Abstracts: Finding a real job for Bobby. The mean machine. Bobby Murdoch
Abstracts: Finding private passion in a public place. No place like home for getting down to work. Certainly no place for Essex man
Abstracts: Finding the exit from hell. I'm just a sweet transgenderist. Young lives between the lines
Abstracts: Finding the right words. Things to make you go 'Om.'. Want to look like Kate Moss?
Abstracts: Finding true romance behind bars. I'm the Rocket Guy. The PC path to effective philanthropy
Abstracts: FINLAND: THOMAS COOK OFFERS NEW PHONE SERVICE. UK: ORANGE PLANS CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE. UK: C&N TO BUY THOMAS COOK HOLIDAY UNIT
Abstracts: Fire and Ice. Giving - but only to a good cause. The machine that ate George Michael
Abstracts: Fire starters. Children of the house of pain. 'The Pied Piper has come to town and heroin is his tune.'
Abstracts: Fires that are burning tomorrow's medicines. Unions flex muscles as strikes hit Toronto. Today, our unions are irrelevant. Tomorrow, they could all be extinct
Abstracts: Firewalls do not a fortress make. Cure me - and make it snappy. I may be a liberal, but make my day
Abstracts: Fireworks in progress. Quiet at the back of the class. I was trying to find the courage not to play the clarinet
Abstracts: Firms ask too much of investments UK: RURAL FIRMS FALL BEHIND. UK: BUREAUCRACY HINDERS NEW JOBS IN SMALL FIRMS
Abstracts: Firms can no longer bank on a home advantage. Growing big in Britain brings its problems. Rural crisis forces radical change on small firms
Abstracts: Firms that opt-out of pension contributions. Breaking up is hard to do when a pension is at stake. Attractive location is a magnet for foreign firms
Abstracts: Firms that opt-out of pension contributions. Digital firms flourish on the Silicon Prairie. Closed networks prove popular with bigger firms
Abstracts: First blood to the US trust-buster. Let the legal battle begin. Court battle of the computer giants
Abstracts: First, but not among equals. Almost black and white. Manoeuvres in the dark
Abstracts: First class style at Third World prices. All style and no conscience. A royal bungalow in the Tesco style
Abstracts: First cracks in anti-Iraq alliance. Labour goes for the jugular. Staying in, or dropping out? Major sows confusion over Europe
Abstracts: First, find your hub cap. Junior Delgado: a millennial dread. She came from outer space
Abstracts: First he took Manhattan. Aldo Berni. Meg Rivers
Abstracts: First of all there was Shopping and F...ing. The rhythm of life. The loss of our innocence
Abstracts: First private hospitals for NHS. Want to close the class gap? Try taxing the rich when they're dead. Myths and realities about Labour's plans for the NHS
Abstracts: First rule of any contract: know when to break rules. Thou shalt not seek publicity. Disgusted? Not really
Abstracts: Firsts among equals? Not really. Life's like this when you're a new student. A student writes: universities are safe
Abstracts: First, slice the audience. There's nothing seedy about these pictures of my kids. They are not 'child porn'. They are wholesome
Abstracts: First steps in a long line of injustices. The slow, painful journey out of the prison time warp. Murder trial sisters convicted by the media
Abstracts: First steps on the property ladder. School fees: plan early and avoid the pain. The portfolio to beat all Peps
Abstracts: First sunrise of the century. The bittersweet tale of Liverpool's sugar. Lady guerrillas who cleaned up nursing
Abstracts: First the bad news about DIY tests.... Got a spare 100,000 pounds sterling? Period peace
Abstracts: First they blew the whistle on match-fixing. Then they went for bigger fish. Dot coma
Abstracts: First things first. The au pair in America: an accident waiting to happen. Diversity among the new recruits: recruitment agencies are realising the benefits of targeting ethnic minorities
Abstracts: 'First to arrive, last to leave.'. 'I suppose I've been very lucky.'. How the cardigan became cool
Abstracts: First with the news - but are they right with the news? CV. Is Chris Smith to play a leading role in Disney's digital battle?
