Abstracts: Hunting the neutrino. The wind of change. Caught up in string
Abstracts: Hushed burial for flower of Russia. Kremlin shake-up fixed in secret in Cannes. Spin doctors and surgeons save the comeback kid
Abstracts: Hymn to a village way of life. Location? Or dislocation? On the waterfront
Abstracts: 'I admire Centrica, but I'll compete like hell.'. 'I'm quite a Brown fan. Compared to some other Chancellors, he's been pretty good.'
Abstracts: Iain Crichton Smith. John Broome. John Prebble
Abstracts: I am filled with longing to be back in my home town. It's not too late, even now, to rescue Africa from Aids. Despite Ealing, the era of violence is over
Abstracts: I am my sister's keeper. A fisherman's tale. Why Ayckbourn will fight on for his theatre
Abstracts: Ian Bannen. Red Skelton. Alex Nicol
Abstracts: Ian Ousby. Patrick Cosgrave. Neville Braybrooke
Abstracts: 'I begged them to put her into care.' (Mercy Zani-Merriman, whose 15-year-old daughter Nobantu was murdered)(Interview)
Abstracts: 'I believe there is a new spirit in Ireland .... the real Ireland is walking behind the coffins of your sons.' (Irish Republican Army bombing in Warrington kills two boys)
Abstracts: I breast-fed Jeremy while the bullets flew outside. Mother died in childbirth, dear. In 1995. Teacher, I'm bored..
Abstracts: 'I cannot accept seeing my children as refugees. I will again be with my people.' (Bosnian refugees begin to return; first in series)
Abstracts: I can't be literary. My readers might not like it. Wanted: something else to design. I've got the dream ticket. This is the best job in TV
Abstracts: 'I can't blame mum for the accident.'. 'His dream turned into a nightmare.'. Don't stand so close to me
Abstracts: 'I can't just stand by and do nothing.'. Darling, I'm going to have to kill you. 'I could forgive a one-night stand.'
Abstracts: 'I can't see anyone who would be a better mayor.'. A fateful day, under a different kind of justice. Does anyone know what Jimmy wants?
Abstracts: Iceland sweats as volcano burns away Europe's biggest glacier. The great European space scandal
Abstracts: Icicles wouldn't melt in her mouth. Mother courage. Desperately seeking obscurity
Abstracts: ICL stumbles on Pathway to hell. BMW to invest 3.3bn pounds sterling in Rover over five years. Lloyd's registers its interest in making the railways safe
Abstracts: 'I come out of deep hippie stuff.' (New York artist Kiki Smith) (Interview) We want a pint of the rough stuff
Abstracts: 'I couldn't be in a better place.'. Justice Austin Amissah. The leading edge
Abstracts: I couldn't let her suffer. Parting advice of Marje, the nation's agony aunt. The pain of the rose
Abstracts: I'd been told that a new father should light a fat cigar and head for the pub to wet the baby's head. But I wanted to stay
Abstracts: Ideal for student occupation. The outer darkness. The new cubism
Abstracts: I delivered my speech - and a shower of saliva in their laps. 'My life was a voyage with Dr Who. Then the Tardis turned to cardboard.' (playwright Mark Ravenhill tells of obsession with television series 'Dr Who')(Revelations)
Abstracts: I didn't even like my real, American father at first. UK: MORE DELAY ON NEW PASSENGER TRAINS. ISA benchmarking 'misleading'
Abstracts: I didn't like my daughter. So I left. Fostering brought out the best in us. We fled to the woods to safety
Abstracts: I didn't want to make another 'hood film. Good golly, Miss Molly. 'Jealousy is Bergman's great weakness.'
Abstracts: 'I'd just love to be the conductor of an orchestra.'. Now is the Winter of our content. You can hear the music. He can hear the money rolling in
Abstracts: I'd like to believe Nato that depleted uranium is harmless. But I don't. And this is why.... The truth about depleted uranium
Abstracts: 'I'd like to cull the idiots in the industry. It's flatulent with wealth and full of Napoleons.'. Let's spell it any way we like
Abstracts: 'I'd like to wave a wand and increase the number of talented young people we've got.'. 'Us boring? It's a tremendous compliment. We try to run the business consistently.'
Abstracts: I don't believe it! Dated? Dan? Don't be so desperately dim. 'Her first orgy? I couldn't face it.'
