Bad as that is, it is up on the three years of 1970.
Heath became prime minister in 1970 and Thatcher was appointed secretary for education.
“The Dolphin Letters, 1970-1979” brings to life one of literary history’s most famous scandals.
By 1970 nearly half of all African Americans lived in Northern cities.
After 1970, however, the trend toward migration to the west was reversed.
In 1970 he rode Nijinsky to victory as the winner of the English Triple Crown.
In South Korea the fall in the TFR has been precipitous, from 4.5 in 1970 to 1.2 now.
That is, a model estimated through 1969 would work terribly in predicting the early 1970's.
In 1970 she also recorded a comprehensive performance-lecture entitled The History of Jazz.
The Railway Children (1970) We try to get the children to watch at least one classic movie a month, to break up the usual Pixar onslaught.
Following Black September, as the expulsion of the PLO came to be known, in 1970–71 the fedayeen migrated to Lebanon, which became their main base until 1982.
He said the drug, which he began using around 1970, gave the Minnesota transplant teams notably better results than other surgical centers were getting with a product offered by a pharmaceutical company.
Robert Gordon proposes a simple thesis – since 1970, there have been no inventions that rival the great inventions, like electricity, urban sanitation and pharmaceuticals, achieved between 1870 and 1970.
From 1970 through 1976 Brown was also a founding member of the improvisational Grand Union, and in 1970 she formed her own company, the Trisha Brown Dance Company, which was an all-female dance company until 1979.
Following the release of the quartet’s first album, Déjà Vu (1970), Young penned and sang “Ohio,” an anthem that rallied campus activists after National Guardsmen killed four antiwar demonstrators at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, in May 1970.
It also explains how Hain’s motivation was to block the South Africa cricket tour of England in 1970 – and how the touring Springbok rugby team became a dress rehearsal of vehement anti-apartheid protests from early November 1969 to late January 1970.
He also worked as a composer and arranger for commercials, films (including Shaft, 1971, with Isaac Hayes; Across 110th Street, 1972; and Cleopatra Jones, 1973), and television (including Barefoot in the Park, 1970–71, The Mod Squad, 1970–73, and Starsky and Hutch, 1975).
In 1970 his bold arrangements featured prominently on John’s second album, Elton John, (which included his first chart hit, Your Song) and in quick succession came Tumbleweed Connection (also 1970), Madman Across the Water (1971), and, in the same year, the soundtrack to the teen romance film Friends, on which Buckmaster was credited as co-composer as well as orchestral arranger.
Gamal Abdel Nasser, Arabic Jamāl ʿAbd al-Nāṣīr, (born January 15, 1918, Alexandria, Egypt—died September 28, 1970, Cairo), Egyptian army officer, prime minister (1954–56), and then president (1956–70) of Egypt who became a controversial leader of the Arab world, creating the short-lived United Arab Republic (1958–61), twice fighting wars with Israel (1956, 1967), and engaging in such inter-Arab policies as mediating the Jordanian civil war (1970).
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