Overview of ERA

  • ERA CVD announces the launch of the first EXCELLENT PAPER IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH AWARD: The award will emphasize the importance of CVD and is designed as a form of support and encouragement for young researchers at the early stage of their career. read more: EXCELLENT PAPER IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH AWARD.
  • ERA-CVD has developed a Strategic Research Agenda for Cardiovascular Diseases (SRA-CVD) “Challenges and Opportunities for Cardiovascular Disease Research” which can now be downloaded as PDF-file. read more: Strategic Research Agenda for Cardiovascular Diseases (SRA-CVD).
  • ERAPLANET participated the 10th GEO European projects workshop “Fostering Open Earth Observation for Europe” which took place in Berlin, 31 May-2 June, at the facilities of the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, co-hosted
  • ERA introduces students to elements foundational to their time at BC and over the rest of their lives—how to be complete people, cultivate community, design solutions to help solve complex issues, and discover purpose in their vocations and beyond.
  • An era is a span of time defined for the purposes of chronology or historiography, as in the regnal eras in the history of a given monarchy, a calendar era used for a given calendar, or the geological eras defined for the history of Earth.
  • ERA is useful because it’s popular and easy to find, but other than convenience, there’s really no reason you would want to know about ERA rather than either RA9 or FIP, depending on your question or philosophical leanings.
  • ERA-CVD is a European Research Area Network (ERA-Net) comprising 24 partners from 19 countries/regions that has been granted for funding through the current EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation ‘Horizon 2020’.
  • Eran Tromer, Bitzecfounding scientist, associate professor at Tel Aviv University and research scientist at Columbia University explains why it’s the honest citizen who is penalized when privacy is absent.
  • Eradication would contribute to preserving and enhancing the quality of this estuarine wetland and wildlife habitat while promoting species diversity and reopening scenic vistas.
  • ERA-NET NEURON celebrated the start of the new five years period (2021 to 2025) with a symposium under the motto ‘Together for brain research’, on January 27th, 2021.
  • Network

    For enterprises and large public venues, ubiquitous, multi-operator in-building wireless connectivity is increasingly critical for employee productivity, customer satisfaction and even brand reputation.For building owners and managers, excellent wireless connectivity can increase property value.For mobile network operators, neutral hosts and system integrators, the system must be economical to install and manage, and flexible to meet evolving mobile technologies and customer needs.


    Open up Europe’s Natural Environment!Free access to the open countryside for all citizens is a fundamental aim of the European Ramblers’ Association (ERA).Therefore ERA promotes a Europe wide free and easy access to nature, further investment in the development of marked paths and the integration of walkers’ interests in planning and legal regulations.Access to nature – ERA resolution 2016


    At this time, you can only have one account associated with one eRA account.If you have multiple eRA accounts, then you are not going to be able to use the same account for all of your eRA accounts.  Once you associate a account to one of your eRA accounts, that account will be tied to only that eRA account.  In the future, we may support the ability to associate one account to multiple eRA accounts.  In the meantime, does not restrict the number of accounts you may have, as long as they use a different primary email address.  Therefore, you can use another account to associate with another eRA account that you may have.If you prefer not to use multiple accounts (one for each eRA account), then it is recommended that you not use the new capability at this time until we support the use of multiple eRA accounts.If you are a reviewer who has multiple eRA accounts, it is recommended that you associate your account to the eRA account that you use to perform your review activities, as reviewers are transitioning to the required use of first.

    Could the Equal Rights Amendment still be ratified today?

    Virginia legislators’ decision to approve the Equal Rights Amendment means that the Amendment has fulfilled the requirement for three-fourths of the states to ratify a Constitutional Amendment.However, the ERA still faces another major obstacle: a past Congress had set a deadline for the Amendment’s ratification.

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    How do I get involved?

    If you want to support the ERA becoming law, you can donate to advocacy groups such as the Alice Paul Institute and the ERA Coalition.Each provide “toolkit” materials, available for free download, which you can post on social media in an effort to raise awareness.

    How does it work?

    You need to ask your doctor to include the ERA test as one step more of your IVF treatment.

    How would an Equal Rights Amendment affect women’s rights?

    Although American women have made significant gains in equality since the 1970s — and certainly since the 1920s — advocates say that an Equal Rights Amendment could still have a profound effect on the law and on American society.

    If the ERA does pass, would women lose alimony, child support, and other benefits?

    No, not necessarily.

    Is ERA for you?

    Indicated for all patients starting assisted reproductive treatments, and has the greatest benefit for those who have experienced repeated implantation failures.

    Is passing the Equal Rights Amendment necessary?

    It depends on who you ask.


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    Should the United States Create a Human Right to Health Care?

    Canada’s experience with treating health care as a right provides lessons for universal health care in America.

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    Nope.Try it today and experience how easy it can be.

    What did the Equal Rights Amendment promise, and has that changed today?

    In its simplest form, the Equal Rights Amendment promises that “equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” You can read the rest of the amendment here.

    What is the Equal Rights Amendment?

    For a document that carries so much political weight and history, the Equal Rights Amendment is surprisingly short.

    What is walking?

    Hiking/walking is moving on foot in the outdoors.  It is a free-time activity with physical movement of different intensities which supports both mental and physical well-being.   A typical walk: •    has a duration of more than one hour,•    has been planned in advance,•    uses appropriate resources,  •    may require suitable equipment.

    Who first proposed the Equal Rights Amendment?

    The Equal Rights Amendment was written by Alice Paul (1885-1977), the founder of the National Woman’s Party.

    Who opposes the Equal Rights Amendment today?

    Although vocal naysayers like Schlafly are far less common in 2020 than they were in the 1970s, there’s still powerful opposition to the Equal Rights Amendment.In May, according to CNN, the Trump administration asked a federal court to throw out the Ferriero lawsuit.

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    ERA® is the most endorsed diagnostic test available, backed by 24 publications.

    Why did the Equal Rights Amendment of 1972 fail?

    In passing the Equal Rights Amendment, Congress had set a seven-year deadline for ratification.At first, ratification seemed to be a given, with states quickly approving the amendment, but those ratifications slowed to a trickle.Crucially, the amendment’s passage had had a major consequence: mobilizing anti-feminists, including its arch-opponent Phyllis Schlafly, to defeat it.

