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By JAY HANCOCK | January 7, 2004
Dear Mr. Greenspan: As your personal coach I must tell you: You're getting whiny. I know, I know. You're still angry that people blame you for the 1990s bubble and the 2000-2002 stock crash. Get over it. Or at least do a better job of hiding it. We've heard your excuses - what? - three, four times. And they're pretty good excuses. But you're repeating yourself, Mr. Chairman. We know you were focused on inflation, not stock bubbles. We know you don't think bubbles can be identified until after they pop. We know you'd rather mop up post-bubble trouble than try to prevent it and perhaps trigger a premature recession.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - The Orioles introduced South Korean pitcher Suk-min Yoon to the media on Tuesday afternoon at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex. Yoon was flanked  by Orioles manager Buck Showalter, executive vice president Dan Duquette and his agent Tad Yo, who served as his interpreter. Here is a transcript of what Yoon had to say: On how familiar he is with the Orioles: “I know about Cal Ripken, Jr. having the longest per game streak, continuously. I knows about that.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | December 22, 1991
Transcripts of interviews with firefighters and the women with whom they are accused of having on-duty sex indicate the illicit activity was more widespread than Annapolis officials had publicly divulged.City officials said they only charged the public safety officials -- five city firefighters and two city police officers -- where corroborating evidence could be found.But the transcripts released indicate that as many as nine firefighters may have been involved in on-duty sex four or five years ago, and some incidents may have occurred more recently.
SPORTS
June 5, 2013
THE PRESIDENT:  Hello, everybody!  Welcome to the White House.  (Applause.)  And welcome to the Super Bowl Champion -- world champion -- Baltimore Ravens.  (Applause.)  Everybody can have a seat.  That's why we set up chairs.  (Laughter.)        Now, I suspect that these guys are wondering, what kind of introduction is that?  No smoke machine.  (Laughter.)  No fire cannons.  Obama didn't even tear up chunks of turf and rub them on his suit.  (Laughter.)  That reminds me, by the way -- please don't do that on the South Lawn.  (Laughter.)
NEWS
By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Staff Writer | July 21, 1993
Residents hoping to save time and money on their appeal of the protracted Waverly Woods zoning case cannot do it by transcribing the testimony themselves, Howard Circuit Court Judge Cornelius F. Sybert Jr. has ruled.Jean Iampieri Quattlebaum, Peter Burdette and Robert Donohue, who are appealing the Waverly case on behalf of a group called Citizens Allied for Rational Expansion, had wanted a person of their choosing to do the transcript.The county contended before Judge Sybert on July 2 that only Zoning Board clerk Robin Regner or her designate can do the transcribing -- an after-hours labor Ms. Regner estimated would cost about $10,000.
BUSINESS
October 17, 2004
Punch up: www.highbeam.com Why it clicks: Once a quarter, corporate executives give a public overview of their company's performance and prospects during a conference call with stock analysts. Listening to those calls can be a tedious and time-consuming exercise for even the most dedicated investor. But there is an easier alternative: Read the call transcript instead. The download: Some companies generously post transcripts on their own Web sites, typically within a week or two after the conference call is held.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | May 18, 1993
Opponents of the massive Waverly Woods II development are again crying foul over county zoning procedures -- this time over the $10,000 cost of hearing transcripts needed for two pending court appeals.Residents of the Marriottsville and Woodstock areas near the 682-acre development filed two lawsuits May 3 appealing the March 22 Zoning Board decision that changed rural, one-home-per-three-acres zoning to a mix of commercial and more dense residential zoning.To appeal, they must have 16 hearings transcribed, a job that the Zoning Board's administrative assistant, Robin Regner, estimates will cost $10,000 at $4.50 a page.
NEWS
By Stephanie Hanes and Stephanie Hanes,SUN STAFF | November 9, 2004
As prosecutors were decrying defense lawyers' efforts to bring politics into Nathan A. Chapman's fraud trial this summer, they were working privately to introduce their own evidence of political intrigue involving the Baltimore businessman. According to previously sealed transcripts of the trial's bench conferences released yesterday, the government asked U.S. District Judge William D. Quarles Jr. to let them tell jurors about Chapman's connections with Ronald White -- the Philadelphia lawyer who was indicted on corruption charges along with the former Philadelphia city treasurer.
NEWS
By Gerard Shields and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1999
Mayoral candidate Mary W. Conaway refused yesterday to release her college transcripts to resolve questions over how she attended a Washington seminary full time while working as register of wills.Conaway, 56, received a master of divinity degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, which she attended full time from 1988 to 1991.First elected register of wills in 1982, Conaway said she completed the courses at night and on weekends at the school, which is an hour from her downtown Baltimore office.
