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Monitor Archive for November 10, 1995
Settlers Regret Rabin Killing, But Stand Their Ground
Israel Battles Words That Incite Killing
WORDS OF NOTE
Giving Red-Flannel Hash Its Culinary Due
A Visit With the Orchard Lady
Congress to Clinton: 'Let's Make a Deal '
How Police Stalk Stalkers In Nashville
Reporters at Risk
Does God Have The Day Off?
Language Must Change, but Must It Change This Way?
Regulators Cut Own Red Tape
How Colin Powell Can Run - and Win - in 2000
'Oh Where, Oh Where Will Oil Prices Go?' Oil Industry Asks
Rebecca Lobo Wins Praise And Basketball Games
FORMER MONITOR REPORTER RECALLS CAPTURE DURING VIETNAM WAR
News In Brief
Oksana Baiul: Confident, Comfortable with Stardom
US Warship Sunk in 1944 Yields Treasure
Tracing Rabin's Great Change
THE FRIDAY CROSSWORD
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Abortion-Method Ban Reignites Feud on Hill
Atlantis Crew to Remodel Mir With Parking Space in Space
French Leaders Risk Wrath Of People As Belts Tighten
Acid Rain's Corrosion Spreads in Northeast
Duck, Duck, Goose
CAN BRITAIN HANDLE A QUEEN SEEN AS A 'POLITICAL ANIMAL'?
Student-Loan Competition Threatened by Republicans
Doing Business With Indonesia's Dictator