Fisher, an alumna of Stanford, in 1969.
Actual first delivery, signed by me for Pan Am, was December 12th 1969.
There were four N1 launch attempts between February 1969 and November 1972.
The leg spinner had been a Test cricketer for 10 years when he first came to The Oval in 1969.
Pura Belpré’s Santiago (1969) is about a Puerto Rican boy in the United States.
He also published Poetry from Australia (1969) with Judith Wright and William Hart-Smith.
During that time, he married (1969) Mary Blackshear, and the couple later had three children.
Wright withdrew from regular competition about 1969, but she continued to compete into the 1990s.
Armstrong’s novel Sounder (1969) was nominated for an Academy Award, making Elder the first African…
In 1967 and 1969 the Congress Party suffered serious election losses, and in 1969 it split.
…in the title role of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969), for which she received an Academy Award for best actress.
The Apollo 11 Moon landing launched on 16 July 1969 and touched down on the Moon on 20 July 1969, four days later.
It was first described in 1969, in McCarthy 1983; the earliest generally accessible publication on the topic is McCarthy & Hayes 1969.
They gained fame for the films Salesman (1969), about four door-to-door Bible salesmen, and Gimme Shelter (1970), which covered the 1969…
In contrast, from 1969 to the end of the 1990s the party had five leaders, two of whom—James Chichester Clark (1969–71) and Faulkner (1971–74)—were in office for only three years.
He published another novel, A Sport and a Pastime (1967), while working as a screenwriter; among his filmed works are Three (1969) and the Robert Redford vehicle Downhill Racer (1969).
He further developed this and other themes in such works as No More Secondhand God (1962), Utopia or Oblivion (1969), Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth (1969), Earth, Inc. (1973), and Critical Path (1981).
Branch campuses are located in Arlington (founded 1895), El Paso (1913), Edinburg (Pan American branch; 1927), Richardson (Dallas branch; 1961), Odessa (Permian Basin branch; 1969), San Antonio (1969), Tyler (1971), and Brownsville (1973).
He was assistant Professor of Physics at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, from 1967 to 1969, Modeling and Simulation Group Supervisor of the Litton Mellonics Division, Scientific Support Laboratory, Fort Ord, California, from 1969 to 1971, and from 1971 to 1973, he was a Senior Research Associate at Resources for the Future.
In addition to his work as a journalist, Beuve-Méry wrote a number of books, among them Vers la plus grande Allemagne (1939; “Toward a Greater Germany”), Réflexions politiques (1951; “Political Reflections”), Le Suicide de la IVe République (1958; “The Suicide of the Fourth Republic”), and Onze ans de règne: 1958–1969 (1974; “An Eleven-Year Reign: 1958–1969”).
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In addition to his work as a journalist Beuve-Méry wrote a number of books among them Vers la plus grande Allemagne 1939 Toward a Greater Germany Réflexions politiques 1951 Political Reflections Le Suicide de la IVe République 1958 The Suicide of the Fourth Republic and Onze ans de règne 1958–1969 1974 An Eleven-Year Reign 1958–1969