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Issue: "Isabel's slow march," Sept. 27, 2003

I see women as if they were black tents walking the street. This is no longer suitable for the new century.

Prince Talal, half brother of Saudi Arabia's King Fahd, calling for political reforms in the Islamic Kingdom.

An adult told us to cross the fence, and if not, he would hurt us.

Two Palestinian boys, ages 8 and 10, to Israeli Defense Forces who discovered them in a grove of trees. The boys were sent across the Israeli security fence near Kisufim in Gaza as guinea pigs to test what IDF would do to trespassers.

No PR can possibly help Grasso. There is no answer to pure greed.

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Public-relations expert Jack O'Dwyer on the bad publicity surrounding the disclosure of New York Stock Exchange chairman Richard Grasso's $140 million pay package. Under fire, Mr. Grasso resigned from the NYSE last week.

Kathy Boudin needs to know that when she's sleeping safely tonight, she's being protected by police officers.

Brent Newbury, president of the Rockland County Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, on the release from prison last week of 1960s radical Kathy Boudin, who served 22 years for her involvement in the murder of two police officers and a security guard.


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