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  Today in History: June 16
On June 16, 1775, during the Siege of Boston, the Second Continental Congress authorized the preparation of fortifications.
Thus, at the ensuing Battle of Bunker Hill, colonists fired at the British from a redoubt at the top of the hill and from behind fences reinforced with vegetation and brush.
June 16, 1933 marked the end of the first hundred days of Franklin Roosevelt's presidency.
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 June 16 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
June 16 is the 167th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (168th in leap years), with 198 days remaining.
Bloomsday, in honour of Leopold Bloom, the hero of James Joyce's Ulysses set on 16 June, 1904.
June 15 - June 17 - May 16 - July 16 -- listing of all days
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/June_16   (1397 words)

 June 16, 2005 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Other days in 2005: June 15, 2005, June 17, 2005.
A report by the Metropolitan Police in the UK states that children are being trafficked into the UK from Africa to be used as 'human sacrifices'.
It is not yet known if this incident is related to the bomb that was exploded on June 12 that derailed a passenger train.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/June_16,_2005   (355 words)

 16 Jun History: This Date
On this Saturday, 16 June 2001, Pisa begins a weekend of celebration coinciding with the feast day of their patron saint, Ranieri, to mark the end of the bulk of the work of restoring the Tower of Pisa to a safe angle of incline.
On June 17, Cambodia's last working railway line, which ran to the border of Thailand, was severed when communist troops seized a freight train with 200 tons of rice and other food supplies at a station at Krang Lovea, about 60 km northwest of Phnom Penh.
On 16 June, just as the company was preparing to board a flight home, Nureyev broke from the group and insisted that he was staying in France.
www.geocities.com /hills4526/history/h4jun/h4jun16.html   (6410 words)

 June 16 - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
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www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/j/u/n/June_16.html   (1403 words)

 June 2003
On June 13 Vinod Chandra Pande is sworn in as governor of Arunachal Pradesh.
On June 17 Orlando Smith is sworn in as chief minister.
On June 24 the parliament elects Defense Minister Matti Vanhanen as new prime minister.
rulers.org /2003-06.html   (1185 words)

 C&MS: The June Lyrids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This shower is active during June 10 to 21, producing predominantly blue and white meteors at a maximum hourly rate of 8 per hour on June 15 (Solar Longitude=84.5 deg).
The observations covered the period of June 11.5 to 21.0 (Solar Longitude=80.2 deg to 89.2 deg) and the total number of June Lyrids observed was 363.
Interest in the June Lyrids seems to have waned in the latter half of the 1970s and into the 1980s, with only a few individuals continuing to monitor the shower annually---many of them rarely observing around the time of the shower's established date of maximum.
comets.amsmeteors.org /meteors/showers/june_lyrids.html   (1232 words)

 June 16 - 20
Myrtle Marie Dow, the daughter of Harry and Rose (Buckwoldt) Wininger, was born June 9, 1922, in Stanhope, Iowa.
Leah died on Wednesday (June 16, 2004) at the Good Samaritan Communities in Algona at the age of 84.
JUNE M. ALGONA — June M. Winkel, 78, of Algona, died Thursday (June 17, 2004) at the Kossuth Regional Health Center in Algona.
www.pafways.org /obituaries/mcgg/2004/jun4.htm   (8096 words)

 Caltaxletter: June 16, 1997
The Legislature on June 5 passed three do-nothing bills, stating intent for the Legislature to reduce the minimum tax (AB 8, Leach, AB 27, Strom-Martin, and AB 1419, Campbell).
On June 25, there will be a regulatory hearing on amendments to Property Tax Rule 309 to conform to a recent statutory change allowing for a 90-day extension, in some circumstances, of the two-year deadline for appeals board decisions.
A public hearing has been scheduled on June 25 on amendments to Motor Vehicle Fuel License Tax Regulation 1114, providing that in-tank transfers and physical exchanges are distributions of motor vehicle fuel, while book transfers and settlements are not.
www.caltax.org /member/taxletter/vol10-23.htm   (3406 words)

 marsmarbles: University of Utah News Release: June 16, 2004
marsmarbles: University of Utah News Release: June 16, 2004
June 16, 2004 -- Even before marble-shaped pebbles nicknamed “blueberries” were discovered on Mars by the Opportunity rover, University of Utah geologists studied similar rocks in Utah’s national parks and predicted such stones would be found on the Red Planet.
In a study published in the June 17 issue of the journal Nature, the Utah researchers suggest both the Martian and Utah rocks – known as hematite concretions – formed underground when minerals precipitated from flowing groundwater.
www.utah.edu /unews/releases/04/jun/marsmarbles.html   (1389 words)

