Abstracts: Call him the maharaja, not the super-cripple. From stand-in to superstar. Well, look who's here
Abstracts: Call me father, not the old man. Vouching for the nursery. Forget the games, where's my party bag?
Abstracts: Call this green and pleasant land? Where have all the nurses gone? Where have all the woodlands gone?
Abstracts: Call to curb carpetbaggers Nationwide carpetbaggers swept aside Another option for carpetbaggers
Abstracts: Calm after the human storm. Dark lord of the Spanish plains. The complete guide to Lord of the Rings country
Abstracts: Campaigners who blend reason with grandstanding: Greenpeace's call for a ban on all oil exploration is unnecessary
Abstracts: Campaigning for internal control. Tough battle over tender issues. Journey's end is better, safer travel
Abstracts: Campaigns urge gays to 'think pink' before voting. Before the trade winds to Antigua. I'd had enough of tears before bedtime
Abstracts: Campaigns urge gays to 'think pink' before voting. Glowing with health? Making old bones long before his time
Abstracts: Campaign to pardon troops hits setback. Cannabis: the drug we still can't accept. Ready, steady, sue ...
Abstracts: CANADA: ATLANTIC FISH STOCKS NOT RECOVERING. Floodwaters bring hope of a revival in salmon stocks. WORLD: GLOBAL WARMING CONFIRMED
Abstracts: Canada is a foreign country; they ski differently there. Hooray, no more French tests. This is how to move mountains
Abstracts: Canada's 'no' voters humiliate Mulroney and anger Indians. Quebec vote brings separation closer. Lifting the lid on the pizza man
Abstracts: CANADA: STRONG INTEREST IN SEAGRAM BRANDS. UK: JIM BEAM SELLS BRUICHLADDICH. A drink with a poetic licence
Abstracts: Can Africa beat its great plague? Life on Mars - war of the words. Dug from the sands of time
Abstracts: Canal dreams. And about time, too. Rubbish. Absolute rubbish
Abstracts: Can all the world have a share? Dear Alan and Will, Sorry. You'll have to try harder. The world is getting greyer, and this will have a big impact on your life
Abstracts: Canal sales to unlock a waterside boom PDFM set to be sold for 1.8bn UK: WENSLEYDALE PURCHASE TO MEET DEMAND
Abstracts: Canals join the 21st century. How the MoD met modernism. We have ways of making you buy
Abstracts: Canals join the 21st century. Time for discourse or design? Libeskind - lost in space?
Abstracts: Can America match its mouth with its muscle? Islamic treasure stolen. Russia goes full speed ahead to raise the 'Kursk.'
Abstracts: Can anyone be grown up about this? The village people fight back. Desperately seeking privacy
Abstracts: Can anything stop the rise of Rupert? The bottom line of money, the BBC and rehabilitation. The magic of television - and Mr Murdoch
Abstracts: Can baby carbuncles become adult icons? A child's intuition, an adult's logic. Baby, you can wear my car
Abstracts: Can Blair answer the Tory jibe? How I discovered a health system that works efficiently and treats patients well
Abstracts: Can Blair get hold of the middle classes? How Blair can save billions on defence. A million Britons will eat at McDonald's today. So why, asks Paul Vallely, has the burger chain become the focus of so much middle-class distaste?
