|Students attending private religious high schools who say they cheated at least once on exams in the last year.||Years until only "excessive nudity" and "the f-word" are banned from network television unless advertisers react, according to Tim Spengler, executive vice president of the Initiative Media ad agency.||Rank of Harlem's black churches among popular destinations for tourists to New York City, after Times Square and Wall Street.|
|Students at other schools who said they had done so.|
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Churchgoing tourists view Harlem on Sunday mornings—The New York Times (Oct. 21, 2002)
Networks Spice Up TV Programs—Dow Jones Newswire (Oct. 16, 2002)
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