    Why does the ERA matter?

    Most state constitutions, including in states that haven’t ratified the amendment, already include amendments for gender equality, and there are several federal laws (such as the Equal Pay Act of 1963, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978, and Titles VII and IX of 1964 and 1972 respectively) that make discrimination against women illegal.

    Would a National Popular Vote Make Every Vote Count?

    Proposed legislation could change state regulations that allocate presidential electoral votes.

    History of ERA

  • In 1805, under the rule of King Louis Napoleon, the Netherlands decided that the striking and distribution of coins should be the responsibility of a single, national body, as several different coins were circulating within the country bringing issues of bureaucracycontrolling.
  • In 1810, parts of West Florida were annexed by the proclamation of President James Madison, who claimed the region as part of the Louisiana Purchase.
  • In 1812, a group of settlers from Georgia, with de facto support from the U.S.
  • In 1815, about 30 percent of all reported deaths in New York were children under 5.
  • In 1824, at age twenty-eight, the French engineer Sadi Carnot reasoned that the maximum efficiency of a heat engine depends only on the Kelvin temperatures of the two reservoirs.
  • In 1836, Jackson issued the Specie Circular, an order that federal lands would be sold only for gold or silver instead of banknotes or credit.
  • In 1839, Terror was assigned to a voyage to the Antarctic with HMS Erebus under the overall command of James Clark Ross.
  • In 1843, the British statistician William Farr compared life expectancies in three parts of England: rural Surrey, metropolitan London and industrial Liverpool.
  • In 1844, Miami became the county seat, and six years later a census reported there were ninety-six residents in the area.[20] The Third Seminole War was not as destructive as the second, but it slowed the settlement of southeast Florida.
  • In 1846, the United States went to war against Mexico and sent a naval and land expedition to conquer Alta California.
  • In 1847, Switzerland added the ‘statute referendum’ to their national constitution.
  • In 1850, William Heath Davis promoted a new development by the bay shore called “New San Diego”, several miles south of the original settlement; however, for several decades the new development consisted only of a pier, a few houses and an Army depot for the support of Fort Yuma.
  • In 1876, the levee was reconstructed, and no further diversions into San Diego Bay have occurred.
  • In 1883, the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad connected Pensacola and the rest of the Panhandle to the rest of the state.
  • In 1884 the South Florida Railroad (later absorbed by Atlantic Coast Line Railroad) opened full service to Tampa.
  • In 1885 three Independent Crofter candidates were elected to Parliament, which listened to their pleas.
  • In 1885, they created a new constitution, followed by statutes through 1889 that disfranchised most blacks and many poor whites.[65]
  • In 1890, according to the project of the designer S.
  • In 1894 the Florida East Coast Railway reached West Palm Beach; in 1896 it reached Biscayne Bay near Miami.
  • In 1900, its population was only 528,542, of whom nearly 44% were African American, the same proportion as before the Civil War.[67] Forty thousand blacks, roughly one-fifth of their 1900 population levels in Florida, left the state in the Great Migration.
  • In 1905 a Monetary Reform occurred and the coin design changed some.
  • In 1914 the guilder was traded at a rate of 2.46 guilders = 1 U.S.
  • In 1917, Paul was sentenced to seven months in prison for picketing the White House, and was force-fed after going on a prison hunger strike.
  • In 1918, there were fewer than two billion human beings alive in the world, and today there are nearly eight billion.
  • In 1921, the city of San Diego filed suit against the Cuyamaca Water Company to establish its paramount right to the water of the San Diego River.
  • In 1921, the Supreme Court held that Congress could put such limits into a proposed amendment—but not that it is required to do so.
  • In 1931, Arnold Frederic Wilkins joined Watt’s staff in Slough.
  • In 1935 El Capitan Dam was constructed 27 miles up the San Diego River; this reduced the sediment entering the bay considerably.
  • In 1938, silver notes were reintroduced for 1 and 2+1⁄2 guilders.
  • In 1938, the guilder purchasing power would be approximately equal to 9.54 U.S.
  • In 1939, Florida was described as “still very largely an empty State.”[71] Subsequently, the growing availability of air conditioning, the climate, and a low cost of living made the state a haven.
  • In 1939, General Labourer and Unpaid Domestic Duties were the top reported jobs for men and women in the UK named Scoins.
  • In 1939, World War II ended automobile production, but the company had 400 employees building 150 bodies a month.
  • In 1940, Laborer and New Worker were the top reported jobs for men and women in the US named Vergo.
  • In 1941, following the German occupation, production of all earlier coin types ceased and zinc coins were introduced by the occupational government for 1, 2+1⁄2, 5, 10 and 25 cents.
  • In 1942 the AMES Type 7 radar began to take over the job of tracking of targets once detected, and CH moved entirely to the early warning role.
  • In 1943, as part of an effort to make the amendment more palatable to legislators, Paul rewrote the text to echo the “shall not be denied or abridged” wording of the 15th and 19th Amendments.
  • in 1944 (Schrödinger 1944).
  • In 1944, the personification of the Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann, came to German-occupied Hungary to administrate the Final Solution.
  • In 1946 one of Perry’s cooks, George W.
  • In 1949, the peg was changed to 3.8 guilders = 1 dollar, approximately matching the devaluation of the British pound.
  • In 1950 the life expectancy for newborns was already over 60 years in Europe, North America, Oceania, Japan and parts of South America.
  • In 1950, when life expectancy in India and most of Africa had barely budged from the long ceiling of around 35 years, the average American could expect to live 68 years, while Scandinavians had already crossed the 70-year threshold.
  • In 1951, the life-span gap that separated China and the United States was more than 20 years; now it is just two.
  • In 1952, Ericson (1952) reported the presence of vitamin B12, folic acid, in various brown and red seaweeds from the Baltic and North Seas, with content values comparable to that in liver.
  • In 1952, Farina visited the U.S.
  • In 1952, however, the FCC began licensing UHF channels, making it possible for cities such as San Diego to acquire more stations.
  • In 1954, the company diversified by forming a garden-tool division in which it utilized its machine-tool expertise to manufacture mowers, tractors, snow throwers, and later, recreational vehicles.
  • In 1955, Kansas City became a major league city when the Philadelphia Athletics baseball franchise relocated to the city in 1955.
  • In 1955, the Dodgers, perennial National League pennant winners, won the only World Series for Brooklyn against their rival New York Yankees.
