Abstracts: Confidentiality comes at a cost. Mass torts: now ripe for mediation; although they typically involve complicated technical issues, such cases still can be resolved more effectively outside of court
Abstracts: Beyond the binge. Scared stiff. Shame! Pleasure! Bad hors d'oeuvres! It's reunion time!
Abstracts: Report from the front. Wrap videos. Love, lust and heartbreak: the bigger they are, the harder they fall
Abstracts: Dating at 20, 25, 30: control your love destiny with this stage-by-stage guide. Love, lust & no regrets: fling yourself into a short, sweet relationship that lets you practice for the kind that lasts
Abstracts: Under attack again: facing more stress and more bills as the ARB pursues a test case that will have profound implications for other architects
Abstracts: Fine-tuning FM decisions. 12 ways to to save the industry: National Construction Week was a short-term fix, but the industry still faces an image problem, worries over workload and skills shortages
Abstracts: Sunny side up. Hard times. Starter for ten. what did 10 schoolgirls make of their introduction to the building industry
Abstracts: The great agency debate. Red carpet treatment: from Windsor Castle to the Royal Exchange, services consultant Oscar Faber has worked on many historic projects
Abstracts: Get your skates on. Desperately seeking Jan... Explosive issues
Abstracts: More work from more play. Hot and bothered. Oil be there
Abstracts: The road ahead. Calling the changes in product ordering
Abstracts: The strategy of risk. Regulate to compete. School's out...safety's in Part 2: managing health and safety out of school requires a positive safety culture at school
Abstracts: Tories aim for another 1.5m home-owners. Power brokers go hunting on the left. So where will the tax cuts come from?
Abstracts: Tinseltown's new dream team. Muscovites come to terms with science of modern shopping. Spy spat ends in four expulsions on either side
Abstracts: Airline cutbacks still grounded. Siemens to pour 1.1bn pounds sterling into 2,000 new UK jobs. How Dagenham changed gear
Abstracts: Blair can dump unions, but not the poor. Lessons for Blair from the War of Little Joe. No more seaside slapstick
Abstracts: University without walls. Computers: all the right connections. Wanted: global graduates
Abstracts: Can we break the language barrier? Do your dealing on the Internet to get ahead. A student and a mother: how does she cope?
Abstracts: G7 has no answer to currency woes. A choice between jobs and 'franc fort.' (French monetary policy) So, how has Master Clarke been doing?
Abstracts: Can Prozac destroy our free will? For this man hell is having to say what he believes in. MPs condemn 'naive' church commissioners
Abstracts: In debt and crisis. Saint or sinner? Oklahoma's shock, America's revenge
Abstracts: Take care in cyberspace, children. Baby, I just can't afford you. Football is better than boot camp
Abstracts: 'Our friends called us Hattie and Eric.' (broadcaster and journalist Andy Kershaw discusses sharing flats with sister Liz)(A Family Affair)
Abstracts: Junk mail cans its image. Why marketing matters most. Scott Walker regrets ...
Abstracts: The massacre and me: my life as a Hong Kong editor. Mururoa shadows the mark. The Prince who would be President
Abstracts: US debates big question: what is sex? Big hats, big park, big welcome. Delors junior set to follow in father's footsteps
Abstracts: You can't kill bookworms. Buy a baby, save a life. Who pays for a child to grow tall?
Abstracts: Murdoch, a problem of our own making. Money makes the world go away. Nightmare cures for unhappiness
Abstracts: Pipped by France over hot line to Moscow. US, Britain jump into a new age of warfare. What happened to the glorious Red Army?
