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Issue: "Iraq: Fallujah's fallen," Nov. 27, 2004

"Dave, where is the blue dress?"

Director David Alsobrook on what critics will ask him at the Bill Clinton Presidential Library, opening Nov. 18 in Little Rock, Ark. One of 14 exhibit alcoves on the presidency headlines the impeachment process as "The Fight for Power" and mentions Monica Lewinsky only in a section called "Politics of Persecution."


The highest bid on the online auction site EBay, as of the middle of last week, for a partially eaten, 10-year-old grilled cheese sandwich, which, according to owner Diana Duyser, bears the image of the Virgin Mary.

"The financial community doesn't believe him anymore."

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Dorothea Huttanus, economist at DZ Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, on why the dollar is falling against the euro despite U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow's public support for a strong dollar. Economists cited concerns about high budget and trade deficits as being behind the dollar's fall.

"We knew that the spot ad would not go gently into the night."

Robert Thompson, professor of television and pop culture at Syracuse University, on TiVo's plan to allow a form of advertising on its recordings.


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