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Articles from Investigate HIS (December 1, 2012)

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1 Bang & Olufsen BeoPLay A9. Brief article 134
1 Epson small-in-one multifunctions. 105
2 Citizen Proximity. Brief article 122
2 NOOK HD. 117
3 Sony RX1. 118
3 Sony VAIO Tap 20. 109
4 Nokia Lumia 920. 116
A big investment gamble. Hensley, Peter Short story 1085
Corridors of paua: my first year as a member of Parliament is drawing to a close. Almost 12 months ago, on the evening of my daughter's second birthday, you the people recalled Winston Peters from the wilderness of political penance, and sent him back to the halls of power along with yours truly and six other fine patriots. Prosser, Richard 1270
Crying over spilt milk: the news this month that China was rejecting shipments of NZ made infant formula for failing quality checks should be a serious warning to cheerleaders of absolutely unregulated business with Beijing. 495
Dear Mr Government. Comins, Rayelene 322
Defecting from Darwinian naturalism: about a decade ago I would muse on what it might take for intelligent design to win the day. Clearly, its intellectual and scientific project needed to move forward, and, happily, that has been happening. Dembski, William A. 1460
For big-screen enthusiasts. Rossman, Jim 624
Ganymede: A Tale of Middle Eastern Intrigue. Book review 240
Get ready for Armageddon: when America falls, so will we. Wishart, Ian 4539
How to beat jet lag. Trejos, Nancy 1141
JOSEPH ANTON. Morrissey, Michael 757
Julie Andrews directs new musical in Chester. Meyers, Joe 692
LOCKDOWN. Morrissey, Michael Book review 710
Lording it over others: the title brought me up short: Power and Greed, A Short History of the World, by Philippe Gigantes. Where human society has gone wrong from the beginning of recorded history can certainly be subsumed into these two categories, power and greed. Brooke, Amy 1170
Remembering. Foster, Jenifer Poem 172
The beginning of the end of America: amid the ruin and rubble of the gray morning after, it may seem in poor taste to do anything so vulgar as plug the new and stunningly topical paperback edition of my book, after America--or, as Dennis Miller retitled it on the radio the other day, "Wednesday.". Steyn, Mark 1189
The name is ... Woodhouse, Steve; Conner, Shea Movie review 1190
The vexed issue of climate change: New Zealand's decision not to ratify another round of Kyoto Protocol C[O.sub.2] targets has predictably infuriated green lobbyists but, as Ian Wishart reports, it reflects an inconvenient truth: much of the world no longer believes the climate change hype. Wishart, Ian 2289
Unholy war: the origins of the Israel/Palestine conflict. Wishart, Ian Essay 2577
Vitamin D. Jenni P 157
We're in cyberwar. Smith, Glenn 1315

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