Abstracts: You ask the questions. Rock the high street
Abstracts: You ask the questions. Struggles of an electronic pioneer
Abstracts: You ask the questions (Such as: you are known to have had a successful career as a gangster. So, Frank Fraser, did your victims deserve to die?)(Interview)
Abstracts: You ask the questions. The players' champion. When we were kings
Abstracts: You ask the questions. There's something about Jonathan
Abstracts: You can have our aid, but don't ask for trade. Friendly Demon at the gateway to a bewitched world. As a painkiller, they're pretty sharp
Abstracts: You can keep your ethical stance in your portfolio. Let your conscience be your financial guide. So you want a pension with a conscience?
Abstracts: You cannot degrade democracy and expect thanks. Private lives, public debate: the growing moral maze. Enter priestly men, to fill our moral void
Abstracts: You cannot degrade democracy and expect thanks. Who should own the voice of Scotland? Behold the backlash, sabres drawn
Abstracts: You can stop digging now, Robin, the hole's big enough. You ask the questions. Lover man's lesson is: reform Parliament
Abstracts: You can't always get what you want ... even though the taxman does. Do the Wall Street shuffle
Abstracts: You can't always get what you want. The second coming. Flickering lights, a dusty corridor, dodgy videos: it's another vintage year for the Turner prize
Abstracts: You can't bank on bluffness, Ken. Galileo, Copernicus - and now Dolly! How I would tackle the new rabble
Abstracts: You can't bank on bluffness, Ken. Major plans wide-ranging reforms for Scotland. Don't fudge it: the European question is Germany
Abstracts: You can't beat a good children's show. How the well-heeled hack it. Pie in the sky that people will pay for
Abstracts: You can't buy fuchsias after 4.30. When is a plum a gage? Me and my blooming family
Abstracts: You can't kill bookworms. Buy a baby, save a life. Who pays for a child to grow tall?
Abstracts: You can't palm off the scent of pine. The cello takes a bow. The hills are alive...
Abstracts: You can't separate Blur from Schubert. Blameless divorce helps marriages. Anyone interested in a riot or two?
Abstracts: You can't show that, it's political. The computer kids that can't count. A divine political presence
Abstracts: You can't treat a tot like a teen. Complimentary computers. No time like the present for buyers
Abstracts: You could be sitting on a design classic. Little classic for sale. Few careful owners, and sparkling performance. A bargain
Abstracts: You couldn't make it up. A final swipe at the last Governor goes wide of the mark. BBC told it must expand network to survive
Abstracts: You'd better believe in the bogeyman. How to abseil away from your parents. Anything you recall, I recall better
Abstracts: You don't get rich, you get Rich Tea. They meet as teenagers in Belfast. For 20 years she has visited him in an English prison
Abstracts: You don't have to be female to get breast cancer. Where there's life, there's hope. Bad moon rising
Abstracts: You don't have to be mad to work here ... but it helps. Disparate Goya. Radio 3: a big mistake
Abstracts: You get a nice class of villain at Ford. Sex and power. A positive lesson about how to live at a time of death
Abstracts: You gotta roll with it. How does our play please you? Stills from a life in moving pictures
Abstracts: You have been silent too long about racism in Britain. Where is the voice of Asian women? Rejoice! all those masters of the universe have suffered calamities
Abstracts: You have been warned.... The life and soul of the party. Just too good to be true
Abstracts: You have never had it so good. 48 hours in the life of ... Barcelona. Hovering on the brink
Abstracts: You have never had it so good. Span of Green Gables. 'I have seen the future of fun. And it works. Sort of.' (Segaworld opens at the London Trocadero)
Abstracts: You have to be married to the job to succeed in this business, they'd say. To back it up, the more cultured broadsheet types might quote Yeats
Abstracts: 'You have to fit in with the laddish mentality, or lose out.' (sexual harassment at United Kingdom law firms)(City +)
Abstracts: 'You have to take centre stage.'. 'Pet owners are so friendly.'. 'I'm tired at the end of the day. Excellent!'
