Abstracts: Tim Bacon. Lean machines: simulation companies are having to work smarter and harder to increase their share of entertainment spend
Abstracts: Water world: waterparks are reaching new heights in popularity. The new wave: the popularity of waterparks is now spreading to Asia and South America
Abstracts: Managing diabetes: knowledge for practice. Diabetes care: getting your patients on a sure footing. Spreading the word on insulin therapy
Abstracts: Men's health issues must gain more attention, urges RCN. A serious loss of blood. A change of part
Abstracts: Shattered dreams. Tweaking the market. Ending the lottery
Abstracts: Thorn: a new approach to mental health training. Management of anxiety states. Reviewing the review
Abstracts: Cheques and balances. Is it good to talk? The lessons of Lyme Bay
Abstracts: The borrowers' life on the shelf. The master's voice. Going the whole hog
Abstracts: Yes lobby battles to win Welsh sceptics. Labour's dealings with peer pressure. Boom in local heroics
Abstracts: Health is fine on a drop of wine. The Apollo gods with a devil's past. Cambodians find fault with French assault
Abstracts: Creative computing. Toyland takes on real life. The fat controllers
Abstracts: Republican lite? Scholars enjoy a sporting chance. Hot on Chile, cool on Rio
Abstracts: Let me count the ways. Hot tips for a tardy planet. Hot air and global warming
Abstracts: Organizational and environmental determinants of hospital strategy. Business strategy and financial structure: an empirical analysis of acute care hospitals
Abstracts: Evaluating nurse turnover: comparing attitude surveys and exit interviews. Improving nurse staffing measures: discharge day measurement in "adjusted patient days of care"
Abstracts: Management education for nurses: hospital executives' opinions and hiring practices. The hospital as provider and employer: the case of AIDS
Abstracts: Hong Kong moves to build information infrastructure. More U.S. graduates returning to China. China traditions oppose war on IP piracy
Abstracts: Specific interaction of CD4-bearing liposomes with HIV-infected cells. Life span of circulating membrane CD4 inserted into the plasma membranes of autologous red blood cells of HIV-infected subjects
Abstracts: Comparison of multiple drug therapy regimens for HIV-related disseminated mycobacterium avium complex disease. part 2
Abstracts: Weekly oral etoposide in patients with Kaposi's sarcoma associated with human immunodeficiency virus infection: a phase I multicenter trial of the AIDS Clinical Trials Group
Abstracts: Life on the loaf: two weeks at the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. Publishing and other near-death experiences
Abstracts: My tryst with Anonymous. Street singer. Six flags over middle earth
Abstracts: On-line browsing got you down? Don't get mad, get cable. The future of online commerce must be built on credibility. And yet, companies continue to squander the public's trust
Abstracts: Shot heard 'round the world: U.S. threatens Japan with toughest sanctions yet. Friendly fire: the cost of Japan-bashing
Abstracts: Jilt and tilt: Israel stops wooing Taiwan and turns to China. Shopping spree: liberated post-Soviet citizens flock to Dubai for bargains
Abstracts: What shortage? Hong Kong builders hire mainlanders to control costs. Losing the thread: cotton shortage shakes up Asia's textile industry
Abstracts: Smoke in your eyes: heavy pollution cuts into the quality of life. Penny foolish: Malaysia reconsiders its generous energy policy
Abstracts: Up, up, - and away! Family attachments. Planning for a disaster
Abstracts: A small-business wish list. Taking the taxes out of health care. Building nest eggs for medical bills
Abstracts: A Very Able Work Force. A new presence on the Internet. You can win for losing
Abstracts: Encryption plan for software is brought out. Upstart Teligent to enter more markets this year and next than it expected
Abstracts: Seeing the wood for the trees. The sweet smell of success: Armour Trust has made the transition from a company with a core confectionery business to one expanding in pot pourri and fragrances
Abstracts: Samuel Montagu. Auctions take hold in record year: the UK buyout market in 1995. BBA shows the way in auctions
Abstracts: Taking a long-term approach. Investment trust or limited partnership? Does management still have a place in the MBO?