  • In 1961, the guilder was revalued to 3.62 guilders = 1 dollar, a change approximately in line with that of the German mark.
  • In 1966, Claude R.
  • In 1967, General Electric (GE) and Ansaldo Meccanico Nuclearek founded the FN (Fabbricazioni Nucleari, Nuclear Manufacturing) joint venture.
  • In 1968, the company shortened its name to MTD Products, Inc.
  • In 1972, an order was placed with Ansaldo to build a 40 MWe prototype at the Latina site, but this was not finished until 1988 due to technical problems.
  • In 1972, the ABA adopted policies supporting constitutional equality for women and condemning discriminatory hiring practices within the legal profession on the basis of gender, religion, race, or national origin.
  • In 1973 Kodak introduced Ektasound—magnetic recording on the actual Super 8 film.[36] The sound track was added on the edge of the film opposite to the perforations.
  • In 1973 the system was upgraded with a larger cartridge, which includes film with magnetic sound.
  • In 1973, EDF, Enel and RWE (later replaced by SBK) entered into a cooperation agreement that provided for the construction of the Superphénix and SNR-2 FBRs.
  • In 1973, SBK was joined by the UK's Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB).
  • In 1974 Walter Breen suggested the CONSTELLATIO
    NOVA word order as the correct form since it was better Ciceronian
    Latin and was found in contemporary sources.
  • In 1974, after trying his hand at other careers, Bill decided that it was time to continue the family tradition.
  • In 1974, Blackmore took cello lessons from Hugh McDowell (of ELO).[22] Blackmore later stated that when playing a different musical instrument, he found it refreshing because there is a sense of adventure not knowing exactly what chord he’s playing or what key he is in.[23]
  • In 1974, the ABA specifically endorsed ratification of the ERA.
  • In 1975 an even larger 200-foot (61 m) cartridge became available which could be used in specifically designed cameras.
  • In 1977, Rich Davis, a psychiatrist, test-marketed his own concoction called K.C.
  • In 1977, the ERA had won 35—three short of its goal.
  • In 1978, leaders from around the world met in Alma-Ata.1 They declared health as a fundamental human right and made clear that the realisation of health equity was a ‘most important worldwide social goal.’ Despite profound investment and effort, realising this vision has eluded policymakers for nearly 40 years.
  • In 1979 the Royal Canadian Mint pioneered the concept of minting a gold coin without the need for a strengthening alloy in order to produce the Gold Maple Leaf in such high purity.
  • In 1979, Bosch introduced the next generation of Jetronic, called Motronic.
  • In 1980, almost a decade after Bangladeshi independence, a local nonprofit known as BRAC devised an ingenious plan to evangelize the O.R.T.
  • In 1980, the consumer market for Super 8 collapsed.
  • In 1981, the Clippers were bought by Los Angeles-area real estate developer Donald Sterling.
  • in 1982 to replace the defunct Kansas City Philharmonic, which was founded in 1933.
  • In 1982, it was announced that GTE Corp.
  • In 1982, the company opened “Pininfarina Studi e Ricerche” in Cambiano.
  • In 1983, Pininfarina reached an agreement with General Motors to design and build the Cadillac Allanté.
  • In 1984, Sterling again applied to relocate the team to Los Angeles, and despite again being denied permission to do so from the NBA, moved the team to Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena.
  • In 1985 Conta had surpassed Balta in number of inhabitants, essentially thanks to the migration of Kaxinawá from Balta and Santarém, a village further upriver to Balta, who had left the Curanja river in search of new routes to obtain the products that thus far had been provided by the missionaries.
  • In 1985 the company’s Martin, Tennessee plant began operation, and Arnold Corporation was acquired.
  • In 1986, GTE Sprint merged with the United Telecommunications Inc.
  • In 1986, SCP was the first designer furniture manufacturer to produce Hilton’s work.
  • In 1988, U S WEST began marketing its telephone services under the one “U S WEST” name.
  • In 1989, Egyptologist Nabil Swelim examined the pyramid more precisely and found that it was made of small mud bricks, with a quarter of its inner core hewn out of a natural bedrock.
  • In 1991, Susan Faludi documented backlash against feminism, noting, among other points, that mass media played a critical role in elevating unsupported arguments regarding the negative effects of feminism on women’s lives.
  • In 1992 Hurricane Andrew caused some 50 deaths and considerable property damage to areas of the county just south of Miami, although the city itself was largely spared.
  • In 1992 officials of Canada’s federal government met with provincial leaders and representatives of native peoples (known in Canada as First Nations) and hashed out a package of constitutional amendments to put before voters.
  • In 1992, Carlyle completed the acquisition of the Electronics division of General Dynamics Corporation, renamed GDE Systems, a producer of military electronics systems.[13] Carlyle would sell the business to Tracor in October 1994.[14] Carlyle acquired Magnavox Electronic Systems, the military communications and electronic-warfare systems segment of Magnavox, from Philips Electronics in 1993.[15] Carlyle sold Magnavox for about $370 million to Hughes Aircraft Company in 1995.
  • In 1992, it became a joint stock company, and in 1999, 40% of its shares went public.
  • In 1993 the company’s Super8 Sound, now called Pro8mm, pioneered the use of the color negative in Super 8 by custom perforating and loading a variety of 35mm film stocks into the Super 8 film cartridge.[4] This included emulsions from Kodak, Fuji and Ilford.
  • In 1994, a group of teenagers discovers that the terrifying events that have haunted their town for generations may all be connected — and that they may be the next targets.
  • In 1994, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and President Nelson Mandela described newly democratic post-apartheid South Africa as the rainbow nation.
  • In 1994, GRP was in charge of MCA’s jazz operations.
  • In 1994/95,
    three canoes capsized with losses of 150 bags of dried shark each and a number
    of people died.
  • In 1995 her collection of verse “Lyubov” (“Love”) came out in Art of Russia.
  • In 1995, Florida Blue Key was sued by graduate student Charles Grapski, who claimed that some of the organization’s members had defamed him during his candidacy for student body president.
  • In 1995, NGC was named the official grading service of the ANA.
  • In 1995, the Congress introduced the Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings Act (DPRA), which became effective 1 February 1996.
  • In 1995, the NSF authorized NSI to begin charging registrants an annual fee for the first time since the domain’s inception.
  • In 1996, the journalist Angela Aleiss revealed that the man known to the world as “The Crying Indian” was born Espera Oscar de Corti in the small town of Kaplan, Louisana.
  • In 1997 the United States Department of Commerce assumed authority over all generic TLDs.
  • In 1997, Berger et al (1998) documented three deceased
