Abstracts: Death is our best friend for life. Mad boffins and other science fictions. Virus that came in from the cold
Abstracts: Death of a president - then the bloodbath. Europe gets in the way as Major reaches for the world. Sunshine and deadly nightshade
Abstracts: Death of the business cycle - or a lot of bull? Success can lie in taking a long look at the risks. Look at risks, not just rewards
Abstracts: Death of the family doctor. We can't all buy personal security. Subtle facets of a rough diamond
Abstracts: Death of The Street. Inside the village of hate. The battle of Hell Bay
Abstracts: Death on prescription? Drug of the century. If MMR doesn't cause autism, then what on earth does?
Abstracts: Death on the road to safety. Learning the bitter lessons of Bosnia. Life begins at 50: can the UN show how?
Abstracts: Death rides again in New York. Lone drivers banned from central New York. The man who liked New York so much he decided to buy it
Abstracts: Deaths fuel calls for more scrutiny of tranquillisers. Found: a new world that begins at your nose. Insuring against a parent's greatest fear
Abstracts: Deaths of 16 in health trial 'inevitable' Environmental experts query tanker's course. Was this spill inevitable?
Abstracts: Debt collection gives councils a taxing time. Counties come to terms with hung councils. Laying waste: the landfill tax
Abstracts: 'Decadent' Menem's party heads for defeat. New Delhi smokers coughing mad as city boss bans their fix. The fashionable rebel
Abstracts: Decay and degradation. The Newton Goldings' problem? Their garden is concrete. Schwarzkopf and the Bronze Baby
Abstracts: Decent, hard-working people: are these Mr Clark's gangsters? In a world based on justice, we must embrace these refugees
Abstracts: Decline and fall of the Yeltsin empire. Grachev fired as Yeltsin buys Lebed support. After Yeltsin: how will Russia react?
Abstracts: Decoy Inc. US right hoists its Standard. Charge of the right brigade
Abstracts: Deep down and dirty. Trance meeting. All dressed up and somewhere to go
Abstracts: Deep in denial. Making a drama out of a crisis. When the laughter had to stop
Abstracts: Deep purple and kind of blue. Paradise lost. Child abusers: treat them young and stop the cycle
Abstracts: Deep waters surround lands of opportunity. Keep ahead of inflation in retirement. Something old and something new from City professionals
Abstracts: Deer hunters join Africa's forgotten war. Steel-willed playwright defies the generals. Beheading stirs Nigerian tension
Abstracts: Defence against racism. Inquiry marks watershed in attitudes to racism. 'The murder and the failure to convict is an affront to society.'
Abstracts: Defiant in the dock, the self-proclaimed saviour of Serbia manages to divide the Balkans again. Milosevic faces an ever-growing charge sheet
Abstracts: Defiant Serbs torch villages as Europe braces itself for war. Hundreds of US marines sent in to find bin Laden
Abstracts: Defiant shouts end a strange saga of international intrigue and conspiracy. Defiant to the last, a brilliant career is ended in ignominy
Abstracts: Define your goal, then shoot for the best returns. Why children must now be taught to 'save as you learn.'. Where to hide your savings as rates fall
Abstracts: Defining the attraction of factory outlet centres. Variety stores retailing. The development of factory outlet retailing
Abstracts: DeForest Kelley. Jack May. Jack Watling
Abstracts: Defusing a demographic time bomb without moving to funded pensions. Is capitalism heading for breakdown?
Abstracts: D? E? Get me a lawyer! Far too long on the couch. The politics of the BBC (Ben Bradshaw, Candidate)
Abstracts: Degrees that drive students to despair. Anoraks and public school boys not wanted. The sixth-formers who are putting in 60-hour weeks
Abstracts: Degree was a real hope opera. Opening up: Craig Brown. Opening up: Paul Kells
Abstracts: Degree was a real hope opera. The new approach to teacher education. From IT to the bottom of the deep blue sea
Abstracts: De Klerk, an odd breed of conservative. Why do we run away from the harsh truth about South Africa? Prince Mcwayizeni Israel Zulu
Abstracts: Delight and disaster in an African diary. 'The people are starving - we need to get back in to help.'. Concerted action for a global problem
Abstracts: Deliverance: does Northern Ireland need a Truth and Reconciliation commission? Inside the towers, they scrambled for their lives
Abstracts: Deliver me from hospitals. The smooth guide to the perfect party. 'Stewed twigs helped us have a baby.'
