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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1991
I have just finished reading your report on year-round schooling (Metro, April 3). I greatly appreciated it for I found it very enlightening. Your article explained the purpose of a single-track year-round schooling. With this system, students will have two major mental breaks and less knowledge will be forgotten over the shorter vacations.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1991
I have just finished reading your report on year-round schooling (Metro, April 3). I greatly appreciated it for I found it very enlightening. Your article explained the purpose of a single-track year-round schooling. With this system, students will have two major mental breaks and less knowledge will be forgotten over the shorter vacations.
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July 1, 1990 | KAREN STABINER
This is the most seductive kind of self-help book, because it talks about a shared secret, daydreaming, that as yet hasn't been exploited to death on the afternoon TV talk shows. We all daydream--and, given the amount of time Angelenos spend trapped on one roadway or another, we probably have more time to do it than most people.
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July 1, 1990 | KAREN STABINER
This is the most seductive kind of self-help book, because it talks about a shared secret, daydreaming, that as yet hasn't been exploited to death on the afternoon TV talk shows. We all daydream--and, given the amount of time Angelenos spend trapped on one roadway or another, we probably have more time to do it than most people.
NEWS
September 4, 1987 | Associated Press
What's on a college student's mind right now? Probably other people or a task at hand rather than sex, a new study suggests. When researchers sampled the immediate thoughts of 39 college students and five older people through the day, they found that more than 27% of the thoughts concerned other people while only 1% concerned sex.
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March 7, 1995 | SHARI ROAN, TIMES HEALTH WRITER
A 4-year-old to her mother: "Mom, do you believe in God?" "I'm not sure if I do." "Well, does Daddy believe in God?" "No, Daddy does not believe in God." "Not even at night?" * Even at the tender age of 4, we all know there is something very different about the night. It has something to do with the settling darkness. But there is more to it. For many people, problems--both physical and emotional--seem worse at night.
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