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  June 2005 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Washington, United States, the battle over the results of the 2004 gubernatorial election is settled by a county judge, approving the final count in favor of Christine Gregoire.
The November 2005 election will be the first since Governor James McGreevey resigned over a scandal in which he was revealed to be homosexual.
2005 Atlantic hurricane season: Tropical Storm Arlene, the first storm of the season, forms south of Cuba, and is expected to strike Cuba and the U.S. Gulf coast later in the week.
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 June 2005 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The launch of the next space shuttle mission is scheduled for July 13, 2005.
NASA publishes pictures taken by the Cassini spacecraft showing a feature that could be a lake of liquid methane or ethane, close to the southern pole of Titan.
The first Atlantic Tropical storm of the 2005 season develops south of Cuba.
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 Ballot Access News » 2005 » June
On June 30, the Oregon House of Representatives passed HB 3021 by a vote of 49-2.
On June 24, the First Circuit upheld a Massachusetts law that says the initiative process cannot be used to pass a new law pertaining to religious institutions.
On June 10, the US Court of Appeals, DC circuit, reversed the lower court decision that had told the Federal Election Commission to re-visit the question of whether the Commission on Presidential Debates is biased against minor parties.
www.ballot-access.org /2005/06   (2312 words)

 June 2005 astronomy calendar
Mercury: is at superior conjunction on the far side of the Sun on June 3rd.
Mars: is at magnitude 0.3 in Aquarius and moves steadily eastward through the constellation brightening slightly (0.0 mag) and moving into Pisces on June 8, and into Cetus the the 22nd.
On June 29th, the half Moon is about 4.5° from Mars, in the morning sky before sunrise.
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 Blog 702: June 2005
The question, said the panel, is rather whether the expert's data are of a type reasonably relied upon by experts in the field.
The Second Circuit has issued an opinion tightening the reins, in a case where a law enforcement agent testified, over defense objections, to his opinion that a defendant was a partner in a drug operation.
June 1, 2005) (Tacha, Anderson, and O'Brien, JJ.).
www.daubertontheweb.com /2005_06_01_archive.html   (5123 words)

 The 10b-5 Daily: June 2005 Archives
The author (Jesse Weiss) examines the applicability of the stay where: (a) defendants have produced documents to government agencies; (b) plaintiffs have brought state law claims in addition to federal securities fraud claims; or (c) there are parallel proceedings in state or federal court.
June 1, 2005), the Eleventh Circuit held that it could not decide "the statutory-interpretation issue of whether previously time-barred claims are revived by the [SOX] statute of limitations" until the district court determined if the plaintiffs were on inquiry notice of their claims prior to the passage of the legislation.
June 6, 2005) simply follows the earlier appellate holdings in finding that SOX did not revive time-barred claims.
www.the10b-5daily.com /archives/2005_06.html   (1774 words)

 Simianbrain: June 2005 Archives
2005 is expected to be a weak year in part because of eradication efforts, but more significantly because 2004 was such a strong production year that global prices fell.
But the next generation of journalists will have a better feel for what their contemporaries want: reporters with a partisan edge who are willing to argue with liars on television and call liars' bluffs in print.
Here is a 2005 update on the remaining 71 of the 75 earlier mentioned.
simianbrain.atlblogs.com /archives/2005_06.html   (10224 words)

 New Orleans district of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers faces New Orleans CityBusiness - Find Articles
One of the hardest-hit areas of the New Orleans district's budget is the Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project, which was created after the May 1995 flood to improve drainage in Jefferson, Orleans and St. Tammany parishes.
SELA's budget is being drained from $36.5 million awarded in 2005 to $10.4 million suggested for 2006 by the House of Representatives and the president.
In 2005, the district received $94.3 million in federal dollars dedicated to construction.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qn4200/is_20050606/ai_n14657367   (852 words)

 Ginn Weblog: June 2005 Archives
Pfaff, a longtime observer and analyst of the European scene, believes that the "no" votes in France and Denmark represent the people's unease with recent and planned enlargement of the EU and, in fact represent a reaction to what is perceived as the "de-Europeanization" of Europe "in the name of international abstractions".
Tuesday, June 21, 2005 -- At the first congressional hearing on the Development Fund for Iraq, Rep. Waxman releases a report on the U.S. mismangement of Iraqi funds.
The Amnesty International Report for 2005 has received a disproportionate amount of attention on its use of the word "gulag" when referring to the United States' treatment of prisoners in its ongoing effort against terrorism.
blogs.fletcher.tufts.edu /ginnblog/archives/2005_06.html   (826 words)

