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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (July 21, 2000)

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'Put smokers' health warning on vitamins'. 98
'Put smokers' health warning on vitamins'. 116
[0] 11 held for GM attack. Mcgurran, Aidan 80
[0] Boy, 8, hit by a police car on crossing. Fraser, Christian 198
[0] GET THIS MUGGER; Bag snatch brute KOs Beatty, 89. Newby, Gary 169
[0] Golf: OPEN 2000 Diary: A NIP IN THE AIR. 136
[0] Interview: Major Andrew Harrison - Every time I took a beating I'd just smile .. and talk about my wife and my girls; BRAVERY OF THE EMAIL MAJOR. Raymond, Clare 1674
[0] PREZZA'S TRANSPORT TONIC: MAIN ROADS pounds 21.3bn. 153
[0] Teachers' pay move. Education, Richard Garner 85
11 held for GM attack. Mcgurran, Aidan 84
3am: He's our Perfect vodka chaser; GEORGE CLOONEY COULDN'T COME.. SO HE GAVE US A PARTY OF OUR OWN. 460
3am: Moran's our main man. 85
3am: Night Meg snapped. 88
80 WOMEN TO SUE BABY DOC OVER OPS; Mothers had 'needless' surgery. Keogh, Elaine 329
A life less ordinary... Diary of PR and marketing director SHAZIA NIZAM; Starting this week: Behind the scenes in the lives of movers and groovers in the entertainment industry. Rasquinha, Carrie 635
A week on the town with Shebah, Queen of the London social scene; I saw Jasper Carrott at the buffet munching on a carrot. No, I didn't point out the obvious. Ronay, Shebah 636
Air crash survivors recover. 99
AMAZING SPIDERMAN; Scot survives bite from deadly flesh-eating insect. Mackay, Caitlin 142
And the lies have it.. 142
Arsonist in club attack. Lamport, Jason 102
Arsonist in club attack. 92
Attack rap footballer. 90
BAA - KING MAD; IT'S CANINE CAPERS AS ONE POOCH IS FOUND USING HAIRSPRAY - AND A LOOPY LAMB THINKS HE'S A FAMILY DOG Abandoned sheep 'dog' Milo's new life is shear enjoyment. Williams, Brendon 213
Bionic man Pat puts your pint in arm's way; DAD'S NEW LIMB IS SMASHING. Young, Caoimhe 412
Books: Just browsing... Henry, Andrea 328
Books: Welcome to the third Reichs; Kathy Reichs keeps mining the forensic formula, but is it now dead on the slab? Henry, Andrea 528
Booze for old Maid. 94
Boy, 8, hit by a police car on crossing. Fraser, Christian 206
Carol Vorderman internet column: Carol's Diary. Vorderman, Carol 927
Carol Vorderman internet column: Downloading for freeloaders; NET SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. Macrae, Kyle 1190
Carol Vorderman internet column: Test the wwwater; GET SURFING BRITAIN'S CANALS. Ziemer, Laurette 916
Carol Vorderman internet column: WE HELP YOU GET RIGHT PC. 247
Carol Vorderman internet column: www.help.desk. 297
Carol Vorderman internet column: www.our. favourite. Vorderman, Carol 230
Carol Vorderman internet column: www.taste forlife.co.uk. 84
Carol Vorderman internet column: www.war child.org.uk. 97
Cilla's scroll call is a giggle for Cherie. Ferrari, Simon 144
CLIFF PLUNGE OAP, 70, DIES. 85
Clinton backs Mitchell as Gore's vice-president; PEACE BROKER THE POPULAR CHOICE. Roberts, Joe 465
Clubbing: We've got this party lark Licked. Burke, Sinead 216
Co-op funeral offer comes 40 years late. Nuwar, Sara 331
Comedy: Praying for a laugh. Quinn, Thomas 227
COMMENT: Bottling up a real problem. 167
COMMENT: He gets our vote. 100
COOL TO BE A COP. Roberts, Joe 139
Cops told to arrest telly chef. 123
CRICKET: Collapse stuns super Stewart. Walters, Mike 374
Cricket: Dev home is raided. Walters, Mike 106
Cricket: Maynard's tour hope. Williams, Paul 201
Cricket: STEW BUNCH OF BOTTLERS. Walters, Mike 662
