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U.S. keeps ban on research use of aborted tissue With veto at stake, other fetal tissue is ruled acceptable
Loss of Kramp would hurt county Dedicated umpire-in-chief is having problems with malcontents
House ready to vote to end ban on fetal tissue research Backers of the measure appear to have enough votes to overturn expected veto.
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1992 Academic-Athletic Team
Grizzlies running out of room as experts lament their dwindling numbers Bears' woes linked to environment's
Dick Cavett details the 'dismal, worthless, black despair' of bouts of depression
Cavett bares his soul to reveal depression
'Devastation': a new translation about the Indies
NAVY TEAMS FIND SMOOTH SAILING IN WEEKEND REGATTAS
U.S. reveals details of college price-fixing suit
Harriette D. Vera, noted expert in microbiologyA...
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Korean officials say united team unlikelySouth and...
Growing number of genetic disorders traced to defective mitochondria
Recession Hits Hard At Nation's Campuses
Tough times force universities to cut costs, research Cuts will reach into the millions. Research, quality may be affected.
PHILOSOPHER ON THE MOVE Marathoner's mind runs a course of enigmatic, imponderable ideas
M. L. KING'S EXAMPLE SHINES AS SOURCE OF COURAGE
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Everyone second-guesses doctor when president is sick But Bush's physician enjoys the attention
Yale choruses perform tonight at Goucher
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Tchaikovsky's sexual torments
As times get tougher, job interviews can take a discriminatory tack
Towson State gets piece of the 'Roc'
A chilling firsthand look at Zurich's 'Needle Park' Chief of state's drug panel is dismayed, but "keeping an open mind" on needle exchange.
Beer industry taps history's keg Traditional role of beer cited in countering new attacks.
Carville G. AkehurstFormer nursery ownerServices for Carville...
Women and men view leadership differently
Show enlightens public about Kahn
Democrat's stretch drive in Pa. could give party a horse to ride in '92
State radon study 'warrants some action,' experts believe Study finds 19 percent of homes are high in radon.
Capoeira: martial arts becomes art
Derrida dissects words to the letter Frenchman decries imprecise language
Arkansas' Bill Clinton declares for presidency
DIVORCED...BUT NOT DEFEATED
NEW CHALLENGES Affirmative action facing some disfavor, and for some 'babies,' it's time to reassess
A FRIEND OF FREDDY KRUEGER Rachel Talalay has worked on five 'Elm Street' films
Plant in Sparks making machine to analyze blood
Pierre Guillaumat, 82, French war minister under...