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Dental implants take the flop out of denture wearing

<TAB>Dr. Edward Leventhal knows all too well just how unkind the aging process can be.<@SM><@SM><TAB>The Baltimore dentist remembers one patient, a woman, who hobbled into his office supported by a cane. She was seeking a better way to secure her dentures

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‘A Film By…’; Hollywood writers, directors spar over a credit line

<br /><br />Bylines could lead to picket lines in Hollywood this year.<br /><br />Contract talks for the Writers Guild of America entered their second week Monday, and the question of how screenwriters and directors are credited has emerged as a central one.

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Advertisers competed to keep Super Bowl XXXV viewers’ attention

<br /><br />Advertisers who had spent record sums for commercials got little help from the football field in keeping Super Bowl viewers watching.<br /><br />The Baltimore Ravens crushed the New York Giants 34-7 on Sunday in what many had expected would be a low-scoring match-up unresolved until the last minutes. But it was all but over before the third quarter ended.

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Legis sked

1/28/1 1:29 PM Inches: 69.3 REGULAR BC_MD_XGR_CalendarAhead_01-28 3044<B>BC-MD--XGR-Calendar Ahead,3101<P><br /><br />ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) Ñ Committees of the Maryland General Assembly have scheduled the following hearings for next week:

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Legislative schedule, week of Jan. 29

ANNAPOLIS (AP) - Committees of the Maryland General Assembly have scheduled the following hearings for this week:<br /><br /><b><u>Monday, Jan. 29<br /><br />SENATE</u><br /><br />EXECUTIVE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE</b><br /><br />5 P.M., 2 East, Miller Senate Building.

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NEWS SUMMARY- Updated 10:25 A.M.

Updated items in italics.First American aquires CMSIThe First American Corp., a provider of business information and related products and services, and Annapolis Junction-based Credit Management Solutions, Inc., a premier technology provider of credit automation software and services, jointly announced today ...

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NYSE goes totally decimal — finally

Fractions are no longer welcome on the New York Stock Exchange.<br /><br />Starting Monday, the exchange will trade all its stocks in decimals, the last step in a government-mandated move that has been planned for three years.<br /><br />Nearly 3,400 stocks that until now have been traded in halves, quarters, eighths and sixteenths are due to be switched when trading begins Monday. Exchange officals aren’t too nervous — they’ve had some practice, with 159 issues already trading in decimals as part of a pilot program that began last summer.

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