Abstracts: Can Britain revive the Victorian spirit of pride in public service? Britain's low-tax reputation may be eclipsed by downsizing in Europe
Abstracts: Can castration cure paedophiles? The worst threat is your own mind. 'I will not stop until Jonathan is free.' (Cheryl Tooze, whose lover Jonathan Jones was found guilty of murdering her parents)(Interview)
Abstracts: Cancel that invite to the virtual dinner party. Interest rates could be a big problem for Brown. Harsh realities of national interest
Abstracts: Can centre-left parties halt growing inequality? No reason to copy the fading German miracle. A housing recovery would create new losers
Abstracts: Cancer combat. The tragic lessons of the Holocaust. Sadness, siege and suspicion, but no relief
Abstracts: Can corporate woman save the day for corporate man? Oil pipe extension threatens Ecuadorian birds. US: OIL BARGE HIJACKED BY GREENPEACE
Abstracts: Can dad become the perfect mum? 'On a permanent learning curve': independent designers need more than just innovative ideas and flair to become household names
Abstracts: Candidates face testing time. Still searching for management's Holy Grail. Market forces a new approach to customer
Abstracts: Candid cameras at risk. The day after the 'Tonight' before. You can't butcher me, I've got the law on my side
Abstracts: Can digital TV convert the dish-hating viewer? My plan to make the BBC hip. Why I'm backing the BBC
Abstracts: Can germ warfare torpedo the mosquito? Pasteur: how they milked a legend. Bad news for this bacterium
Abstracts: Can God beat the computer. Let slip hot dogs of war. Middle-class kids rule, OK
Abstracts: Can good emerge from the evil of the Omagh bomb? Report that will not withstand scrutiny. Extremists who never gave up on the way of the bomb
Abstracts: Can he take the heat? The house that Bob built. Tales of the unexpected
Abstracts: Can HIV resist a cure? Dolphins at play in LA Bay. Sky's the limit for Mars research
Abstracts: Can immoral artists produce great works? Discuss (with examples). More money would be great, but Smith has little else to crow about
Abstracts: Canine parvovirus: a killer on the run. Bird market soars, but some left on runway. Small animals escape '81 economic trap
Abstracts: Can Italy survive Dini's fall? Climax of Italy's TV war. Illegal migrants reach EU havens via Italy
Abstracts: Can it be wrong to 'black up' for Othello? RSC plan to demolish Stratford. Musicals turning drama into a crisis, say producers
Abstracts: Can it, could it, be Donovan? No one could be less of a lovey. Poets' corner
Abstracts: Can Jack Straw prove himself an exceptional Home Secretary? Betrayed: the luvvies Labour's lost. New Labour needs to ally itself with middlebrow culture
Abstracts: Can Japan's old hands pull it off? Broad spread satisfies risk-averse investors. Steering a steady course through Japan's ups and downs
Abstracts: Can local heroes convince a nation? Bill Clinton. Just don't do as we did
Abstracts: Can Mandela halt the flight of the whites? Mandela attacks white privilege and free press. Whites hit back over 'dishonest' ANC attack
Abstracts: Can morals make a return? Try these books for size. More to bonds than high income
Abstracts: Can Mr Blair really make war and peace at the same time? Why demand the endgame when the war's barely begun? Against the war? So what would your alternative be?
Abstracts: Can Netanyahu snatch an unlikely victory? Kuchma may face impeachment for theft and bribery. Crowds demand resignation of 'killer' Kuchma
Abstracts: Can niche nations survive in a world dominated by global trading blocs? Three ways to fix globalisation
Abstracts: Canny consumers outsmart the stores as high streets run into hard times. Trading on the high street slows as shoppers stay away
Abstracts: Canny investment has given us an edge in the global economy. Start writing a different chapter
Abstracts: Canny investment has given us an edge in the global economy. part 2 How Italy's transformation of economy could change the world
Abstracts: Canny Scots plan NHS savings. Saving face. Are you sitting on a problem?