DearJo: readers' letters: Perfection on parade. 1046
Death risk to workers. 101
Des Kelly's Column: Only Einstein could figure out putting. Kelly, Des 376
Des Kelly's Column: Roll up, roll up with laughter at this con trick. Kelly, Des 783
Des Kelly's Column: Why Jack is Roman in the gloaming. Kelly, Des 111
DOCTOR HORROR; Butcher surgeon guilty of blunders on 12 women. Fisher, Lorraine; Cummins, Fiona 305
DOCTOR HORROR; Butcher surgeon left women maimed and scarred. Fisher, Lorraine 310
Dog 'cheat' fined pounds 300. 89
Dog 'cheat' fined pounds 300. 107
Doorstop bomb alert. 136
Dr Miriam Stoppard's agony column: I'm shocked by my son's self-pleasure. Stoppard, Dr Miriam 1304
Drink killed grief mum. 87
Dunne's cocaine blackout; Coke made Dunne forget. Lee, John 270
End of line for Jaws. Mcgurran, Aidan 141
Euro will not ruin UK firms; EXCLUSIVE. Blackman, Oonagh 227
FAITHFUL FIVE ARE DROPPED BY FLEURY. Cahill, Jackie 430
FAMILY'S KILLING: DADHELD. Daniels, Bill 163
Film: BIG BAD JOHN; John Cusack, star of High Fidelity, is a heavyweight Hollywood player these days. Vernazza, Zara 802
Film: Crumbs... it's that kooky girl; Welcome to the wacky world of Geena Davis. Applebaum, Stephen 616
Film: Five things you didn't know about... Jack Black. 277
Film: I can't think of a better film than the smart, cool High Fidelity with which to while away this bloody awful summer. Ross, Jonathan 989
Film: Out takes. Adams, Mark 423
Financial Mirror: Chaos on tax front. 104
Financial Mirror: Dublin prices. 238
Financial Mirror: Equitable court out. 118
Financial Mirror: GERMAN GIANTS FIRE STORE WARS SALVOS. 235
Financial Mirror: IS IT TERMINAL? 162
Financial Mirror: Northern Rocket .. 102
Financial Mirror: TV delivers pizza profit. 124
Financial Mirror: Web's a big hit on jobs market. Bird, Simon 140
Financial Mirror: WHAT A JOLLY GOODFELLOW; Skipton boss backs pounds 100m share-out. 313
Fire cuts are axed. Lamport, Jason 80
Food & Wine Eating: Bad vibes in Battersea. Hirsch-Miller, Stephanie 496
Food & Wine Eating: Bargain deals. Meeke, Kieran 226
Football: A MERSEY MISSION; Redknapp jets Stateside for a make-or-break op. Cross, John 411
Football: AC Milan in second Becks bid. Harris, Harry 233
FOOTBALL: ARCHIBALD OFF TO AID BARCA PAL. 119
FOOTBALL: ARCHIBALD'S REIGN TO START IN SPAIN; Diamonds from abroad can be forever. Mcleod, Sam 628
FOOTBALL: BARNES: I'LL BOUNCE BACK. 172
Football: Beckham bid fails. 115
Football: Dave snaps up the 'new Roy Keane'. Maddock, David 105
FOOTBALL: DENS' FANS FAVOURITE HAS NO WAY BOYACK. Gordon, Tim 341
Football: Geoghegan in fitness fight. Scully, Michael 118
Football: GET OUT OF TOON; Robson sparks a pounds 9m Newcastle clear-out. Diball, Colin 372
Football: GREGORY TURNS TO TURK HARD MAN OZ. Moore, David 143
Football: Hammam Cardiff bid in danger. Wade, Ben 456
FOOTBALL: I KEN GRAB HEAD START WITH GERS; Hitkid Miller eyes first team status. Baillie, Michael 888
Football: I WILL DELIVER OVERMARS AND PETIT; EXCLUSIVE: Transfer boast of Barcelona chief. Nixon, Alan 611
Football: I WILL DELIVER OVERMARS AND PETIT; Transfer boast of Barcelona chief EXCLUSIVE. Nixon, Alan 612
Football: IT'S GOOD TO TURK, JOHN; Gregory lands pounds 5.6m Oz. Moore, David 500
FOOTBALL: It's Sylly to say we're here for an easy ride; SAYS SAINT MOHAMMED. Ross, Kenny 748
Football: Kelly joins the Blades. Edwards, Ian 152
FOOTBALL: KIDS-STUFF FOR NEGRI. 123
FOOTBALL: LENNON TO GET DREAM AT A PRICE. Baillie, Michael 253
Football: MILAN COME BACK FOR pounds 70M BECKS. 115
FOOTBALL: Murray in blast at Schalke. Baillie, Michael 222