Abstracts: First woman among equals. An establishment questioned. Definite articles are so hard to find
Abstracts: First years don't prove a thing - look to Labour history .... They huff and puff, but Labour MPs are the tamest since 1945
Abstracts: Firth takes to the air to offset steel slump Falling returns threaten Lloyd's financial strength UK: PEACOCKS REVEALS STRONG RESULTS
Abstracts: Fiscal policy is coming back into fashion. Brown wants stability: he has given us stop-go. The last EMU before global union?
Abstracts: Fish retailing around the country. Tattoo clinics stop pet theft. Teacher's pet: the classroom connection
Abstracts: Fish scientists seek the halibut's secrets. Love affairs with leather, lace ... and car exhausts. A mysterious killer stalks the moors
Abstracts: Fishy tale in Golden Grimsby. Pizza: a slice of lifestyle. 48 hours in the life of St Petersburg
Abstracts: Fitter, leaner private policies. Redwood draws up populist 'Budget' to woo soft right. Prison chiefs admit security fiasco
Abstracts: Five employment killers in or out of EMU. Setting: an old debate rejuvenated by New Labour rhetoric. The cost of getting people back to work
Abstracts: Five gunshots as Milosevic is led away a prisoner at last. How Milosevic hid the evidence of his atrocities. 'I never found their bodies'
Abstracts: Five killed as Arafat hunts down militants. Revealed: the self-destructive doctrine according to Ariel. Sharon under pressure to make ceasefire hold
Abstracts: Five on five ultimately comes alive. Still massive after all these years. Fame at the Flamingo: golden years in Soho
Abstracts: Five years ago Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait and lived to tell the tale. But how? When journalists forget that murder is murder
Abstracts: Five years for failed tycoon who built high street empire with 8.5m pounds sterling in dodgy loans. Decision to end Legacy bid taken by Prescott
Abstracts: Five years of crossed lines at Cable & Wireless. Scholar with a foot in the real world. Ten years into his reign, is Dr Carey presiding over a Church facing ruin?
Abstracts: Fixing a mole. A killer deep within the womb. Why would a mother poison her child?
Abstracts: Flagship blown by TV trade winds. So you thought you knew the Thames .... Hello, good knight, and welcome
Abstracts: Flaming Hoon! Does anyone know what the voters want? My country needs me - and the cause is worth fighting for
Abstracts: Flash, bang, wallop. The man who made waves. Captain's log: turned out the lights and left 'Mir' for ever
Abstracts: Flashes of inspiration. Street-wise heroines at home. A rose by many other names
Abstracts: Flash Gordon. A vintage performance. Leader of the pack
Abstracts: Flatliners: in a hospital near you. Strange case of the exploding town. So, it it the people, the light or the architecture that makes Pecs the prettiest place in Hungary?
Abstracts: Flat-rate Net access becomes reality. Wanted: new faces to play the same old songs. Songs of bitter experience
Abstracts: Flawed research had the world on the run. Time to go back to our roots. CANADA: BACTERIA FOUND IN PESTICIDE SPRAYS
Abstracts: Fleeing exiles brave the Limpopo's hungry sentries. Rwanda warns of Hutus preparing second genocide. Niger's border prostitutes and the profits of Islam
Abstracts: Fleming cements ties with Keswicks. Dragging Lazards into the 21st century. Piling up misfortune
Abstracts: Flesh, fabric, sex and money. Pretty vacant: a fine line in glossy charm. Children of a lesser Goya
Abstracts: Flexible workforces are needed in Europe. Phone monopolies are slowing down progress on the Internet. Some still are more equal than others
Abstracts: Flicker of hope from brain damage victim astonishes doctors. Eat your heart out, Dorian Gray
Abstracts: Flight from atrocities to an uncertain future. Photo licences offer Government an escape. 'Interfering anachronism' gives hope among squalor
Abstracts: Flight of the world's great dictators. Across the peace line: a tale of two families. Feminists: Their True Story
Abstracts: Flirting with the enemy. Relatives let into Israelis' jail of death. Amnesty condemns Israelis and Palestinians for rights abuses
Abstracts: Florida all at sea as the full force of Hurricane Georges comes ashore. America comes to terms with the FBI's 'Mortician.'
