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Monitor Archive for October 20, 2006
The online book: team authors, and it's never finished
Cheer the players? Nah. Just crunch their numbers.
Taking on the veil: West looks to assimilation
Iraq's violence heading toward two-year high
Disappear into thin air? Scientists take step toward invisibility.
How UN's new chief hopes to tackle crises
Tougher stance on crimes of US troops?
Reporters on the Job
For Rice, Seoul proves a cautious ally
Nuke watch: The game's getting tougher
Saving ballot initiatives from abuse
The price of past US threats against North Korea
Sometimes, things are what they seem
How to brag about your kids without really trying
Small teams buck college hierarchy
An ode to Iwo Jima's conflicted heroes
I'm free, free-fallin' ... at five feet
Hopping off to Scotland
New on DVD: Over the Hedge
Into it: Daniel Handler
'High Fidelity' hits the Beantown stage.
Lemony Snicket's sweet and sour end
Sofia Coppola's Versailles Valley Girl
Haggis storms Hollywood after 'Crash'
Five smooth stones
They sway to the beat of a bucket and suds
Potholes in the path of public discourse
Backstory: For fall campaigns, a one-size-fits-all stump speech
Backstory: A pumpkin patch out of control
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