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  • Her Barbie-blonde locks are pulled into a loose ponytail. She's wearing a white wrinkled karate uniform held closed by a brown canvas belt. She glides fast then slow then fast again in smooth exact motions, performing punches and blocks on a small gym floor covered with mats.

    Gliding Through the Darkness

    Her Barbie-blonde locks are pulled into a loose ponytail. She's wearing a white wrinkled karate uniform held closed by a brown canvas belt. She glides fast then slow then fast again in smooth exact motions, performing punches and blocks on a small gym floor covered with mats.

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  • Who is the best predictor of whether a romantic relationship will work?

According to Patricia Love, who has a doctorate in education and is a specialist in the field of marriage and family therapy, parents are.

    Loving That Love Talk

    Who is the best predictor of whether a romantic relationship will work? According to Patricia Love, who has a doctorate in education and is a specialist in the field of marriage and family therapy, parents are. "Your parents having a greater likelihood of predicting who is good for you over your friends," Love said.

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  • EntWhen Spring Fashion Week '06 was unveiled in September, the most obvious common thread between designers and fashion houses was the lack of the usual outrageous shapes and daring silhouettes. Instead, onlookers saw figure-friendly patterns, interesting color experimentation and hints of time-proven fashions like safari, metallic and '80s.

    ‘Haute Couture’ is a Little More Accessible This Spring

    EntWhen Spring Fashion Week '06 was unveiled in September, the most obvious common thread between designers and fashion houses was the lack of the usual outrageous shapes and daring silhouettes. Instead, onlookers saw figure-friendly patterns, interesting color experimentation and hints of time-proven fashions like safari, metallic and '80s.

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  • Most Swedish girls dream about the U.S. We listen to American music, watch American TV shows, dress like American celebrities we see in magazines and dream about the glamouros life we imagine all Americans have. U.S. stands for everything we think is good in life and we think all the good things were invented here.

    America Isn’t so ‘Swede’

    Most Swedish girls dream about the U.S. We listen to American music, watch American TV shows, dress like American celebrities we see in magazines and dream about the glamouros life we imagine all Americans have. U.S. stands for everything we think is good in life and we think all the good things were invented here.

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  • Over the crest of the hill, the group's quarry - a group of mangy humanoids called kobolds - toiled at the entrance to a mine. Quickly and without warning, the warriors attacked, decimating the creatures who had so recently taken control of the region's copper.

    Waging Warcraft

    Over the crest of the hill, the group's quarry - a group of mangy humanoids called kobolds - toiled at the entrance to a mine. Quickly and without warning, the warriors attacked, decimating the creatures who had so recently taken control of the region's copper.

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  • It is the only business that has a permanent clientele, no seasonality and sometimes flourishes when the economy turns sour.

With the baby boomer generation heading toward retirement, the funeral industry is more alive now than ever before. Yet most people balk at the idea of spending their days with the dead, while others are suspicious of those who do.

    Working for the Living by Tending to the Dead

    It is the only business that has a permanent clientele, no seasonality and sometimes flourishes when the economy turns sour. With the baby boomer generation heading toward retirement, the funeral industry is more alive now than ever before. Yet most people balk at the idea of spending their days with the dead, while others are suspicious of those who do.

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  • Posted Dec. 11, 2006
Titans win consecutive games at home
Cal State Fullerton's women's basketball team capped a four-game homestand with a 75-63 victory over the Northern Colorado Bears on Saturday at Titan Gym.

Fullerton sophomore Toni Thomas matched her career-high of 27 points in two consecutive games after dropping 27 against the Colorado Buffaloes on Thursday.

    Titans win consecutive games at home

    Posted Dec. 11, 2006 Titans win consecutive games at home Cal State Fullerton's women's basketball team capped a four-game homestand with a 75-63 victory over the Northern Colorado Bears on Saturday at Titan Gym. Fullerton sophomore Toni Thomas matched her career-high of 27 points in two consecutive games after dropping 27 against the Colorado Buffaloes on Thursday.

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  • Men's Basketball - The Titans [6-2 overall] will be hosting Bethune-Cookman in a nonconference game this Saturday at 6:05 p.m.
      After losing a nonconference game to UCLA last Tuesday, the Titans bounced back last Saturday with a 83-81 win at Pepperdine.

    Upcoming Titan Events

    Men's Basketball - The Titans [6-2 overall] will be hosting Bethune-Cookman in a nonconference game this Saturday at 6:05 p.m. After losing a nonconference game to UCLA last Tuesday, the Titans bounced back last Saturday with a 83-81 win at Pepperdine.

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