Abstracts: Birth pains that end in tragedy. 'After 12 hours, I'm like a zombie.'. We haven't got time for the pain
Abstracts: Shedding a little light on landscape in the dark time of the year. Drowning in pure colour
Abstracts: Another false dawn for the party of the centre. 'It was like war. They trampled over each other to get out.'. Amid the clouds of tear gas, a disparate alliance is united in protest
Abstracts: Time runs out in French bank saga. Nothing to fear from Y2K but ourselves. Bank stock falls on fear tech firms will default
Abstracts: Modern women may decide their place is at home with the children. Me? I would put children ahead of foxes every time
Abstracts: France: 1 Yobs: 0 But what about the replay? The Hamilton case confirms my suspicions about the police. Admit it: crime, yobs and hooligans are inevitable in a free society
Abstracts: In a country waking up to a new future, these men have become potent symbols of Germany's nightmare past. H.C. Artmann
Abstracts: No way to treat us after all these years. How could a loving father kill his own child? 'You could never let anyone see you were weak.'
Abstracts: Gilbert & George do Naples. Watch with mothership. Error: does not compute
Abstracts: Concerto for dude and orchestra. Beyond the three-minute orgasm. A funny thing happened on the way to the jam session
Abstracts: They marched to a different tune. Why Verdi has gone west. From Abba to Verdi
Abstracts: Why the truth may never be known about the bombing of PanAm 103. Exports of BSE-contaminated cattle feed continued for eight years after UK ban
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: Dissecting Rolf. Friend of the stars. Richard Eyre is OK!
Abstracts: 'Everyone understood that it was OK to cry.'. It's worse than bad TV, and they love it. A father's place is in the home
Abstracts: Roll up, roll up: a $100 note by Damien Hirst. Yours for 1,000 pounds sterling. Pyjamas: the cases for and against
Abstracts: Family stakes claim to 1.3bn pounds sterling Krupp fortune. How the new broom swept away Branson's lottery dreams
Abstracts: British Muslims are urged to rise up in national campaign of disobedience. How the people reclaimed Bradford's no-go zone
Abstracts: All the rage. Rise in trade demands better links. Tomorrow's world
Abstracts: UMTS puts 3G in the frame. Masters of the art of conversation. So you think you're game for anything?
Abstracts: Real life: fascinating, lucrative, and cheap. Battle for the sofa surfers. Battle lines are drawn for a lucrative slice of the net-linked TV market
Abstracts: Danger of Snook's mobile fantasy. Fancy a bath? Just send it a text message. Masters of the art of conversation
Abstracts: Consumers get the message. Heirs get no favours in telecom market. Spreading the net: the rapid uptake of new technology in Europe is opening up innovative ways of doing business
Abstracts: The ultimate fashion accessory of the season, Gucci or Motorola? From strength to strength
Abstracts: Getting wired to the Web. Be careful. Your boss is watching you. Trading e-places as B2B explodes online
Abstracts: Secret of why the Mafia has never shot a soul. A nation that brings its style to the track. Paradise lost, Hawaiian style
Abstracts: Come on, baby, buy my camel. A job for life that nobody wants. You'll get more than just desert
Abstracts: You can't show that, it's political. The computer kids that can't count. A divine political presence
Abstracts: Country life calls, but can you bear to share your home? Commitment-free in the country. An everyday tale of country folk
Abstracts: A bad year for economic punditry. Apocalypse or economic correction? A calming guide for nervous citizens. Bushonomics: the byword for a new economic orthodoxy?
Abstracts: Vote offers no relief for Canada's wound. On the unseasonal death of a pet. The Rev Ndabaningi Sithole
Abstracts: Anne Wood. Leonie Rysanek. Gotz Friedrich
Abstracts: You don't have to be female to get breast cancer. Where there's life, there's hope. Bad moon rising
Abstracts: For teachers, failure is not an option. 'Teachers seem to work flat out all the time.'. 'Have I done the right thing?'
Abstracts: 'In the classroom, he would barricade himself behind furniture at the back.'. Is the postgraduate bubble about to burst?