Abstracts: Who gets what? Why? How to blow your own hypertrumpet. Time for an end to amateur hour
Abstracts: A bigger splash for the Millennium. The new spirit of Modernism. Concrete proof of Rommel's invasion
Abstracts: One man and his fridge. Do we need Disney? Stop press, says the pink 'un
Abstracts: The City and the global village. N&P faces 1.1bn pounds sterling Abbey bid. Warburg's hopes crumble
Abstracts: Elected mayors could give Personality to local government. When 'responsibility' is not a straightforward matter
Abstracts: Goodbye heritage, hello culture. A national heritage that holds us back. A heritage trail littered with mistakes
Abstracts: A disagreement on tactics, not strategy. The German role model frays at the edges. The City and the global village
Abstracts: Troubles take toll on the 'missing minister.'. Strange ethics that makes friends with a state that tortures children
Abstracts: Triumph of mind over matter. The man who wants to shrink the world. Landlords of intellectual property
Abstracts: And now jobs for the boys and girls. The angry sound of the suburbs. Love of peace sparks a war in Provence
Abstracts: Let's face it, we've backed a real loser. It could be the most powerful 'minority' ever. Fearful, anxious, vociferous, often confused and sometimes violent. Meet the victims of the Nineties: men
Abstracts: From cradle to catwalk. The fashion victims of football. A tough act for mortals to follow
Abstracts: Harmonisation of taxes: Is this the most dangerous issue for Europe? From Bracknell to Monmouthshire, the nation calls time on the Tories
Abstracts: You cannot degrade democracy and expect thanks. Who should own the voice of Scotland? Behold the backlash, sabres drawn
Abstracts: All the fat you can eat. British teenagers lead the world in their sexual activity - why? There'll be bluebirds over Hyde Park
Abstracts: The Full Moonty. Coming (almost) full circle. A full stop at the end of Russia
Abstracts: Germany's journey to health. Something rotten in the powerhouse. Berlin's public battle scars
Abstracts: Is it time for that Cabinet minister (nudge, nudge: you known the one) to grass on himself? John Major has set himself the most impossible task of his career. Not peace in Northern Ireland, not even winning an election. No, he has exhorted the nation that tonight, at 8.38pm, we should all fall silent and remain so for two minutes to mark VE Day. Silence. For two whole minutes. Can this man be serious?
Abstracts: Whodugit? Retail therapy in Novosibirsk. Berlin's public battle scars
Abstracts: Pilgrimage to Walsingham. Long-distance love. And Norm is ever so grateful
Abstracts: New Labour, new Stalinists? Not a chance. Why Labour changed its mind on a referendum. Labour wins battle over constituency boundaries
Abstracts: Forget the Bear, look to the Balkans. Europe can live in wedded bliss. Jospin shoulders task of restoring fortunes of the left
Abstracts: This death was different. A sixth sense of well being. Sarajevo's marriages founder under strain of war
Abstracts: Lolita: should this film be banned? Why did the Irishman break the rules? Should we change the rules of this club?
Abstracts: Enter the clean-shaven adventurer hero. Meet the Peter Pan of Walton-on-Thames. Young and hyped in America
Abstracts: From the battlefield to the courtroom. Slow justice is no kind of justice. The library down memory lane
Abstracts: 'It is no use being bitter about what's happened.' (problems facing the relatives of people suffering from Alzheimer's Disease; two case studies)
Abstracts: Royal retreat in search of new way forward. Light on muddy waters? Gummer launches Thames revival
Abstracts: The relative value of mice and men. A cowardly business. Who will come out fighting for Europe?
Abstracts: Where have all the Hoppers gone? Cute kid, acute failure. Medicaid and morphine: the real ER
Abstracts: Can castration cure paedophiles? The worst threat is your own mind. 'I will not stop until Jonathan is free.' (Cheryl Tooze, whose lover Jonathan Jones was found guilty of murdering her parents)(Interview)
Abstracts: A world order of scandal and graft. Iraq casts long shadow over Kuwaitis. Taking on the professionals
Abstracts: You can't bank on bluffness, Ken. Major plans wide-ranging reforms for Scotland. Don't fudge it: the European question is Germany
Abstracts: It is we who are to blame for the UN failure in East Timor. If it's American snow, it's gotta be big. Why go on meeting like this?
Abstracts: Two days that sealed fate of redundant rig. BP accused on death threats. Light on muddy waters?
