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Monitor Archive for February 5, 1998
Mexico Stung as Army Swarms Over Chiapas
So, Who's Coming to Dinner? It Depends on What You're Serving
Tiny Fossils Could Unlock Secrets of Early Animal Life
Hard Work Brings Home the Bacon
A Trove of Olympic-Gold Moments
Bird Feeding: Don't Wing It
Not Just Your Average Storm
Teamsters' Woes Slow Labor's Revival
News In Brief
Indians Prefer to Do Without Army's 'Help'
Ireland Debates Powers Of Police After Murder Of Anti-Mafia Journalist
How the Tomato Became a Vegetable
Washington Plays The 'Leak' Game
S. Africa Frets as Large Black-Run Firm Collapses
What Do I Tell My Child?
Success in a Whisky Business
A Woman's Place Is in the What?
Israel Key to Iraq War Outlook
Mandela Set To Fulfill Promises
French Buy Virtue With A Vengeance
Finding Ways to Curb 'Pilot Disorientation'
The Duties of Life
Women Mind Their Own Business
'The Apostle' Rewrites How Religion Is Depicted on Big Screen
How Big the Government?
Scientists Rein In Fractious Friction
Our Lives Begin Anew In Nagano
A Traffic Jam of Names
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