Abstracts: BBC told to cut out waste, sell off assets and stop the dumbing down. UK: MUTUAL OWNERSHIP SUGGESTED FOR BBC
Abstracts: Bean counters make way for button pushers. Money men go hunting for the new high-fliers. Ethnically-friendly funds
Abstracts: Bear market stokes long-term debate over bonds versus equities. Britain's ready for the Internet challenge
Abstracts: Bears set to make way for bulls on Russia's prospects. Whatever happens, Russia can do no wrong. Capitalism blooms in Russia's chaos
Abstracts: Be a sport - but do you really need those trainers? Pupil power. Your first baby: you must be so happy ... mustn't you?
Abstracts: Be assured of getting the best life cover. Ensuring that there is money in the pot. With profits, but without truths
Abstracts: Beatrice Wood. Janet Leach. Norah Braden
Abstracts: Beat the clock. Football's coming home - to your PC. Death of an ill-informed hardware salesman
Abstracts: Beat the Millennium Bug or everyone catches a cold. Europe's left-of-centre parties have discovered the 'third way.'(Column)
Abstracts: Beautiful but badly behaved. A compost corner that reeks of defeat - but don't throw in the trowel just yet. A waxy crassula isn't just for Christmas
Abstracts: Beauty in detail. A suitocrat of the old school. Bob Geldof: back from the brink
Abstracts: Be a visionary, go the distance. Friend of the Great Beast. Kossoff: reluctant urban visionary
Abstracts: Be a visionary, go the distance. Harnessing the most capricious of resources. The dying stars
Abstracts: Be bold, Mr Blair, and accept this challenge to a TV debate. The year that Blair showed his true colours
Abstracts: Because I'm worth it. Walking tall, talking loud. Don't worry, she might grow out of it
Abstracts: Because it might be out there. Rocks of ages. Looking down on Creation
Abstracts: Beef ban could be lifted by Christmas UK: RELATIVES OF BSE VICTIMS TO GET COMPENSATION. UK: EC GRANT FOR BEEF MARKET
Abstracts: Beef crisis infected with a bad case of soundbite disease. Boycott? No, we're happily shopping with 'the enemy.'
Abstracts: Beef isn't the burning issue. Now Blair must go out and sell his vision of reform. Phobes to the right, phobes to the left
Abstracts: Been there, bought it, sold it. Take a look at the motor insurance you just bought. It says 'comprehensive.' But is it?
Abstracts: Beer money for the butterflies. The agony and ecstasy of a city on edge. Bernard's big obsession
Abstracts: Beetle-mania, Nineties-style. Not just a van, more a way of life. UK: IMPLICATIONS FOR MARKET OF DEMISE OF ESCORT
Abstracts: Before they start thinking about tomorrow. They march, they sing, they vote. Foetuses: how did they get so big?
Abstracts: Behave, or you'll be sent to Stroud. Would you be sent to Coventry for a really good job? Sent outside for the night
Abstracts: Behind every Homer is a very tall man. Bottled blonds. Oh doctor: my destiny is rubble
Abstracts: Behind the barrier of separation. Would you pay someone to find you a home? What do women really want? Something sound, secure and good for singletons
Abstracts: Behind the Birmingham scandal. Entertaining the great and the good doesn't prove a thing. Is this the only Labour leader to dislike the very party he leads?