Football: ROBSON RUNS pounds 9M FLOPS OUT OF TOON. 177
Football: SHELS ON COURSE FOR A pounds 250,000 JACKPOT; Tolka heroes want to play one of the best Michael SCULLY. 552
FOOTBALL: UEFA should dump the 'away goal' advantage; SAYS PAUL MATHERS. McGREEVY, Alex 558
Furby's Gospel: Move over Rambo, Bobby's on the beat. 368
Furby's Gospel: ORANGE BENN. 99
Furby's Gospel: RUC COP THE FLAK FROM ALL QUARTERS. 113
GAA: Dunne: Galway are a serious outfit and Tipp must expect tough test. Cahill, Jackie 854
GAA: FAITHFUL REMEMBER THE CURSE OF ULSTER. Cahill, Jackie 485
GAA: McKEEVER APPEAL TURNED DOWN. Cahill, Jackie 299
GAA: Offaly tough for Oak Leaf as McKeever appeal thrown out. Cahill, Jackie 291
GAA: WHOLE NEW BALL GAME FOR DERRY; Hurlers taking on county's fight for place in history. Mcgreevy, Alex 606
Galleries & exhibitions: Take a bus ride back in time. Sturgess, Ian 254
Games and Internet: GAME NEWS. 267
Games and Internet: INTERNET NEWS. Hancock, David 274
Games and Internet: Klingon to Trekkie sim. Hancock, David 159
Games and Internet: SHEER PERFECTION. Hancock, David 341
Geri scoot-off costs Spice Girls pounds 400,000. 104
GET THIS MUGGER; Bag snatch brute KOs Beatty, 89. Newby, Gary 164
GET YOURSELF IN A SPIN WITH A TWISTER TO MEXICO. 281
Girl admiring cliff view dies in 400ft plunge. 100
Golf: Disgraceful Cup captain should take a leaf from Nick's book. Curtis, Roy 832
Golf: Els sets the pace with 66; PADRAIG PLEASED WITH 68. Spink, Alex 351
Golf: HEAVEN AND ELS, IT'S ERNIE HARRINGTON LEADS TIGER CHASE; Woods on form but great day for Irish. Curtis, Roy 387
Golf: OPEN 2000 Diary: A NIP IN THE AIR. 135
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE - Faldo ready to be Major player again. Spink, Alex 543
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: CHAMP LAWRIE LEADS THE RETREAT OF SUPERFLOPS. Stenson, Tony 284
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: Faldo ready to be Major player again. Spink, Alex 538
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: GARBUTT'S LOVELY BUBBLY. Stenson, Tony 137
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: OPEN 2000 Diary: A NIP IN THE AIR. 135
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: OPEN 2000 Diary: WRITING BACK. 98
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: OPEN: FIRST ROUND SCORES. 428
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: Splash hit Notah as he follows the Van man. Spink, Alex 562
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: TIGER HAS TO ERN HIS STRIPES; Slow Woods is overtaken on Els' Route 66. Garside, Kevin 531
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: TIGER HAS TO ERN HIS STRIPES; Slow Woods overtaken by Els' Route 66. Garside, Kevin 532
Golf: ST ANDREWS 2000: DAY ONE: TIGER SHOOTS FOR WONDERLAND; In the hunt, but Woods remains far from happy. Golf, Tony Stenson: 856
Gun trap farmer is freed. Daniels, Bill 134
Gun trap man free. Daniels, Bill 103
HARRY POTTER ARTIST SUES OVER LOST COVER; He snubs pounds 10,000 out-of-court offer. Jones, Gary 382
Hat stuff Avril smiles ahead in style stakes. Murphy, Murt 106
HELL CENTRES; Workers must endure substandard offices, a working environment and management style not fit for human beings. Collins, Claire 850
HOLD DR DEATH PROBE IN PUBLIC, SAY JUDGES. Shaw, Adrian 214
HOLD SHIPMAN PROBE IN PUBLIC, SAY JUDGES. Shaw, Adrian 209
I regret my affair deeply. How did my wife forgive me? I don't think she has yet; THE REAL REAL ME Paul Ross reveals all to NINA MYSKOW. Myskow, Nina 2166
