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'The camp is like an old-fashioned cortege campus-without the freedom, of course.'

--Martha Stewart on Alderson Prison in West Virginia, where she is serving a five-month sentence for lying about a stock trade. (Marthatalks.com, Oct. 15)

'It's one thing to read about it in the newspaper, but it's another thing to see them actually scrape the body parts off the street.

--Doug Moke, a U.S. student studying in Israel., on viewing the scene of two suicide bombings. (The New York Times, Sept. 1)

'What harm am I doing? ... I'm simply wearing a veil that is obligated by my faith.'

--Sabrina Varroni, a Muslim woman in Italy who has been fined 80 euros (about $100) for appearing in public wearing a veil that completely covered her face. (The New York Times, Oct. 15)
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Title Annotation:Soundbites
Publication:New York Times Upfront
Date:Nov 15, 2004
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