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Monitor Archive for February 13, 2002
Forget the roses - just wash my car
In hot climes, Games don't resonate
Scenes of a city's grandeur and need
For best results, open the atlas of love
Where to hold hands in Calcutta
From PB&Js to Pad Thai
A crusader finally has his day
Yemen slowly warms to US
Business & Finance
Unwrapping God's gifts
Monitor Breakfast: Arthur Levitt Jr.
'Aggressive pacifists' put their faith on the firing line
Kabul, 1976: Windows of joy open
Reporters on the Job
Pakistan's return to US graces
Middle East conflict takes to the air
The Enron file: Will anyone end up going to jail?
African-American actors catch Oscar's eye
Muslim dolls a change from Barbie
The 56 Million
After the vows
As trial begins, Milosevic unfazed
'Destined to be a dork' as high school hits home
Marriage by the numbers: when, and where, we say 'I do'
Handing off a light that warms the world
Long-married couples go for the gold
US raids against 'hold-out' regions stir Afghan anger
Return of the 'military-industrial complex'?
'O my luve is like a red, red rose ...'
Helping 'Dead Broke' Dads
A hockey team in search of identity
The savoir-faire of fancy singles' fare
Tougher love for Israel