Abstracts: Deliver us from hospital cutbacks. The secret of Hazel Lansdale's smile. Downland newts hope for small pond success
Abstracts: Delusions of grandeur. Love's labours lost. The name of progress
Abstracts: Demands with menaces. To make tea or not to make tea: that is the question. Life begins at 40? Not for secretaries, it doesn't
Abstracts: Democracies are prone to doing bad things for good reasons. Survival is his greatest skill. Now force is the only way
Abstracts: Democracy betrayed by Europe. Icy grip of fear returns to haunt Albanian streets. Fear and fury after Albania's sham election
Abstracts: Democracy shivers on the frozen steppes. So many women, so little time. Bangkok's long night of mayhem
Abstracts: Democrats' best short. American dreams. Socialists prepare to settle for second best
Abstracts: Democrats in a shrine to evil. Poles apart: Church vs choice. Search revived for the Amber Room
Abstracts: Dempster in excelsis. Heroin couldn't get him, nor the police, nor the hordes of dangerous girlfriends. Now he's going to be a grandfather. Keith Richards, a grandpa? Is this the end?
Abstracts: Deng bolsters Jiang with another title. Watching and waiting for Deng. In search of Deng's successor
Abstracts: Denis Goacher. Jon Silkin. Allen Curnow
Abstracts: Denmark on 250 pounds sterling. 48 hours in Nice. Give me a break: Brussels on 250 pounds sterling
Abstracts: Dennis the menace. Goodbye to all that? Not just a sitcom Charlie
Abstracts: Dental care costs set to stay painful. Why bulls are horning in on the Eastern Europe story. How to venture into the high-flying world of 20 per cent tax relief
Abstracts: Department and variety store retailing. Pet food and pet care retailing. Nursery equipment retailing
Abstracts: Derek Salberg. Peter Dews. Gervase Farjeon
Abstracts: Derek Taylor. Tony Ashton. Joey Ramone
Abstracts: Dermot Morgan. John Heyer. Jean Anderson
Abstracts: Deryck Guyler. Gene Autry. Peter Noble
Abstracts: Desert city strikes lucky. The complete guide to The Great Lakes. Far from the summer crowd ... and the camper vans
Abstracts: Desert Storm's big cheese. Cold, calculated hot pursuit. Danny and the octopus
Abstracts: Designer nipples that you can take anywhere. Relieve the pain of costly dental work. Back pain? Don't take it lying down
Abstracts: Designerwear retailing. Menswear discount retailing. Men's designerwear retailing
Abstracts: Designs for a roaring success. Between heaven and earth. Breathing in the Sussex air
Abstracts: Designs for living. Tribal values. Taking the shirt off their backs
Abstracts: Designs galore. At last, a course that's designed just for you. The forgotten 100,000 who miss out on education
Abstracts: Des Lynam was just the start. To ITV's head of sport, the whole BBC is fair game. Sex is a Channel 4-letter word
Abstracts: Despair and death on an estate without hope. Schoolchildren's adventure at sea that turned into a nightmare. Legal fight to save 'ecological cathedral'
Abstracts: Desperate Bush calls Baker in; feared political operator is moved from State Department to rescue President's campaign
Abstracts: Desperately seeking modern. Glasgow's other architect. Such a hotchpotch of porridges
Abstracts: Desperately seeking privacy. Give me a child with burning ambition .... Under private investigation
Abstracts: Deutsche Telekom fights back on all fronts. Advertisers raise hopes of end to media slowdown. EMI 'only days away' from Bertelsmann decision
Abstracts: Develop a nose for some vintage investments. When 5bn pounds sterling is up for grabs, you have to expect a fight
Abstracts: DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: TOBACCO PROMOTION FEAR. UK: GENETIC TEST FOR NICOTINE ADDICTION. US: IMPACT OF SMOKING IN WORKPLACE
Abstracts: De Vere chief bunkered by Ryder Cup decision and slump in tourism. 'If you don't enjoy it, don't start doing it.'
