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January 4, 1999
January 4, 1999

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January 11, 1999
January 11, 1999

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January 18, 1999
January 18, 1999

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January 25, 1999
January 25, 1999

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February 8, 1999
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February 15, 1999
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February 22, 1999
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March 1, 1999
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March 8, 1999
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March 15, 1999
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March 22, 1999
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January 4, 1999
January 4, 1999

"The real first steps to peace are giving the parties something to lose if there is war. If you are mutually interdependent, then why would you disturb that?"
--Ariel Sharon, from "The Peacemaker"

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January 11, 1999
January 11, 1999

"Hey, it's me! How ya feelin'? I'm going to look at Rudy's new apartment in Queens. I'll call you later this afternoon. See ya."
--Kristine Kupka's last communication, from "Missing You"

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January 18, 1999
January 18, 1999

"Whenever there's a profit, or a loss of 5 percent, we bail out. You lose two grand and you make four, that's fine with us. We're not married to any stocks."
--Joe Park, from "Wall Street Winners"

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January 25, 1999
January 25, 1999

"It'd be fun, man. Everybody would love it. If those two ran, the New York Senate race would be more interesting than the presidential race."
--James Carville, from "Something About Hillary"

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"I was once asked to bring a lawsuit against outdoor cafés. I like outdoor cafés. It gives the city a European feel. That's where I part company with my brother and sister activists."
--Attorney Jack Lester, from "Neighbors Unite!"

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February 8, 1999
February 8, 1999

"With my family history, these breasts were not thought of as sex objects. They were the things that could end my life."
--A woman who had a preemptive mastectomy, from "Women's Health"

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February 15, 1999
February 15, 1999

"If you tell Rex Duval you want a Japanese man that yodels, he'll scour the earth for him. When somebody wants wild game or something exquisite that nobody else has tasted anywhere, I send them to Rex."
--A party booker, from "Be Our Guest"

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February 22, 1999
February 22, 1999
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March 1, 1999
March 1, 1999

"Honestly, money was no object. The Pressmans would say they wanted this to be the most beautiful store in the world. That was their goal."
--A Barneys architect, from "Over the Top"

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March 8, 1999
March 8, 1999

"Three days in Haiti is a year's course in realism and in the ways we find to transcend it. It will not leave you unchanged."
--Pico Iyer, from "Get Out of Town"

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March 15, 1999
March 15, 1999

"People listen when you mention Howard's name. I like to be taken seriously. Howard has taken me seriously. He's like my uncle. My samurai uncle."
-- Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, from "Spinning As Fast As He Can"

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March 22, 1999
March 22, 1999
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