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For Now At Least, Egypt's Police Are Seen As The Good Guys

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Pick Up the Pieces Featuring David Sanborn Kenny G
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Tarde En Mariquita Alice Russell & Quantic
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Aint Nuttin Nice Jon Cleary & the Absolute Monster Gentlemen
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Gays And Lesbians Turn Fight To Workplace Discrimination Ban

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Organism Tommy Guerrero
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Night That Love Came Back Bob James & Earl Klugh
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Cool
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Albatross Fleetwood Mac
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Shrine '69
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Foggy Mountain Rock Tony Rice
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Entendre Eluvium
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Nightmare Ending
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Two Folk Songs Pat Metheny, Michael Brecker et. al.
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80/81
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'Sputnik' Orbits A Russian City, Finding And Healing Tuberculosis

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Sunny's Song Benevento-Russo Duo
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Bottle of Hope Tony Furtado
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Congress Still Squabbling Over Student Loan Rate Increase

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Waves [Instrumental] Hayden Chisholm, Jurgen Friedrich et. al.
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Diabate Vieux Farka Touré & Toumani Diabaté
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Snow Pony Cello
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Much of the training for pilots for major airlines is conducted on sophisticated flight simulators, like this Boeing 787 simulator operated by an All Nippon Airways captain. Pilots are also trained to communicate clearly about problems they may encounter in flight. Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After Asiana Crash, Pilot Training Gets New Scrutiny

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So Long for Now Tony Monaco
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Burnin' Grooves
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