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 European U-18 Championship 1988
Ireland 0-2 Norway 15.09.1987 Porsgrunn Norway 5-1 Northern Ireland 22.09.1987 Aberdeen Scotland 1-3 Norway 13.10.1987 Stavanger Norway 2-2 Wales 24.11.1987 Cardiff Wales 2-3 Scotland 19.02.1988 Belfast North.
Ireland 1-2 Wales 05.05.1987 Newport Wales 0-2 Norway 07.05.1987 Bangor North.
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 Found this about defined
310 The Local Government Act 1988 Defined Activities Specified Periods England Regulations 1988 Local Government, England and Wales noauthor defined
332 The Local Government Act 1988 Defined Activities Exemption Wales Amendment Regulations 1997 Local Government, England and Wales noauthor defined
301 The Local Government Act 1988 Defined Activities Specified Periods England Regulations 1995 Local Government, England and Wales noauthor defined
britain.depilzman.de /defined_ccc.html

  
 hiv.aids.fiction.bibliography-11.02.93
(1993) Writing AIDS : gay literature, language and analysis New York : Columbia University Press Nava, Michael (1988) Goldenboy Osborn, M. Elizabeth(1990) The Way We Live Now: American Plays and the AIDS Crisis New York: Theatre Communications Group Patrick, Robert.
al()AIDS: Personal Stories in Pastoral Perspective Pilgrim Press Shewey, Don, ed (1988) Out Front: Contemporary Gay and Lesbian Plays New York: Grove Stambolian, George (1988) Men on Men 2: Best of New Gay Fiction NY: NAL,.
(1986) Men on Men: Best of New Gay Fiction NY: NAL,.
www.qrd.org /qrd/aids/1993/hiv.aids.fiction.bibliography-11.02.93   (197 words)

  
 BerksFHS Library Catalogue Dyfed, Wales
[1988] {R/DFD/6/M} Wales Dyfed Parish Register List Dyfed CC Wales Dyfed RO, Cardinganishire Education Dyfed CC Web-page produced by DandyLion Services
{R/DFD/6/N} Wales Dyfed Members Interests 1988 Dyfed FHS
Wales Dyfed Introduction to Local Maps Dyfed CC Wales Dyfed Local Newspapers
www.berksfhs.org.uk /librarycatalogue/libcatDFD.htm   (197 words)

  
 Princess Theatre Hunstanton
The late Princess of Wales and her two children Princes William and Harry, the Princess Royal and her two children Peter and Zara Phillips together with Lady Jane Fellowes all attended on Thursday 30th December at the 2.30pm performance.
In December 1988 the Princess Theatre was honoured by an informal visit from the Royal Family to the pantomime Cinderella.
In 1988 a full-time Theatre Manager was also appointed and The Princess Theatre then remained open throughout the year.
www.princesstheatrehunstanton.co.uk /pages/history.html   (622 words)

  
 Australia Day Council New South Wales
Re-enactments of Phillip's landing continued to be an accepted part of Australia Day ceremonies around the country and it wasn't until the Bicentennial in 1988 that the New South Wales government refused to condone a re-enactment as part of their official proceedings.
Regionally across New South Wales, an increasing number of Indigenous communities are participating in their local Australia Day ceremonies.
However, in both city and country, unlike the 1988 Bicentenary, little in the way of permanent structures and reminders were created during 1938.
www.australiaday.com.au /history.html   (5920 words)

  
 eBay - books rugby league, Nonfiction Books, Fiction Books items on eBay.com
RUGBY LEAGUE OFFICIAL YEARBOOK OF THE NSWRL 1988-89
#234 2 Rothmans Rugby League Yearbooks 1988 1989
THE RUGBY REBELLION - The Divide of League and Union
search-desc.ebay.com /search/search.dll?query=books+rugby+league&...   (339 words)

  
 Management Profiles
Tom was elected to the Council of The Football Association of Wales (FAW) in 1966.
The Football Association of Wales: In 1982, elected to the governing body, serving the Association on various committees including Chairman of the Intermediate Committee during the formation of a senior league to cover the North of the country.
Appointed Assistant Secretary of the Welsh Football League in 1986/87 and Treasurer in 1988/89.
www.welshleague.org.uk /profiles.htm   (2275 words)

  
 AVJ 75,5,May'97 pp349-
In northern New South Wales, spring is usually a dry period, so that mullet from commercially fished sites tend to be in a more marine environment than at other times of the year.
Fishers in the Swan River reported that occurrence of disease increased in spring and estimated that the proportion of infected fish per catch in 1988 and 1989 were as high as 5 to 8%.
Sampling started in August 1984 and continued until June 1988 except for the period from December 1985 to August 1986.
www.ava.com.au /avj/may97/349.htm   (2631 words)

  
 The Poll Bludger
THE CANDIDATES: Bruce Baird was a senior minister in the Greiner-Fahey New South Wales Government from its election in 1988 until his retirement in 1995.
He then moved into the slaughterhouse of New South Wales politics when he picked up the state seat of Burrinjuck for the Liberals at the 1988 election that brought Nick Greiner to power.
Anderson is one of four New South Wales National Party MPs endorsed by Fred Nile's Christian Democratic Party "in the absence of a CDP candidate in that division".
www.pollbludger.com /fed2004nsw.htm   (12716 words)

  
 Australian Koala Foundation
In Koala Summit - Managing Koalas in New South Wales: Proceedings of the Koala Summit held at the University of Sydney 7-8 November 1988 (Lunney, D., Urquhart, C.A. and Reed, P. Eds).
In (Lunney, D., Urquhart, C.A. and Reed, P. Ed.) Koala Summit - Managing Koalas in New South Wales: Proceedings of the Koala Summit held at the University of Sydney 7-8 November 1988.
Reed, P.C., Lunney, D. and Walker, P. A 1986-87 Survey of the Koala, Phascolarctos cinereus (Goldfuss), in New South Wales and an Ecological Interpretation of its distribution paper.
www.savethekoala.com /refbibliography.html   (12716 words)

  
 North Penn Rugby Football Club :: High School Rugby Website
Founded as a Youth Rugby side in the Spring of 1988, North Penn RFC is one of the only rugby organizations in the world to have emerged from a Youth rugby side into a full-fledged athletic fraternity offering rugby to players of all ages.
The first team ever to take the field for North Penn RFC earned a berth in the USA National High School tournament in 1988, finishing eighth overall in the USA.
These gentlemen had all played rugby in their younger days, and became involved in coaching Youth Rugby teams sponsored by neighboring rugby club.
www.highschoolrugby.org /clubhistory.asp   (2084 words)

  
 The Public Record: New South Wales Election 2003
History/Trivia The new name adopted in 1988 to replace Corrimal, a safe Labor seat that had existed since 1968.
Keira was held from 1988 until 1999 by Col Markham, when following a complex factional deal that involved Attorney-General Jeff Shaw taking the right's position at the top of the Legislative Council ticket, Markham moved to contest neighbouring Wollongong.
For the latest New South Wales election news, visit the NSW 2003 Election site.
pandora.nla.gov.au /pan/34063/20030325/www.abc.net.au/public/elections/2003nsw/electorates/keir.htm   (2084 words)

  
 Vol.9 - Annex: BSE - a selective chronology of legislation by country
Peter Walker (Secretary of State for Wales) 27 December 1988
Lord Sanderson of Bowden (Minister of State, Scottish Office) 14 June 1988
Peter Walker (Secretary of State for Wales) 8 December 1989
www.bseinquiry.gov.uk /report/volume9/Annex.htm   (2495 words)

  
 The Public Record: New South Wales Election 2003
First created in 1988, Londonderry was marked for abolition in the 1991 draft redistribution boundaries.
History/Trivia Londonderry was held by Paul Gibson from 1988 until 1999, when he moved to Blacktown.
For the latest New South Wales election news, visit the NSW 2003 Election site.
pandora.nla.gov.au /pan/34063/20030325/www.abc.net.au/public/elections/2003nsw/electorates/lond.htm   (2495 words)

  
 Public transport : on the railways [in: Preventing graffiti and vandalism]
The Transport Investigation Branch (TIB) of the New South Wales Police reportedly attributed 50 per cent of assaults on trains to youths (The Weekend Australian 17-18 September 1988).
In a 1986 public opinion poll carried out for the New South Wales State Rail Authority (SRA) by ANOP Research Services, 80 per cent of Sydneysiders surveyed said they were worried about their personal safety on trains and were also concerned about graffiti and vandalism.
New York State has also clamped down on the sale of spray paint cans, preventing their sale to minors; and new city ordinances require store owners to keep the sprays behind wire mesh or locked in racks to prevent theft - graffitists' preferred method of obtaining their tools (Sunday Telegraph 25 September 1988).
www.aic.gov.au /publications/crimprev/graffiti/railway-t.html   (2495 words)

  
 Australia Day Council New South Wales
Re-enactments of Phillip's landing continued to be an accepted part of Australia Day ceremonies around the country and it wasn't until the Bicentennial in 1988 that the New South Wales government refused to condone a re-enactment as part of their official proceedings.
However, in both city and country, unlike the 1988 Bicentenary, little in the way of permanent structures and reminders were created during 1938.
The Australia and New Zealand Weekly described 26 January, 1959 in Sydney as a march of 12,000 men, women and children through the city to the Botanic Gardens, led by the NSW Mounted Police, the armed services and sporting personalities.
www.australiaday.com.au /history.html   (2495 words)

  
 Australia Day Council New South Wales
Re-enactments of Phillip's landing continued to be an accepted part of Australia Day ceremonies around the country and it wasn't until the Bicentennial in 1988 that the New South Wales government refused to condone a re-enactment as part of their official proceedings.
Regionally across New South Wales, an increasing number of Indigenous communities are participating in their local Australia Day ceremonies.
However, in both city and country, unlike the 1988 Bicentenary, little in the way of permanent structures and reminders were created during 1938.
www.australiaday.com.au /history.html   (2495 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Print Preview - Clint Eastwood
During this period the actor moved from cowboy films to urban dramas, finding popular acclaim in his role as the hard-bitten, law-bending police officer Harry Callahan in Dirty Harry (1971) and its sequels, Magnum Force (1973), The Enforcer (1976), Sudden Impact (1983, which he also directed and produced), and The Dead Pool (1988).
Other movies Eastwood appeared in during the 1970s and 1980s included Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974), The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976; also directed), Every Which Way But Loose (1978), Escape from Alcatraz (1979), Any Which Way You Can (1980), Honkytonk Man (1982; also directed), and Pale Rider (1985; also directed and produced).
Showing his range of interests, Eastwood directed and produced Bird (1988), a study of the life of American jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker.
encarta.msn.com /text_761562687___4/Clint_Eastwood.html   (163 words)

  
 Index to 'Roomer': References (Authors)
Esser, Janet Brody (ed.), Behind the Mask in Mexico (Museum of New Mexico Press, 1988)
Fergusson, Erna, Dancing Gods: Indian Ceremonials of New Mexico and Arizona (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1988)
Billington, Sandra, 'The New Burlsque: An Undress Rehearsal'
www.folkplay.info /Roomer/References.htm   (163 words)

  
 Chained Library
England and France in the Later Middle Ages (1988); M.C. Prestwich, Armies and Warfare in the Middle Ages: the English Experience (1998); Chickering, Howard and Thomas Seiler, eds., The Study of Chivalry: Resources and Approaches
Hicks, Bastard Feudalism (1995); S.L. Waugh, ‘Tenure to Contract: lordship to clientage in thirteenth-century England’, EHR ci (1988); P.R. Coss, ‘Bastard Feudalism Revised’, Past and Present, no. 125 (1989); D. Crouch, D.A. Carpenter, P.R. Coss, ‘Debate: Bastard Feudalism Revised’, Past and Present, no.
Miller and J. Hatcher, Medieval England: rural society and economic change, 1086-1348; R.H. Britnell, The Commercialisation of English Society, 1000-1500; Chapelot, Jean, The Village and House in the Middle Ages; Gies, Frances, Life in a Medieval Village; Homans, George, English Villagers of the Thirteenth Century; Sweeney, Del, ed.
www.simondemontfort.org /chained_library.htm   (948 words)

  
 New South Wales competitions
When their proposal was rejected the CRL broke away from the NSWRL for a week, but returned to the fold with a promise that a committee would be set up to sort things out.
The CRL wanted a new administration structure, an equal partnership in which the NSWRL looked after league in Sydney, and the CRL looked after it in the bush.
Group 7 (South Coast) covers an area stretching along the south coast of NSW from Nowra to Batemans Bay.
users.hunterlink.net.au /~maajjs/aus/nsw/nswcomps.htm   (948 words)

  
 www.tennisguide.info Site Map Page 1
Snooker Racing Cycling Disability Sport US Sport Other Olympics 2004 ------ N Ireland Scotland Wales.
Tennis Golf Motorspt Boxing Athletics Snooker Racing Cycling Disability Sport Other ------ N Ireland Scotland Wales.
China's first Olympic medal in tennis on Sunday, taking the women's doubles...
www.tennisguide.info /tennis/sitemap   (948 words)

  
 The Archbishop of Wales
Among Barry's publications are O Ddydd i Ddydd (1980), The History of the Church Hostel and Anglican Chaplaincy at the University College of the North Wales, Bangor (1986), Concepts of Mission and Ministry in Anglican Chaplaincy Work (1988) and Ministry in the Church in Wales - the shape of things to come?
Subsequent appointments include: Warden of Church Hostel Bangor; Chaplain and Lecturer in Theology, at the University of Wales Bangor; Director of Ordinands and In-service training advisor in the diocese of Bangor; and Rector of Wrexham.
The Church in Wales’ electoral college, which met on Monday 28th April 2003 at Holy Trinity Church, Llandrindod, elected the Rt Rev Dr Barry Morgan, Bishop of Llandaff as the Archbishop of Wales.
www.churchinwales.org.uk /archbishop   (314 words)

  
 Wales Presbyterian Church
In 1954 it affiliated with United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America and became known as "The Wales Union Church" until 1988 when it was renamed to "Wales Presbyterian Church", its current name.
Wales is a bedroom community with its workers traveling (primarily) to Portland, Lewiston/Auburn, and Augusta, Maine to work, returning home at the end of each workday.
Wales’ school age children are served by a single grade school, Wales Central School, (K - 8) and Oak Hill High School (9 - 12).
www.presbyterynne.org /wales   (858 words)

  
 Web Ferndale at Local.co.uk
Ferndale in the Parishes of Ystradyfodwg & Llanwonno Archives and Libraries Church Records Ferndale contains two modern parishes: Non Conformist Registers Deposited Chapel Baptisms Marriages Burials OS Map Ref Deposited Bethel, Baptist 1923-1988 SS 99999692 GRO
GENUKI: Ferndale in the Parishes of Ystradyfodwg & Llanwonno
Ferndale & Parat Location Krakhella Position 61º 09.3'N 05° 01.2'E Depth Ferndale 8-45m Parat 40-60m Chart N787 The Ferndale was a 4300gt motor vessel built in 1925.
www.local.co.uk /Ferndale/Web   (456 words)

  
 University of Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A financial crisis in the late eighties caused UWIST and University College Cardiff to merge in 1988, forming the University of Wales College Cardiff (UWCC).
The senior Vice-Chancellor is Professor Antony Chapman, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.
The University was composed of colleges until 1996, when the University was reorganised with a two-tier structure of member institutions in order to absorb the Cardiff Institute of Higher Education (which became the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC)) and the Gwent College of Higher Education (which became University of Wales College, Newport (UWCN)).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/University_of_Wales   (780 words)

  
 House of Commons Hansard Debates for 22 May 1989
Friend the Secretary of State for Wales last met the president of the National Museum of Wales on 14 November 1988, when a range of issues including budgetary and financial matters was discussed.
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales, pursuant to his answer of 21 March, Official Report, column 501, whether the woodland grant scheme applications at Maesllymystyn and Gesail Ddu are in respect of adjoining land.
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales if he will visit Shotton county infants school to meet the parents and staff to receive a petition concerning the need for additional capitation allowances to enable the school to purchase essential materials for classroom activities.
www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk /pa/cm198889/cmhansrd/1989-05-22/Writtens-1.html   (780 words)

  
 BBC NEWS UK Wales Welsh place names online database
In 1988, the Board of Celtic Studies of the University of Wales decided that such a remarkable resource should be safeguarded and made more widely available, and a project was launched to transform the archive into a database.
The database, known as Archif Melville Richards is maintained by staff at Canolfan Bedwyr at Bangor, Wales' leading language technologies centre.
In 2001 Professor Hywel Wyn Owen, director of the Place Name Research Centre at Bangor, obtained a grant of almost £250,000 and four researchers were employed to complete the task in three years.
news.bbc.co.uk /go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/wales/4732993.stm   (525 words)

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