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June 3, 1995 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As far as Makhbube Ashurova is concerned, it was emancipation that sent her mother to an early grave. The 20-year-old teaching student recalls a woman who rose before the sun to prepare the day's bread for her husband and seven children, then tended a courtyard garden before setting off for the factory to do her part in the Soviet drive for industrial prowess. At night, Ashurova recalls, her mother cooked, fed the children, then served her husband, his parents and his friends.
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June 3, 1995 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As far as Makhbube Ashurova is concerned, it was emancipation that sent her mother to an early grave. The 20-year-old teaching student recalls a woman who rose before the sun to prepare the day's bread for her husband and seven children, then tended a courtyard garden before setting off for the factory to do her part in the Soviet drive for industrial prowess. At night, Ashurova recalls, her mother cooked, fed the children, then served her husband, his parents and his friends.
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December 14, 2001
When--Today and Saturday. Where--Kitchener Memorial Auditorium, Kitchener, Canada. Who--Yoshie Onda of Japan, Irina Slutskaya and Maria Butyrskaya of Russia, Michelle Kwan and Sarah Hughes of the U.S. and Tatiana Malinina of Uzbekistan in women's singles. Ivan Dinev of Bulgaria, Takeshi Honda of Japan, Evgeni Plushenko and Alexei Yagudin of Russia, and Todd Eldredge of the U.S. in men's singles.
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October 5, 2007 | Jaime Cárdenas, ; From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Jesper Parnevik shot a career-best nine-under-par 61 on Thursday to take a four-stroke lead after the first round of the Texas Open at San Antonio. Parnevik's 61 topped his previous PGA Tour best of 62, set last year in a second-place finish in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Major champions Justin Leonard -- the 2000 and 2001 Texas Open winner -- and Bob Tway were among 10 players at 65.
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