NEWS
By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | March 2, 1998
Of the 26,177 words spoken during the opening statements of Ruthann Aron's lawyer and the subsequent questioning of two witnesses, "hit man" was used 11 times.Two seconds after the words left attorney Barry Helfand's lips for the first time, they appeared on the screens of five laptop computers in the Montgomery County courtroom. A minute after that, the words were on a piece of paper in Helfand's hands.Real-time transcription in Aron's murder-for-hire trial has captivated lawyers, courtroom staff and the presiding judge, Paul McGuckian, a first-time user.
NEWS
May 24, 2013
Hello, Midshipmen! (Applause.) Well, thank you, Governor O'Malley, for your kind introduction and the great support that Maryland gives this Academy. To Secretary Mabus, Admiral Greenert, General Paxton -- thank you all for your incredible leadership of our extraordinary Navy and Marine Corps teams. To Vice Admiral Miller, thank you for the outstanding work that you do. To Captain Clark and all the faculty and staff; to the moms and dads who raised your sons and daughters to seek this life of service; to the local sponsor families who cared for them far from home; the members of the Class of 1963 -- veterans who've guided these midshipmen along the way -- today is also a tribute to your support and your patriotism.
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2013
A group of journalists and freedom of information campaigners are suing in federal court in Baltimore to get greater access to proceedings in the military trial of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning who is accused of leaking thousands of classified documents. The suit was brought by Julian Assange, the organizer behind WikiLeaks, Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald, The Nation opinion journal and other organizations. It asks for access to filings in the case, orders of the court and transcripts or audio recordings of the proceedings.
FEATURES
February 5, 2013
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SPORTS
December 4, 2012
A transcript of Buck Showalter's news conference Tuesday afternoon at the winter meetings in Nashville, Tenn (provided by ASAP Sports):   Q. Buck, is it any more special having the winter meetings here in Nashville?  Obviously, a place you spent a lot of time. BUCK SHOWALTER:  I spent a lot of time.  Most people don't stay in AA that long. I didn't mean it that way.  Someone said, you're the all time career hits in Nashville.  Yeah, I was here for 20 years playing in AA. No, it's a great city.  Met my wife here.  That's probably the greatest thing.  Spent some off¿seasons here working to make ends meet.  A lot of memories.  A lot of memories.
SPORTS
September 29, 2012
Following is a transcript of Brooks Robinson's speech at his sculpture unveiling ceremony Saturday at Camden Yards. “Thank you, thank you, and I promise you, this will be the last 'thank you' of my career. I know Paul Blair, the last six or seven years we played together would always say, 'Well, when's your next Brooks Robinson day?' This is it Pauly, you don't have to do that anymore. Thank you very much. And I just want to say to all of you fans here, I don't like to call you fans, I like to call you friends.
SPORTS
September 6, 2012
[Following is a transcript of Cal Ripken Jr.'s speech at his sculpture unveiling ceremony Thursday at Camden Yards. ] Thank you, thank you. Just for the record, just because you stood up and clapped, I'm not taking a lap around the ball park again. Those days are over, thank you. In the beginning, I wasn't sure what to expect from these bronze statue ceremonies. Sure these statues are for pretty good Oriolesbaseball players, but at the same time a familiar kind of Orioles magic started to appear, the magic of the Oriole Way. A deep-rooted connection developed over generations, made up of people who dedicated their lives to baseball in Baltimore.
NEWS
By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF | June 4, 1998
Seeking a stronger link between high school and the rest of students' lives, the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education urging businesses to require high school transcripts as part of their hiring processes. "For students, we are sending the message that what you do in school counts that getting by is not good enough and that attendance and punctuality really do count," said June E. Streckfus, the group's executive director. The program, Achievement Counts, was to be announced today at the business roundtable's annual meeting.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | September 1, 1999
Maryland's ninth-graders will begin hearing about the importance of grades and attendance from a new source this fall: successful young business people."
NEWS
July 20, 2012
The Sun's "Many unhappy returns?" (July 19) editorial is true to the way you (and the majority of the media) operate. If there is something potentially embarrassing to the right, it must come to light. If there is something potentially embarrassing to the left, it must be kept under a rock. If you are calling for Mitt Romney to release his tax returns, you are asking him to provide information to the left to back up their case that he is rich (which he is) and has likely used legal methods to minimize his taxes.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2012
As Maryland State Police disbanded an anti-abortion rally along a crowded road near the center of Bel Air, a sergeant told a colleague that the 18 arrested protesters could "sit in a cell for an hour ... and two or three or four and rot. " The same trooper, during another conversation from the Bel Air barracks, said of the group holding signs depicting gruesome images of aborted fetuses, "I am about ready to tell them to get the hell out of this...
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