Abstracts: You know a currency is in trouble when even the gangsters don't want it. US and Germany hold key to timing of economic recovery
Abstracts: You like it, you buy it but how do you pay? Tedious? That's the way we like it. A few words in your shell-like
Abstracts: You listen to Radio 4, but will Radio 4 listen to you? Magic on the air at Radio Five. He thinks he's God, but can he run a radio station?
Abstracts: You listen to Radio 4, but will Radio 4 listen to you? Snap, crackle, pop go the ratings. A kiss goodbye to radical radio
Abstracts: You'll never make a lady of Lola. Suzie Hayman had been an only child for 40 years when she got the phone call: 'Hello, it's your sister Carol.'
Abstracts: You'll never sing alone .... It's a game of two halves, three pints of lager and four tequilas. Players bemused by 'fixing' claims
Abstracts: You may be a poppet, but you're just not up to scratch. What's a girl to do when there's no room at the school?
Abstracts: You might not guess it, but Tony and John are on the same side. Class warrior at bay
Abstracts: You need a referral, not a plane ticket. Getting the travel bug. What price a child's life?
Abstracts: You need a referral, not a plane ticket. In this beautiful Welsh valley, there'll be a hell of a party for Millennium Eve - on 13 January
Abstracts: You need more than a sense of duty to lead the Tory party. Mr Duncan Smith is no extremist, but he is a winner
Abstracts: You need more than a sense of duty to lead the Tory party. There can only be one Tory leader - and he's not Mr Clarke
Abstracts: You never know who you'll meet on a safari. Never mind the flavour ... just savour the pretty colours. Your gran never had it so good
Abstracts: Young, gifted, black - and a living reproach to our racist school system. Do not jump to conclusions
Abstracts: Young Ireland's having a ball. Drug boss guilty in Guerin killing. Desperately seeking security
Abstracts: Youngsters just wanna have fun. Uninterrupted feminism. Ever done fashion? No? The job's your; 'Elle' has hired a new editor straight from Fleet Street
Abstracts: You only live once. Whisky, water and a dash of history. The complete guide to deserts
Abstracts: Your Bill remains completely unacceptable, Mr Straw. The hypocrisy at the heart of America's banana war. Forget the old feuds and save the economy
Abstracts: 'Your body is a cathedral,' not 'your body in a cathedral.' (sex in public places) Sensation! The Victorians exposed
Abstracts: Your country needs you! All done in the worst possible taste. What have you done to my country?
Abstracts: Your cut-out and keep guide to the General Election (or How to Make Friends and Influence The People). He's 21 points behind. Voters think he's a 'bit of a wally'. Can Hague do nothing right?
Abstracts: Your date sir? The girl with the dark hair.... Mrs Lacks lives forever. Shopping the dark
Abstracts: Your desk has been made redundant. All of life and the movie, too. Can I hear the footsteps behind me?
Abstracts: You're an embarrassment. A week that rode on a roller-coaster of emotion. Forget tonight, what will you be doing on New Year's Eve 1999?