Abstracts: 'I don't blame anyone. It was my misjudgement that was to blame.'. The only black candidate in Wales
Abstracts: 'I don't plan to live much longer, just long enough to kill the people that greedily sought my destruction.'. Radical Arab groups may have demanded destruction of the giant Bamiyan Buddhas
Abstracts: 'I don't see it's harming anyone's interest if I want to buy a lawnmower on a Sunday.'. UK: HEYWOOD WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES RESULTS
Abstracts: I don't want to be in Labour's chain gang. Even through our tears we were surprised by what we saw; we didn't realise how much we had changed
Abstracts: I don't want to go bald. I don't want miracles, just my hair back. Hair we grow again - the bald facts
Abstracts: I'd rather be bored than go on a course. Yes, of course we want stars, but not sport for an elite. Keeping it in the family: three generations of teachers compare notes
Abstracts: I dressed the Pope (and Charlie's Angels). Do your trousers suit you, sir? Trousers come out fighting
Abstracts: 'I drove to Bunny's and gave him a cheque.' (Lottery winner Penny Haigh and brother Paul Joyce)(A Family Affair)
Abstracts: 'I'd run naked down Oxford Street to finance a film.' (film producer Paul Brooks)(Interview) He sure ain't no Taranteenie
Abstracts: 'I envy those boys who died. I would love to be in their shoes, so I pray to Allah for courage.'. Prime released after 19 years in jail for spying
Abstracts: 'If a kid has a guitar in his hand, it means he don't have a gun in his hand.' (area south of Memphis, TN)(travelling the Mississippi River)(Time Off)
Abstracts: If an ad agency got pregnant .... Not a saint but an Abbott, an advertisement for himself. The new creatives wear suits and ties
Abstracts: If an ad agency got pregnant .... The adman adds substance to his style. Freddie Starr ate your mortgage
Abstracts: IFAs call for regulation of care policies UK: LEGAL ACTION AGAINST AXA MOOTED. UK: AGREEMENT OVER ORPHAN ASSETS?
Abstracts: If control freakery means strong leadership, then I plead guilty. The advertising isn't working
Abstracts: If doctors can be struck off, why not newspaper editors? The man who abolished madness. The secret of this newspaper lies in its title
Abstracts: I fear that elderly patients will never be treated fairly by the NHS. Failing hospitals 'should be expelled from NHS.'
Abstracts: I feel like voting for 'None of the Above.' (Dickon Tolson stands as parliamentary candidate in Hackney, London, England)(Interview)
Abstracts: I feel like voting for 'None of the Above.' (Dickon Tolson stands as parliamentary candidate in Hackney, London, England)(Interview) part 2
Abstracts: If Eisenstein were alive today, would he be directing Naked Gun 4? Made in Wales
Abstracts: 'I felt homesick for a country that wasn't my own.' (travel writer Bill Bryson tells of moving to US in spring 1995)(Revelations)
Abstracts: 'I felt homesick for a country that wasn't my own.' (travel writer Bill Bryson tells of moving to US in spring 1995)(Revelations) part 2
Abstracts: 'I felt so sick. Death is always disturbing, but I was in New York, for heaven's sake.'. In the shadow of death: a journey through the ruins of Manhattan
Abstracts: 'I felt the knife at my neck. My wife was so brave. She tried to help. So they cut her throat in front of me.' (massacre of civilians in Algeria)
Abstracts: If Gordon Brown looks good, buy Charlie a drink. Lawyers' pay: is it an injustice? The sinister and bloody Snakehead world of Little Sister Ping
Abstracts: If he were guilty, he could be free. Jiuzhaigou's inaccessibility is a boon. It would be spoiling fast if it were easier to reach
Abstracts: 'If I'd abandoned science, I'd have given up my childhood dream.' (author and scientist Simon Singh) Ganesh Man Singh
Abstracts: If in doubt, cast a gentile. Queer vision, straight talking. When Jan met Terry
Abstracts: 'If I sat at home and someone won the Olympics in 10 seconds I'd regret it the rest of my life'. No rest for the old and weary
Abstracts: If Israel exists, then so does Palestine. A desert ... then there was Gobbi. First we buy New York, then Hawaii, then ... we go bust
Abstracts: 'If I thought of him as a huge figure, my legs would be jelly.' (Alex Channer, assistant private secretary to United Kingdom Conservative party leader William Hague)(City +)
Abstracts: If it hurts, sue - or at least ask why. Bigger profits, fewer cures. Is the Archbishop missing the point?