 The Radical Centrist: June 2005
In a short while it may be that the only valuable political debate and discussion will happen on centrist websites, where the rejected folks from the middle of the doughnut meet up.
There is always some in any political group, it seems, but at times it blooms out of the background like a red tide, and dominates a locality before dying back.
I mentioned earlier that the debate over mistreatment of prisoners would be "a real test for the blog culture." (apologies to all who saw it for the earlier mangling of that post.) Austin Bay (Tip to Instapundit) has provided a timely demonstration of how tough issues of this sort should be discussed.
www.theradicalcentrist.com /2005/06/index.html   (9899 words)

 June 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-31)
This appointment is effective June 22, 2005, and continues ad nutum episcopi, with residence in the St. Mary’s parish rectory.
This appointment is effective June 22, 2005, and continues ad nutum episcopi and is in addition to his current appointment as parochial vicar at the Basilica of St. James in Jamestown, St. Margaret Mary Alacoque parish in Buchanan and St. Michael parish in Pingree.
Sister Mary Ruth of the Eucharist, who professed her solemn vows June 8 at Carmel of Mary in Wahpeton, said her family and friends were a great inspiration to her as she discerned her vocation.
www.fargodiocese.org /News/2005Archives/June2005.htm   (12252 words)

 2005 June - Hecklerspray: Music, Movies, TV, Celebs, Games and Gossip
Michael Jackson is reportedly in Paris discussing a new documentary that will try and paint him in a better light, and to silence the doubters.
When people look back at the movies of 2005, they’ll notice that cinema takings were in the middle of a big slump, and that publicity for the films went a bit crazy.
AMC Entertainment, America’s number two cinema chain are hoping to give a boost to the critically acclaimed but commercially disappointing Cinderella Man by giving customers their money back if they don’t love the film.
www.hecklerspray.com /?m=200506   (1101 words)

 Visa Bulletin for June 2005
Consular officers are required to report to the Department of State documentarily qualified applicants for numerically limited visas; the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security reports applicants for adjustment of status.
For June, immigrant numbers in the DV category are available to qualified DV-2005 applicants chargeable to all regions/eligible countries as follows.
As a result, it has been necessary to retrogress the June cut-off date in an attempt to hold number use within the annual limit.
travel.state.gov /visa/frvi/bulletin/bulletin_2507.html   (1684 words)

 FullosseousFlap’s Dental Blog » 2005 » June
Posted by: Milt Shook at June 24, 2005 10:17 PM My guess is that he had one of those Guidant AICDs (implanted defibfillator) that was recalled, so he got his reprogrammed or replaced.
Posted by: susan at June 24, 2005 10:25 PM I hope the reporters and news casters refer to him as Mr hoffman just another god dam lie, the president and cheney are so crooked they couldn’t lie in bed straight.
Posted by: Sirreal2001 at June 24, 2005 10:54 PM as a liberal and not ashamed to say it, I must selfishly wish Dr Hoffman a good long life well into 2008, after that, I could give a crap.
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 beSpacific: June 2005 Archives
Another relevant document associated with this story is a June 9 letter sent by Rep. Waxman and Sen. Kerry to the Comptroller General of the GAO requesting an investigation.
Further, it was announced on June 12 that the author of the edits, Philip Cooney, has resigned, citing no association with the controversy.
On June 7 the New York Times reported on the availability of a significant new Justice Department memo that addresses limitations to the prosecution of personnel in the healthcare arena who have violated patient privacy by stealing personal data.
www.bespacific.com /mt/archives/2005_06.html   (8398 words)

 boren.nu · June 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-31)
You are currently browsing the monthly archive for June, 2005.
The 2005 and 2006 Subarus are notorius for not providing an auxiliary stereo input and making it impossible to replace the factory stereo.
On my 2005 Outback 2.5 XT the stereo is integrated with the climate controls.
boren.nu /archives/2005/06   (1027 words)

 mytreo.net - the ultimate Treo resource: June 2005 Archives
June 30, 2005 09:52 PM palmOne reports superb financial results
June 24, 2005 04:07 AM T-Mobile executive departs palmOne board
June 7, 2005 03:08 PM PalmOne's 4th Quarter
mytreo.net /archives/2005/06   (1362 words)