Abstracts: A step in the right direction. Foreign bidders dig deep. Bid fever fails to boost premiums
Abstracts: Switzerland gets ready for takeover boom. A bumper year for Swiss M and A. Utilities on the block
Abstracts: Pride of London. Biblical proportions. Neal diamonds
Abstracts: Construction Bill focuses on issue of latent defects. Building on borrowed time. CDM - what does it mean to you?
Abstracts: A fair test? Tenant rites. Ground rules for ground rents
Abstracts: Lowdown on an upturn. Motorway drill. Trying to get the answers right
Abstracts: New local authority capital finance rules. Changing the rules. New finance rules for local authorities
Abstracts: Government slated over mortgage subsidy cuts. BES properties available for residential investors. Waterside developments see increase in demand
Abstracts: Better guidance urged for waste sites in green belts. Sandwich rich in listed buildings. RSPB calls for new coastline plans
Abstracts: Getting back into the driving seat. Swimming against the tide. Queue jumping
Abstracts: Turning coal and steel into gold. Bed-hopping in the capital. A very happy birthday
Abstracts: Pay by the rules. Incorporation of partnerships. New partnership rules
Abstracts: Bid to end discrimination. Buyers cheer Tokyo on towards higher ground: a sustained recovery in Japanese share prpices has been trumpeted several times in the past five years, only to leave investors disappointed. This time it could be different
Abstracts: Pepping up your building society winnings. Keep those settlements rolling: the switch to five-day rolling settlement for shares is just three weeks away. How big an effect will it have on investors?
Abstracts: M&A go-slow in chemical sector. Chemical M&A: still on hold. Italy shows there is life yet in the conglomerate
Abstracts: Claims for appeal costs increasing. Happier times for the holiday village. (applications for holiday villages increase)
Abstracts: Recycled ideas: last week's Housing White Paper confirmed the 'greening' of the Government's housing policy, but is it enough?
Abstracts: Severe complications of measles requiring intensive care in infants and young children. Epidemiology, etiology, and clinical features of septic arthritis in children younger than 24 months
Abstracts: The danger years. When the shooting stops. The new rock
Abstracts: Who was Pocahantas? Why we can't look away. The frail future of an alligator hole
Abstracts: Opening up architecture to the public. Berlin embassy designs go through term of trial. Professional disciplinary procedure on trial
Abstracts: Care in the community. Animal cracker: Wharmby Kozdon Architects' children's zoon in Regent's Park houses 40 different species on a narrow site next to Lubetkin's Penguin Poo, using mainly sustainable materials to comply with London Zoo policy
Abstracts: Pleasures of the environment. Transparent fit-out from Commerzbank. Hives, cells, dens and clubs
Abstracts: An escape from the prison mentality. 'The cost to society is so great it makes me dizzy.'(case of United Kingdom student in prison for possessing Ecstasy and cannabis)(Column)
Abstracts: Looking down on an age of extremes. Cycle logical warfare. Bone idlers
Abstracts: Out of the ashes of war. A dream between the twin towers. Magicians who can make urban gloom disappear
Abstracts: Halting steps to a Middle Eastern Korea. The West's fear of Islam is no excuse for racism. Defending the rights of Islam
Abstracts: Insults, soundbites, repetition, clubbiness, obfuscation .... Exit centre stage (yet again)
Abstracts: Hide and seek. It's OK to say 'yah' but not 'oo arrh.' (problems facing people with a strong regional accent) Why won't they bring our David home?
Abstracts: Time to nurture those 'soft skills.' (graduates need to develop skills beyond academic qualifications) Will your results have the right vintage?
Abstracts: How to get a great phone manner. Work hard? It's much easier to play the system. Higher degree of loneliness
Abstracts: Bullet train claims new speed record. Recovery may be in sight but the bubble hangover lingers on. Quake town's second vision of hell
Abstracts: Tax on men? It's dafter than it sounds. The voter changes her mind. The left is creating a new scapegoat: 'deadbeat dads.'