Abstracts: Behind the ironic mask. Don't hold your breath. Chums on seats
Abstracts: Behind the Net curtain. Do you read me, comrade? Internet code ruling hailed as free speech victory
Abstracts: Being four can be such a testing time. See what you want to see. Ask what you want to ask. Schools on the Net: a success story, virtually
Abstracts: Being the herptile expert. Rekindling the fire. Health care for new fish shipments
Abstracts: Being your own Master. This MBA could run and run. Middle England harnesses postgrad power
Abstracts: Bela Szasz. Miklos Vasarhelyi. Miklos Meszoly
Abstracts: Beleaguered Barak woos Israeli Arabs in final bid to reverse Sharon's election lead. Barak and Sharon poised for gladiatorial contest
Abstracts: Beleaguered mobile phone firms look to GPRS for shot in the arm. Mobile operators make location big business
Abstracts: Beleaguered suppliers to M&S cut their cloth to suit their orders. Burton back in fashion as Arcadia revives
Abstracts: Believe the White Stripe hype. Who is the Jazz Butcher? You ask the questions
Abstracts: Bella likes ice-skating. Lizzie's into soul. They're both 15, typical teenagers in many ways. But Bella and Lizzie aren't like other kids their age. They have a secret. A secret life they didn't choose. One day they may be able to tell their friends about it. But not yet. Not now
Abstracts: Beloved of rogues and researchers. It's old and grey but some people still love it. Private collector seeks like-minded people
Abstracts: Ben Bagley. Helen Jepson. Victor Borge
Abstracts: Bend, stretch, get physical. Medical research brings cancer survival closer. The right vitamin - if you can get it
Abstracts: Ben Hogan. Seconds out, round two of my life.... Brian Moore
Abstracts: Ben Okri's green-apple, left handed sort of day. If it rains you get wet. If it's my film it gets trashed. Jennifer's new dawn
Abstracts: Bent backwards without support. When caring means sharing ... Advertising a case for help
Abstracts: Be open to the future - but remain open to all. What's hot on the campuses? The lure of the exotic and the wicked
Abstracts: Berating politicians will not bring public money back to the arts. Josh Kirby
Abstracts: Berbers keep their distance from the FIS. Algeria's war of myths. Berbers bring Algeria to brink of insurrection
Abstracts: Berlin, 9 November 1938: the night it all came home. Diploma route to a good job. Trolley good!
Abstracts: Bernard's bolthole. Children's fiction finds a new hero in Just William's long-lost chum. 'Mona Lisa' just one of the world's greatest paintings that fails to make it into top 100
Abstracts: Bernarr Rainbow. The British grande dame and young Bill. Dame Ruth Railton
Abstracts: Bertie Mee. Don Roper. Stan Cullis
Abstracts: Bertram E. Smythies. Ronald Brand. Eric Austen
Abstracts: Bert Weedon! What, now? Yes, yes, yes. Sweetness in Seattle. Still hip to be Squire
Abstracts: Best drunk when fresh. From a Prodigal Son to a Black Sheep. Tested by pigeons, drunk by the landlord
Abstracts: Best foot forward. Well-adapted mutations. Angles on Saxons
Abstracts: Best friends hanged in bizarre pact. Welcome to Aberdeen, Britain's saddest city. Crossing the borderline
Abstracts: Betrayed, beaten and burnt by the hated 'collaborators.'. Simple peace equation that doesn't add up. Israel's victims buried to wails of rage
Abstracts: Better a dalliance than an all-out alliance. An olive branch or a deadly embrace? Do not mistake deals for reforms
Abstracts: Better dead than wed. Thirty-seven hours (not) at home with the agony family Atkins. ... and the need for some space to mourn
Abstracts: Better heroin than HIV. Colombia's barons switch to heroin. Heroin chic gets a glossy cover
Abstracts: Better measurement practices are critical to better understanding of sales management issues. The new model of personal selling: micromarketing
Abstracts: Better than sex: the joys of litigation. Getting to grips with indolence. Getting Glasgow better
Abstracts: Better than the rest: Do Tory claims stand up? Will the European malaise drag Britain down? Why has the US economy slowed so much?
Abstracts: Better ways home if you have no boss. Low inflation turns the tables on endowment mortgages. Before you go, do your heirs one last favour
Abstracts: Betty Marsden. Patricia Hayes. Mae Questel
Abstracts: Between a rock and a rich place. Islands in the stream. A monumental undertaking
Abstracts: Between heaven and a headache. What a work of art is man. Here's one in your eye
Abstracts: Beware, Aunt Edna, if you give your all. You give me fever right through the GCSE course.... 'Alice is a fighter, she will not give in.'
