Abstracts: It could be called a miracle. Are births as safe as they could be? Could you use more sleep?
Abstracts: It is better to give than to return online. Toy e-tailers lure consumers with deals. Shopping online opens strong in 2000
Abstracts: It must have been the heat. The surprises ahead in 1993. How the mighty barons have fallen
Abstracts: It quiets the torment. Secrets of the brain. How to control the pain
Abstracts: It's a bank. It's a brain. No, it's superphone. MCI shows rise in profits of 8.5% in the first quarter. Regulators are urged to cut New York Telephone's rates
Abstracts: It's about love. 'We're doing it because we think it's right.' (citizens in Wallowa, OR, fight for Nez Perce Indian's resettlement)
Abstracts: It's all fun and games for Ontario developer. TCPL, U.S. firm team to build gas pipeline. Ford resumes van production after problem in Ontario plant
Abstracts: It's a Park Whose Time Has Come. The Ex-Mayor, The Internet And the Truth. Approaching The Bench, Ever So Slowly
Abstracts: It's as plain as the screen in front of your nose. On shuttle, Wristmacs help out. As mice go, the family is stylishly handsome
Abstracts: It's a thrill every day. The skinny on fat. Is a cure in sight?
Abstracts: It?s back to basics for McDonald?s: New CEO plans to stop his chain?s downward spiral with good grub served fast with a smile
Abstracts: It's beer vs. baseball. The serenity workout. The war on HPV
Abstracts: It's coffee-table time. They teach other how to take care: from Shanghai to Newark, the folks of Project HOPE bring health and skills to people in need
Abstracts: It's going to prove more than a difficult to escape from ABC's campaign for its fall lineup. Broadcast networks are pulling in record amounts of money
Abstracts: It's here, Johnny. The investor: buck's fizz. Lend me your fears
Abstracts: It's high time for a national 'refer-end-it.'(Column) A case against Rocks' gun controls. Canada is a tyranny of excess tolerance
Abstracts: It's hip to say "Ich bin ein Berliner". Unsolved mysteries. Goodbye, Bambiland
Abstracts: "It's Lew, babe, just Lew." (wife takes charge of her husband's career) My sex mentors: Barbara Stanwyck, meet Janet Reno
Abstracts: It's mating season in the oil patch. Aircraft safety tests shortened. Tax breaks proposed for green consumers
Abstracts: It's more than a war. Can Russia join, too? If NATO is to be about strengthening more democracy, Moscow should get an invitation
Abstracts: 'It's never enough:' in a candid interview, the prime minister defends his government's record. Questions of leadership: Jean Chretien looks to the next election
Abstracts: It's no longer just techno-hobbyists who meet by modem. Meet the Boss. You're 49, and the boss just told you to empty your desk: who will hire me now?
Abstracts: "It's not coach and player. It's a team.". 'There had to be something more out there.'(Priscilla Presley)(Cover Story)(Interview)
Abstracts: It's not easy being Sesame Street. CBC chief to step down after rocky tenure. The party ship's last prank
Abstracts: It's pasta time! The best turkey leftovers in the world. Pasta! Pasta!
Abstracts: It's puppy love - set to music. Can you meet your mate online? Do what you love and make money online
Abstracts: It's reigning Glenn. How Matt batted savvy. State of disgrace
Abstracts: It's still a plain gray box, but the innards are changing; one of the PC's major bottlenecks to faster performance is getting its first major overhaul in nearly a decade
Abstracts: It's Thanksgiving Friday, so follow the questions into a 'Chad, Chad, Chad, Chad World.'(20 questions regarding humorous moments in advertising, media and marketing)
Abstracts: 'It's the books that changed me.' (actor Sean Connery) (Interview) "I feel like I have a secret key to every door"
Abstracts: It's the Florida law: no state inspectors in big parks. As thrills rise, so does debate over ride safety. Safety rules lax at parks
Abstracts: It's the Florida law: no state inspectors in big parks. Life in the fast lane. Disney bets on new anaheim 'Adventure'
Abstracts: It's the policies, stupid. It's protectionist, stupid! It's the economy, stupid
Abstracts: It still pays to increase your word power. As the world turns. The home weatherman
Abstracts: It's time for an apron-string revolution. Genetics makes a meal of kosher cooking. Parma porkers press case for purity
Abstracts: Its time for Sabia to make up his mind on Bell Globemedia. SARS ground Imax bosses. Bell Globemedia hires industry veteran Shea
Abstracts: It's time to buoy up the Coast Guard. How can we help? Retire from life? Never!
