WaterworldMovie | 1995 !LINK!
1995 (MCMXCV) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1995th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 995th year of the 2nd millennium, the 95th year of the 20th century, and the 6th year of the 1990s decade.
WaterworldMovie | 1995
The Third International Mathematics and Science Study, known as TIMSS 1995, was the largest and most ambitious international study of student achievement conducted up to that time. In 1994–95, it was conducted at five grade levels in more than 40 countries (the third, fourth, seventh, and eighth grades, and the final year of secondary school).
The Agencies recognize that the licensing of intellectual property is often international. The principles of antitrust analysis described in these Guidelines apply equally to domestic and international licensing arrangements. However, as described in the 1995 Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission Antitrust Enforcement Guidelines for International Operations, considerations particular to international operations, such as jurisdiction and comity, may affect enforcement decisions when the arrangement is in an international context.
On March 15, 1995, a 4-year-old girl who resided in LewisCounty, Washington, died from rabies. This report summarizes theclinical course, epidemiologic investigation, and probable exposurehistory of the case.
Editorial Note: The rabies case described in this report was thefirst to be documented in a human in the United States during 1995and is consistent with a major epidemiologic pattern: since the1950s, bats increasingly have been implicated as wildlifereservoirs for variants of rabies virus transmitted to humans.Variants of rabies virus associated with bats have been identifiedfrom 12 of the 25 cases of human rabies diagnosed in the UnitedStates since 1980. However, a clear history of animal bite exposurewas documented for only six of these 25 cases. This findingsuggests that even apparently limited contact with bats or otheranimals infected with a bat variant of rabies virus may beassociated with transmission.
Erin initially formed from a tropical wave that crossed the coastof Africa into the tropical eastern Atlantic Ocean on July 22nd, 1995.As this tropical wave moved across the tropical Atlantic, HurricaneHunter aircraft data on July 28th, 29th, and 30th indicated that thesystem did not have a closed circulation at low levels. The aircraftdata late in the evening on the 31st revealed that Tropical StormErin had formed.On the evening of July 31st, Erin intensified into a Category 1Hurricane near Rum Cay in the Bahamas. By the 1st of August,satellite imagery began showing an eye associated with Erin. Nottoo much longer after the eye appeared, Erin made its first landfallearly on August 2nd near Vero Beach, FL as a Category 1 hurricanewith 85mph winds.Tropical Storm Erin emerged in the Gulf of Mexico later on August2nd and began to re-intensify after traversing the Florida peninsula.Erin began moving northwest at about 12mph and turned toward the northwest Florida panhandle early on Thursday morning. Erin re-developed an eye (as seen in the radar loop), but the upper-level outflow was not overly impressive on satellite imagery. To view the HD version of Hurricane Radar on both KEVX & KMOB radars, visit our YouTube page.The center of Erin moved ashore for a second time at 920am along Santa Rosa Island at Highway 399 (between the National Seashore Day Use Center and the west end of Navarre Beach). At landfall, Erin was a Category 2 Hurricane with 100mph winds in a small section of its northeastern eyewall. Erin moved across the city of Pensacola and into Baldwin County, AL near I-10 and the Perdido River areas around 1130am. The eye of Erin began filling in as it moved across Baldwin County and Erin began to progressively weaken. It continued to track northwest through southwestern Alabama during the afternoon hours on August 3rd. Erin weakened to a tropical storm as it moved into southeastern Mississippi overnight. As Erin weakened further and became a tropical depression, its track shifted more to the north by the 5th of August and more to the east by the 6th. Tropical Depression Erin finally merged with a frontal system over West Virginia on the 6th of August.The lowest sea level pressure recorded during Erin was 976mb at Pensacola Naval Air Station. Mobile Regional Airport also recorded 997mb sea level pressure during Erin. There were no reported injuries or deaths across the northwest Florida panhandle or extreme southwest Alabama from Erin.