  • In 1997, Grusin and Rosen founded N2K Encoded Music, which was renamed N-Coded Music.[15]
  • In 1997, Simovski et al.
  • In 1997, Visconti produced the debut album of The Stone Roses member John Squire’s new band, The Seahorses entitled Do It Yourself.
  • In 1998 GODDESS( Elena Atyurjevskaya) created the Bel Canto Children’s Musical Theater in Saint Petersburg and composed musical claviers for its performances: The Chamomile and the Cornflower, The Little Rose and the Firefly, The Three Fishes, The Seed of Reason, The Great Lord, Zlageya and Azarina, The Bewitched Snow Maiden after her author’s collection of fairytales The Castle of Eternity.
  • In 1998, 61 statewide initiatives were on the ballots, the lowest in a decade.
  • In 1998, Democratic voters dominated areas of the state with a high percentage of racial minorities and transplanted white liberals from the northeastern United States, known colloquially as “snowbirds”.[208] South Florida and the Miami metropolitan area are dominated by both racial minorities and white liberals.
  • In 1998, it signed the Additional Protocol in relation to its safeguards agreements with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
  • In 1998, spurred on by the performances of male rookie of the year Geoff Grant, female rookie of the year Nana Miyagi and veteran Dave Randall, the OTBzz finished first in WTT with a regular season record of 11 wins and 3 losses.
  • In 1998, the Congress amended DPRA to create the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) by redefining the above-noted subscription services of DPRA as “preexisting subscription services” and expanded the statutory license to include new categories of digital audio services that may operate under the license.
  • In 1998, the team started charging $7 for general admission tickets.[7]
  • In 1999, recording artists formed the Recording Artists’ Coalition to repeal supposedly “technical revisions” to American copyright statutes which would have classified all “sound recordings” as “works for hire”, effectively assigning artists’ copyrights to record labels.[21][22]
  • in 1999.
  • In 2000 the median age for residents was 32, about average for city and county neighborhoods; the percentage of residents aged 19 to 34 was among the county’s highest.[3]
  • In 2000 there were 3,803 military veterans, or 8.5% of the population, a high percentage compared to the rest of the city.[3]
  • In 2000 there were 451,126 households, out of which 30.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 44.6% were married couples living together, 11.4% had a female householder with no husband present, and 39.8% were non-families.
  • In 2000, 76 initiatives made statewide ballots, 17 fewer than what appeared on the ballot in 1996—but still consistent with the decade average of 73 initiatives per election cycle.
  • In 2000, there were 19,286 males and 23,768 females.
  • In 2001, Black Star performed “Money Jungle” with Ron Carter and John Patton for the Red Hot Organization’s compilation album Red Hot + Indigo, a tribute to Duke Ellington, which raised money for various charities devoted to increasing AIDS awareness and fighting the disease.
  • In 2001, immunoassays based on polyclonal antibodies were finally developed that could measure FLCs at normal serum concentrations [81].
  • In 2001, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), which had been an investor in Carlyle managed funds since 1996, acquired a 5.5% holding in Carlyle’s management company for $175 million.[67] The investment was valued at about $1 billion by 2007 at the height of the 2000s buyout boom.[68]
  • In 2001, the Royal Dutch Mint issued the last 1 guilder coin in a gold proof versionbefore the introduction to the Euro.
  • In 2002, Qwest agreed to sell its directory operations, QwestDex, to private equity firms The Carlyle Group and Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe for $7 billion.
  • In 2002, the Licensing Economics Review found in a review of 458 licence agreements over a 16-year period an average royalty rate of 7% with a range from 0% to 50%.[15][16]
    All of these agreements may not have been at “arms length”.
  • In 2002, the song “Hater Players” was used in an episode of The Wire, The Cost.
  • In 2002–2004, the Hughes Turner Project played a number of Rainbow songs at their concerts.
  • In 2003, directory operations in Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming were acquired for $4.30 billion.
  • In 2003, less than 1% of the nation’s electricity was based on
    solar power.
  • In 2003, more than half (51%)
    of the country’s 3.9 trillion kilowatthours of electricity used coal as its
    source of energy.
  • In 2003, operations were shut down as a result of the burst of the dot-com bubble.[24] In 2007, NASDAQ Europe was revived first as Equiduct and was acquired by Börse Berlin later that year.[25]
  • In 2003, Qwest acquired Touch America from 360networks after Touch America filed for bankruptcy.
  • In 2003,
    of the nation’s electricity was fueled by natural gas.
  • In 2004, a new energy law opened up the possibility of joint ventures with foreign companies in relation to nuclear power plants and importing electricity from them.
  • In 2004, Australia, India, Japan, and the U.S.
  • In 2004, Canada enacted the Assisted Human Reproduction Act.[53] Section 2(b) of the Act states, “the benefits of assisted human reproductive technologies and related research for individuals, for families and for society in general can be most effectively secured by taking appropriate measures for the protection and promotion of human health, safety, dignity and rights in the use of these technologies and in related research.” The Act prescribes a fine not exceeding $500,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years, or both, if someone undertakes a proscribed activity such as the creation of a chimera.
  • In 2004, Qwest became the first Regional Bell operating company (RBOC) in the United States to offer Standalone DSL (also known as Naked DSL), i.e.
  • In 2004, the deadline for decommissioning was put back to 2024, with the option of reprocessing allowed5.
  • In 2005 Kodak announced the discontinuation of their most popular stock Kodachrome[10] due to the decline of facilities equipped with K-14 process.
  • In 2005, 2012, and twice in 2013, Haron was convicted of possession of a controlled substance in state court.
  • In 2005, Carlyle, together with Clayton Dubilier & Rice and Merrill Lynch completed the $15.0 billion leveraged buyout of The Hertz Corporation, the largest car rental agency from Ford.[39][40]
  • In 2005, former Chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) Joseph Nacchio, former President and chief operating officer (COO) Afshin Mohebbi and seven other former Qwest employees were accused of fraud in a civil lawsuit filed by the SEC.
  • In 2019, Energy Efficiency Alberta and the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre partnered to administer the Community Generation Capacity Building Program.
  • In 2014, a 27-year-old entrepreneur offered his Wisconsin vacation home in exchange for Dogecoin after receiving no compelling offers for several months.
  • In 1943 Erwin Schrödinger gave a series of lectures at the Dublin
    Institute for Advanced Studies, which were published as What is

