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  1. Job Titles and Descriptions (O-Net)
      Provides a comprehensive directory of occupations. Describes the skills, abilities, and experience needed for each position, as well as providing examples. (Please Note - These are descriptions of occupations, not listings of jobs available from specific employers.) The primary purpose of the directory is to help a person determine a field to enter as an occupation. 6-03

  2. Serena Williams Holds Four Grand Slam Titles at Once (
      "The win means Williams holds all four Grand Slam titles at once — completing the second “Serena Slam” of her career. What’s more, she secured the third leg of a calendar-year Grand Slam and, if she wins the U.S. Open, will become the first player to sweep all four majors in the same season since Steffi Graf in 1988."

      "Williams, winning her 28th straight Grand Slam match, is now just one major title behind Graf on the Open era list and two behind all-time leader Margaret Court Smith." 07-15

  3. -Titles of Books (Amazon Books) star
      Provides one of the largest listings of books on the Internet.

  4. -Dictionary of Occupational Titles (U.S. Department of Labor)
      Includes salaries, nature of the work, working conditions, qualifications, job description, job outlook, and other important information about many jobs available within the USA. The Department of Labor plans to replace this resource with the O*Net, available elsewhere on this page.

  5. Job Titles and Descriptions (O-Net)
      Provides a comprehensive directory of occupations. Describes the skills, abilities, and experience needed for each position, as well as providing examples. (Please Note - These are descriptions of occupations, not listings of jobs available from specific employers.) The primary purpose of the directory is to help a person determine a field to enter as an occupation. 6-03

  6. Titles of Books (
      Provides prices of books from 55 online bookstores. 1-04

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  8. Anime - Parent's Guide (Anime Cafe)
      Provides definitions to the ratings for anime and reviews specific popular titles. 3-00

  9. U.S. and Britain Provided Fake Evidence of Nuclear Efforts by Iraq (United Press International)
      "Some evidence linking Iraq to a nuclear weapons program appears to have been fabricated, the Washington Post reported Saturday. The faked evidence was described as a series of letters between Iraqi agents and officials in Niger."

      "The correspondence was deemed 'not authentic' after careful scrutiny by U.N. and independent experts, Mohamed ElBaradei, director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told the U.N. Security Council."

      "The documents had been given to the U.N. inspectors by Britain and reviewed extensively by U.S. intelligence. The forgers had made relatively crude errors that eventually gave them away -- including names and titles that did not match up with the individuals who held office at the time the letters were purportedly written, the Post report said."

      " 'We fell for it,' said one U.S. official who reviewed the documents." 3-03

  10. 07-06-03 Serena Wins Wimbledon (CBS News)
      "With the victory, however hollow, top-ranked Serena Williams has won five of the past six Grand Slam titles, giving her six career major titles. She has beaten her sister six times in a row, with the past five wins in Grand Slam finals, including two at Wimbledon." 7-03

  11. -06-05-05 Teen Nadal Wins French Open (USA Today)
      "Rafael Nadal's first Grand Slam final will be remembered for the magnificent tiebreaker he lost, the set points he saved and the title he won."

      "No. 4-seeded Nadal overcame three set points in the final set and became the youngest men's Grand Slam champion since Michael Chang won the French Open in 1989 at age 17. Nadal's the first man to win the French Open on his initial try since Mats Wilander, who claimed the first of his seven Grand Slam titles at Roland Garros in 1982." 6-05

  12. Movie Information (
      Provides a list movie titles (and additional information) by year, by location, by co-star, by quotations (dialogue) in the movie, most popular movies by type, and more.

  13. Blu-Ray Introduces New Technology (
      "Samsung today announced that the industry's first Blu-ray player has been shipped to retailers in the U.S. market for availability on June 25th. The Samsung BD-P1000 plays Blu-ray software titles at the highest resolution available via a native 1080p HDMI output for films digitally mastered in 1920×1080p. The BD-P1000 also up-converts conventional DVDs to 1080p through the HDMI digital interface so the picture quality of any traditional DVD will look noticeably more detailed when used with the disc player. The BD-P1000 is backwards compatible and plays both standard DVDs and CDs in addition to supporting all DVD formats including, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+RW, and DVD+R." 06-06

  14. Nadal, Rafael (
      "Rafael "Rafa" Nadal Parera (IPA: [rafa'el na'đal]) (born June 3, 1986, in Manacor, Mallorca) is a top Spanish professional tennis player. As of June 2007, he is ranked No.2 in the world. He is a three time Grand Slam champion, having won three consecutive French Open singles titles (2005-07)." 07-07

  15. Evans, Janet (
      "In 1987, she broke the world records in the 400-, 800- and 1,500-meter freestyle events. At the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, she won three gold medals. In the games, she set a new world record in the 400-meter freestyle event; this record would hold for 18 years until Laure Manaudou broke it in May 2006. Until June 2007 Evans held the 1,500 meters record (set in March of 1988) when it was broken by Kate Ziegler with a time of 15:42.54. Evans holds the current world record in the 800 meters (set in August of 1989). The 800 record is one of the longest standing ever in the sport of swimming, lasting through four Olympic Games. Only the 100 m freestyle record of the dutch swimmer Willy den Ouden stood longer (1936 - 1956)."

      "Janet Evans was named the 1989 recipient of the James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the United States."

      "Following her 1988 performance, Evans continued to dominate the American and world distance scene. She became the first woman ever to win back-to-back Olympic and World Championship titles in any event, taking the 1988 and 1992 Olympic titles and the 1991 and 1994 World titles in the 800 m freestyle."

      "She won the 400 m and 800 m free at the U.S. National Championships 12 times each, the most national titles in one event by any swimmer in the 100-year history of the event. 08-07

  16. -06-07-09 Federer Earns Historic French Open Title (NBC News)
      On his fourth try in a Paris final, Federer became the sixth man to win all four Grand Slam championships."

      " 'Now the question is: Am I the greatest of all time?' Federer said. 'We don't know, but I definitely have many things going for me because I've finally won all four Grand Slams, and I'm particularly happy reaching Pete's 14 [major titles].' "

      "Sampras said Federer deserves to be at the top of the all-time list." 06-09

  17. Federer Wins Historic 15th Grand Slam (New York Times)
      "Federer roared and walked to the net all alone in the history books after breaking his tie with Pete Sampras, who is now second on the career list with 14 major singles titles." 07-09

  18. What Is a Book? (
      "First, there's the "How low can you go?" story. In the latest chapter, superstore Wal-Mart recently announced it will sell popular hardbacks online for just $8.98, after offering the titles at low prices which Target, another big-box store, quickly matched. Those are well below the typical retail price, which can reach $25 or more." 11-09

  19. Seve Ballesteros Dead at 54 (MSNBC News)
      "Spanish golfer Seve Ballesteros has died after a deterioration in his condition, having undergone treatment for a brain tumor in 2008, the Spanish television channel TVE said on Saturday."

      "Seve Ballesteros, winner of five major titles and 50 European tour titles, had a spirit so fierce that many considered him the most important figure in European golf history." 05-11

  20. Shaquille O'Neal (CNN News)
      "NBA star Shaquille O'Neal appears ready to hang up his size 23 basketball shoes after one of the most dominant careers at his position in league history."

      "O'Neal, a 7-foot-1-inch center, won four NBA titles in a 19-year career. He is fifth on the NBA’s all-time career scoring list with 28,596 points - short of only Hall of Famers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Karl Malone, Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain - and 12th on the league’s all time rebounding list, with 13,099." 05-11

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