[00:02]One is further efficiency gains. Another is to reduce the
[00:06]present, relatively generous subsidies for student support
[00:10]and research ...
[00:14]For all the respect he commands within the art world,
[00:17]Serra has been described as the most notorious sculptor
[00:27]Controller Raymond Adams contended that simultaneous
[00:30]arrivals on the runways often led to loss of separation
[00:35]between aircraft and increased the risk of midair collisions
[00:38]and runway incursions.
[00:43]They said he and his ministers were engaged in a
[00:46]furious effort to organize all the outside aid, find refuge
[00:50]for the hundreds of thousands ...
[00:54]Over the past century, all kinds of unfairness and
[00:58]discrimination have been condemned or made illegal. But
[01:01]one insidious form continues to thrive: alphabetism.
[01:08]Some of these ideas may flop, but eventually the most
[01:12]ingenious ones will generate more excitement in music
[01:16]and a greater willingness to sample new artists.
[01:21]The plot is extraordinary, the characters are fabulous
[01:26]and then there is the feature that makes it especially
[01:28]magnificent: the location.
[01:34]Last week a Boston meeting of the Eastern
[01:36]Psychological Association heard a report on the
[01:40]reaction of irradiated dogs to strenuous exercise and
[01:49]His wares, which also include zigzag lamps and Swedish
[01:54]pine soaps, are set off by orange walls and quirky designs.
[01:59]"We're not afraid of color," Mr. Beckett...