Abstracts: Will the BBC pick an outsider? I'm from the BBC. Start talking. 'It's a London thing,' but sadly for GLR, Londoners are not listening
Abstracts: Will the boys who can't read still end up as the men on top? 'We stood alone against the enemy.' (fair play in United Kingdom)(What Does It Mean To Be British?, part 6)(Weekend Review)
Abstracts: Will the Internet frenzy ever die? Subversion in a cartoon world. Big Blue's golden boy
Abstracts: Will the literacy hour be fun or just a straightjacket? Talking it over: how to get the boys to the top of the class
Abstracts: Will the Net 'bubble' last? Small can bring big returns. Should you invest in...the biotech business?
Abstracts: Will the new, improved Concorde take off? Systems safeguards to lock out intruders. 'Hummers' win fight for inquiry
Abstracts: Will the real Kurt Weill now please stand up? Bizet - and no bull. Shostakovich's brave new world
Abstracts: Will the real Nicola Horlick please stand up. The truth about the Duchess and the King. Phew! What a squawker!
Abstracts: Will the real Pessoa step forward? My life as a film. The Prince of Denmark goes east
Abstracts: Will the sectarian war of arts and science ever end? A free imagination, or the tyranny of the mob? So, Germaine, since animals now have rights, how about men?
Abstracts: Will the trains run on time? Global floaters versus the local voters. Ocean wars that no one can win
Abstracts: Will they be the last? Watching the watchers. Water suppliers don't have to give rebates, right? Wrong ...
Abstracts: Will this be the last hot Christmas for the UK? Online sales will hurt the high street. Paying foreign investors to build factories here doesn't make sense
Abstracts: Will this child inherit his earth? Joel Barr. The mouths that roared
Abstracts: Will this girls' night in make the boys switch off? Secrets of the Square Mile. ITC challenge from Flextech
Abstracts: Will 'Trainspotting' breed junkies? The day the music died. Paisley's pattern of violence
Abstracts: 'Will we ever become parents, or are we casualties of rationing?' (rationing of resources for healthcare; first in series on the state of the National Health Service)
Abstracts: Will weight control items continue to gain? Chain drug stores images ... planning long-term strategy. Drug stores seek bigger bite of the nutrition market
Abstracts: Will you be doing DIY today? Too important for politics. At Waterloo the English did surrender
Abstracts: Will you take this priest ...? All we have to do is define this spirituality and write it into the organisations that have lost their souls
Abstracts: Windfall awaits Rec directors. The mobile phone finally comes of age. 'Sons of CEGB' set to dominate power delivery
Abstracts: 'Wind from the North' whistles through Rome. Zen and the art of electoral chicanery. North Africa fights fundamentalist tide
Abstracts: Wind of change in Kensington. Conspiracies abound as Cole quits 'toughest job in PR.' (Michael Cole retires as public affairs director for Mohamed al-Fayed)
Abstracts: Windows: worth looking into. Homes with flames of desire. The all- new green house effect
Abstracts: Wing Cdr Laddie Lucas. Bill Reid VC. Air Vice-Marshal Johnnie Johnson
Abstracts: Winners avoid running with the herd. Japan's crisis will be good news for some. When will the Dow peak?
Abstracts: Winning a church school place would be heavenly. 'Apartheid' fears over first Muslim secondary school in state sector
Abstracts: Winning back industry to the Tories. The challenge of bringing Lloyd's back from the brink. Fraud 'gunslinger' shoots back
Abstracts: Winning over a nation. Real stars deliver knock-out blows. Driven to be a winner
Abstracts: Wiped out if the winner takes all. Complementary practices. All-seeing eye can single out the cargo crooks
Abstracts: Wipe the cobwebs off a current account. Let your feet do the talking. Make the right choice
Abstracts: Wired up to some big questions. When politics takes its orders from commerce. What drives the P rush?
Abstracts: Wired war. All change at BBC Online. Further spins on the Web
Abstracts: Wirral's swinging voters take the good news to Tony Blair. Blair turns the screw on Europe. Computer timebomb ticks under London
Abstracts: Wirral's swinging voters take the good news to Tony Blair. There will be no listing to the left on Captain Paddy's ship
Abstracts: Wisdom from a sheepish liberal. Wisdom from the feet up. What really makes us happy?