Abstracts: Flounces, florals and the gentler face of fashion. Quiet revolution. Frills and spills on the student catwalk
Abstracts: Flower powerless. Feel it, breathe it, be it ... then sell it. I feel powerless in other people's hands
Abstracts: Floyd Cramer. Grandpa Jones. Dale Evans
Abstracts: Flying solo. The road to free travel is strewn with flowers. There's no such thing as a free lunch
Abstracts: Flying with Tony, slaving with Joe. Stepping out with a bright-eyed sprite. The code breaker
Abstracts: Fly me, I'm virtually at war. Political activism goes online. Fancy a bath? Just send it a text message
Abstracts: Focus on a double life. United Biscuits. Focus on a united Caribbean
Abstracts: Focus on good quality shares and you won't go too far wrong. Ritblat homes in on Stanhope
Abstracts: Folic acid: essential for cell division. Vitamin "cousins" can help fight cancer. 'C' is for crucial
Abstracts: Following the sun for the sunset years. Painting minus the pain. Move on up; you just might get the house you wanted
Abstracts: Follow that bus! A postcard from campaign Britain. At home with Mr Mandelson
Abstracts: Follow the long and revolutionary road. A long goodbye to Berlin. Self-publish and be damned
Abstracts: Fontella the undefeated. Something sinister this way comes. Avon calling
Abstracts: Food, alcoholic drink and tobacco. Hand-rolling and pipe tobacco. Cigars
Abstracts: Food fat-cats at the top of the table. Dixons stakes its chips on bigger being better. Wire-cutters raise the alarm
Abstracts: Food for thought but not fuel for a starship. Here's a God you can count on. Concern at genetic research on food
Abstracts: Food for thought. Thank you, London Transport. Mercury Rev: still Jung at heart
Abstracts: Food for thought. The TV afterglow of divine madness. What's the boy playing at?
Abstracts: Food, glorious food. Who are you calling trailer trash? Who are you calling greedy? I'm a recovering food addict
Abstracts: Food retailing
Abstracts: Food retailing. Computer retailing. Pet food and pet care retailing
Abstracts: Fool the viewers? I'd have to be kidding. The viewers are there: so who are they? A holy mission to serve viewers
Abstracts: Football mania has a lot to answer for. How can we preserve cultural biodiversity? You're famous aren't you? Er, what was your name again?
Abstracts: Footwear retailing
Abstracts: For 2,000, let's repair our lovely land. The Greenwich debate. Pile 'em high, flog em' cheap? Not this time, Westminster
Abstracts: For all our sophistication, we still instinctively trust our leaders. Declaring war on the press will not help beat bin Laden
Abstracts: For a mediocre wage you get a dim MP. In Scotland, a nation is on the move. Who should own the voice of Scotland?
Abstracts: For a sign of the times, look no further than the Windsors. Meet the exquisite Ms Oates. She's raced a long way since the convent
Abstracts: For as long as pop music is heard, everyone will listen to Leiber and Stoller. Except Jerry Leiber. Three minutes that shook the world
Abstracts: For better, for worse .... Dear Woo, My dear Nancy; a trove of letters comes to light. Police on a winner in drink-driver stakes
Abstracts: For better, for worse, till children do us part. Do you take this woman, this woman and this woman? Humble lives preserved from fire
Abstracts: For better or for worse. Cool London is the big draw. Invasion of the student snatchers
Abstracts: Forbidden fruit, but not seedy. Look, boys, cut it out. Cooler than Jamie Blandford
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