Abstracts: Canny Tamils embrace chance for peace. The veil of tears. He wanted to kill our babies for being girls
Abstracts: Canon David Strangeways. CSM George Finch. Vice-Admiral Sir Roderick Macdonald
Abstracts: Canon Rupert Lonsdale. Capt M.G. Haworth. The Right Rev Geoffrey Burke
Abstracts: Can our squaddies ever be kept in line? The rise of the DIY terrorist. War without casualties
Abstracts: Can pay, will pay. Insurers still refuse to reduce charges. How to be a winner in the home loans war
Abstracts: Can peace expunge his crime? Deciphering the highway code. Chirac rekindles a very dear friendship
Abstracts: Can peace survive such sabotage? Scarlet, Orange and very smart. Blair's big chance of power ...but not yet
Abstracts: Can Peking tame the Net? Peking insists it is not starving orphans. Peking fights for the souls of capitalists
Abstracts: Can people-power get the better of politics? Why footballers are playing to win. Sun, sea and sand: it's hell out there
Abstracts: Can Prozac destroy our free will? For this man hell is having to say what he believes in. MPs condemn 'naive' church commissioners
Abstracts: Can Russia survive the horrors that lie ahead? Kill or cure for Mother Russia. A change of heart in Moscow
Abstracts: Can she do the business? Will Marj stay in charge? Bob builds a future with Barney
Abstracts: Can Sky save this stricken sport? Hearts on sleeves to save the world. Save our granite cathedrals
Abstracts: Can student mates be friends for life? I just won't take it any more, my Sun (resignation of 'Sun' news editor, Tom Petrie)
Abstracts: Can't afford to buy? Why not split the cost. The carrot and stick approach to home sales. Lenders warn of severe slowdown in homes market
Abstracts: Can't get to sleep? All you need is love. Anything you recall, I recall better. Mini-gym, tumble tots, ballet ... and burn-out!
Abstracts: Can the Bandit Queen sway the polls? Rao's 'Rasputin' is jailed for fraud. Nehru's utopia takes a final tumble
Abstracts: Can the City halt London's drift to the east? Sparks fly as Saatchi dispute erupts again. Cadbury persuades Dr Pepper
Abstracts: Can the country really Handel it? There's method in the madness. Little lacerations on the human spirit
Abstracts: Can they cross the Rubicon? Can the Irish puzzle finally be solved? Major's vision of Ulster peace
Abstracts: Can this misery be limited to the markets, or will we all be gloomy soon? Reaping the benefits of telecoms revolution
Abstracts: 'Can't pay? We'll take the carpet.'. The return of the magnificent six. 'I've stopped telling people what I do.'
Abstracts: Can Trimble find the courage to take a big risk for peace? Trimble told to 'take risk' on arms deal. How a bad day for Trimble turned into a black day for Ulster
Abstracts: Can't stop now. I take on JFK and what thanks do I get? Tourists trek into a financial wilderness
Abstracts: Can we break the language barrier? Do your dealing on the Internet to get ahead. A student and a mother: how does she cope?
Abstracts: Can we carry on just spending our way out of economic trouble? Can the Great British Consumer keep us growing?
Abstracts: Can we have our lunch now, Miss? Being middle class makes boys a target. Please Miss, which days do you come in to class?
Abstracts: Can we have your marks, please, Oslo. The devil and the deep blue sea. Bombazine doyen takes a break
Abstracts: Can we have your marks, please, Oslo. Twenty-two positions in a fortnight stand. The Lucy Gannon formula
Abstracts: Can we trust doctors when they put us under the knife? 'Clockwork Orange' drug now possible. Farewell to the dear old district general hospitals
Abstracts: Can we trust the Chancellor not to repeat his mistakes? Why Britons sell out when others keep it in the family
Abstracts: Can we trust the judges to make our laws? Cuts in tax and red tape top contender's bill. Portillo to run if Major ousted
Abstracts: Can we trust the men in suits? Vengeful masses celebrate the exorcism of a banal evil. Not paranoid? You're crazy!
Abstracts: Can you believe it? A quiet life? Anything but. A bloke for all seasons
Abstracts: Can you be sure of Ken Saro-Wiwa? A green with spleen. Time to take the bull by the horns
Abstracts: Can you buy a better body? The year of the beast. How dieting became a national obsession
Abstracts: Can you earn as you learn? The French academic connection. Express yourself in the Orient
Abstracts: Can you smell anything? I wish I could. Happiness is a steak and kidney pie. 'You do anything for their happiness.'
Abstracts: Can you smell anything? I wish I could. They're mucky, they smell. Who would wish to be wife to the Ginger Man?
Abstracts: Can you tell who it is yet? At home with Bob. Stevie Starr, a tough act to swallow
Abstracts: Capellino and Coats hope to change clothing. Why fur coats are an on-off thing. A crucial time for the subconscious emotion business
Abstracts: Capitalism and the Atlantic divide nations of the wealthy West. The 20th century was American, but this one will be Europe's
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