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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 17, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Cockfight argument kills one man, injures another

Local News
 •  The September 11th attack
Aloha, Hawaiian receive antitrust law exemptions
 •  Islanders asked to redirect generosity to local agencies
 •  Pearl-based cruiser heading to Middle East
 •  Education
Dobelle names two to his team
 •  Dobelle solicits vision for UH-Kaua'i
 •  Possible fraud extends probe into special ed
 •  Other news
Librarians' sacrifice inspires Wai'anae book drive
 •  Police commissioner denies violating law
 •  Dengue fever cases rise by 2 in Hana
 •  Honolulu Festival triples participants from Japan
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

 •  Kahuku, St. Louis, Kailua, upstart Waimea in semis
 •  Funaki pilots Kahuku air attack in 57-14 victory over Lahainaluna
 •  St. Louis dominates in 54-7 romp over 'Aiea
 •  Menehune run wild over Knights, 41-20
 •  Kailua's size too much for Waiakea, 53-8
 •  Iolani hits speed bump in quarterfinals
 •  UH tips off season with 76-52 victory
 •  Wahine show they could beat Tulsa in their sleep
 •  Fresno finds hope in last loss to UH
 •  UH, Miami in 'bowl game'
 •  UHH opens with an upset
 •  Musashimaru defeats Kotonowaka, improves to 7-0
 •  Isle File
HPU ousted in regional volleyball
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Island Books
Timepieces Hawai'i
 •  Island Books
New local releases colored with patriotism
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  Stage Review
'World Blend' celebrates the art of the outrageous
 •  Janet Jackson's HBO gig set for Feb. 16-17
 •  Potter fans find seats in theaters
 •  Beatles interview sells in auction
 •  Interfaith gathering planned
 •  Where We Worship
Nu'u Lotu welcomes many changes
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  Gasoline companies ask judge to dismiss state suit
 •  Hawai'i economic slump may last into summer
 •  State reconsiders Pier 2 improvement project
 •  Hawai'i's next cruise ship unveiled
 •  'Patriot bonds' to help pay for U.S. war on terrorism
 •  New high tech gadgets may be trying to do too much
 •  Business briefs

 •  Editorial
Let charity, not loss of life, mark Ramadan
 •  Letters to the Editor