  • In 1997, CDCC decided to upgrade its margining system and began using the Standard Portfolio Analysis of Risk (SPAN), which was created by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME).
  • In 2019, three men were arrested in a $722 million cryptocurrency fraud scheme.
  • In 2019, Zara’s annual net sales (including those of Zara Home) were €19.5 billion (about $22 billion).
  • In the 1800s, however, the wave properties of light (by which is meant electromagnetic radiation in general) became glaringly obvious and scientists had essentially thrown the particle theory of light out the window.
  • In the 1930s, British botanist Arthur Tansley introduced the term ecosystem to describe a community of organisms interacting with each other and their environments: air, water, earth, etc.
  • In the 1990s, a number of startups made efforts at furthering the goals of DigiCash.
  • (In 2005, Kass relinquished the Council chairmanship to Edmund Pellegrino, an 85-year-old medical ethicist and former president of the Catholic University of America.) Everyone knows about the Bush administration’s alliance with evangelical Protestantism.
  • (In 2018 Puerto Rico received an additional $1.27 billion for disaster nutrition assistance after Hurricane Maria.)
  • “In 2010, there were 13,000 people in this community and 10,000 of them were unchurched,” said Pastor Brandon Petty.
  • In 1392, the Goryeo kingdom was overthrown and the state of Joseon dynasty was founded.
  • In 1404 the first mention of tokens that is
    known occurred (as was pointed out by Dr.
  • In 1559, Don Tristán de Luna y Arellano established a settlement at present-day Pensacola, making it the first attempted settlement in Florida, but it was mostly abandoned by 1561.
  • In 1565, the settlement of St.
  • In 1633, “mun” was made the main currency of Korea and copper and bronze coins were issued denominated in this currency unit.
  • In 1648, following several months of civil war, King Charles I was captured, put on trial and then on January 30, 1649, he was beheaded.
  • In 1662 it was granted the half Mint Custom by a concession of the Nayak of Tanjore.
  • In 1710 a group of 280 refugees from Florida that included the Cacique of “Maimi” arrived in Cuba.[4] In 1738, the Maymi had a “fort” on the coast south of Cape Canaveral.[5] In 1743, Spanish missionaries sent to Biscayne Bay reported that a remnant of the Mayaimis (which they called Maimies or Maymíes) were part a group of about 100 people, which also included Santaluzos and Mayaca people, still lived four days north of the Miami River.[6][7] Any survivors were presumed to have been evacuated to Cuba when Spain lost control of Florida in the Treaty of Paris in 1763.
  • In 1779, over 28 militia were garrisoned at Hollidays Cove.
  • In 1783 Robert Morris, who was the Superintendent of Finance during the
    Confederation, hired the British engraver Benjamin Dudley to design a set
    of coins for national use.
  • In 1796 in England, Philip Parry Price, either surnamed Myddelton or from Myddelton, planned a real estate promotion whereby British citizens were to purchase tracts of land in Kentucky.
  • In 2005, hip hop website reported Kweli said that a new Black Star album was “in the pipeline”.[4] On Talib Kweli’s Myspace he posted up a video saying that “We’re going to find Mos Def and put it on camera that there will be a second Black Star album.” In 2006, Mos and Kweli appeared together in the movie Dave Chappelle’s Block Party, alongside Erykah Badu, Common, Jill Scott, Dead Prez and The Fugees, among others.
  • In 2005, Kitagaki traveled with Llewellyn on her first visit to Manzanar since her incarceration.
  • In 2006 eBay vowed to ban sales of smalltooth sawfish.
  • In 2006 the city increased spending on libraries by $2.1 million.[227] A new nine-story Central Library on Park Boulevard at J Street opened on September 30, 2013.[228]
  • In 2006 the Oyster Pond Environmental Trust (OPET) began a multi-year project to remove and eliminate invasive species that were choking the borders and watershed of Oyster Pond, especially phragmites, or common weed (Phragmites australis).
  • In 2006 the weed was overwhelming cattails, bayberry and other natives around Oyster Pond and cutting off view of the pond from Surf Drive and the Shining Sea Bikeway.
  • In 2006, 67% of all citrus, 74% of oranges, 58% of tangerines, and 54% of grapefruit were grown in Florida.
  • In 2006, Business Week listed Enterprise among the top 10 places to begin a career.[14] Although the company’s pay for management trainees was among the lowest on the list (at an average $34,000), “those who catch on”[14] quickly get a chance to run a branch office with the responsibility to generate a profit.
  • In 2006, Cunningham was sentenced to a 100-month prison sentence.[201] He was released in 2013.
  • In 2006, San Diego was rated the best city (with a population over 1 million) for cycling in the U.S.[253]
  • In 2006, Sprint spun off its local telephone operations, including the former United Telephone companies and Centel, as Embarq.[49]
  • In 2006, Sprint’s EV-DO “Power Vision” network reached more than 190 million people.
  • In 2006, the Magneson family protected 472 acres with farmland conservation easements.
  • In 2006, the Russo brothers returned to film, directing the Owen Wilson comedy You, Me and Dupree.
  • In 2007, created the popular Israeli podcast, Making History, with over 14 million downloads as of Oct.
  • In 2007, Dr.
  • In 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint surprised the numismatic world by creating and issuing two very interesting variants of the classic pure gold Maple Leaf one-ounce coin – the world’s largest and purest gold coin ever produced – a 100 kilogram, or 220 pound, “five-nines” fine (or ninety-nine point nine-nine-nine percent pure gold), one million dollar (Canadian) face value coin (although the gold content was worth over TWO million dollars (U.S.) at the time).
  • In 2007, these four countries formed the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue – the Quad – seeking to deepen their cooperation, only to disban…
  • In 2007, when LED technology became more practical for general lighting applications, Vision X invested heavily in that area.
  • In 2008 , Bitcoin mining began and continues till date.[1] CPUs and GPUs were used for mining digital currencies other than bitcoin as well.
  • In 2008, ancient coin certification began (NGC Ancients).
  • In 2008, Bitcoin pioneered the centripetal cryptocurrency and also became the most important and successful application of Blockchain 1.0.