Abstracts: Battle of the shinty field. Fun, but not a patch on '65. The blind leading the blind
Abstracts: Name games in early learning. Help me make it through the night. Testing times for five-year-olds
Abstracts: I'm sorry, sweetheart, but you're not my daughter. Dole struggles as rivals smell blood. Treaty bans spread of nuclear arms for ever
Abstracts: Venezuelan coup leader 'to win poll.'. Ghetto priest rallies Jamaican poor. Menem looks set for a second term
Abstracts: A great city - but what is it for? Markets may be over-reacting to the beef crisis. The loneliness of the long-distance city
Abstracts: 'We refuse to die gracefully.' (music group Erasure) Call the fire brigade. The casserole of love
Abstracts: Robbing the talented to give to the rich. He's got the city taped. Goodbye to all that
Abstracts: Are they belted up in the back? It's Darwin's theory of evolution turned automotive: survival of the fittest ... and few European-based manufacturers now make a profit
Abstracts: The world at your desktop. Gadgets and gizmos for the new year. Take a click through the cyber gallery
Abstracts: British water cannons used on marchers. Defection exposes weakness in Kim's leadership. Learning lessons in the lift
Abstracts: Nutty but nice. Relief among the cowpats. Why moor is less in Britain
Abstracts: Harsh realities of national interest. Troubles with takeovers are clear for all to see. Market recovery is no mere swing of mood
Abstracts: A cat among the pidgins. Psst ... need a new campus, mate? Refounding father: Pakistan, described as the third most corrupt country in the world, needs a saviour. Can Imran Khan and a Gandhiesque film of the country's founder, produced by a Cambridge academic, do the trick?
Abstracts: Call for Royal Commission. 100,000 pounds sterling fines for missing HEFCE deadlines. Mind your language
Abstracts: Harmonising Hellenist. Home alone and learning. Clearing house for critical research
Abstracts: Spring cleaners. Vacuum cleaners
Abstracts: California the golden state: Known simply as 'the coast', California has become the primary destination for sunrise industries supported by massive venture capital spend
Abstracts: Mailstrom! The rush to postal profits. How do they manage it? Dividing the spoils: is a demerger an unbundling of business to improve shareholder value, or a way of un-bungling an overburdened management team?
Abstracts: Aid on a shoestring:What does the DTI do with its slender resources? part 2 OUtsourcing, the case study: Porsche used an uncompromising programme of outsourcing to change its fortunes
Abstracts: The bean counter bites back. Tunnel vision on Europe. Big trouble at Littlewoods: later this month, the shareholders of one of Britain's largest family-owned companies will meet to consider an offer
Abstracts: The measurement of harmonisation and the comparability of financial statement items: within-country and between-country effects
Abstracts: On the interrelation between production technology, job design, and incentives. Performance measurement systems, incentives, and the optimal allocation of responsibilities
Abstracts: On the efficiency of privately stipulated damages for breach of contract: entry barriers, reliance, and renegotiation
Abstracts: Escape to New York: for a growing number of trendy young Japanese, cool means slumming it in the Big Apple. Send in the clowns: North Korea welcomes foreigners to a bizarre festival - but no one knows why
Abstracts: Pungent prices: Taiwan's triads have taken over the garlic trade. Defying gravity: Taiwan glut has little pull on prices
Abstracts: Heir to misfortune: stake in Hong Kong's Ming Pao is up for grabs. The latest thing: Hong Kong garment makers must sell as well as sew
Abstracts: This way, please: Malaysian firm proposes peninsular short cut. part 2 Shiver me timbers: Malaysian deal leads to new alliance
Abstracts: Could be worse: if Japan were, it might get a much-sough rate cut. And another thing...U.S. and Japan go at it again: in the air
Abstracts: Michael Kenney, M.D.: colonial medical officer and tropical medicine specialist. The different faces of the AIDS pandemic
Abstracts: One man's totals. News and views of the golfer's world. Home off the range
Abstracts: Cooks Creek. Northern California. The Poconos
Abstracts: Sea-floor data flow from postwar era. Researchers vie for role in nuclear-waste cleanup. Bellcore looks for a connection; the corporate research lab for the seven Baby Bells will soon be up for sale as its owners embrace an industrywide trend toward short-term, sure-fire bets
Abstracts: Panel approves gene trail for 'normals.'(Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee of the National Institutes of Health)
Abstracts: Siberia: surprising home for Early Modern humans. Web-crawling up the tree of life. Catching lizards in the act of adapting
Abstracts: Ronnie and Nancy. A walker on the wild side. King without a country
Abstracts: Wired at heart. Devil in a bespoke suit. La femme Nicole
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