone ", in view of a partnership with the Movietone News service of 20th Century Fox, it went through several partnerships and name changes and was known as United Press International Television News or simply as UPITN, a name which also credited UPI's film and video service partner at the time, Britain's ITN television news service.
::# Te Taura Whiri should function as a Crown – Māori partnership through the equal appointment of Crown and Māori appointees to its board.
The current administration's seven-member council has publicly stated that the tribal nation's priorities are protecting tribal sovereignty ; focusing on the educational, emotional and physical well being of tribal members ; and working to leverage the tribe's financial and economic strengths through partnership initiatives, both locally and abroad.
* Leading work to develop the UN framework for the post-Kyoto climate negotiations through a close partnership with the UN ’ s leadership and retired heads of State throughout the world ( The Club of Madrid );
# Many organizations revisit their enterprise business model during a downturn to reduce cost through new collaboration and partnership models and by reconfiguring the asset mix.
His government also introduced the 35-hour workweek, provided additional health insurance for those on the lowest incomes through the creation of CMU ( which made health care in France a universal right, and was regarded by Lionel Jospin and Martine Aubry as one of the “ beacons ” of their incumbency ), promoted the representation of women in politics, expanded the social security system, and created the PACS – a civil partnership or union between two people, whether of opposite genders or not.
The administration further refined its strategic ideas in July 1969 when the president issued a statement that came to be known as the " Nixon Doctrine ", stressing " pursuit of peace through partnership with our allies.
In September 1935, Earhart and Mantz formally established a business partnership they had been considering since late 1934 by creating the short-lived Earhart-Mantz Flying School which Mantz controlled and operated through his aviation company, United Air Services, located at the Burbank Airport about five miles from Earhart's Toluca Lake home.
Beginning in 2006, Global Heritage Fund, in partnership with the Second University of Naples ( SUN, Italy ), the Libyan Department of Antiquities, and the Libyan Ministry of Culture, has been working to preserve the ancient site through a combination of holistic conservation practices and training of local skilled and unskilled labor.
In a crucial partnership with Archie Jackson, Bradman battled through a difficult session when England fast bowler Harold Larwood bowled short on a pitch enlivened by the rain.
This partnership between the Brotherhood and the government stems from the French colonial administrators, who had viewed the production of groundnuts by the Mourides as a means of economic advantage through the increasing production of crops for export.
Page and Plant became a full-fledged performing act from 1994 through 1998, releasing the Unledded album in 1994 and following with an enormously successful tour in 1995: Fourteen years of speculation from their fans and occasional sniping between the two former members ended when Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin reconvened their former musical partnership to produce No Quarter.