Abstracts: The chattering class. My night in with the in-crowd. Coleman retires without a word: it's probably safer that way
Abstracts: Japan rejects UN aid as fears grow over fall-out. Why the rhino in an opera hat is not funny. Carbon trading is the burning issue for pollution talks
Abstracts: Lower death toll helped Saddam. How the rouble buys the news. Ten seconds that shook the world
Abstracts: I've been possessed by the devil, too. The cure for sea sickness? Land of hope and obesity
Abstracts: Giant nature reserve can transform 'rust belt.'. It's cherry blossom time in our topsy-turvy weather. Nature blooms in mysterious ways during a British winter that thinks it's a spring
Abstracts: Coroner rules that separation of Siamese twins was lawful. In Oldham, the awful truth dawned. The extreme right had 12,000 votes
Abstracts: Oh yesh, he's the Great Pretender. The golden girls. Madonna and the magic castle
Abstracts: 'So much of our Irish past is snagged with myth and suppressed memory, it is as if the blood and the bitterness made truth too painful to bear.'
Abstracts: The righteous sister. Melancholic of Glam. Rap's trailer-park uberkid
Abstracts: Seeds of the good life take root in Herefordshire. In the fronds of an affair. Winter: through a glass brightly
Abstracts: US data suggests New Paradigm is here to stay. Touch of Gallic in the employment melting-pot. Will bumper Christmas save the high street?
Abstracts: Lord, what a nightmare at the opera. The miracle-worker: he used to be Sir, now he's SirSir. Lights out at the End Zone
Abstracts: A secret world of suffering children. Sex after forty? Don't make me laugh. Must women's gain be men's loss?
Abstracts: At 14, Jennifer Capriati was a millionaire tennis sensation. At 16, she was a drug-user, shoplifter and binge-eater. Now she's 24, and she may be about to win Wimbledon
Abstracts: The secret life of the riverbed. Garment of earthly delight. Mutton dressed as ram
Abstracts: BAAD? Wicked. A tale of two model cities. A tale of three (new) cities: men from the ministry reward the urbanly mobile
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: Oak relics reveal the London Bridge of 1500BC. How Saddam has drained the life from his precious wetlands and left a people damned
Abstracts: Seven more say they were rapist's victims. The doubts and anger of another outback killing. Eight people were found buried in this building. These four men are accused of torturing and mutilating them before stealing their identities. It is the country's worst case of serial killing. And Australians can't get enough of it
Abstracts: You have been silent too long about racism in Britain. Where is the voice of Asian women? Rejoice! all those masters of the universe have suffered calamities
Abstracts: New UN court carries the torch from Nuremberg. The day the Land of the Free lost its innocence. Don't ban this barbaric bloodsport
Abstracts: The ultimate girls' night out. You call it fiction, I call it egotism. Polke dots before the eyes
Abstracts: Learning to love the Lottery. The Camelot Two, the 3m pounds sterling question, and how a mislaid lottery ticket has divided the nation
Abstracts: All in the best possible taste? Something is stirring in the bowels of old Albert. Fool Britannia
Abstracts: George Harrison. Joey Ramone. Kirsty MacColl
Abstracts: Born after French officers gang-raped his mother, a 'victim of war' awaits justice. French elite horrified as feelgood film seduces nation
Abstracts: Electric cars glide onto horizon. Hollywood stole my life. Is recession really on the horizon for the US economy?
Abstracts: The moment of truth for the high priests of global central banks. There is a third way when it comes to hunting foxes
Abstracts: Our preference to choose money over play makes us work harder. It is illogical and inefficient to give festive gifts. But it still makes sense
Abstracts: Mr Blair, it is time to turn your attention to the troubles here. A universal streak of unhealthy defiance
Abstracts: 'I just happen to be good at my job.'. Don't stand so close to me. It's just what the doctor ordered
Abstracts: Clueless: being a crossword puzzle editor is sometimes having to say you're sorry. But not too often. Why I was in Vietnam
Abstracts: Clinical versus statistical significance as they relate to the efficacy of periodontal therapy. Nonsurgical periodontal therapy in 2000: a literature review
Abstracts: Motor vehicle accidents and TMDs: assessing the relationships. A survey of antibiotic use in dentistry
Abstracts: Take a doll studio tour! Antique Q&A. Spotlight on IDEX 2001
Abstracts: Vogue's 1950s Ginny. Curious collector: investigating modern doll treasures
Abstracts: Abusive legislation. Great expectations. Leveling the playing field
Abstracts: The effect of magnesium sulfate on bleeding time in pregnancy. Histologic chorioamnionitis is associated with fetal growth restriction in term and preterm infants
Abstracts: Complications of midtrimester pregnancy termination: the effect of prior cesarean delivery. Cardiovascular effects of intravaginal misoprostol in the mid-trimester of pregnancy
Abstracts: Chronic, massive fetomaternal hemorrhage treated with repeated fetal intravascular transfusions. Population adjustment of the definition of the vaginal birth after cesarean rate
Abstracts: The effect of thigh-length support stockings in the hemodynamic response to ambulation in pregnancy. Maternal deaths in an urban perinatal network, 1992-1998
Abstracts: The continuing effectiveness of active management of first labor, despite a doubling in overall nulliparous cesarean delivery
Abstracts: A follow-up study of methods of contraception, sexual activity, and rates of trichomoniasis, candidiasis, and bacterial vaginosis
Abstracts: A strategy for the post-crisis development of the Russian economy entering the next century. The defense industry of Russia: bottomed out?
