Mondale and Ferraro were defeated by Reagan and Bush in 1984.
The previous yearly low was 351.6 million in 1984, the department said.
The result is credited to Bernheim (1984) and Pearce (1984).
Advance Australia Fair, national anthem of Australia, adopted on April 19, 1984.
(1984), a puritanical preacher in Footloose (1984), and a British criminal…
1984 sees Top of the Pops at the height of its 80s pomp - the year of big hair and big tunes.
She retired after the 1984 Games, having won 48 national titles and set 66 world or U.S. records.
She also made television appearances, and her performance in The Jewel in the Crown (1984) was widely acclaimed.
In what sense, if any, are institutions agents (French 1984; List and Pettit (2011); Tollefsen 2015; Epstein 2015)?
Hare (1984, 4) and Simon Blackburn (cf. 1985, 134, and the contrast between ‘supervenience’ and ‘necessity’ in 1984, 183–4.)
In the 80s The Power of Love was a hit for Huey Lewis and the News (1984), Frankie Goes to Hollywood (1984) and Jennifer Rush (1985).
…work in the hit film Splash (1984) earned him leads in other comedies, including Bachelor Party (1984), Volunteers (1985), and The Money Pit (1986).
Millikan (1984) and Papineau (1984) were the first to offer non-informational, “benefit-based” or “consumer-based,” versions of teleological theories of mental content.
A non-psychological account of sexual perversion, one closer to folk biology, claims that only reproduction allows us to distinguish perversions from non-perversions (Ruddick 1984: 287; cf.
Others suggest a nod to Jack London’s novel The Iron Heel (in which a political movement comes to power in 1984), or perhaps to one of his favourite writers GK Chesterton’s story, The Napoleon of Notting Hill, which is set in 1984.
After Davidson’s appeal to supervenience, Terence Horgan (1982, 1984), Jaegwon Kim (1984, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1993), David Lewis (1983), and others began to examine the notion of supervenience itself, and to explore its usefulness for a wide variety of philosophical purposes.
The details of Blackburn’s various presentations of his argument (1971, 1984, and 1985) are complex and raise difficult interpretive questions; the reconstruction that follows is a rather free interpretation of Blackburn’s (1984, 183–4; for sympathetic discussion, see Mabrito 2005 and Mitchell 2017).
Indira Gandhi , in full Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi, née Nehru, (born November 19, 1917, Allahabad, India —died October 31, 1984, New Delhi ), Indian politician who was the first female prime minister of India, serving for three consecutive terms (1966–77) and a fourth term from 1980 until she was assassinated in 1984.
Fel hanesydd, cyhoeddodd yn helaeth ar gymunedau glofaol De Cymru, gan gynnwys The Fed: a History of the South Wales Miners in the Twentieth Century (Caerdydd, 1980) (cyd-awdur gyda'r Athro Dai Smith); Miners Against Fascism: Wales and the Spanish Civil War (Caerdydd, 1984) a History on Our Side: Wales and the Miners Strike of 1984-85.
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Fel hanesydd cyhoeddodd yn helaeth ar gymunedau glofaol De Cymru gan gynnwys The Fed a History of the South Wales Miners in the Twentieth Century Caerdydd 1980 cyd-awdur gyda'r Athro Dai Smith Miners Against Fascism Wales and the Spanish Civil War Caerdydd 1984 a History on Our Side Wales and the Miners Strike of 1984-85