  • In 2008, government policy towards nuclear changed and a substantial new nuclear build program was planned.
  • In 2008, Ken Okuyama presented his first concept car under his own name, the K.O. 7 Spider, a carbon fiber reinforced polymer and unpainted aluminium two-seater.
  • In 2008, some of the banks that ran out of money were bailed out partially using taxpayer money.
  • In 2008, the city estimated that the population had increased to 61,993.
  • In 2008, the Department of Veterans Affairs formed the Project Better Respiratory Equipment using Advanced Technologies for Healthcare Employees (BREATHE) Working Group, composed of a variety of federal stakeholders, to discuss strategies for improving respirator compliance, including the need for more comfortable respirators.
  • In 2009 the reward for the mined block was 50 bitcoins.
  • In 2009, Gene Cunningham sold his remaining Capcom parts to a company located in Georgia, Pinball Inc.
  • In 2009, Haiphong state budget revenue reached 34,000 billion Vnd.
  • In 2009, it partnered with Disney to produce toys and video games and recently, it partnered with Nintendo to launch LEGO Super Mario, featuring an interactive LEGO Mario figure.
  • In 2009, Joe Lynn Turner, Bobby Rondinelli, Greg Smith and Tony Carey created the touring tribute band Over The Rainbow with Jürgen Blackmore (Ritchie’s son) as the guitarist.
  • In 2009, there were 89,706 federal workers employed within the state.[290] Tens of thousands more employees work for contractors who have federal contracts, including those with the military.
  • In 2010 the winning candidate was Eric Ollerenshaw, a Conservative.
  • In 2010, a second MAX line was added on Troost Avenue.[111] The city is planning another MAX line down Prospect Avenue.[112]
  • In 2010, domestication was successful to produce a second generation of young broodstocks and now the breeding technology is being shared with several provinces where T.
  • In 2010, Edvin’s role was expanded when he was promoted to Vice President of Operations.
  • In 2010, Six River Farm rented an established 1/2-acre highbush blueberry parcel.
  • In 2010, the Washington State Department of Corrections partnered with the Washington State Department of Agriculture to evaluate the challenges and opportunities surrounding the procurement of state-local foods for two Washington State correctional facilities.
  • In 2010, when an inflation bug was exploited to mint 184 Billion BTC 5, it was spotted immediately and enough miners could be coordinated to effectively roll back the chain.
  • in 2010.[211] Like most major cities, San Diego had a declining crime rate from 1990 to 2000.
  • In 2011 Szabo himself reflected on the difficulty of what Nakamoto had achieved with Bitcoin.
  • In 2011, budget revenues in the city reached 47,725 billion, increase 19% compared to 2010.[14] In 2015, total revenues of the city reached 56 288 billion.
  • In 2011, Citrix purchased and released the software completely under GNU General Public License (GPLv3); in 2012, the software was relicensed by Citrix under Apache Software License 2.0 (ASLv2) and it was accepted into the Apache Incubator.
  • In 2011, Gene Cunningham declared personal bankruptcy, and all his shares of Illinois Pinball were purchased by Planetary Pinball of California.[3]
  • In 2011, John became the Executive Director after four years as Manager of Operations.
  • In 2011, Nikolajsen moved to the crypto-friendly canton of Zug in Switzerland, where he then built up Bitcoin Suisse, a cryptocurrency financial services firm offering prime brokerage, custody, lending and ancillary services.
  • In 2012, Enterprise launched a mobile concierge website accessible by scanning a QR code for smart phones.
  • In 2012, government of all levels was a top employer in all counties in the state, because this classification includes public school teachers and other school staff.
  • In 2012, Norcross, his brother, state Senator Donald Norcross, and Christie leveraged their combined influence to ensure that a bill called the Urban Hope Act passed the New Jersey Legislature.
  • In 2012, the Central Bureau of Statistics population estimate for the Eilot regional council had risen by 17%, to 3500, while the population of Eilat had risen only slightly (less than 1%) to 47,700 (Central Bureau of Statistics of Israel 2014).
  • In 2012, the Mint announced it was permanently adding a visual security feature to the coin.
  • In 2012, there was only one dice game, but currently, you can find over 20-30 sites which offer dice game with bitcoin, ethereum, doge coin and other cryptocurrencies.
  • In 2013 and 2015, new security features were introduced.
  • In 2013, a laser-micro-engraved textured maple leaf was added on a small area of the reverse (Maple Leaf) side of the coin.
  • In 2013, construction began on a two-mile streetcar line in downtown Kansas City (funded by a $102 million ballot initiative that was passed in 2012) that runs between the River Market and Union Station, it began operation in May 2016.
  • In 2013, EXO released the lead single Wolf which inspired EXO fandom writers to write Wolf AU, incorporating the theme of A/B/O in stories and becomimg widely popular on Asianfanfics, the main website for k-pop RPF.
  • In 2013, Florida refused to participate in providing coverage for the uninsured under the Affordable Care Act, colloquially called Obamacare.
  • In 2013, Kazakhstan allocated $200,000 to help Jordan in dealing with Syrian refugees located on their territory.
  • In 2013, the Japanese government revised the vehicle tax law.
  • In 2013, the Mint introduced a new and unique security feature to confirm the authenticity of its GML coins.
  • In 2014 February, the CEO Brad Lee announced the closing of WCG.[16] Several partners described difficulty working with the CEO and the organization.[17]
  • In 2014 the Nxt community was asked to consider a hard fork that would have led to a rollback of the blockchain records to mitigate the effects of a theft of 50 million NXT from a major cryptocurrency exchange.
  • In 2014 Visconti produced and arranged several tracks on Marc Almond’s album The Dancing Marquis.
  • In 2014, a survey of nearly 200 Vermont dairy workers revealed the average worker labors 60-80 hours per week, and:
  • In 2014, Dr.
  • In 2014, Nguyen Quoc Huy was appointed as the general director of Green World Construction and Commercial Corporation, bringing with him the expertise of a construction engineer.
  • In 2014, the big five oil companies—BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil, and Shell—made $90 billion in profits.