I would never have hired Stephen if I had known he was gay; BOYZONE MANAGER LOUIS' SHOCK REVELATIONS. Leslie, Neil 709
I'VE WAITED 47 YEARS TO PROVE I WAS NO KILLER; Appeal joy for murder rap airman. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 535
Interview: Major Andrew Harrison - Every time I took a beating I'd just smile .. and talk about my wife and my girls; BRAVERY OF THE EMAIL MAJOR. Raymond, Clare 1701
It's the Cherie and Cilla show. Tait, James 337
IT'S THE JAIL. Tait, James 139
It's the litter of the law. Nuwar, Sara 91
IT'S WAR-MART; Stores battle looms as US giant slashes prices. Consumer, Tracey Harrison 551
ITC YOU IN COURT; Watchdog lays down law to ITV over News At Ten. Methven, Nicola 324
JAMBUSTER; But Boyack blocks Scottish A1 upgrade. Cameron, Stuart 385
Jennifer and Brad set to marry next week; pounds 120,000 WEDDING IN MALIBU. Roberts, Joe 183
JENNIFER AND BRAD TO MARRY. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 180
Jet tourist 'not drunk'. 113
Jet tourist not drunk. 117
JOHN'S OLD PALS' ACT. Varley, Declan 98
Jonathan Davies Column: How on earth can Boks stop the super All Blacks? Davies, Jonathan 728
Jonathan Davies Column: JOE PLANS KNOCKOUT NIGHT. Davies, Jonathan 206
MAD FOR MUD; PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Pregnant star enjoys holiday water frolics. Callan, Jessica 378
Massacre dad found. 88
Matt Kelly internet column: Kelly's i. Kelly, Matt 450
MAZE PRISON TO CLOSE THIS YEAR. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 135
MEDIC IN SUICIDE OVER SACKING. Servini, Nick 344
MORE OF US SAY 'I DO'. Tait, James 179
MOTORSPORT: Eddie ready for German action. Macauley, Ted 192
Music CD releases: Out this week ALBUMS. Wallace, Richard 276
Music: Go plastic Steptastic. Quinn, Thomas 238
Music: GOING MAD' FOR IT; Girl power is still alive and kicking, thanks to Madasun. Paramor, Jordan 603
My shed door is art work. Court, Chris 123
NET CLOSES ON SARAH KILLER AS SHOE FOUND; Search for fibres from brute's clothes. Arnold, Harry; North, Nic 420
Nevin transfer was just 'admin' LICENCE INQUIRY. Tallant, Nicola 99
NEW COMEDY SHOW TOO HOT TO HANDLE FOR RTE; Chiefs snub Fr Ted writer. Leslie, Neil 330
Only 27% still smoke. 106
Patsy's lover on drug rap; EXCLUSIVE. Scott, James 122
Pensions safeguard. Hardy, James 89
Plaid MP votes for early hol. Servini, Nick 234
PLAN TO PROTECT TENANTS. Lee, John 246
POLICE BACK IN FASHION; RUC to ditch old uniform for trendy new look in bid to give new Northern Ireland police a softer image. Beattie, Jilly 678
POMPOUSOAF; What can you make with these letters, David? Mellor, James 251
pounds 1.8m FOR SOLDIER SHOT BY HIS OWN SIDE; Trooper crippled in accident. Foxe, Ken 306
pounds 20 FIRE FEAR MUM OF 3; K. Kelleher, Lynne 215
pounds 300m FOR ECSTASY ON MILLENNIUM EVE. Chief, Jeff Edwards 197
pounds 45,000 FOR WAR PRE-FAB. 86
PRESCOTT CASH SET FOR WALES; Bonanza to ease road and rail misery. Lamport, Jason 381
PREZZA'S TRANSPORT TONIC: JOHN JAMBUSTER; pounds 180bn boost to get Britain moving again. Morris, Nigel 723
PREZZA'S TRANSPORT TONIC: LOCAL pounds 58.9bn. 129
PREZZA'S TRANSPORT TONIC: LONDON pounds 25.3bn. 139
PREZZA'S TRANSPORT TONIC: MAIN ROADS pounds 21.3bn. 158
PREZZA'S TRANSPORT TONIC: TRAINS pounds 60.4bn. 145
Quentin Willson's motoring column: 1899 Decauville Voiturette has had one owner for the last 101 years. Willson, Quentin 80
Quentin Willson's motoring column: Bargains have got the lot. Willson, Quentin 138
Quentin Willson's motoring column: GREAT DAE AT FORD.. Willson, Quentin 184
