Abstracts: The effect of salesforce behavior on customer satisfaction: an interactive framework. Industrial salesforce motivation and Herzberg's dual factor theory: a UK perspective
Abstracts: The effect that this woman has had on our national psyche is only just beginning to be gauged. Blood on their hands, says brother
Abstracts: The Einstein of Ecstasy. John Major's duty to his Queen. After the ecstasy, the cold light of day
Abstracts: The emergence of Turkey as a major world player. Sex on the Hill: the US scandal that still pays off. All aboard for the money primary
Abstracts: The emperor of eating. Swimwear: a short story for summer. Five friends talking dirty at thirty
Abstracts: The emperor's new film. The twisted world of the butcher of Neasden. What is broken can be mended
Abstracts: The end is nigh, again. After 72 years (and several weeks of hype), some clouds threaten the view. An ecstasy pill, a blonde from the tabloids and a career in ruins
Abstracts: The end of a long march down the Shining Path. Where would we be without them? In a hostile environment
Abstracts: The end of an empire? Not quite. The damning of Clinton. Four criminal charges that could sink the presidency
Abstracts: The end of Empire, the beginning of modern Britain. The rise of do-it-yourself democracy. Shameful, Mr Wardle, and here's why
Abstracts: The end of history? Well, certainly the end of humans. The end of history is still nigh. We remain at the end of history
Abstracts: The end of our decline? We shall see. The deal with Mr Adams. Under the Dome: a serious proposal
Abstracts: The end of the grammar school? Victims of their own success. All aboard ... fee-paying schools reach out to state sector
Abstracts: The end of the silver screen? 'Pearl Harbor is definitely my film of the year.'. A film with power to burn
Abstracts: The enemy may be shadowy, but this war will follow the usual battle lines. This time the outcome is hard to predict
Abstracts: The English country garden - Down Under. The bloom and bust syndrome. And now for the shrubbery
Abstracts: The enterprising stakeholder. Unipalm leads the pack through Internet gateway. Pointers to robust growth
Abstracts: The equality initiative. It's not unprofessional to sell. One firm's cringe is another's pride
Abstracts: The ethics girls and boys of West Kidlington Primary School. UK: STILL NOT ENOUGH TEACHERS
Abstracts: The European Central Bank's invisible hand. Central bank doves in the ascendancy. Monetary rules say base rates should not be cut
Abstracts: The European foreign exchange. From perfumery to pathology: take your pick. Kick-start for the A-level season
Abstracts: The evolution of personal selling. The recruiting interview as perceived by college student applicants for sales positions
Abstracts: The exchange rate is right so let's all go on holiday. Why a strong pound is the most likely outcome in the medium-term
Abstracts: The extra billions Clarke has up his sleeve. Dear Ken, a quiet work in your ear from four former Chancellors ...
Abstracts: 'The fairer Britain is, then the more prosperous we will all be.'. Brown urged to increase taxes on the rich
Abstracts: The faithful gasped, then the 'Virgin' spoke her last. Aristide's man heading for landslide win. French connection helps vanquish Eta
Abstracts: The fallacy of parental choice. Ministering to every sport. There's no such thing as the wrong sort of homeless person
Abstracts: The family: a battleground in fearful times. Hard times revive law and order panic. Moving with the times
Abstracts: The fast life and violent death of Danny the Hood. A black day in Provence. A burst tyre, a head-on crash and how a busy tunnel turned into an inferno
Abstracts: The fatal attraction of Isabelle A. The mouse who came in from the cold. Terrifying. Brittle. Arrogant. Icy ...
Abstracts: The feared inquisitor who turned courtroom battles into show trials. Marines wait for orders while politicians argue
Abstracts: The fear of living dangerously. Elton John shocks his fans: 'I have made my final record.'. Microsoft gambles on success of 'Tablet' PC
Abstracts: The female scapegoat. In a perfect school, this is what children would learn. When phone rage is the only rational response
Abstracts: The fight for the soul of salsa. Professor of stand-up comedy. Lucky chants
Abstracts: The figures in the carpet. The father of The Exorcist. A boy's own wartime story
Abstracts: The film the police want to suppress. An unusual feminist. When will we get the revolution?