Abstracts: It's Time to Hear What Bill Donaldson Wants the Big Board to Do. Cheap Seats Provide View Of Troubles At Exchange
Abstracts: It's time to repair auto insurance: under the current system, money is wasted, and precious few benefit. Smart ways to be generous
Abstracts: 'It's Tweedledum against Tweedledee.' (voters in India show little interest in upcoming parliamentary elections)
Abstracts: It's yore ABC. Balancing act. The other air battle; Al-Jazeera rules the waves-whether the Pentagon likes it or not
Abstracts: ITT accepts $3.6 billion Alcatel sale. Telecom's $265 million deal on Matra. As telecommunications companies listen to the siren song of mergers, their equipment suppliers are likely to follow them
Abstracts: It takes two to .... Medium for a message. Living dolls
Abstracts: "It was a real awakening for me". 'I didn't have time for anger.' (representative Carolyn McCarthy)(Interview)
Abstracts: It wasn't as easy as 1-2-3, but Lotus has a winner. New for graphic artists: Photoshop for Windows. More gifts for the holidays from Silicon Valley
Abstracts: 'It was the right decision, it was a just cause and it liberated the people'. Wheat of the battle
Abstracts: 'It was the right decision, it was a just cause and it liberated the people'. part 2 Baghdad blowback
Abstracts: "It was up to me to know right from wrong." (actress Cameron Diaz)(Interview) When life doesn't to the way you want
Abstracts: It was win or die in CIBC showdown. Bancomer unit sale may be first of many to shore up capital. Royal Bank to sell tiny U.S. brokerage
Abstracts: "I use to be my own worst enemy.' (Melanie Griffith) 'It was like a grip that let go.' (actor Joe Pesci discusses career) (Interview) (Cover Story)
Abstracts: Ivanhoe puts Mongolian asset in play. Teck demands Inco investors decide on takeover by July 24. Newmont offers $220-million to pay off unit's obligations
Abstracts: Ivanhoe's plan to take Cambridge private hits snag. De Beers and Winspear extend offer's expiry date. BC Rail sells real estate to Concert
Abstracts: Ivanhoe's unusual Mongolian deal sparks criticism, questions. Friedland faces Gobi mine roadblock
Abstracts: "I've always had a mind of my own". 'I'm not afraid to seize the moment'. 'It was time to act like a man'
Abstracts: 'I've been an outsider in my own life.'(actor John Lithgow)(Cover Story)(Interview) She came back stronger
Abstracts: I've got the world on a disk. Better color printers, lower prices, but still a niche market. Being ready for the day when the lights go out
Abstracts: Ivernia mine closing could boost lead. Xstrata integration targets sale of Falconbridge assets. Frito Lay plans to spice up life with new chips
Abstracts: Ivory soap uses a bar that sinks, a $250,000 contest and old-style packaging to increase sales. CBS drops reruns as big advertiser pulls commercials
Abstracts: 'I want to stop it from happening again'. Some cities legalize drag racing. Gun violence: 'Our minds still reel'
Abstracts: 'I want to stop it from happening again'. Understanding death? Right to die
Abstracts: I was about to die. The lost battalion. . Insecurity complex
Abstracts: 'I was granted extra innings'. I know that I am blessed. 'The coolest thing a women could be'
Abstracts: 'I was Guinevere.' (author Laurel Phelan claims she was the woman of Arthurian legend in a past life) Pumping iron; a pioneer researcher claims vindication
Abstracts: 'I will be aggressive.' (newly-elected British Columbia Premier Glen Clark)(Cover Story)(Interview) Faceoff in Lotusland
Abstracts: 'I will not lose my family for this job.'(actor Mandy Patinkin)(Interview) From father to son
Abstracts: I won't make the same mistake. "You can make a mistake and go on". She chose to be a mother first
Abstracts: 'I would be scared if I didn't act'. Success? What about happiness? I'm finally growing up
Abstracts: Izzy Asper ascends to TV's throne. Zale turns the tables and buys peoples jewellers chain. Dylex unloads Tip Top chain in deal with Grafton
Abstracts: Jack and the books. Just desserts. Continental shift