 NIST Tech Beat - June 16, 2005
In a technical paper* published in June, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and SEMATECH describe an improved method for determining nanoscale "linewidth roughness," an important quality control factor in semiconductor fabrication.
The White House announced on June 13 that two National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) researchers have been selected to receive 2004 Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers, the nation's highest honor for professionals at the outset of their independent research careers.
On June 6, four NIST researchers were among 12 honorees who received the Arthur S. Flemming Award at a ceremony held at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Established by the Downtown Jaycees in 1948, the Flemming Awards honor outstanding federal employees.
www.nist.gov /public_affairs/techbeat/tb2005_0616.htm   (1964 words)

 DefenseLINK News: Contracts for June 16, 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The period of performance is from June 2000 through June 2005.
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Pittsburgh, Pa., is being awarded a $217,480,241 (maximum) cost-reimbursement contract to provide for software research and development support through June 2005 in support of a range of Department of Defense and non-Department of Defense government-sponsored programs.
Superconductor Technologies Inc.*, Santa Barbara, Calif., was awarded a $1,703,232 increment as part of an $11,447,177 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract on June 14, 2000.
www.defenselink.mil /contracts/2000/c06162000_ct338-00.html   (381 words)

 June 16 - 20
On June 14, 1941, H.E. "Speed" Ahlman was united in marriage to Gladys Pittmann at Holy Trinity Church in Waterville, Minn. They made Mason City their home for the past 61 years.
On June 14, 2002, a memorial Mass was held at St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Albuquerque with family and friends in attendance.
Rosina Colette Boston was born June 17, 1932, on the family farm near Williams, Iowa.
www.pafways.org /obituaries/mcgg/2002/jun4.htm   (9230 words)

 Michael Jackson's Big Payoff - June 16, 2004
JUNE 16--Michael Jackson agreed to pay $15.3 million to settle child molestation charges leveled against him in 1993 by a California boy, according to a confidential legal agreement.
A heavily redacted version of the 31-page document, a copy of which you'll find below, was obtained by Court TV's Diane Dimond.
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www.thesmokinggun.com /archive/0616041jacko1.html   (276 words)

 Newsline for June 16, 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Unit 239 is meeting for orientation this month at the Brethren Service Center in New Windsor, Md. The group of 12 volunteers gathered June 11 and will be together until July 1, when they will head out to assignments.
Teams of teacher education faculty, security staff, chief student affairs officers, and chief academic officers learned about conflict resolution and mediation skills through a variety of speakers, sessions, and workshops.
Church of the Brethren General Board executive director Judy Mills Reimer is one of more than 20 religious leaders to endorse a joint statement by religious leaders and military professionals calling for steps toward nuclear disarmament.
www.brethren.org /genbd/newsline/2000/jun1600.htm   (3723 words)

 CSF issue of June 16, 2003
June 1 was one of those unusual San Francisco balmy mornings.
Sunday June 22, at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in San Francisco.
During the month of June as we celebrate the feast of "Corpus Christi", the feast of the Body and Blood of Christ, I invite you to take some time to read St. Paul’s words in 1Corinthians Chapters 12 and 13, reflect on them, and see if they don’t make a difference in your life.
www.catholic-sf.org /061303.html   (9922 words)

 International Law In Brief - June 3-16, 2000
The Patent Law Treaty ("Treaty") adopted by the Diplomatic Conference of the World Intellectual Property Organization ("WIPO") regulates: 1) "national and regional applications for patents for invention and for patents of addition, which are filed with or for the Office of a Contracting Party,"(Art.
The Treaty states that changes to the Patent Cooperation Treaty made after June 2, 2000 and consistent with the Treaty shall apply for the purposes of the Treaty and Regulations if the Assembly so decides by a vote of three quarters in favor.
The Treaty opened for signature on June 2, 2000, and will enter into force three months after ten instruments of ratification or accession have been deposited with the WIPO Director General.
www.asil.org /ilib/ilib0314.htm   (2783 words)

 Berkeley Lab Currents -- June 16, 2000
EDT on June 12, scientists at the Brookhaven National Laboratory recorded the first head-on collisions between the nuclei of gold atoms inside the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), the newest and largest particle collider ever built for nuclear physics studies.
An informational meeting will be held next Thursday, June 22, to discuss the formation of a new group which will focus on stress management, meditation, and the development of a positive orientation towards health and well being.
On Wednesday, June 21, an Arnis demonstration will be held at noon on the lawn in front of the cafeteria.
www.lbl.gov /Publications/Currents/Archive/June-16-2000.html   (7764 words)

 June 16 - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 Cullinane Journal 2004 June 1-16
Whether the 3x3 square grid is fast art or slow art, truly or falsely iconic, perhaps depends upon the eye of the beholder.
My own entries of May 31 on Language Games and of June 1 on language and history, Seize the Day and One Brief Shining Moment.
The related June 1 entry of Loren Webster, Carpe Diem, on the Marilyn Monroe rose.
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 *Ø*  Wilson's Almanac free daily ezine | Book of Days | June 16 | Bloomsday Jame Joyce Ulysses Ireland Robin ...
The poor, ignorant serfs had been taught to revere their masters; to believe that when their masters declared war upon one another, it was their patriotic duty to fall upon one another and to cut one another's throats for the profit and glory of the lords and barons who held them in contempt.
June 16 in all English-speaking countries and many others besides.
The first June day on which marriages could take place with an assurance of good fortune.
www.wilsonsalmanac.com /book/jun16.html   (2495 words)