 Netcraft: June 2005 Archives
Friday's announcement at GnomeDex 2005 generated excitement about new uses for the technology, as well as caution in some quarters about Microsoft's introduction of extensions to RSS.
The possible use of RSS to deliver malware and spam was highlighted by Mark Pilgrim in 2003, and tools have since emerged to help check whether a particular newsreader is securely coded.
In the June 2005 survey we received responses from 64,808,485 sites, an increase of 1.27 million from last month's survey.
news.netcraft.com /archives/2005/06/index.html   (2842 words)

 DennisKennedy.blog: June 2005 Archives
I decided that if there is not clear community consensus that ads in feeds and ads on blogs are a bad thing or will get me shunned, I'll go in that direction if I find sponsors or advertisers who are interested in paying me to do so.
The new June issue of the webzine Law Practice Today has an electronic discovery and computer forensics theme, along with a ton of other great articles and columns.
New free EDD On-demand webinars for June from Tom O'Connor, Michael Clark and me have recently been posted.
www.denniskennedy.com /archives/2005_06.html   (8447 words)

 Laughing Squid » 2005 » June
To celebrate these changes, Technorati is having a party this Wednesday, June 22nd at The House of Shields in San Francisco.
Tribe.net has just annouced Tribe25 “People to Know in 2005” and I’m honored to be selected by the Tribe.net community as one of the 25.
For 2005, tribe.net and its members have uncovered these interesting people who are a big part of what makes their world tick.
laughingsquid.com /2005/06   (2665 words)

 June 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-31)
Small cap stocks gained ground during the month but despite strong gains in June the majority are still in negative territory thus far in ’05.
Economic data released during June was generally positive and did much to dispel the “economic soft patch” consensus that seemed to be developing earlier in the second quarter.
While somewhat disappointed with the results experienced during the first half of 2005, we continue to remind our readers that we expected a relatively flat year in 2005.
www.cornerstonemgt.net /june2005   (868 words)

 Cox & Forkum: June 2005 Archives
Spread the word: On Monday, June 20th, at the Corner of Church and Liberty in NYC, Take Back The Memorial is holding a press conference and rally at Ground Zero.
The final design of the center’s memorial will not be finalized until the end of 2005, but unless an aroused American public speaks up, all signs suggest that the finished product will be little more than a propaganda vehicle for the blame America left.
After international criticism, these countries banned the use of children as camel jockeys, but the U.S. State Department's 2005 Trafficking in Persons Report indicates that there is little enforcement of the bans and what few children are rescued represent a small fraction of those still in captivity.
www.coxandforkum.com /archives/2005_06.html   (9158 words)

 FToI: June 2005 Archives
One lesson from the June 17th election is the failure of boycott strategy.
This is his first attempt at an orderly written presentation of his thoughts on a political matter.
Yesterday, on June 4th, Iranian Association at the University of Toronto held a lecture on the upcoming presidential election by Mr.
freethoughts.org /archives/2005_06.php   (9727 words)

 Registan.net » 2005 » June
Posted: June 30th, 2005 under Society, North Turkestan.
Posted: June 30th, 2005 under Uzbekistan, Military Affairs.
Posted: June 29th, 2005 under Uzbekistan, Military Affairs, CIS.
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 June 2005 - Kaedrin Weblog Archives
This is hardly new, but since I've often observed the need for better information aggregation tools I figured I'd give del.icio.us a plug.
Neal Stephenson's take on Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith in the New York times is interesting on a few levels.
It's difficult to describe the feelings the original Star Wars trilogy stirred in me as a child (though I suspect many of my generation are familiar with those feelings).
kaedrin.com /weblog/archive/2005_06.html   (2693 words)

 Criminal Appeal: June 2005
According to a Cal. Judicial Council press release issued yesterday, Janice Rogers Brown "informed Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in a letter last Friday, June 17, that her final day on the state’s high court will be Thursday, June 30, 2005." June 30 would be the last day of the state's fiscal year.
In cases in which oral argument has already been heard, an opinion may be filed with less than a seven-member court so long as four justices concur in the result.
According to a notice issued last week, comments on proposed rule changes are due July 18, 2005.
www.crimblawg.com /2005/06/index.html   (1833 words)

 June 2005
The Wallone endive finally came in the first week of June and was shipped.
Usually by now I am harvesting full size lettuce, peas are ready, etc. This year has been great so far for letttuce and greens, but not much else.
Now it has been hot for the past week (2nd week of June) and everything is growing quite nicely.
www.growitalian.com /june_2005.htm   (3217 words)

 r blog » 2005 » June   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-31)
Posted by ro on June 25th at 8:39pm in in the news
Posted by ro on June 15th at 9:49pm in generic
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