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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 13, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hawai'i Briefs
 •  War news boosts market
 •  Symphony made more moving by Sept. 11 events

Local News
 •  Waikiki condemnation for Outrigger opposed
 •  Veterans Day parade draws 5,000
 •  Stinging creatures shut beach
 •  Navy to test wave power
 •  City erects memorial to Sept. 11 victims
 •  Filipinos determined to fulfill obligations
 •  Drive Time
Psychology at work on Pali
 •  Lee Cataluna
Making sense of kind acts
Police Beat
Hawai'i Briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Maui memorial impresses veterans
Kealia plots for sale despite county fight
 •  Obituaries
Robert Cushing, ex-UH leader
Steven Taussig, former Dole 'pineapple scientist'

 •  WAC to Jones: Hush
 •  Moloka'i's Rawlins says he'll sign with Rainbows
 •  Willoughby leads UH in WAC honors
 •  High schools
Waimea has won 10 consecutive Kaua'i titles
 •  State football capsules
 •  Lutheran seeking coaches
 •  Weekly Honors
 •  Kailua, Waiakea might battle in mud
 •  Ferd Lewis
McGwire knew when to say when
 •  Advertiser's top 10 football poll
 •  Grand Sumo Tournament
At Fukuoka, Japan: Day 3 highlights
 •  Isle File
Tanakas honored by USTA/Hawai'i
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Harry Potter
Fans all ages identify with lives of Potter characters
 •  Hip, hip, Harry!
 •  Not everyone cares for series
 •  'Potter' film raises little local ballyhoo
 •  Other features
'Synergy Day' begins with song in Hawai'i
 •  The Left Lane
The original 'Rainbow'
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Impact of crash weighed
 •  2 O'ahu hotels lose some luster
 •  Las Vegas resort aims for younger crowd
 •  Ex-Apple executive to speak tonight
 •  Tourism Talk
Flight 587 disaster deals blow to fragile American psyche

 •  Mediation could be way to solve Wa'ahila
 •  School repair backlog becomes call to action
 •  Island Voices
Jones Act must be rescinded
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Xbox, GameCube square off
 •  Bytemarks
Go online to clobber bin Laden
 •  Q&A
Deleted e-mail may remain visible to boss
 •  Tech Toys
 •  New law cites hackers as terrorists