Quentin Willson's motoring column: RED FOR DANGER. Willson, Quentin 95
Quentin Willson's motoring column: The lap of Lexury; AND IT WILL ONLY COST YOU pounds 6,000. Willson, Quentin 414
Racing: COCHRANE RIDES AGAIN. Fawcus, Charles 244
Racing: Craig Williams banned for whip abuse. 185
Ray 'tipped us off on TV cuts' FLOOD TRIBUNAL. 104
Rebel council votes to ban gay publicity. 113
ROAD RAGE OLD MAN IN A VAN IS GUILTY; `I have no recollection and I'm very sorry,' he tells judge. Lamport, Jason 614
Romanian 'gang' held. 90
Routledge: BLUNKERS TRYS A HARD CELL. Routledge, Paul 142
Routledge: Put the world to rights, Clare; SHORT'S SHARP AND SHOCKING. Routledge, Paul 427
Routledge: Robin Cook faces European Court of Human Rights case. Routledge, Paul 207
Routledge: SHADOW IS SUCH A SADDO. Routledge, Paul 207
RUFF JUSTICE AS TOP DOG IS COLLARED; IT'S CANINE CAPERS AS ONE POOCH IS FOUND USING HAIRSPRAY - AND A LOOPY LAMB THINKS HE'S A FAMILY DOG Hairspray leads Oscar to ruin. Nuwar, Sara 394
Rugby Union: Howarth clash off. Stephens, Hugh 141
Rugby Union: Scott's in charge at Scarlets. Wade, Ben 199
Sailor lost in Atlantic. Mooney, Ann 110
SAVED; Mirror helps charity Diana loved to give heart girl a new life. Medical, Jill Palmer 300
SCOT ON DEATHS RAP FOR ITALIAN HOLIDAY BOATING HORROR; Dad who tried to save family faces court ordeal. Mellor, James 411
SHAME OFOUR CHILD DRUNKS; Kids of 9 on the booze. O'Connor, Margaret 810
Sleep dad killed son. 97
Sleeping dad killed his baby; BABY SMOTHERED TO DEATH BY DAD. Roberts, Joe 285
Sorry, Ian but your look is out; LAST NIGHT'S VIEW. Purnell, Tony 331
Sorted: Forced to come clean. Penman, Andrew; Greenwood, Michael 96
Sorted: Free holiday call that costas you a fortune; 'WINNERS' ARE LOSERS IN BIG PHONE SCAM. Penman, Andrew; Greenwood, Michael 425
Sorted: GIVE US RIP-OFF TIP-OFF. Penman, Andrew; Greenwood, Michael 158
STALKER GUILTY OF NEW TERROR. Servini, Nick 368
Starling: Are the wires crossed at BBC Wales? Starling, Paul 136
Starling: Plaid's idea of free will cost a packet. Starling, Paul 189
Starling: time to go back to the future, tony. Starling, Paul 660
Straw gets court rap. Daniels, Bill 96
STRAW'S JAG IS STOPPED FOR SPEEDING AT 103MPH; Embarrassment as driver faces ban. Dunn, Tom Newton; Hardy, James 184
Teachers' pay move. Education, Richard Garner 85
Terror of holiday jet flight. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 200
The Cilla and Cherie laughter show. 143
Theatre: Overall, Julie's amazing. Purnell, Tony 161
Tiger tailed by favourite ladies. Collins, Claire; Tibbets, Graham 179
TOT KILLED BY ROAD SWEEPER. Mellor, James 185
Tot threat thug terror. 114
Tragic mum's booze death. Lamport, Jason 461
UK can't send back Gallagher. Tallant, Nicola 215
Videos: Best of the rest.. Mellor, Jessica 228
Videos: DVD Recommendations.. Mellor, Jessica 272
Videos: The first cut is the creepiest; Johnny Depp teams up with Tim Burton to produce a spooky, scary, murderous tale set in the 18th century. Mellor, Jessica 471
VIEWERS: I'LL HAVE A JEWEL PLEASE CAROL. Foxe, Ken 166
Voice Of The Mirror: Billions that will bring us up to speed. 209
Voice Of The Mirror: Euro hero. 139
Warped and wicked, they laugh about their crimes. We can't cure them so we must jail them ..until they die; THE TRUTH ABOUT PAEDOPHILES: A PRISON OFFICER RESPONDS TO BRIAN READE'S HARD-HITTING VIEW. 1058
Wembley flags sale. Nettleton, Philip 148
WHO'S SLURRY NOW? Mcgurran, Aidan 157
Work risk for young. Worthington, Simon 134
Worker in volt fireball. 87

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