Abstracts: The titillation of catastrophe porn. How advertising changed our world. Gangs, girlfriends and a rising tide of violence
Abstracts: The Top 200 drugs. Lack of counseling caught on camera. Will FTC approve Rite Aid/PCS?
Abstracts: The Top 200 drugs. NIH plans Web-based journal in biosciences. Rushing the Net
Abstracts: The Tories have a simple election strategy: put it off as long as possible. Mr Hague faces the strange death of Tory England
Abstracts: The Tories risk killing the thing they love - the pound. Blair must ditch his friend in Germany. Why we stopped hating and learnt to love Mr Portillo
Abstracts: The Tories take a few baby steps towards democracy. Hague's gang go corporate bonding. The Tories are overcome by self-indulgent fatalism
Abstracts: The Tories turn their weapons on themselves. Fear of Germany drives the Goldsmith gang. Major finds clear blue water
Abstracts: The Tories were right: workfare really works. 'The right to divorce is more important than many civil liberties including freedom of speech and freedom to vote.' (mixed views on the freedom to divorce)(Column)
Abstracts: The Tory message gets a little help from Super Mac. The future face of the Tory party. The Tory leadership battle is not a political sideshow
Abstracts: The Tory war of the thistles. What happens if the Scots vote yes and no? Divided on the state of the Union
Abstracts: The tour's the thing. Who's fit to teach? Polly Pocket could teach us a thing or two
Abstracts: The tragedy of Captain Webb. Everything is going swimmingly. I thought, oh my God, Ms Webb is going to be some old busybody
Abstracts: The tragedy of middle England. Barred by law of the jungle. Two thousand jobs lost ... and counting
Abstracts: The trainer turned bystander. And not a tantrum in sight. Life's a gamble, it's true. But the real risks are not the ones you fear
Abstracts: The traps of fame. Mezzo on the move. 'Get a load of this, it's a girl!' (Australian conductor Simone Young) (Interview)
Abstracts: The treatment of migraine. How electronic order entry helps retailers' bottom line results. Sen. Sasser proposes punishment of 10 years in federal prison
Abstracts: The treatment worked but the end was horrible - in a wheelchair, unable to talk and unable to feed himself. 'Everything I had worked hard for had just gone down the drain. I've never cried so much
Abstracts: The Triassic educators who always fail our children. True confessions of a reformed ballot-stuffer. Save e-mail from the snoopers
Abstracts: The tribes they are a-changing. Mayday! Mayday! Can we really last six weeks? Who will run Britain if Labour wins power?
Abstracts: The trimmed Moustache Brothers of Mandalay. China celebrates with rare burst of genuine celebration. Land-mine victims saved by a sense of purpose
Abstracts: The triumph of the people's Diana. The tabloids take their slice of the pie. What will they do without her?
Abstracts: The troops are ready. Now the politicians must win the diplomatic offensive against the Taliban. The most murderous terrorist onslaught in world history
Abstracts: The trouble with Al Gore. Bush reaches 100th day with little to proclaim. Americans answer Bush's appeal for national unity
Abstracts: The trouble with conviction. Look out! Big Mother is watching you. 'The problem of the hereditary system is obvious.' (United Kingdom should consider shifting to elected monarch)
Abstracts: The trouble with conviction. The televised debate that never was. A stake through the heart of old simplicities
Abstracts: The trouble with crony capitalism. The fall of the House of Warburg. Pride and pretensions before a sharp fall
Abstracts: The trouble with Europe is that you have to swallow it whole. What has happened to turn Mr Blair into a eurosceptic?