 Amenia Sand & Gravel, Inc. - Ruling June 16, 1997
On April 16, 1996, the Department Staff, as Lead Agency, (a) determined the application for the above described Project was sufficiently complete for the purpose of commencing its formal review, (b) accepted the DEIS for the proposed action as complete for review purposes, and (c) initiated a public comment period on the proposal.
Unless otherwise specified, all references to the SEQRA regulations in these Rulings are to the June 1, 1987 version.
On June 24, 1996, the Department Staff sent the Applicant a comment memorandum requesting an inventory of aesthetic resources of statewide significance within a three mile radius of the site and expressing several additional concerns regarding visual analysis in the DEIS.
www.dec.state.ny.us /website/ohms/decis/ameniar.htm   (10820 words)

 North Coast Journal - June 16, 2005: Behind the Stage Door - The cutting edge
Playwright Lauren Wilson reworked the classic Molière farce about a miser and his tortured children, casting the company's founding artistic director, Joan Schirle, as a miserly widow surrounded by the products of her obsession.
Performances are on Wednesday and Thursday, June 22 and 23, at 9 p.m.
Monday, June 20 to Saturday, July 16 Ferndale Repertory Theatre's Young Actors Workshop, call 786-LIVE or visit www.ferndalerep.org for details.
www.northcoastjournal.com /061605/stagedoor0616.html   (714 words)

 Buck Hodges : Skip the June CTP for Team Foundation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
However, this is not the June CTP discussed in the Team Foundation MSDN forums and elsewhere.
That CTP is now scheduled for July (it was the last week of June, so it didn't change much).
The July CTP of TFS will include quite a few performance improvements, protocol changes (which means the just-released June CTP won't communicate properly with the upcoming July CTP of TFS), and nearly all of the code names are gone from assemblies, namespaces, and databases.
blogs.msdn.com /buckh/archive/2005/06/16/429742.aspx   (420 words)

 Biblical Recorder on the Web Archive for Wednesday, June 16, 2004
INDIANAPOLIS - Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Southern Baptist Convention's "conservative resurgence," Morris Chapman declared June 15 that "the crusade phase of the conservative resurgence has passed."...
INDIANAPOLIS - Daniel L. Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS), was hospitalized June 15 after falling through an opening in the stage at the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) annual meeting.
INDIANAPOLIS - Southern Baptists were urged to seek God's kingdom in a series of speeches at the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) annual meeting June 15 and 16.
www.biblicalrecorder.org /content/archives/2004/6_16_2004/index.shtml   (472 words)

 NucNews - June 16, 2004
VIENNA, June 16 - Iran threatened to resume its enrichment of uranium - a prerequisite for making nuclear weapons - if, as expected, the International Atomic Energy Agency passed a resolution rebuking it for not cooperating with the United Nations watchdog group.
June 3, 1980: A computer chip failure in the US system sets off a series of launch warnings, with the number of "attacking missiles" fluctuating randomly.
The 11 Chinese road workers and an Afghan guard were killed June 10 in Kunduz province in the worst attack on foreign civilians since the fall of the Taliban regime in late 2001.
nucnews.net /nucnews/2004nn/0406nn/040616nn.htm   (20191 words)

 NucNews - June 16, 2003
PARIS, June 16 - Showing signs of a more muscular approach to their common foreign policy, European Union governments said today that they were ready to use force if necessary to combat the threat of weapons of mass destruction.
SEOUL, June 16 (Kyodo) _ North Korea transported containers believed to be carrying missiles to Iran by air six times over about two months from April, a Seoul daily reported Monday.
June 16- The U.S. failure to find any significant weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, months after toppling Saddam Hussein's regime, has sparked a heated, behind-the-scenes argument between the White House and the CIA over what intelligence the agency actually provided, and how the Bush administration used it.
nucnews.net /nucnews/2003nn/0306nn/030616nn.htm   (20014 words)

 Peace Corps Online | June 16, 2003 - Gwinnett Daily Post: Congo Kinshasa RPCV Mike Tidwell new book on Cajun Coast ...
Tidwell, who was born in Memphis, Tenn., and grew up in Marietta, will be in Atlanta for a book signing on June 22.
The problem of the disappearing bayou can be attributed primarily to the levees built along the Mississippi River to prevent flooding, Tidwell explains in "Bayou Farewell." The land of the bayou was formed by sediment deposits that washed down the river.
Even the Bush administration, in a major report it delivered to the United Nations last June, explicitly acknowledged that global warming is real and will worsen in the near future, bringing potentially disastrous impacts to our economy and environment.
peacecorpsonline.org /messages/messages/2629/2014246.html   (1873 words)

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