Abstracts: If it hurts, sue - or at least ask why. With Atlas at its shoulder. We can't bank on trust alone
Abstracts: 'If it just means a few extra road signs, then it doesn't make a jot of difference.'. Terrifying end of quest to revolutionise yacht racing
Abstracts: 'If it just means a few extra road signs, then it doesn't make a jot of difference.'. part 2 Casino says high-rollers have taken it to the cleaners
Abstracts: If it matters, she's there. Not easily scarred. Singular girls
Abstracts: If it rains you get wet. If it's my film it gets trashed. The film director Ron Howard is riding high on the back of Apollo 13. But where on earth is he going?
Abstracts: If it's got a plug on the end of it, Bill Gates wants a piece of it. 'Microsoft deal fails to ensure public has choice.'
Abstracts: If it's Saturday, it must be Dingwall: Kennedy's grand tour sees a leader preparing for success. The liberal party animal
Abstracts: If lower volatility is the new norm it is possible to envisage the 'golden age' staying a while. The worriers are at it again. Maybe we should take them seriously
Abstracts: If only the devil did make work for idle hands.... Tame, train and ride to victory. Are you guilty? It's all in the mind
Abstracts: If only they'd treat us like adults. The shock of modern motherhood. We're all hooked by woolly thinking
Abstracts: 'I found Discworld in High Wycombe.' (author Terry Pratchett)(Revelations) 'Bookers? Not for the loikes of oi.' Criticism doesn't hurt fantasy novelist Terry Pratchett, or his six million adoring fans
Abstracts: If paradise were half as nice .... Yes, but what does it mean? The complete guide to the Maldives
Abstracts: If Pius XII was the first Nazi Pope, why does John Paul II want to turn him into a saint? The Pope tries to sway Bush on stem-cell ruling
Abstracts: 'If poll is lost the slaughter will begin.'. Anarchy in Timor as poll result looms. Deadly chaos threatens Timor poll
Abstracts: If President Bush's gamble pays off, the world may have to follow suit. The world-wide quest for balanced budgets among finance ministers
Abstracts: If Quebec splits, the tremors will be global. The BBC's Arabian plight. Chrysalis puts its Heart into London radio
Abstracts: If Quebec splits, the tremors will be global. Thorn EMI chiefs to make 12m pounds sterling on options. Jumpy computer executives weigh up the options
Abstracts: IFS applauds Chancellor's hat-trick. An uphill struggle for the Chancellor. Flexibility or credibility - that's the monetary policy question
Abstracts: 'If she goes, Musa's youth will be snuffed out.' (continued controversy over illegal marriage of 13-year-old British girl to 18-year-old Turk)
Abstracts: 'If someone wanted to bring in tarantulas, or 15 dogs, the residents' association could say no ....' (restrictions on residents of apartment blocks in United Kingdom)(Your Money)
Abstracts: If the genes don't fit .... Take care of No1. Take cover before the blitz
Abstracts: If the genes don't fit .... The price of advice. Going for broke?
Abstracts: If the goods are no good, blame the plastic .... How to find a good deal. How to read between the lines of annual reports
Abstracts: 'If the Kosovo talks don't work, then we'll all join the KLA.'. US offers Taliban role in future state
Abstracts: If the musings of French philosophers go over your head, don't worry: it may not be you who's the stupid one. 'Missing' Rwandan refugees fall prey to whim of big-power rivarly
Abstracts: If the peers are so representative, why did so many go to Eton? Don't ask me to weep if Christianity is 'vanquished.'
Abstracts: If the prize is right. Adulation guaranteed - 'Or-right?' (Mick Jagger) (Interview) It's all right - he's on the label
Abstracts: If the script is right there's no gamble for Gambon. All the way to the bank. He's a real character
Abstracts: If the state school is fine, why pay? Have you read any good books lately? The trouble with boys
Abstracts: If the Tories didn't exist, would we really need to invent them? The man who could make us give a damn about the Tories
Abstracts: 'If this is peace, what is war?'(bombing in Omagh, Northern Ireland; includes related articles) Taliban in retreat from Kandahar
Abstracts: If this is your idea of adoption, think again. Will this advert make you bunk off work? A passport to your new career
Abstracts: If we act now to save the rouble, we will be helping ourselves too. The great rouble rescue bargain
Abstracts: If we are not the masters of the universe, who is? Fascism is with us, if only we will see it. The myth of Dutch liberalism
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