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Monitor Archive for October 15, 2003
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High Court to rule on the Pledge
The fastest man in the world's fastest sport
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Should police wait after knocking?
Let there be baseball - but which side is God's?
British balk at shipbreaking deal
Reporters on the Job
France's first Muslim school raises hopes - and concern
Dynasty looks to rule strategic US ally
Who Sets Iraq's Benchmarks?
Bush's Cuban quandary
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Bush's second-best friend?
Who's leading the singles revolution?
The power of 1
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He wants to reclaim towns for pedestrians
He never met a food he wouldn't try
A daughter's test: act smart or dumb down
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At home and work, celebrity chef nurtures
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