Abstracts: Jack Banks' holdings take a triple hit. Internet firm learns from its rivals' mistakes. Leitch awaits digital TV boom
Abstracts: Jack Banks' holdings take a triple hit. Sun Microsystems buys Beduin. Call-Net merger sets new tone
Abstracts: Jack Horner and other feudin' foes. Six strings to pull the puppeteer. Walking short and carrying the Canadian Club
Abstracts: Jacks high. A win for the running game. Strictly boardroom
Abstracts: Jagged little pills. Bitter Pill. White line fever
Abstracts: Jaguar's S-type is next wave in midsize luxury. $400 million honda plant to be built in Alabama. Tamoxifen touted for men's heart disease
Abstracts: Jail time? Chilling effects? Teachers' union sues
Abstracts: James Fairfax. Lunch with Fred Hilmer. Jim Carlton
Abstracts: James Taylor's got a friend at Hallmark Cards, where his Christmas album has gone platinum. F.A.O. Schwarz to Reopen; Timing Is No Coincidence
Abstracts: Janus Capital Meets the Enemy And It Is Janus. Under Pressure, a Mutual Fund May Lower Fees. Canada Bank Is Said to Face Legal Action By Regulators
Abstracts: Janus Funds: Everybody Loves a Loser. Now Playing On Broadway: The Money Pit. The Hammer Of Bankruptcy At Delphi
Abstracts: Japan and Canada: a growing partnership. You and your pharmacist: a healthy partnership. Opportunity knocks: Japan's appetite for Canadian goods is growing
Abstracts: Japan: bring back the clown. Japan's hidden gems. On the road to regret?
Abstracts: Japan carmakers still most productive. Cheap car parts costly to State Farm. Kerkorian sues DaimlerChrysler for $9 billion
Abstracts: Japan denies chip pact has failed: says U.S. companies need to try harder. Nikon says it is not in Perkin-Elmer talks
Abstracts: Japanese computer rated the fastest by one measure. Computer said to be the fastest: Thinking Machines reclaiming its title
Abstracts: Japanese criticized by chip makers; 5 companies are said to delay orders and charge higher prices. Judge bars Motorola chip sale
Abstracts: Japanese joining computer display venture. Sun stake to be sold by A.T.&T; once-feared computer alliance now outdated by NCR merger accord
Abstracts: Japanese makers at odds over clean cars. Late to minivan party, VW hitches ride with Daimler. Toyota eases up on accelerator
Abstracts: Japanese resistance to change lessens. Cyberspace cafes catching on abroad. Japan pioneers brave new world of wireless
Abstracts: Japanese seem ahead again on advanced chips. In search of short-order chips. Technology company gets $4 million U.S. investment
Abstracts: Japanese seem ahead again on advanced chips. Reinventing silicon circuits: mighty chips. DVD Fight Intensifies: Microsoft and Intel to Back Toshiba Format
Abstracts: Japan grip still seen on patents; chip award offers lesson in frustration. U.S. chip gets patent in Japan; Texas Instruments may gain $2 billion
Abstracts: Japan Is Spending Heavily to Pursue a Weak-Yen Policy. Talk in Japan Shakes Dollar And Treasuries. A decline in the dollar is making American markets look less attractive to foreign investors
Abstracts: Japan's dominant agency is looking overseas, but it will find that world to be much less congenial. A master deal maker got more than he bargained for when he tried to make an acquisition
Abstracts: Japan's electronics slump takes a toll on Southeast Asia. Trading Losses At Chinese Firm Coming to Light. Welcoming Their Yuan But Not Their Manners
Abstracts: Japan sets sights on winning lead in new computers; field dominated by U.S.; goal is software that allows thousands of processors to operate in tandem
Abstracts: Japan's Long Run of Deflation Is Expected to End Next Year. Japan's Recovery Hinges on Oil Prices. Bank Takeover in Japan Steps Away From Tradition and Into Open
Abstracts: Japan's mini invasions. Warriors from the North. Bringing up the rear
Abstracts: Japan's new wave. The twilight of the sun gods. The art of doing business in Asia
Abstracts: Japan's NTT to cut telephone rates for foreign carriers. In Tokyo, fingers point at Ford for 'bad match'. U.S.: Lack of cheap talk hurts Japan
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