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Noun1.1970s - the decade from 1970 to 19791970s - the decade from 1970 to 1979  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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Data source: The injury results of the 1973 and 1974-1975 SRFC rugby seasons published in 1974 (10) and 1976 (12) respectively were compared with the injury findings of the 2003-2005 rugby seasons.
When he finished playing in 1967, he became a committee member at Cardiff and became chairman of the club in 1974-1975. In that time he also became a member of the Welsh Rugby Union, representing District B.
In addition, he served in each of the then-extant officers' positions in the Society, initially as Secretary/Treasurer, 1974-1975, and then as Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer, 1975-1976, Vice President, 1976-1977, Executive Vice President, 1977-1978, President, 1978-1979, and Chairman of the Board, 1979-1980.
Papadimiriou (screen studies, Liverpool John Moores U., UK) analyzes the structure and cultural specificity of 29 films including Charoumeno Xekinima (Joyful Beginning, 1954-1955); I Kori mou i Socialistria (My Daughter the Socialist, 1966-1967); and Eraste tou Onirou (Lovers of Dream, 1974-1975).
Antonio de Figueiredo, truly, was an "extraordinary Portuguese abroad." He had taken the lonely road of exile in 1959 and, after the 1974-1975 Revolution chose not to return to Portugal but to continue to reside abroad in the country which granted him a place, a home, and a sanctuary, where against daunting odds he could so bravely speak out for justice and freedom.
Clubs: Manchester United: 1963-1974 Stockport County: 1975-1975 Cork Celtic: 1975-1976 Dunstable Town: 1974-1975 LA Aztecs: 1976-1978 Fulham: 1976-1977 Fort Lauderdale: 1978-1979 Hibernian: 1979-1980 San Jose Earthquakes: 1980-1981 Bournemouth: 1980-1983 Brisbane Lions of Australia: 1983
Appended are: (1) Maximum Authorized Pell Grant, Maximum Actual Pell Grant, and Average Pell Grant per Student, in Current Dollars (Award Years 1974-1975 to 2004-2005); (2) Number of Eligible Pell Grant Recipients and Number of Actual Pell Grant Recipients, in Thousands (Award Years 1973-1974 to 2003-2004); (3) Total Federal Grant Aid and Total Federal Loan Aid Awarded for Postsecondary Education, in Millions of Current Dollars (Award Years 1963-1964 to 2004-2005); and (4) Total Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) Aid and Total Direct Loan Program Aid, in Millions of Current Dollars (Award Years 1993-1994 to 2003-2004).
1971), followed in 1974-1975 by disclosure of rare liver cancers in workers (Creech and Johnson 1974; Creech and Makk 1975; Mahoni 1974, 1975; Maltoni et al.
Unlike the energy crisis of 1974-1975, which was the result of an embargo, the current energy situation has its roots in surging worldwide demand.
Foot, who has three sons and one daughter, worked at the Daily Mirror in 1979-93 having edited the Socialist Worker between 1974-1975.
Foot, who was married with three sons and one daughter, worked at the Daily Mirror in 1979-93 having edited the Socialist Worker between 1974-1975.
* Medical Assistance Program Fellowship, Experience in Third World Medicine, 1974-1975