Hurricane Erin spawned at least 4 tornadoes in northwest Florida before making landfall on August 3rd. Each of these tornadoes were short lived and F0 in strength. Most of the damage associated with the weak outer rainbands of Erin was confined to trees being blown down and damage to several houses in Pensacola Beach and Navarre Beach. No fatalities or injuries occurred with these tornadoes.Tornado Information: Okaloosa County - F0 tornado near Hurlburt Field, F0 tornado in Mary EstherSanta Rosa County - F0 tornado at Navarre BeachEscambia County - F0 tornado at Pensacola BeachNOTE: The F scale was still used to rate these tornadoes in 1995. As of 2007, the NWS now uses the EF scale to rate tornadoes.
(3) in section 3 (22 U.S.C. 613) by adding at the end the following: "(h) Any agent of a person described in section l(b)(2) or an entity described in section l(b)(3) if the agent is required to register and does register under the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 in connection with the agent's representation of such person or entity.";
(2) in paragraph (3) by striking all that follows "loan shall contain" and inserting "the name of any registrant under the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 who has made lobbying contacts on behalf of the person in connection with that loan insurance or guarantee."; and
(a) AMENDMENT TO COMPETITIVENESS POLICY COUNCIL ACT. Section 5206(e) of the Competitiveness Policy Council Act (15 U.S.C. 4804(e)) is amended by inserting "or a lobbyist for a foreign entity (as the terms 'lobbyist' and 'foreign entity' are defined under section 3 of the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995)" after "an agent for a foreign principal".
(1) by inserting "or a lobbyist required to register under the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 in connection with the representation of a foreign entity, as defined in section 3(6) of that Act" after "an agent of a foreign principal required to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938"; and
(2) by striking out ", as amended,". (c) AMENDMENT To FOREIGN SERVICE ACT OF 1980.-Section 602(c) of the Foreign Service Act of 1980 (22 U.S.C. 4002(c)) is amended by inserting "or a lobbyist for a foreign entity (as defined in section 3(6) of the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995)" after "an agent of a foreign principal (as defined by section l(b) of the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938)".
"(8) The category of the total cash value of any interest of the reporting individual in a qualified blind trust, unless the trust instrument was executed prior to July 24, 1995 and precludes the beneficiary from receiving information on the total cash value of any interest in the qualified blind trust.".
Between 1995 and 2017, the balance of outstanding federal student loan debt increased from $187 billion to $1.4 trillion (in 2017 dollars). CBO examines factors that contributed to that growth, including changes to student loan policies and how they affected borrowing and repayment.
The volume and number of federal student loans, which provide financing to make higher education more accessible, have grown over the past few decades. In 2017, the most recent year for which detailed information was available, $96 billion in new federal student loans was disbursed to 8.6 million students, compared with $36 billion (in 2017 dollars) disbursed to 4.1 million students in 1995. Between 1995 and 2017, the balance of outstanding federal student loan debt increased more than sevenfold, from $187 billion to $1.4 trillion (in 2017 dollars).
In this report, the Congressional Budget Office examines the factors that contributed to the growth in the volume of student loans and the effects of changes to student loan policy on borrowing and repayment. Because the report focuses on the period between 1995 and 2017, it does not cover the effects of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was enacted on March 27, 2020.
Between 1995 and 2017, students could borrow through two major federal student loan programs, the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) program, which guaranteed loans issued by banks and other lenders through 2010, and the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan program, through which the federal government has issued loans directly since 1994. The two programs operated in parallel through 2010, either guaranteeing or issuing loans to students under nearly identical terms and conditions.
Much of the overall increase in borrowing was the result of a disproportionate increase in the number of students who borrowed to attend for-profit schools. Total borrowing to attend for-profit schools increased substantially, from 9 percent of total student loan disbursements in 1995 to 14 percent in 2017. (For undergraduate students who borrowed to attend for-profit schools, the share grew from 11 percent to 16 percent; for graduate students, it grew from 2 percent to 12 percent.) Moreover, students who attended for-profit schools were more likely to leave school without completing their programs and to fare worse in the job market than students who attended other types of schools; they were also more likely to default on their loans.
Then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich gestures toward President Bill Clinton, as then-Senate GOP leader Bob Dole sits to the right. They met to try to work through the government shutdown in late 1995 to early 1996. Greg Gibson/AP hide caption 041b061a72