Abstracts: The final word on divinity. The first genius of the keyboard. Cry Wolpe
Abstracts: The financial facts of married life. Put your capital to work when you retire. A steady take-off for high-flyers
Abstracts: The financial facts of married life. Surprise shares fund a great escape. Ways to protect your income
Abstracts: The financial folklore that cannot be banked on. A bit of a slowdown, then back to normal? It won't be that easy
Abstracts: The financial promises that do not add up: a study commissioned by 'The Independent' exposes serious flaws in parties' tax and spending pledges
Abstracts: The fine art of networking. Less arty and more in tune, please. Save up for a night at the opera
Abstracts: The fine line between sense and censorship. Speaking up for silence. The North takes a lead
Abstracts: The fine lines of a dirty mind. Jack of all styles, master of none. Anything's possible on the road to excess
Abstracts: The firm that wants to conquer the world. Signed, sealed, then married. Why is he worth more than her?
Abstracts: The first cut is the deepest. All mouth and no trousers. The words-to-that-effect version
Abstracts: The first cut is the deepest. Turning the tide. Sending smoke signals
Abstracts: The first cut is the deepest. What a scream. I think it's a wonderful film. I would do. I'm the director
Abstracts: The first day of the rest of her life. Irregular justice at The Rigger. Out! Sensation as Woodward is freed by judge after courtroom thriller
Abstracts: The first-person singular woman. The French could turn out to be heroes after all. Sporting heroes, but on whose side?
Abstracts: The first symptom is dropping down dead. If you go down to the wood today. Tentacles that tie down the Italian state
Abstracts: The first symptom is dropping down dead. 'It felt as if he had seduced me.' (mishandling by therapists) 'My daughter was dead and all the legal system had done was slap a wrist.' (driver who caused the death of a baby charged only with careless driving)
Abstracts: The Flash that struck the City. A Tory leader made in Hong Kong. A clear song from the shadow chancellor
Abstracts: The flaws in Brown's moral vision. The difficult task of putting a value on the public sector. Petty tyrants and jobsworths - your time is up
Abstracts: The fleece and the phage: a yarn from down under. How a flashing fish could save your life. Warfare waged by a gadfly
Abstracts: The flight of the Outsiders. Something for the weekend, sir? The emperor of eating
Abstracts: The fly on the wall has to tread very carefully. Labour should listen carefully to nurse. Read carefully and digest
Abstracts: The FO encircled and about to fall. Major's bid to lance the boil. Tired Tory eyes alight on Shere Khan
Abstracts: The folly of betraying Bosnia. Pax Americana: Bosnia is its first success. The show that Europe missed
Abstracts: The folly of free-market education. More equality - just what the doctor ordered. Giants of poverty yet to be slain
Abstracts: The Forbes factor. The cute little guy on the left is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, and that's his mom, Debbie. Marshall grew up to be the mean-looking guy who goes by the name of Eminem - the biggest, wickedest, whitest brother in hip hop, a million-selling rapper who any mother could be proud of. But not Debbie. She says he's been a bad, bad boy, telling the world that she neglected and abused him
Abstracts: The Force is with us. See her ... then see her. Always look on the dark side
Abstracts: The forces that drive businesses to compete on a global stage. Undercover experts forge a path to global profits
Abstracts: The formidable armada, the ruthless diplomat and an intractable president. Tony and Bill: stop war-mongering, it's time to start living with Saddam
Abstracts: The Fortune 500 companies' selection criteria for promotion to fist level sales management: an empirical study
Abstracts: The fourth estate: not guilty. Swimming with lead weights on our boots. The clock counts down to China's economic dawn
Abstracts: The fragile heart of peace in Ulster is put to the test. The handbagging of Europe was never a simple affair. The Government must now repudiate the right to asylum
