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Excerpts from Florence Nightingale's letters and diaries.
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Harry doesn't always make money magically appear
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One year after Bush outlined his plan to let religious social-service groups compete for government funds, little has actually made it through Congress.
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Arthur Andersen Reaches Deal (Again) With Baptist Foundation of Arizona InvestorsSubscriber Access Only
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Accreditor Says Creationism Mandate Violates Academic FreedomSubscriber Access Only
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