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By MIKE LITTWIN | September 18, 1992
One theory has it that the universe is constantly expanding, which would explain Paul Prudhomme, the gun-slinging gourmet.But not the NFL.Definitely not the NFL.The NFL stays the same size -- now, and unless I'm wrong, forever.I mean you don't believe these guys when they say this latest delay may be hardly a delay at all, do you?Sure, they'll expand soon. If certain conditions can be met. If it is discovered that Paul Tagliabue was really the fifth Beatle. If you can say Bundesbank without smiling.
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By JODY K. VILSCHICK | December 25, 2005
Last week, I asked for your New Year's resolutions. Most of the resolutions I received were much more selfless than mine: I've resolved to slow down - again - to avoid a repeat of the speeding ticket I received in February. Jeff Gardner also acknowledged having an ulterior motive: high gas prices, which have changed the way he drives. "I have slowed down and stayed within 5 mph of the speed limit," he said. "I guess I should resolve to be more patient while I am driving. Try not to let the ill-advised moves of others bother me. And to give myself more time to get where I am going."
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By ROGER SIMON | July 12, 1995
It is the war we cannot forget. It is the war we do not wish to be reminded of.It is the war that ended 20 years ago. It is the war over which our citizens still fight.It is that most unusual of things in our national history and occupies that most unusual of places in our national psyche: A war we actually lost.And that is why we have punished Vietnam for so many year with our economic and diplomatic boycotts.A nation uncommonly gracious in victory, the United States has been mean-spirited in defeat.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | March 19, 1997
Broad legislation that could fundamentally change the balance of power between health maintenance organizations and their members appears to be gaining momentum in the Maryland General Assembly.The most significant proposal would give patients an avenue outside the insurer's internal appeals process to challenge decisions denying them coverage for medical procedures.According to legislators and a leading industry lobbyist, it is also the most likely to pass.The measure would set up a grievance and appeal process that would give patients the option of taking their complaints to the state insurance commissioner to be resolved.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,jennifer.mcmenamin@baltsun.com | October 13, 2008
In the past week, the Eutsler family has celebrated a year's worth of holidays. They decorated a Christmas tree, nestled Easter eggs in their garden and cooked a full Thanksgiving feast. They hung decorations for Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day alongside birthday banners. And the boys - ages 3 and 5 - gave their dad a present for each occasion they were celebrating. "I wanted Jeff to have every holiday he'll miss," Lori Eutsler said tearfully. "We crammed a lot into one week." Her husband, Jeff Eutsler, is a captain in the Army Reserve's 1398th Deployment Support Brigade - a transportation unit that left yesterday for a month of training in Indiana before beginning a yearlong deployment to Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | September 6, 1992
Rift between owners, commissioner will be resolved -- in 0) 1994Just what baseball needs, a hostage crisis.Commissioner Fay Vincent is holed up in his office on Park Avenue, waiting out his term while 18 of the 28 major-league owners bark angrily at his door.Who's right? Shouldn't Vincent's employers have the right to remove him if he is not performing to their satisfaction? Shouldn't Vincent be accountable to someone when he summons his best-interests-of-baseball powers and makes some sweeping decision that could affect the game for generations?
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By WILEY A. HALL | February 21, 1995
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People remains millions of dollars in debt. An accountant's report, expected to document how some former leaders lived like kings at members' expense, is still pending. And the central question has yet to be resolved -- can the oldest and most revered civil rights organization in the nation prove itself relevant in today's world?So, let's not celebrate the resurrection of the NAACP just yet. The group's 64-member governing board took a painful yet necessary first step toward rebuilding its credibility Saturday, when it voted to replace its embattled chairman with Myrlie B. Evers-Williams, the widow of Medgar Evers, an NAACP organizer who was murdered in 1963.
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By BARRY RASCOVAR | June 9, 1991
What in the world is happening in Maryland's State House? Did they change the brand of bottled water or clean the ventilation ducts?Sanity, of all things, has suddenly descended on the state capital. Cooperation has replaced confrontation. Deep wounds are beginning to heal -- slowly. Gov. William Donald Schaefer has emerged from a dreadful seven-month funk. The bitter winter-spring hostilities have ended.House Speaker R. Clayton Mitchell last week decided to stop playing autocrat; Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller suspended his war of words with the governor, and Mr. Schaefer left on Friday for the Far East with a slight smile on his face.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | October 12, 1993
Orioles manager Johnny Oates has yet to get the ultimate vote of confidence from the team's new ownership group, but he has gotten the good managing seal of approval from his peers.The Sporting News will announce today that Oates was voted American League Manager of the Year in a late-season poll of the league's 14 managers. The actual vote count will not be released until today, but Oates narrowly out-polled New York Yankees manager Buck Showalter to win an award that can only help his uncertain contract situation.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2014
A day after he was indicted on charges of third-degree aggravated assault for allegedly knocking his fiancée unconscious, Ravens running back Ray Rice and Janay Palmer got married. Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith said today that he visited Rice and Palmer after Friday's ceremony and they are "in a good place. " "Everyone knows that we're tight. I'm tight with Ray, I'm tight with Janay. He is like a brother to me and she's like a sister to me and my wife as well," Smith said at his charity basketball game.
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