Abstracts: The trouble with the British Library. Welcome to the pressure dome. The trouble with the Barbican
Abstracts: The trouble with the Victoria and Albert. Euro dream of an island race. The trouble with the British Library
Abstracts: The trouble with women who do too much. Wives who wouldn't trade places - and some who would. Twenty years on, still married to counselling
Abstracts: The true face of America. Clinton blow as lawyers told to testify. How Starr cornered the President
Abstracts: The true racists are those bigots who would deny Israel its existence. Diplomacy and history collide in the 'other' Oval Office
Abstracts: The truth about Daniel. The real mystery of the Sphinx: why do falsehoods drive out truth? Sex, truth and TV drama
Abstracts: The truth about getting the baby out.... The truth about vasectomy. The truth about Weight Watchers
Abstracts: The truth about home births. Teach science as if it were history. The vision things
Abstracts: The truth about our spin doctors - they're really not much good. It's the rich wot gets the richer and Harriet wot gets the blame
Abstracts: The truth about pinhole glasses. All done for the love of logos. UK: CONTACT LENS PATENT WORTH [pound]6MN
Abstracts: The truth about Potter. John K. Geering. Johnny Speight
Abstracts: The truth about race and crime. America's get-tough attitude is succeeding beyond Afghanistan. Mr Clinton's 'tough love' welfare reform passes the test of time
Abstracts: The truth about soap operas. What about all the women who have been raped? Shaken by an infant's injuries
Abstracts: The truth about success. How to flog a dinosaur to death. Zap! That's another 1 million pounds sterling down the tube
Abstracts: The truth is that science is boring to schoolchildren. A storm rages in the Death Zone. And a bank holiday weekend like this, or like that
Abstracts: The truth was 'out.' And so were the knives. Exotic in both his plumage and connections. Brave move, Mr Darling, pity you may not succeed
Abstracts: The tune that hooked a generation. Princes and peasants of medieval pop. The last of the great pop stars
Abstracts: The Turkish question. Kosovo set to ignite new Balkan war. Siege of Sarajevo declared at an end
Abstracts: The twisted world of the butcher of Neasden. Mud, mud inglorious mud. Seriously fly
Abstracts: The two faces of Michael. Last flight of the 'UN shuttle.' (crash of Swissair MD-11 off Nova Scotia) Fidelity faces SEC inquiry after shares sell-off
Abstracts: The two universes of the Lord presenter. How Auntie treated Sue. How will 'Today' be tomorrow?
Abstracts: The ugly face of beauty. Of queers, poofs and politics. Such a terrible load of old rubbish
Abstracts: The UK's new export: Brit Grit. Want a happy ending? Go see a movie. Gotti
Abstracts: The ultimate dream of Wall Street's deal maker. Gentle giant seeking to ally worries about South Africa's FTSE invasion
Abstracts: The ultimate fashion accessory of the season, Gucci or Motorola? From strength to strength
Abstracts: The ultimate girls' night out. You call it fiction, I call it egotism. Polke dots before the eyes
Abstracts: The unbearable arrogance of the world's only superpower. Little men are the losers in US game of tit-for-tat. Are these bombings a cynical stunt by an embattled President?
Abstracts: The unbearable arrogance of the world's only superpower. Small islands watch helplessly as their green gold is devalued by vengeful US
Abstracts: The unexpected reach of Mr Blair's influence. What will Mr Blair do if the US extends the war to Iraq? Mr Blair has helped Britain to find a role in Europe
Abstracts: The unhappiest days of our lives. Big crimes that need big solutions. Take that, Your Honour
Abstracts: The university life: home or away? How to vanish into thin air. Head over eels in love
Abstracts: The ups and downs of new businesses. The truth about going it alone. Preparation is key to start-up success
Abstracts: The use of an "Expert" to train salespeople. An exploratory investigation of reward and corrective responses to salesperson performance: an attributional approach
Abstracts: The use of an "Expert" to train salespeople. Maybe it's time to take another look at tests as a sales selection tool?