Abstracts: Gambling on our heritage. HRH's demolition men. A fantasy, lovingly rebuilt
Abstracts: If you didn't laugh, you'd cry. Gay TV: as in lively, bright, playful, merry .... Desperately seeking Siouxsie
Abstracts: Rivals circle helicopter contract. Marines defy rebels to airlift Westerners. The end of war - and peace
Abstracts: A wrinkled, saggy woman carrying a foetus? Yuk. Who'll bear an unwanted foetus? If crime is a disease then this is the cure
Abstracts: How the flying pigs became a crackling good tale. Valleys find future in old and new. As the addict said to the bishop ...
Abstracts: Buying a Picasso? Do it in New York. Art goes off the rails. Roman thimbles? Phooey
Abstracts: Are they belted up in the back? Are car alarms more trouble than they're worth? You can tell it's a Swede
Abstracts: A swim in the quiet storm. Halfway to heaven. How about a nice slice of boiled bat?
Abstracts: They help the lost to be found. Men behaving baldly. To baldly go where no mane's grown before
Abstracts: Pipe dreams in the rich man's club. What price integrity today? China's doing well enough
Abstracts: The last oik of the British Empire. The dangers of a spoon-fed diet. Drivel that deserved to self-deconstruct
Abstracts: Love the revolution, shame about reality. Does Mr Barak's victory really change anything? The damning truth written on the pages of Document No. 3206
Abstracts: Off the beaten (dog)track. Where east meets west - in the Midlands. How the Strand could be grand
Abstracts: Offload your stress on a fellow student. Where there's a will there's a war. Give me a child with burning ambition ...
Abstracts: Blair can dump unions, but not the poor. What Prospect of serious success? Election that casts a poor shadow
Abstracts: 'She feels I betrayed her.' (problems facing adopted children who try to trace their natural parents; includes case studies)
Abstracts: Night of the long envelopes. Crazy talk about property prices back to normal. Wu do you think you are kidding?
Abstracts: The very model of a merger. Hard sell in an Asian market. Quangos take note of Nolan's findings
Abstracts: Facing up to emotion. 'We have such a fear we are just a tiny twig on this arborescent bush of life.' (palaeontologist Stephen Jay Gould's views on Darwin's philosophy)
Abstracts: Ring pull. A cat among the pidgins. Suspect hair, clear vision
Abstracts: MDF plants planned in Brazil, Malaysia, Germany. Industry-Indian partnership offers training, wood products. What's new? Still more panelboard plants set
Abstracts: ADB sets forestry policy for Asia-Pacific region. Brazil's devaluation to boost forestry exports. New report profiles lumber, panel firms
Abstracts: Riding the insurance investment wave. Help in doing the right thing. Making the grade with new college grads
Abstracts: Bulletin boards now have gone corporate. It's deja vu all over again: a new wave of vendors is redefining the agency systems market
Abstracts: For whom the church bell tolls. Riding the express: is your subacute strategy on track? Value driven
Abstracts: Probe of heat wave deaths under way. New strategies to fight oral cancer. Milwaukee deaths reignite critical issues in cervical cancer screening
Abstracts: Update: influenza activity - United States and worldwide, 1994-95 season, and composition of the 1995-96 influenza vaccine
Abstracts: Transmission of Plasmodium vivax malaria - San Diego County, California, 1988 and 1989. Local transmission of Plasmodium vivax malaria -- Palm Beach County, Florida, 2003
Abstracts: Guarding the integrity of medical ethics: some lessons from Soviet Russia. Ethics
Abstracts: In step with: Talisa Soto. Sarah Michelle Gellar. In step with: Sarah Chalke
Abstracts: International commercial arbitration in the Middle East: how the major arbitration institutions work in practice, and how they compare
Abstracts: High court to decide when RICO accrues; decision should resolve three-way circuit court split. The borderless world of Martine Rothblatt
Abstracts: Small EPA changes can yield big results. Democracy demands laws we understand. EPA needs reshaping but not wiping out
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