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Monitor Archive for December 31, 1982
A winter's walk
Japan defense budget is less than US pushed for
The 1983 agenda in foreign policy
Air safety: the wind shear factor
No-nonsense Clown College is like a Navy boot camp
Forecasters are cautiously optimistic about auto sales
One more option to rid mattress of damp odor
Talks agenda still eludes Israel, Lebanon envoys
Buying a real estate option? Put every detail in writing
Miami's black leaders seek better communications
Economic-indicators index points to recovery again
The game of the name
How 1983 could bring US and USSR closer
VW bids for US high-performance market with its Rabbit GTI
Weak trade fleet adds to British economic woes
US is likely to show trade deficit for '82
Scratches in glass are there to stay
West German leader calls relations with US 'firm'
Peace mediators of the corporate-merger battles
Clean Air Act's pollution deadline has arrived -- but will EPA act?
Longtime love song
Japanese trade giant has eye for profit in all the world
Washingtonians get a glimpse of Chinese commune life
Why Soviets take notes on Hungary's economic reforms
Number filing claims for unemployment rises again
More R&D funds in '83
Vital social issues reach high court
Business As Usual In Post-Brezhnev Kremlin
Mesa Petroleum wins a round in takeover bid
Warped door most likely cause of irregular gap
House plants overgrown? Divide the root balls
Robin Hood unmasked -- a swashbuckler or a butler?
Weinberger on '83 budget, arms talks, Mideast, MX.
Drying agent may prevent pesky window condensation
Much of Israel shut down by public-employee strike
United Nations questions its ability to keep the peace
United Nations questions its ability to keep the peace while social programs such as UNICEF rack up impressive records
Steel for tomorrow
For Paterno, a Sugar Bowl win would be especially sweet
Poland's student union: litmus test for 1983?
Why don't they take our word?
''Before Abraham . . .''
Tulips on winter windowsills
Staying centralized helps California bank build a solid relationship with customers
Finding less risky alternatives to tons of chemical pesticides
Court freezes assets of Dorfman-owned firms
Andropov says he's open to a summit with Reagan
Getting the mold from a bathroom ceiling
Tying East-West trade to arms
It may be a 'new era,' but New York City still has a hole in its purse
Commercial TV may help fund PBS -- for its own good
Repair of plaster cracks is job amateurs can do themselves
Former Kissinger aide on list for MX panel
When states push alcohol