Abstracts: Devils for punishment - the serial renovators. Forget the fresh coffee. A guaranteed income from leasing to housing associations
Abstracts: Diageo to lose Wild Turkey rights Why soccer stars have share prices at their feet. Drinks giants spurn Arnault's merger plan
Abstracts: Dial 01 for confusion. You really can take it with you. Testing times for cable's visionaries
Abstracts: Dial 911 and speak to the prime suspect. A-wooing at the Royal Court. Darryl and Vicky run a little society in Texas. Kill a criminal, they pay $5,000
Abstracts: Dialogue of the paramilitaries. Threats have no place in Ulster talks. Out of the Irish cul-de-sac
Abstracts: Diamond find puts glitter into Emerald Isle. Michael Hand. Bullets that ended a quest for justice
Abstracts: Diamond mystery of the Great Train Robbery. Mitterrand's mischief backfires. Gun battle as Mitterrand ends Sarajevo walkabout
Abstracts: Diana, David Beckham and a nation in emotional turmoil. Britain is unbuttoning, but it will not bring the changes many expect
Abstracts: Diana didn't want a garden. Rosemary Brown. Rosemary Verey
Abstracts: Diana: How we saw it. Labour newcomer reveals her long-lost son - and turns tables on the tabloids. The tabloids take their slice of the pie
Abstracts: Diana Kirkbride-Helbaek. Photojournalism: Diana is not its greatest victim. Diana's legacy to the nation for the New Year
Abstracts: Diana, the queen of laughs? Avon calls for Mr Motormouth. Wilde at heart
Abstracts: DianaWorld: the making of a Tragic Kingdom. Fondling, fraud and pay-offs - just another day in Camden. A life of freedom, or a whale of a lie?
Abstracts: Diaries tell of assaults and sex threats. Dando's killer put gun barrel to the side of her head. One speck of lead in a coat pocket 'links man to Dando.'
Abstracts: Diary of a genius dying in Hampstead. History in costly fairy-tale garb. Skeletons in her cupboard
Abstracts: Dicing with the daytraders. Consuming the future. The long-term future for hatred in Europe
Abstracts: Did Arafat give a green light to terror? Arafat set to gain from Bibi's stalling. Jubilant Arafat wins legitimacy
Abstracts: Did Freud come up with the greatest idea of the century? Fame, fortune and Freud. Snuggling down with Freud
Abstracts: Did he really have to go? 'You can be plummy and still work for me.'. It was midnight when the call came: Dyke had made it
Abstracts: Did Ingres use a camera? The rover returns to Blackburn. Water, water everywhere...
Abstracts: Did the earth move for you? The excessive minimalist. The Vulcan has landed
Abstracts: Did the NHS cheat Jaymee? Barristers: a law unto themselves. Cradle of fanaticism
Abstracts: Did they kill him? We may never find out. Two of Lawrence murder gang could be innocent, police say. Film places focus on saga that shamed Australia
Abstracts: Did this war have to happen? Have you asked your mother? And the inferior swarms will have to die
Abstracts: Did you have a nice time getting into school, dear? Ethics man takes on the fat cats. Who wants to be a millionaire?
Abstracts: Did you say Big Breakfast? A new light shines on a revolutionary legend. She's the boss. So what?
Abstracts: Dietrich lives on: the irresistible rise of Nicole Kidman (or how a giggly redhead turned herself into a femme fatale for our age)
Abstracts: Digging up diamonds in the British Museum. Our millions create their poverty. Teach British? What's that?
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