Abstracts: The use of application forms and structured interviews in personnel selection. Big firms take growing share of new pharmacists
Abstracts: The use of human judgement models in evaluating sales force performance. Sales training and impression management
Abstracts: The use of instrumental and expressive personality traits as indicators of a salesperson's behavior. Work motivation through the design of salesperson jobs
Abstracts: The US must conquer its fears and let the Northern Alliance attack Kabul. This time the outcome is hard to predict
Abstracts: The US says this was a weapons plant. Sudan says it made drugs. Who's right? US bombs terrorist targets in Afghanistan and Sudan
Abstracts: The value of protection. What are emerging markets and should I risk my money in them? Snow is the icing on Salt Union's cake
Abstracts: The vanishing lake that could leave a tourist industry high and dry. OJ Simpson's great vanishing act
Abstracts: The verdict is guilty. The answers are all around us. We are making Europe's Palestinians
Abstracts: The Very Rev William Baddeley. Dr Patrick Fergusson. Robert Rivington
Abstracts: The Virgin who just wants to be loved. It may be Corsa, but is it any better? Executive Tart works to rule
Abstracts: The virtual revolution at your fingertips. Car retailers go into superdrive. Farewell then, Arthur Daley
Abstracts: The virtual route to happiness. Why the epaulettes must go. Memoirs of a half-finished life
Abstracts: The voice from the crowd. A question of attitude. Under the influence
Abstracts: The voice of unreason drowns out the noise of bombs and bullets. Waiting for war: the agony of Tetovo
Abstracts: The voters of Tatton can now judge. The end of a grubby affair. Labour isolate sleaze MP
Abstracts: The waiter who won't get out of bed for less than 1,000 pounds sterling (and other ways to milk the Millennium)
Abstracts: The wandering hero. Exeter marks the spot. Northern exposure
Abstracts: The war ended over 50 years ago, so why can't we make peace with Japan? Understanding Japan - the world's first genuinely postmodern society
Abstracts: The war on drugs is a dialogue of the deaf. Make it safe, but keep it free. Little brother is watching you
Abstracts: The watching brief. Half Roman orgy, half sacred rite. Capital collection
Abstracts: The water chemistry of freshwater fauna. Facing the hectic season. Build beautiful business by selling beautiful designer set-ups
Abstracts: The watertight solution. How to put lilies in the limelight. June is bursting out all over
Abstracts: The ways of vines and roses. Dreams of the perfect garden. How does a garden grow? Slowly
Abstracts: The way to save the salmon. A mobile sense of law and order. Is there something fishy going on?
Abstracts: The way you dress, the way you walk. When life begins at 50. Council condemned in child abuse inquiry
Abstracts: The weapon on the left is used to inflict the kind of injuries seen on the right. In parts of Northern Ireland such beatings are seen as the only useful instrument of justice. Who is behind this violence? And whose interests does it serve?
Abstracts: The Web way to good health. Who'd pay to play Doom with someone in Dallas? Speed is not everything in a modem
Abstracts: The week John Major went nationalist. How Major stumbled into peace. Will hope or cynicism triumph in this fateful week for Ulster?
Abstracts: The weightless economy is on track for victory. Is this the Japanese Tony Blair? Separating signals from noise
Abstracts: The well man (a rare sight). Can a foetus feel pain? Being male means being mortal
Abstracts: The well man (a rare sight). Real men can have feelings. The serial killer still among us
Abstracts: The Westminster malaise. Let's root out the rot in our sickly constitution. Electoral system that favours challengers
Abstracts: The Westminster set will never be a match for the Mayfair set. Yesterday's cronies are today's New Labour rejects
Abstracts: The West's poisonous legacy. How Sarajevo has become the springboard into Europe. In another Bosnian town two small boys lie in their hospital beds. Is this collateral damage?
Abstracts: The white of spring. Fresh tulips with plenty of garlic. Spend Christmas with Sir Winston
Abstracts: The whole shooting match. Opera's latest high hope. Going with the floe
Abstracts: The whole truth: who needs it? Truth is the real moral casualty. Rum-ti-tum, the heartbeat of a nation
Abstracts: The whole world is in your hand. Too soon to bank on cybercash. Smile! This will have you in a spin
Abstracts: The who's who of Blair's top team. Mr Brown's impatience is damaging his prospects. Mr Brown could still reach No 10 - if he is patient
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