Abstracts: Tax aspects of doing business in Central and Eastern Europe: New England implications. Reform of the Polish tax system: triumph of politics over policy?
Abstracts: The remarkable development of U.S.-Mexico trade. Some perspective on the divergent Brazil-U.S. view of FTAA. The U.S. Congress and trade policy: give me a break
Abstracts: Bridgestone/Firestone to recall more tires. Group pushes for expanded tire recall. Bridgestone/Firestone expects loss for 2000
Abstracts: Surprise: Chrysler loves its German boss. Automakers show off their fanciest cars. Automakers to idle plants, cut inventories
Abstracts: Genetic structure of seven Mexican indigenous populations based on five polymarker loci. Prevalence of NIDDM in Mexicans with paraphyletic and polyphyletic surnames
Abstracts: High sensitivity C-reactive protein, adiposity, and blood pressure in the Yakut of Siberia. Influence of dietary quality on the growth of highland and coastal Ecuadorian children
Abstracts: Evaluating a decision support forecasting system. Determining motor carrier backwash markets. Customer demand planning at Lucent Technologies: a case study in continuous improvement through sales forecast auditing
Abstracts: AUSTRIA: BIOCHEMIE KUNDL EXPANDS OVERSEAS. AUSTRIA: AHP EYEING EAST EUROPEAN MARKETS. ARGENTINA: NOVARTIS BIOCHEMIE BUYS LABINCA
Abstracts: DENMARK: FORMUS FEARS FURTHER FWA LICENCES. Denmark: Future TDC company awarded contract. Denmark: Present situation for telecoms in Aalborg
Abstracts: What information can relationship marketers obtain from customer evaluations of salespeople? Issues in supply chain management
Abstracts: NAFTA panel upholds Canadian decision rescinding injury finding on U.S. steel imports. Cleaning up Canada's small appliance market: CITT finds injury to domestic Canadian industry from U.S. dumping
Abstracts: Epigenetics Is Seen as Possible Key to Cloning. Human embryos cloned for stem cells: work not seen as leap toward reproductive cloning
Abstracts: High fiber intake: indicator of a healthy lifestyle. Women and lung cancer: Gender equality at a crossroad? Handheld Cellular Telephone Use and Risk of Brain Cancer
Abstracts: A detailed comparison of physician services for the elderly in the United States and Canada. Gender Disparities in the Receipt of Home Care for Elderly People With Disability in the United States
Abstracts: Patients have a right to privacy and anonymity in medical publication. Perspectives on the Fifth Revision of the Declaration of Helsinki
Abstracts: Campaign alerts physicians to identify, assist victims of domestic violence. Drug Labeling Revisions--Guaranteed to Fail?
Abstracts: Facing Requests for Physician-Assisted Suicide. End-of-Life Conversations: Evolving Practice and Theory. Ensuring Competency in End-of-Life Care: Communication and Relational Skills
Abstracts: You can do something! Forming policy from applied projects, then and now. Joe Hill in cyberspace: steps toward creating "one big union."(Advancing Applied Anthropology)
Abstracts: "Public health malpractice, plain and simple." (Congress' failure to enact federal antitobacco legislation)(Editorial)
Abstracts: Dental education summits: the challenges ahead. Dental insurance, managed care and traditional practice. Selling your practice at retirement: are there problems ahead?
Abstracts: Using chemo-mechanically assisted diamond bur cutting for improved efficiency. Cutting efficiency of three diamond bur grit sizes
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