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MISCELLANEOUS
World's Largest Rhinestone to be Auctioned in Vienna
Expected to sell for somewhere between twelve and fifteen dollars.
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Lord of the Rings Leads With 11 Oscar Nominations
Considered shoo-in for Longest Picture.
Michael Jackson Impersonators Suffer Cancellations, Reduced Demand
Fear fate similar to that experienced by O.J. impersonators.
TV: Dennis Miller Debuts
Jack Paar dies.
 
BUSINESS
Employment Outlook Improves
In Key Sectors for 2004
 
SCIENCE
Scientists Create New Form of Matter
“Good Lord, it's alive!” says one, just before phone line goes dead.
Fossilized Tracks of 68 Million-
Year-Old Dinosaur Found at
Colorado Golf Course

Four-toed biped never got out of sand trap.
 
EDUCATION
Georgia May Ban Word “Evolution” From Science Textbooks
“Wild speculation has no place in the classroom,” says State Superintendant of Schools (above).
 
HEALTH / MEDICINE
Study: High-Carb, Low-Fat Diet
Works Better Than Low-Carb,
High-Fat Diet

Both work better than high-carb, high-fat diet.
Researchers: Women Do Housework While Men Sit, Watch TV
Thirty-year study observed day-to-day habits of every human being on earth.

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