Abstracts: The fragile heart of peace in Ulster is put to the test. We must ignore the peace lobby and show no restraint
Abstracts: The freak show is dead. Long live the freak show! A farewell to arms? The knight of the long knives
Abstracts: The French connection. 'Beethoven was always too much. He's not slightly anything, he's very everything ... It takes its toll. Preparing this music, conducting it, playing it, you feel yourself stretched on some kind of psychological rack.' (conductor Sir Simon Rattle prepares to complete his first Beethoven symphony cycle)(Interview)
Abstracts: The French connection. Gift to be simple. The last of the modern masters
Abstracts: 'The French didn't give a damn.' (Marelle Pereira tries to discover truth behind her father's death on Greenpeace boat in 1985)(Interview)
Abstracts: The French miracle: a shorter week, more jobs and men doing the ironing. Kafkaesque world of a French social experiment
Abstracts: The friendliest brick box in Britain. Upwardly immobile. Give us greens with our gallery
Abstracts: The fruit trade that turned sour. Killer who hid behind facade of a decent citizen. Oxford debates why women are still second best
Abstracts: The Full Moonty. Coming (almost) full circle. A full stop at the end of Russia
Abstracts: The full Nelson. Giant temple sheds new light on the Stone Age. Methane threatens to repeat Ice Age meltdown
Abstracts: The fund manager's recipe for success: buy when the market crashes. Advice for stock-pickers: buy what the market wants to sell
Abstracts: The fund managers who just keep in tracking. A path through the corporate minefield. It may be total, but it's not all
Abstracts: The future is blurred. The mother of all battles. When can we breathe easy?
Abstracts: The future lies with herring Europe. Do we want a Europe ruled by blood? Playing happy families is not the way to the nation's heart
Abstracts: The future should not be hostage to the yuck factor. Battle of the Buddhists. Time to call the disk doctor
Abstracts: The game's up in California. Boris smoothes path to run-off. Jittery Yeltsin stunned by poor turn-out
Abstracts: The gangster regime we fund. How we feast on tragedy. One woman's dangerous and lonely battle to break the Cosa Nostra
Abstracts: The garage band with global hits. Justin Fashanu found hanged in lock-up garage. Now that's what I call garage music!
Abstracts: The garage band with global hits. Lucky chants. All about Eve
Abstracts: The gay community counts the blessings of a historic week on the street where terror struck. There's Sting, Trudi, Donatella... where the Skibo is Madonna?
Abstracts: The 'gay gene' is back on the scene. CJD cases twice as likely in the North. BSE: the end of a mystery?
Abstracts: The gay, the sad and the ugly. He shoots aliens, doesn't he? Will the real Ellen Burstyn please stand up?
Abstracts: The General's war of words. Belgrade tense after police beat Draskovic. We are being cheated by state lies, says Draskovic
Abstracts: The geography of failure. Let's all make lots of money. So, how much did Harry Potter make for the rest of us?
Abstracts: The Germans are in the driving seat. Germans dominate in $90bn merger. Daimler and Chrysler in merger talks
Abstracts: The ghost of ERM is due to appear at the euro feast. Jobs: a nasty surprise that's here to stay. US plays with fire in bullying Japan
Abstracts: The ghost of Rumpelstiltskin. Four-legged friends in the Andes. An island of vine romance
Abstracts: The ghost of scandals past .... How the monster eats your savings. Is your scheme fit for your life?
Abstracts: The giant steps to freedom from the Killing Fields. From Khartoum to London: 20 hours of terror aborad Sudan Air flight 150
Abstracts: The girlie who couldn't shock'n'roll. Naughty but nice. Supporters' club
Abstracts: The girl who follows El Nino. The cabin crew will shortly be serving you with a hot meal. You're in luck. The little snip that makes a vas deferens
Abstracts: 'The girl who said, Go on - plug him.' (Florence Rey, on trial for murder) Showtime
Abstracts: The global world of tax and spend. Guarded reaction from markets as fears grow of base rate rise. Boost for better-off families as poorest third lose
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