Abstracts: Wisdom from the tomb. I can't believe it's not Buddha. Hiram Bingham's lost property
Abstracts: Wisdom of old can be bad for your wealth. Money and madness go hand in hand. Shares with appeal for private investors
Abstracts: Wish we weren't here. 2001 - a pensions odyssey. The real cost of caring
Abstracts: Wish you were here? The colour of mountains. Constable's England crumbles under feet of heritage tourists
Abstracts: Wish you weren't here. Taste for exotic pets puts snakes on the street. For the world's dispossessed, Sangatte is a staging post on a traumatic journey in search of freedom
Abstracts: Witchweed casts a new curse over the savannah. The hype is as high as an elephant's eye. Put a condom on an elephant
Abstracts: With a little help from my friends. Lieder of the pack. Voice of the people
Abstracts: With a roar and a whimper. After the courses, the Horses. Iron horses roar on to the Silk Road
Abstracts: With a spring in his Hush Puppies, Ken takes on the Right brigade. Tory rivals issue their personal manifestos
Abstracts: With a step in its Spring. Road rage and all that jazz. Jazz, avant-garde, whatever
Abstracts: With-profits endowments could be your loss. A long view to the past. Beware the New Year blues
Abstracts: 'With reference to your e-mail about yddcccc,y>e>AccA.' (problems with electronic mail)(Network +) Thaw may bring cold comfort for householders
Abstracts: With Singapore already in recession, are the other Asian tigers on the endangered list? Can they rebuild the Orient?
Abstracts: With Sten guns and sovereigns Britain and US saved Iran's throne for the Shah. Street riot sends signal to Shah's successors
Abstracts: With the greatest of ease. You can pick your relations. A nose for a bargain
Abstracts: Witnesses to Diana's death meet in Paris. Fayed fumes at 'snobs, vultures and bastards.' (Mohamed Al Fayed critical of Frances Shand Kydd, mother of Diana, Princess of Wales)
Abstracts: Witness from the front line of a police force bent on brutality. Memory plays tricks in city on front line
Abstracts: Witness who satisfied clamour for conviction. Josie ran, but he caught her and took her back. Stone's fate will be decided by jail 'confession.'
Abstracts: Wittgenstein's day at the sales. Men found more s(c)ensitive to fragrance study. Stores note double-digit gains for holiday '83 sales period
Abstracts: Wizard from Oz. Back to Seattle. So far, so good. Just how many days of rest?
Abstracts: Wolf's lair in a town garden. The very model of a modernist garden. 'In an Italian garden you might find fountains based on classical mythology. Here you get a fireman cherub in crazy helmet, mermaids holding out their hair with expressions suggesting they have just had a disastrous session with a Mayfair crimper.' (Plas Brondanw garden, Gwynedd, Wales)
Abstracts: Woman as head of the house? Shock! Horror! The lives and deaths of Christopher Spence. What more could a Lady want?
Abstracts: Woman found alive in hospital morgue. Church to face 1m pounds sterling claim for sexual abuse. Saudi royals order crackdown on drinking after Briton found dead in swimming pool
Abstracts: Woman who killed violent husband freed. One-man crusade against miscarriages of justice. Illegal immigration: where are the facts?
Abstracts: Woman who killed violent husband freed. Purchasing policies under the spotlight. Convictions queried by probation officers
Abstracts: Women and maths - how it all starts to add up. Trust me, I'm an OU doctor. Standing in for the prof
Abstracts: Women bosses? No thanks. A steep learning curve. Well armed for a job on Civvy Street
Abstracts: Women don't need to be told when to take a year off. The new age of confusion. It's easier to knock things down than to rebuild them
Abstracts: Women fighting to stem disaster in Iraq. Khalil is four years old. Thanks to your help, he may live to see five
Abstracts: Women from a broken home? Do we need Channel 5? Old school, old town, old scores
Abstracts: Women in charge? Yes, that's news all right. Roll on the new role models. Bimbos, brunettes and the BBC
Abstracts: Women in law: a brave new era begins. Farewell to a non-fat cat. Cherie and the all-stars
