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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 21, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Tanonaka pleads guilty
 •  Wie shoots 70, still 9 back
 •  International Marketplace overhaul put on hold
 •  Police Beat: Teens injured after smashing into tree
 •  Business briefs: Workers' comp costs remain high
 •  Stocks narrowly lower on London attacks

Local News
 •  PGA needs to keep 1-2 punch
 •  Abuse of child was reported to Army twice
 •  Edward Yamashiro, 80, Kane'ohe business owner
 •  James Cowen, transit executive
 •  Maori actress, 15, has a message
 •  State criticized as mentally ill die
 •  New 'up-armored' Humvee 'makes a world of difference'
 •  16 plaintiffs say vote for officers violated bylaws, state law
 •  Chart right course at start of high school
 •  Packing tips to make that move to college easier
 •  Sgt. Deyson Cariaga\'s service today
 •  Astronomers on Mauna Kea find clues in star's dust
 •  Strong relationships remain foundation
 •  Hawai'i Pacific wins accreditation
 •  Passenger in crash also dies
 •  Smoking a problem at The Shack
 •  3 cases cited in report by federal magistrate
 •  Ex-candidate to plead guilty
 •  Filibuster appears unlikely on Roberts
 •  Spouse's anti-abortion views may hint at nominee's stance
 •  Bishop's ordination, installation rites today
 •  For some, Akaka bill falls far short
 •  GOP senators quietly muscle in against Akaka bill
 •  Obituaries

 •  Konishiki's big on giving back
 •  Viloria's title fight canceled
 •  Wie struggles to opening 3-over 75 in Evian Masters
 •  Wies are playing by the rules
 •  Friends of Hawai'i awards $110K in grants
 •  Golfer gets nice surprise on anniversary of first ace
 •  Kim wins twice; Kono, Chun ousted
 •  Present, future talents can't upstage Nicklaus
 •  Lanikai out of state regatta
 •  Hilo wins Big League division tourney

Island Life
 •  Frank DeLima still waiting to fit that XL shirt
 •  How the shepherd learned the secret of growing a garden
 •  'Salvage Sisters' give junk new life
 •  Blender's list, ranking of greatest new-wave songs quite bewildering
 •  Take the love language survey
 •  The languages of love

 •  GM hit with huge quarterly loss
 •  Faith-based investors confront corporations
 •  Maui homes on ag lands for sale
 •  Health insurance key for new grads
 •  Home of unmarried couples at stake if relationship sours
 •  Mate died; must I pay card debt?
 •  You can get credit after bankruptcy
 •  Redevelopment mixes old, new
 •  State's first Best Buy opens July 29 in Iwilei
 •  Greenspan issues a warning on exotic mortgages
 •  Revenue climbs for Island builders

 •  High court nominee an intriguing choice
 •  Liquor panel needs overhaul at the top
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Everybody wins when defendants stay out of prison
 •  Supreme Court candidate must answer questions

 •  Movie openings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday