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  January 2003 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Bourake, Côte d'Ivoire, French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin met with political leaders of the Patriotic Movement of the Ivory Coast, who agreed to participate in negotiations to be held in Paris, France, the week of January 15, 2003.
However, two independent rebel groups in the west of the country, assisted by fighters from Liberia, have seized villages and the cocoa crops inside those villages, forcing residents to flee to the port of San Pédro with no possessions.
Tom Ridge is unanimously recommended by a United States Senate subcommittee to be confirmed by the full Senate as head of the new United States Department of Homeland Security which is scheduled to begin operation on January 24.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/January_2003   (3498 words)

 January 28 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
January 28 is the 28th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.
There are 337 days remaining (338 in leap years).
January 27 - January 29 - December 28 - February 28 — listing of all days
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/January_28   (1204 words)

 Turkey Letter of Intent, January 28, 2002
In the electricity sector, in January 2002, subject to legal clarification, we expect the Council of Ministers to adopt a government decree annulling with immediate effect all the projects for which transfer of operating rights (TOOR) contracts are pending.
The February 28, 2002 performance criterion will be calculated using the four working day average of February 11-12 and March 11-12, to take account of the transitory impact of the Bayram religious holiday on currency demand.
The February 28, 2002 target will be calculated using the four working day average of February 11-12 and March 11-12, to take account of the transitory impact of the Bayram religious holiday on currency demand.
www.imf.org /External/NP/LOI/2002/tur/01   (11978 words)

 Portland NORML News - Wednesday, January 28, 1998
January 28, 1998 - Tuesday's tragic shooting death of a police officer (full story) is firing up some very heated debates concerning the cause - and whether it could've been prevented from happening at all.
Stevenson, 28, was shot in the leg in 1990 during the arrest of a drunken-driving suspect.
January 28, 1998 - The firepower that exists in the homes and cars of millions of Americans is a major fear for many police officers.
www.pdxnorml.org /980128.html   (18932 words)

 GeorgiaInfo - Carl Vinson Institute of Government
Thus, Jan. 28, 1732/33 (Old Style) represents Feb. 8, 1733 under the calendar now in effect.
January / February / March / April / May / June / July / August / September / October / November / December
If you have a date related to Georgia history or people that ought to be included, or if know of entries that should be corrected, send a note to Ed Jackson or Charly Pou.
www.cviog.uga.edu /Projects/gainfo/tdgh-jan/jan28.htm   (1110 words)

Just after liftoff at.678 seconds into the flight, photographic data show a strong puff of gray smoke was spurting from the vicinity of the aft field joint on the right Solid Rocket Booster.
This was the beginning of the structural failure of hydrogen tank that culminated in the entire aft dome dropping away.
This released massive amounts of liquid hydrogen from the tank and created a sudden forward thrust of about 2.8 million pounds, pushing the hydrogen tank upward into the intertank structure.
science.ksc.nasa.gov /shuttle/missions/51-l/mission-51-l.html   (1602 words)

 DISEASE INFORMATION 28 January 2005; Vol. 18 - No. 4
The anthrax outbreak was detected on 3 January 2005 following reports from the hospital of Tacna of persons presenting cutaneous anthrax contracted after having handled dead animals.
On 6 January, samples were taken from another animal that had died in the same area.
The disease is thought to have resulted from unvaccinated susceptible animals being exposed to the bacillus on recently ploughed land in an area where cases of anthrax had been observed in past years.
www.oie.int /eng/info/hebdo/AIS_08.HTM   (1670 words)

 Commissioners' Meeting, January 28, 2004
It was moved by Commissioner Carl, seconded by Commissioner Gallagher to approve the tentative bid award date for the purchase of three accessible, small transit buses to be held on March 24, 2004.
It was moved by Commissioner Carl, seconded by Commissioner Gallagher to addend the current contract held with Pediatric Services of America, Norcross, Ga, for residential services, to be reduced by $6,000 for the period of January 14, 2004, to June 30, 2004, to a new cap of $32,272.
It was moved by Commissioner Carl, seconded by Commissioner Gallagher to approve the resignation of Kenneth Smith, full-time Housekeeper, starting January 6, 2004, with his retirement to become effective March 18, 2004.
www.co.schuylkill.pa.us /General/Meetings/Commissioners/2004_01_28.asp   (2865 words)

 WTC Environmental Monitoring: January 26-28, 2002
EPA also sampled for asbestos at two additional lower Manhattan locations on January 22 and January 23.
VOCs - Sampling for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) was conducted from January 25 through January 27 in the direct area of the debris pile at ground zero.
All samples taken from January 25 through January 27 at EPA's Wash Tent (West and Murray Streets), Austin Tobin Plaza, the South Tower debris pile, and the North Tower debris pile either showed no detectable levels of VOC's.
www.epa.gov /wtc/summaries/epa-osha012802.htm   (599 words)

 BBC ON THIS DAY | 28 | 1986: Seven dead in space shuttle disaster
The Challenger's flight, the 25th by a shuttle, had already been delayed because of bad weather.
High winds, then icicles caused the launch to be postponed from 22 January.
But Nasa officials insist safety remains their top priority and there was no pressure to launch the shuttle today.
news.bbc.co.uk /onthisday/hi/dates/stories/january/28/newsid_2506000/2506161.stm   (541 words)

 *Ø*  Wilson's Almanac free daily ezine | Book of Days | January 28 | Lênaia, Dionysus, Runic half-month of ...
Aris’s newspaper carried this news January 23, 1775; John Baskerville was born on January 28, 1706
January 2, 1924) English Victorian churchman, folklorist, hagiographer, antiquarian, novelist and eclectic scholar.
His family home in Devon, Lewtrenchard Manor, has been successfully preserved as he rebuilt it and is today an hotel.
www.wilsonsalmanac.com /book/jan28.html   (2320 words)

 Challenger Accident
On January 28, 1986 America was shocked by the destruction of the space shuttle Challenger, and the death of its seven crew members.
NASA news release, January 22, 1996."The NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL, and community organizations associated with the space program will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Challenger accident on Sunday, Jan. 28, and Monday, Jan. 29.
On January 28, 1986, the Challenger and its seven-member crew were lost 73 seconds after launch when a booster failure resulted in the breakup of the vehicle."
www.fas.org /spp/51L.html   (3783 words)

 Challenger January 28, 1986
Challenger was supposed to be the first mission to put a civilian in space, a teacher in space.
But that was not to be on that cold January morning in Florida.
Seventy-four seconds into the launch something went terribly wrong, as the O-rings in the solid rocket boosters gave way in the cold weather and caused a horrible explosion which remains etched in the minds of anyone who ever saw it.
home.neo.rr.com /thesharktank/challenger.htm   (450 words)

 CNN - Balloon headed out over Mediterranean - January 28, 1998
CHATEAU D'OEX, Switzerland (CNN) -- A team of European balloonists trying to become the first ever to circle the globe is nearing the southern French coast, getting ready to head out over the Mediterranean Sea.
Piccard -- whose grandfather Auguste Piccard invented the stratospheric balloon and pressurized cabin for balloonists in 1931 -- is making his second attempt at an around-the-world journey.
Last January, his team had to ditch their balloon after just six hours.
www.cnn.com /WORLD/9801/28/balloon.liftoff.wrap   (516 words)

 January 28 Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.org (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
January 28 Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.org (Launch Base)
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"January 28" results in these other popular encyclopedia sites:
www.launchbase.org /encyclopedia/January_28   (873 words)

 FRB: FOMC Minutes--January 27-28, 2004
A meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee was held in the offices of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington, D.C., starting at 2:00 p.m.
By unanimous vote, the Committee amended its Program for Security of FOMC Information on January 27, 2004, by making small clarifying additions or changes relating especially to electronic transmissions of confidential information.
Despite the weak payroll data, the unemployment rate, which is measured by the household survey, fell to 5.7 percent in December, in part because of a further decline in the labor force participation rate.
www.federalreserve.gov /fomc/minutes/20040128.htm   (6375 words)

 The Arboretum | January
From evergreen trees to dogwoods, winterberry and sumac, there are lots of showy plants you can use to spruce up your landscape.
Wednesdays, January 4 – March 29, 3 p.m.
For this display, bonsai master Kevin Oshima will bring specimens from his own collection – some of which are 100 years old and three feet tall.
www.arboretum.umn.edu /calendar/january.htm   (466 words)

 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of January 28
For the next 28 years, he expanded his empire.
Although Saint Paulinus was born on a farm to parents of modest means, himself tilled the soil, and studied on his own in his leisure, he was well-educated and earn a reputation as a scholar.
Peter Nolasco's family was either mercantile or a distinguished one, possessing great estates, all of which Peter inherited at age 15 upon the death of his father.
www.saintpatrickdc.org /ss/0128.htm   (3365 words)

 January 28, 2004: Troubling New Flows of Environmental Refugees
January 28, 2004: Troubling New Flows of Environmental Refugees
Janet Larsen, "Glaciers and Sea Ice Endangered by Rising Temperatures," Eco-Economy Update, 22 January 2004.
Janet Larsen, "Population Growth Leading to Land Hunger," Eco-Economy Update, 23 January 2003.
www.earth-policy.org /Updates/Update33.htm   (1289 words)

 Sidley Austin | Client Resources | January 28, 2005 - Latin American Edition
On January 14, 2005, the SEC published for public comment certain proposed amendments to the NYSE’s constitution.
It has been reported that SEC Chairman Donaldson stated in a speech on January 25, 2005 at the London School of Economics that he has asked the SEC staff to consider whether to recommend the delay.
Other SEC initiatives mentioned in the speech as intended to address concerns of non-US issuers include consideration of a new approach to the process of deregistering and a proposal to allow first-time users of IFRS to reconcile their financial statements to US GAAP for only two years.
www.sidley.com /news/pub.asp?PubID=1011261282005   (406 words)

 Mortgage Credit News - January 28, 2005
On Wednesday the Fed will hike another.25% to 2.50%, but hints at its future intentions in the companion statement are the scary part.
Next Friday will bring news of January payrolls, each month's single most-powerful bond-market-moving datum, each defying all attempts at forecast.
Then there's the Iraq election, the State of the Union and Congressional reaction -- in sum, enough to make sensible traders get under their desks and stay there.
www.boulderwest.com /news/1669.html   (614 words)

 Alamo City Shootout 3 - January 28-29, 2005 - San Antonio Texas
San Antonio Raceway - Marion, TX Alamo City Shootout 3, hosted by the Alamo City Club Grand Prix, is set to take place Friday, January 28 and Saturday, January 29 in San Antonio, Texas.
If you wish to reserve the room on any other night(s), they may be subject to regular room rates.
We will be giving away various products as prizes on their behalf at the Shootout.
alamocgp.clubgp.com /shootout.htm   (526 words)

 Starting January 28, 2005
I don't know if it was the reporter or the editor, but there seems to be quite a misunderstanding about what the state is doing.
That's where we want every author to tag every thing and to do it "correctly", but it's not to be, I guess.
As a follow-on to my posts a few weeks ago about the announcement from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, here's some more of the story: Microsoft has posted the new version of their "Office 2003 XML Reference Schema Patent License" dated January 27, 2005, along with some comments.
danbricklin.com /log/2005_01_28.htm   (3808 words)

 The Scout Report - January 28, 2000
Released on January 18 by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), this report highlights some of the approximately 140 medications and medical devices approved by the FDA last year.
Launched on January 14 by MaxBot.com, the creators of SearchGov and SearchMil (reviewed in the January 12, 2000 Scout Report), this new search engine claims to index over 20 million pages in the.edu domain.
On January 26, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) released the XHTML 1.0 specification as a W3C Recommendation.
scout.wisc.edu /Reports/ScoutReport/2000/scout-000128.html   (3162 words)

 NWN January 28 2004
The Registration forms were due on the 21st of January.
You may bring in your items between January 31st and February 10th to the OLP Library.
The Adventure Group is meeting at Tropicana Lanes on Friday, January 28th at 6:30.
www.olpillar.com /nwn/Jan05/nwn1_28_05.html   (4566 words)

 Peace Corps Online | January 28, 2005: Headlines: COS - Vanuatu: The California Aggie: Peace Corps Volunteer Corrine ...
January 28, 2005: Headlines: COS - Vanuatu: The California Aggie: Peace Corps Volunteer Corrine Kirkbride in Vanuatu
Some of the children stare back at the camera as if they don't quite know what to think of the contraption pointed at their faces.
When this story was posted in January 2005, this was on the front page of PCOL:
peacecorpsonline.org /messages/messages/467/2027117.html   (1822 words)

 IT Conversations: The Gillmor Gang - January 28, 2005
IT Conversations: The Gillmor Gang - January 28, 2005
Steve calls in from the Integrated Media Association's New Media Summit with his special guest, Stephen Hill.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
www.itconversations.com /shows/detail414.html   (246 words)

 Comments on 14227 | MetaFilter
I really tried not to laugh, but "I thought he liked it in there." got me.
It will sit somewhere inside their skull as a fact, and they'll tell this story to their friends and strangers in bars and pubs all over the world, and others will believe it too without looking into the facts.
Notably, stripclublist, which has entries for 6300 strip clubs around the world, has no listing for ANY club named Pretty Kitty, let alone one located in a town named Geneva.
www.metafilter.com /comments.mefi/14227   (385 words)

 News From Around the School: JANUARY 28, 2000
That we are all healthy as well as happy is due in part to the intervention of our wonderful School Nurse, Elizabeth Hamilton who was honored January 26 on School Nurse Day.
The Franklin Institute is http://sln.fi.edu/tfi/welcome.html You may also wish to visit an art site the children and I visited which displays art work from children around the world.
Thursday, January 20 saw the inauguration of the new Parents' Library at P.S. Sponsored by a grant from the Dual Language program, the Flame Company provided many books of interest to parents regarding curriculum, parenting, etc.
www.ps166.org /flyer166/Jan28.html   (1487 words)

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