Abstracts: Women killed to save male face. Milosevic and his henchmen lie low to escape justice. Yet again, Turkey digs frantically for survivors
Abstracts: Women miss out on heart therapy Nursing old hospitals into life. UK: TOP HOSPITALS TO GET CASH INJECTIONS
Abstracts: Women on the edge of an emotional breakthrough. The immortal goddess from the sea. Play it again, Auntie
Abstracts: Women on the edge of ecstasy. Blurred visions worthy of the Turner Prize. Much ado about nothing
Abstracts: Women sue over contraceptive Who is this man Milan Panic? UK: GOVERNMENT TO REVIEW FERTILITY TREATMENT
Abstracts: Womenswear retailing. Babywear retailing. Womenswear mainstream retailing
Abstracts: Women take up arms in Eritrea's war. Power slips from Kabila in Congo. The mad dash across a desert that could end in guerrilla war
Abstracts: Woodhead spares praise for teachers. Grown-up bullies. Bright scheme, big City
Abstracts: Wooed from the heart. Danger: menace at work. Who you gonna call? Not Ivan
Abstracts: Wooooooo-eeeeeeeee! Let's hear it for the boys. The child is the father of the man
Abstracts: Worcester woman and Woking man favour cloning. So that's OK then. Labour is right to abandon its plans to meddle in family life
Abstracts: Word dealers. A good night out. Room for manoeuvre
Abstracts: Words of wisdom for lost souls. When there's just no room at the inn. At the frontline of peacemaking
Abstracts: Workers bid farewell to the doomed yards of Gdansk. 'Weimar Triangle' takes shape for power. Stricken Gdansk shipyard in last desperate plea
Abstracts: 'Work hard, play hard and make the rules clear.'. 'I am like my terriers and just as loyal, I think.'. 'Eventually, greed will outweigh the ethics.'
Abstracts: Working class. Socialist. Welsh. Three reasons why the Kinnocks are out of the Labour loop. Brussels. Cosmopolitan. Bananas. Three reasons why Glenys isn't bitter
Abstracts: Working on the bit in the middle. Once, we sought salvation in religion. Now, 10 million prayers are raised for a National Lottery jackpot win - and when that hope is dashed, a man like Tim O'Brien takes his life ... Have we all gone lottery mad?
Abstracts: WORLD: 30MN VICTIMS OF HUMANITARIAN DISASTER. Education makes moral and economic sense. Leave or die, machete mobs tell Borneo settlers
Abstracts: WORLD: AIRCRAFT ENGINE DEMAND FORECAST. US: BOEING REVEALS POSSIBLE 747X LAUNCH. Fasten your seat belt
Abstracts: World Bank seeks role for 21st century. Do we need Bank Holidays? A piggy bank for knowledge
Abstracts: WORLD: BREAST CANCER LINK TO FATTY FOODS. UK: IVF PARENTS ARE MORE DEPENDABLE. UK: CONCERN OVER RISKS OF RADIOTHERAPY
Abstracts: WORLD: CANCER RISKS DEPEND ON LIFESTYLE. WORLD: RISE IN NUMBER OF PEOPLE WITH HIV. The young survivors
Abstracts: World Cup tickets being touted on the Web. Football's super-rich cream off cash. A month of advertising with some great soccer thrown in
Abstracts: WORLD: DEVELOPING ECONOMIES LIKELY TO EXPAND. Working round the clock. Islanders' charm works wonders for earnings
Abstracts: World domination, or just a need for self-preservation? Why bigger is not always beautiful. Coopers and PW to join forces in 8bn pounds sterling merger
Abstracts: WORLD: ECONOMICS AND OIL PRODUCTION. Slow starter drills into the big league. WORLD: RISE IN OIL OUTPUT CALLED FOR
Abstracts: WORLD: FORD CHAIRMAN'S DRAMATIC PREDICTION. Never mind the heat, just pump in methanol. Smokebuster
Abstracts: WORLD: GROWTH IN TRADE. WORLD: 30MN VICTIMS OF HUMANITARIAN DISASTER. We have to free up trade, not impose more barriers
Abstracts: WORLD: IMPACT OF BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSED. WORLD: CHIP SHORTAGES HIT MOBILE PHONES. UK: PSION STRIKES DEAL WITH QUALCOMM
Abstracts: WORLD: INCREASE IN THE PRICE OF CRUDE OIL. WORLD: WARNING OVER OIL PRICES. WORLD: DECLINE IN CRUDE OIL PRICE
Abstracts: WORLD: KPMG SURVEY OF Y2K PROBLEMS. PC builders net niche work for a hi-tech future. A sweet song of success and synthesizers
Abstracts: WORLD: LACK OF FUNDS FOR UN HEALTH PROGRAMMES. UK: EXPORT CREDIT RULES AMENDED. UK: REGIONAL AID PLAN APPROVED BY EUROPE
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