  • In 2015, 11.4 percent of Kansas City households were without a car, which was virtually unchanged in 2016 (11.3 percent).
  • In 2015, after days of rioting in Baltimore in response to the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, an Open Society Foundations memo excitedly commented that “recent events offer a unique opportunity to accelerate the dismantling of structural inequality generated and maintained by local law enforcement and to engage residents who have historically been disenfranchised in Baltimore City in shaping and monitoring reform.” Three straight acquittals of police officers involved in the matter left the prosecution’s case in shreds but made no difference to the Open Society Foundations.
  • In 2015, an 800-room Hyatt Convention Center Hotel was announced for a site next to the Performance Arts Center & Bartle Hall.
  • In 2015, EverdreamSoft was probably the first gaming company to run an ICO, and remains one of the pioneers of this kind of crowdfunding in general. 
  • In 2015, Logmar introduced a limited edition completely new Super 8 Camera,[29] and in 2016, Kodak showed a concept of a new Super 8 camera at the 2016 CES expo.[30] There are literally millions of Super 8 cameras that are still available and viable because of manufacturing methods back in the 1960s and 1970s.
  • In 2015, Logmar of Denmark made a one-off batch of 50 “digicanical” pro-level Super 8 cameras to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Super 8.[18] These cameras use a widened gate as well, providing an 11% increase in imaging area over the standard Super8 frame and achieving aspect ratio of 1.5.[19]
  • In 2015, Mr.
  • In 2015, Russia banned the activities of the Open Society Foundations on its territory, declaring “It was found that the activity of the Open Society Foundations and the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation represents a threat to the foundations of the constitutional system of the Russian Federation and the security of the state”.[39]
  • In 2015, the Bitcoin community responded to these attacks by changing the network’s flooding mechanism to a different protocol, known as diffusion.
  • In 2015, the Cardano project began as an effort to change the way cryptocurrencies are designed and developed.
  • In 2015, the number of healthy years of women in the EU-28 was estimated to be at 63.3 years and of men to be at 62.6 years.
  • In 2015, the price averaged 24.7 euro cents/kWh for households, over 8 cents more than in France. 
  • In 2015, the radial lines on the coin’s background on both sides of the coin were added.
  • In 2016 Ethereum was recognised worldwide and its records were noted worldwide.
  • In 2016, 20,000 people died from overdosing on synthetic opioids, a form of poison in the illicit drug market.
  • In 2016, Eastman Kodak showed a concept[20] for a new Super 8 camera, its first such camera in over 30 years.[21][22] Although Kodak has neither confirmed nor denied it, Logmar is said to have assisted in the design of the transport and the camera’s firmware.
  • In 2016, it produced more than seven times the electricity as solar.
  • In 2016, Taona wrote to the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) representing a private citizen Majoni Mdudzi challenging the constitutionality of Acting Prosector General Ray Goba’s appointment after he was handpicked.
  • In 2016, the ABA once again adopted policy reaffirming the need for, and its support of, ratification of the ERA.
  • In 2016, the Ethereum community faced a difficult decision: The DAO, a venture capital firm built on top of the Ethereum platform, had $50 million in ether stolen from it through a security vulnerability.
  • In 2016, the European Union began a 1-billion euro quantum technologies initiative.
  • In 2016, the OSF was reportedly the target of a cyber security breach.
  • In 2017 huge numbers of people were desperate to join the bitcoin gold rush.
  • In 2017, Ethiopia's Tedros became the first African to head the Geneva-based United Nations agency and made universal health care coverage his priority.
  • In 2017, Florida became the United States’ eighth largest exporter of trade goods.
  • In 2017, JLL had revenue of $7.9 billion and fee revenue of $6.7 billion; managed 4.6 billion square feet, or 423 million square meters; and completed investment sales, acquisitions and finance transactions of approximately $170 billion.
  • In 2017, JLL had revenue of $7.9 billion; managed 4.6 billion square feet, or 423 million square meters; and completed investment sales, acquisitions and finance transactions of approximately $170 billion.
  • In 2017, New Jersey enacted the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (the “Act”).
  • In 2017, Open Society Foundations and other NGOs that promote open government and help refugees have been targeted for crackdowns by authoritarian and populist governments who have been emboldened by encouraging signals from the Trump Administration.
  • In 2017, Russia had the largest remittance flows to Armenia, around 60.5% of overall remittances.
  • In 2017, South Korea’s logistics company Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) held trial runs using a blockchain system developed with Samsung SDS which utilized IoT devices for real-time monitoring.
  • In 2017, the Etheera project was founded by IZ Immobilien Kriens GmbH, a real estate company based in Switzerland with experience on the housing field since 2013.
  • In 2017, the government of Pakistan ordered the Open Society Foundation to cease operations within the country.[41]
  • In 2017, voters approved the formation of a TDD to expand the streetcar line south 3.5 miles from Union Station to UMKC’s Volker Campus.
  • In 2017, Waters ERA celebrated its 40th anniversary.
  • In 2018 alone, the US online video game revenue reached a record $43.8 …
  • In 2018 Coinbase launched their independent mobile wallet for iOS and Android investor protection in your or.
  • In 2018 Coinbase launched their independent mobile wallet for iOS and Android.
  • In 2018 Julia Julia is appointed managing director.With RDAI, Denis and Julia transcend the borders between architecture, interior architecture and design.
  • In 2018 the platform became a national resource for Norwegian life-sciences after a functional integration with the NeLS Bioinformatics platform.
  • In 2018, Abel joined Berkshire Hathaway's board of directors as vice chairman of non-insurance operations.
