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U.S. use of PB pills in gulf should be investigated now Soldiers were given medication during war to combat nerve gas
Harry D. Gotwals, 50, former JHU official
Dr. Haldor E. Rosvold, 81, a retired...
On the trail of Pfiesteria Doctor: As problems began on the Pocomoke, one physician kept pressing state officials to see the link between a microorganism in the water and human illness.
Lucille Eleanor Fox, 88, Douglass High teacherLucille...
Technicians ill after work in Pocomoke Two state employees splashed with water
Dream firm busy doing deals in Baltimore
Second Wilde Lake student gets perfect 1,600 SAT score
OncorMed obtains rights to cancer-detection aid Gaithersburg company can get royalties from tests with genetic marker
Graduates have several options for managing debt Refinancing, consolidating and investing can help
Old Owlette, new roost Gus Grason: The former Towson Catholic girls coach has lost none of the verve that led to three "national" titles. But now the lopsided scores are coming in rec leagues, and his children are among his players.
Can science, religion come together? Only through reason can we bridge gap between extremes
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Prescription for prayer Faith: A medical profession that once considered religion incompatible with science is accepting its benefits to health.
Kent P. Swanson Jr., climber, mountain guide, at age 25
Reinke's a student who appears to be in perpetual motion Indoor track: Glenelg senior is a star of classroom and stage. He's getting serious about track, too, having shared a state championship and being runner-up in another state race.
A blank page for creative arts Scholarship: The area of study for the Modern Language Association, with roots in Baltimore, has spread not only in geography but in content. Today's lectures are as likely to feature Sinatra as they are Shakespeare.
Utah couple and investment whiz lead in donating money $5 million is minimum to make the Slate list
Training teachers differently Interns: Park School has graduates working for a year with experienced mentors, exposing them to 'the stresses and joys of managing and teaching.'
Science and public policy Farsighted: A University of Maryland program has gained national recognition for its wide-ranging, interdisciplinary approach to marine science.
Leo Martin Gary, 75, Steamfitters Union memberLeo...
Bettie Anne W. Everett, 57, potter, teacherBettie...
The Secret Life of Babies Taghi Modarressi has devoted his career to seeing the world through the eyes of infants. And once you hear what this infant psychiatrist has learned, you will never see a baby in the same way again.
Raymond J. Hill Jr., 70, retired fabric...
M. Hamilton Whitman Sr., 82, Bethlehem Steel...
For Dole, faith without fanfare Candidate described as devout but wary of public piety; CAMPAIGN 1996
Study of literature hijacked, professor says Critique: Frank Lentricchia sees academic ideologues turning off a generation of readers by their doctrinaire interpretations.
So the blind might see Wilmer Eye Institute taps into technology
Frank Ronald Paul, 81, owned dry cleanersFrank...
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