Abstracts: Beware new housing traps for the poor. How Swift's old-age horrors came true. Small acts that rescue communities
Abstracts: Beware of fibs in Euro-sceptic clothing. Europe: how the East was lost. BSE: big chance for Brussels
Abstracts: Beware of the small claims court. It may be a toothless watchdog. A crime may just be the beginning of your ordeal
Abstracts: Beware the bogus vendor. Why it pays to join the village people. A serenade to the Sixties
Abstracts: Beware: the business cycle has not been repealed. Where will the next shock come from? New year will bring more negative surprises
Abstracts: Beware the downside of IT share options. Money, money money ... now what? The real world can be an expensive place to live
Abstracts: Beware the fall of a House of Cards. Are building society prophets getting it wrong on profits? A little cross-investment can cause a large conflict of interest
Abstracts: Beware the intolerant certainties of European liberals. Don't tell me to stay home and watch World Cup football on the telly
Abstracts: Beware the P-day jitters. Going private for profit. A golden opportunity
Abstracts: Beware the penguin, Bill. Will XP reboot the PC world? Why free software is a hard sell
Abstracts: Beware the press when money and arrogance are on the loose. No withdrawal, no war, and no neutrality. A dumb witness mouthing horror
Abstracts: Beware the prophets of the economic miracle. Predictability gives way to year of living dangerously. Britain is feeling good again ...
Abstracts: Beware the wealthy man with a good tale to tell. Hanging Hitler's painters. Down on the farm: a tale of cowardice, panic and dithering
Abstracts: Beware the wild rovers of Limerick and Lewisham. Time bandits. Johnny Rotten, Coleridge and me
Abstracts: Be wary of high risk private investment. Days to go, and the taxman rubs his hands. Avoid being mauled by the tiger economies
Abstracts: Bewitched by a magical singer. Frame by frame. The profit of gloom
Abstracts: Beyond the lure of off-the-shelf ethics. Between Waterworld and Judge Dredd. Myth of withering government
Abstracts: Beyond the rising of the sun. 48 hours in the life of Cologne. Looking for a New England
Abstracts: Beyond Whitehall's grasp. Why I won't let Major in. Little England has no future
Abstracts: Bibi flounders in sea of troubles after Hamas fiasco. Hamas chief says revenge attacks are the only defence. Shadow of Hamas hangs over Gaza visit
Abstracts: Bibi Netanyahu's failed bid to emulate King Claudius. Netanyahu accused over Jerusalem homes pledge. Can Bibi beat the suicide bombers?
Abstracts: Bible of left and satirical upstart are worlds apart. 'Why did they think we were criminals?' (Denese Mapp, who alleges assault by Metropolitan Police officers)
Abstracts: Bidders make call on telecoms' future. Vodafone's 37bn pounds sterling AirTouch coup shows mobiles can rule the world
Abstracts: Bid for magical Thorpe Hall. Prime time to feast on the fiesta. A fiesta of flowers down Mexico way
Abstracts: Big Blue has something for everyone. Escaping to warmer climes now affordable. Exports put a breeze in the sales
Abstracts: Big Brother is watching Boris Becker. 'Hummers' win fight for inquiry. Keepers offer pay cut to keep gates open
Abstracts: Big business is looking for organic growth. Giggling with Kubrick. Adding value proves taxing
Abstracts: Big Daddy government is out of date. When Daddy's doing time .... Daddy doesn't live here any more ...
Abstracts: Big enough, rich enough, but.... Scotland can pay its own way. Big, but not big enough
Abstracts: Big firms profiting from tax collection. Small business: the new great leap forward. Are you ready to take the plunge?
Abstracts: Big Government is coming back, thanks to the little kids. A townie in heaven. The dumbing down of an after-dark DJ
Abstracts: Big-hitters lock horns in classic contest. The oldest mover in town. Video shows bin Laden pale and tired. But the what, where, when and how remain a mystery
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