  • In 2018, Illinois did the same, and, crucially, in January 2020, Virginia finally became the 38th state to ratify the proposal.
  • In 2018, in a Medium post entitled “Satoshi’s Second Gift: The Renewable Energy Bounty Program”, McKibbin laid out his theory on how Bitcoin’s pseudonymous inventor Satoshi Nakamoto, inadvertently or deliberately, encouraged clean energy production.
  • In 2018, SNAP helped households affected by hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma in multiple states, wildfires in California, the eruption of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, and Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina put food on the table.
  • In 2018, Sudev named poet and Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda, writer and activist Jessica Mitford, and Instagram-based writer, Lindsay O’Connel as his literary influences.
  • In 2018, the City adopted a goal to power municipal operations with renewable energy by 2030.
  • In 2018, the company provided a demonstration technology Dogethereum, which allows the conversion of current coins into ERC-20 contracts.
  • In 2018, the exemption is $11.18 and this amount will be indexed annually for inflation until 2026, when the exemption amount is scheduled to revert to $5.49 million, with an adjustment for inflation.
  • In 2018, the focus is RHEL 6 and 7.
  • In 2018, the SEC accused Zachary Coburn, the original developer of EtherDelta, of operating an unregistered securities exchange, and they ultimately settled out of court.
  • In 2018, the team at CAF Russia developed a new medical-social collaboration to support children with diabetes from vulnerable families (single parent families, poverty, parent unemployment, etc.).
  • In 2018, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) clarified their rules relating to fundraising for assets, which made it much harder for new cryptocurrency projects to issue their own tokens in this way.
  • In 2018, there were orders of magnitude more users of Bitcoin, so it is not clear what would have happened if someone had exploited the 2018 vulnerability to mint BTC.
  • In 2019, for the entire cohort, femoral access increased to 95.3%, hospital stay was 2 days, and 90.3% were discharged home.
  • In 2019, IT professionals read our coverage nearly half a million times.
  • In 2019, Nicola Popp, a Western Neuroscience PhD student, was a teaching assistant who helped improve the tutorials and website.
  • In 2019, Scribe’s median title sold 174 copies in the first week.
  • In 2019, the digital asset investing firm CoinShares released a study estimating up to 73% of bitcoin miners use at least some renewable energy as part of their power supply, including hydropower from China’s massive dams.
  • In 2019, the US Department of Agriculture relocated two federal research labs, ERS and NIFA, to the metro area.
  • In 2020, despite inflationary fears due to pandemic-related spending, the U.S.
  • In 2020, despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, bilateral trade reached US$1.6 billion.
  • In 2020, Rebekka Lagacé-Cusiac is the teaching assistant and has been improving tutorials and adding interactive “widgets”.
  • In 2020, the average cost of U.S.
  • In 2020, the first 999 studio album in 13 years arrived, Bish!
  • In 2021 Harmony strives to be a top blockchain for cross-chain finance.
  • In 2021, the Cardano (ADA) price added 133.
  • In 2021-to-date, 13,800 CME Bitcoin futures contracts (equivalent to about 69,000 bitcoin) have traded on average each day.
  • In 2021-to-date, 13.8K CME Bitcoin futures contracts (equivalent to about 69K bitcoin) have traded on average each day.
  • In 2022, the market will reach 72.3 billion US dollars.
  • In 2022-2024, an average price of $25 to $40 is expected.
  • In the 1930s, a fruit drink called “Frutola,” made of a Kool-Aid-esque powder that was mixed into water, was all the rage for kids.
  • In the 1960s, he replaced his literary friends with friends from the pop music world, including Bob Dylan, whom he met in London.
  • In the 1960s, many refugees from Cuba fleeing Fidel Castro’s communist regime arrived in Miami at the Freedom Tower, where the federal government used the facility to process, document and provide medical and dental services for the newcomers.
  • In the 1960s, the fancied god conceived his Theory of Reflexivity.
  • In the 1970s, a number of Japanese citizens disappeared and it has long been suspected that they were abducted by Nor…
  • In the 1970s, an effort to open jazz clubs in the River Quay area of City Market along the Missouri ended in a gang war.
  • In the 1970s, Kansas City attempted to resurrect the glory of the jazz era in a family-friendly atmosphere.
  • In the 1970s, the Kansas City mob was involved in a gang war over control of the River Quay entertainment district, in which three buildings were bombed and several gangsters were killed.
  • In the 1980s the Pioneer Venus Project revealed considerable variation in the concentrations of common volcanic gases sulfur dioxide and methane in the Venusian atmosphere, according to the European Space Agency.
  • In the 1990’s, all attempts at allogeneic transplantation for myeloma failed miserably because of a 50% or higher incidence of death from infections and other complications.
  • In the 1990’s, infusional intravenous therapy with doxorubicin, vincristine, and pulses of very high dose dexamethasone (VAD therapy) was introduced, and multiple large trials (primarily European) showed an added efficacy of autologous stem cell transplantation.
  • In the 2000s Visconti renewed his association with David Bowie, producing the albums Heathen in 2002, and Reality in 2003.
  • In the 2010s, many fintech startups, most notably Wise, WorldRemit, and Remitly have entered the online remittance market and generated competition in a market traditionally dominated by Western Union.[12]
  • On 3 March 2002, the Swiss People and the cantons voted in favour of joining the UN (54.6% of the population and 12 cantons).
  • On 6 October 1998, BT introduced a new system whereby all the information about the location of the calling telephone was transmitted electronically to the relevant service rather than having to read it out (with the possibility of errors).
  • On 7 June 2000, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and Alfa-Bank signed a cooperation agreement, under which the participants agreed to join efforts aimed at the implementation of joint cultural events and creative projects.
  • On 9 August 2007, Joe Lynn Turner and Graham Bonnet played a tribute to Rainbow show in Helsinki, Finland.