November 1973

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The following events occurred in November 1973:

November 1, 1973 (Thursday)Edit

November 2, 1973 (Friday)Edit

The IMCO Conference for Marine Pollution during which the MARPOL convention was adopted.[1] attended by 665 delegates from 79 countries, ends in London.[2]

November 3, 1973 (Saturday)Edit

November 4, 1973 (Sunday)Edit

November 5, 1973 (Monday)Edit

November 6, 1973 (Tuesday)Edit

November 7, 1973 (Wednesday)Edit

November 8, 1973 (Thursday)Edit

November 9, 1973 (Friday)Edit

November 10, 1973 (Saturday)Edit

November 11, 1973 (Sunday)Edit

November 12, 1973 (Monday)Edit

November 13, 1973 (Tuesday)Edit

November 14, 1973 (Wednesday)Edit

November 15, 1973 (Thursday)Edit

  • The British tanker British Mallard runs aground at Grimsnes, Norway.[12]

November 17, 1973 (Saturday)Edit

November 18, 1973 (Sunday)Edit

  • The Swedish cargo ship Gapern springs a leak and sinks 50 nautical miles (93 km) off the coast of Northumberland, UK. All eleven crew are rescued by the trawler Kingston Emerald.[13]
  • Died: Sir Gerald Nabarro, 60, controversial UK politician

November 19, 1973 (Monday)Edit

  • Born: Nim Chimpsky, chimpanzee later used in an extended study of animal language acquisition at Columbia University.

November 20, 1973 (Tuesday)Edit

A Charlie Brown Christmas premieres on television.

November 21, 1973 (Wednesday)Edit

November 22, 1973 (Thursday)Edit

  • Born: Marjolein Kriek, Dutch clinical geneticist, in Leiden; she is the first woman to have her total DNA genome sequenced.[14]

November 22, 1973 (Thursday)Edit

November 23, 1973 (Friday)Edit

November 25, 1973 (Sunday)Edit

November 26, 1973 (Monday)Edit

November 27, 1973 (Tuesday)Edit

November 28, 1973 (Wednesday)Edit

November 29, 1973 (Thursday)Edit

November 30, 1973 (Friday)Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Alexandre Kiss, Dinah Shelton, Manual of European Environmental Law, Cambridge University Press, p.344
  2. ^ Marine pollution monitoring (petroleum), Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, World Meteorological Organization, p.49
  3. ^ Phillips, Liz (29 June 2006). "Ben Fogle: Me and My Money". This Is Money. Retrieved 9 July 2012.
  4. ^ George Lenczowski, American Presidents and the Middle East, (Duke University Press: 1990), p. 131
  5. ^ Fossen, Anders Bjarne (1995). Askøybroen: fra drøm til virkelighet (in Norwegian). Askøybrua. p. 42. ISBN 82-7128-221-2.
  6. ^ "Supertanker sank after series of explosions". The Times (58932). London. 7 November 1973. col A-B, p. 7.
  7. ^ Breitel Wins Bipartisan Support as Liberal Party Endorses Him for Appeals Court Post in NYT on March 11, 1973 (subscription required)
  8. ^ "Pocket On This Day"
  9. ^ Brown v. State, unpublished decision at 1991 WL 242928.
  10. ^ "1973: Crowds cheer marriage of Princess Anne". BBC News. 14 November 1973. Archived from the original on 7 March 2008. Retrieved 11 February 2008.
  11. ^ "1973: IRA gang convicted of London bombings". BBC News. 14 November 1973. Archived from the original on 7 March 2008. Retrieved 11 February 2008.
  12. ^ "British tanker runs aground off Norway". The Times (58940). London. 16 November 1973. col A, p. 7.
  13. ^ "Trawler saves crew of sinking ship". The Times (58942). London. 19 November 1973. col E, p. 1.
  14. ^ Coats, Christopher (December 27, 2009). "Dr. Marjolein Kriek, First Woman to Have Her DNA Sequence Determined". Retrieved 3 January 2012.
  15. ^ "21 die as ship sinks outside Israel harbour". The Times (58947). London. 24 November 1973. col G, p. 7.
  16. ^ "Navy helicopters rescue men from freighter". The Times (58949). London. 27 November 1973. col E, p. 6.
  17. ^ "Allan Sherman: Hail to Thee, Fat Person - by David Holzel - page 3". Jangle04.home.mindspring.com. Retrieved 2012-11-09.