Abstracts: You're as sharp as a pin, but how high's your EQ? The lust that dare not speak its name. Carl Jung: a 'psychic pyramid seller.' (new views on influence of Carl Jung)
Abstracts: You're invited to a bonding. The Naes try to swing it: in Scotland Borders fret on devolution. A modern political party needs to be mean, lean and hungry
Abstracts: You're never too old to get fit. Seven days to save this grimy election. Sheffield's new mettle
Abstracts: You're not going out like that ... are you? We'll take Manhattan by storm. The tomboy queen of New York cool
Abstracts: You're on the way up. Just don't have children. Everything must go. Where networking is child's play
Abstracts: You're so vain, they could make a movie about you. Samuel Fuller. Samuel Beckett: the movie
Abstracts: 'You're the people who are looking for sorcerers? Well, here I am.'. The forced feminisation of politics
Abstracts: 'You're through to Talk Radio....'. Last battle for jaw-jutting, ass-kicking, inexhaustible Commander Ashdown
Abstracts: 'You're through to Talk Radio....'. Radio 3's new agenda. A little rain on the Parade
Abstracts: You're wrong. His name is not Michael Caine. Acting for Crewe and camera. Taking the Michael
Abstracts: You're wrong, Mr Blunkett, sex education is essential. 'I ponder what I have done: I feel at east and back in the real world.' (Conservative MP Emma Nicholson's views on defecting to the Liberal Democrats)
Abstracts: Your first job is to be happy. Will you be my buddy? Employers race to nurture natural leaders
Abstracts: Your future life signposted. The Mir space station, which will break through the Earth's atmosphere next week, isn't the only thing that's falling apart up there
Abstracts: Your future starts here. Edinburgh Festival: the fun starts here. Consumer revolution starts here
Abstracts: Your granny should know. Please Miss, don't shout. Popcorn, pizza, pyjamas... it's pandemonium
Abstracts: Your guide to feigning civility. Luxor by Lada. The complete guide to the Nile
Abstracts: Your life in the hands of a robot. Why laughter really is the best medicine. Is there really an alternative?
Abstracts: Your move, Mr Chow. Inflation at lowest level since days of Macmillan. UBS Warburg cleans up at City Oscars ceremony
Abstracts: Your new car that you will never own. Europe faces severe threat from Pacific Rim. Question: why a buy a car when you can lease one?
Abstracts: Your problems, his profits. You've read the novel, now play the game. The royal hunt of the Sun
Abstracts: Yours for as little as 100 pounds sterling, and available from a crook near you. The British connection: judge says cleric is vital link
Abstracts: Yours with acrimony and a lot of lacrimony. Don't trip over the price tag. No scramble for dinosaur eggs
Abstracts: Your true colours revealed - for a fee. The secret sculpture garden. Lionel's written the script for us
Abstracts: You saw it on BBC first. Morality claws. Art for the heart's sake
Abstracts: Youth, beauty and a will to live - all in a sweet-smelling unguent. Lehman Brothers may be last-minute hope for Bioglan to complete fundraising
Abstracts: You think politicians don't matter? She knows better: Oxfam report attacks the West's unbending and self-serving approach to Third World debt
Abstracts: You think they're all lads. It's not pretty, what they're doing to Gavin. Naughty but nice
Abstracts: You've caught it; you've got it for life. It's a power thing. Celebrate advent and cavort for the full moon
Abstracts: You've come a long way, Quentin. I love him at 13, and, yes, I love him still. An affair that never ended
Abstracts: You've got to accentuate the positive. If he cant's spring you, nobody can. PG Tips and passion
Abstracts: You've got to be cruel to be kind. Now, the sculptor's tale. Tough love in a warm climate
Abstracts: You've nothing to gain but your chains. Triumph of hope over laws of probability. Riddled with corruption? I don't buy it
Abstracts: You want brains? We got them.... New universities spearhead postgrad boom. Learning at a distance
Abstracts: YUGOSLAVIA: NEW PRIME MINISTER NAMED. She's been under house arrest for 24 years. Now, finally, Tito's widow is being set free
Abstracts: Yuri ranks her with Catherine the Great. Igor would like to paint her, naked. They, unlike others they could mention, have kept the faith. Iron Lady: the Thatcherite Party of Russia salutes you (and wonders if you fancy a night ou?)
Abstracts: Zach de Beer. Sir de Villiers Graaff Bt. John Laredo
Abstracts: Zaire aid fails to reach lost and hungry. Zaire accuses Rwanda of supporting rebels. 15-mile river of refugees flees Zaire fighting
Abstracts: Zaire's rebels prove a powerful force for change in Africa. 'Winne, the arch-manipulator, reduced South Africa's time for healing to little more than a cheap gameshow.' (Truth and Reconciliation Commission fails to take action against Winnie Madikizela-Mandela)
Abstracts: Zbigniew Herbert. Janet Seymour-Smith. Martin Seymour-Smith
Abstracts: Zealot for the bomb defends Ukraine. Bitter harvest on the steppes. Chechen puppet walks the high wire
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