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Community news 5/13/02 (05/13/02)
Cape County AARP chapter will meet today The Cape Girardeau County chapter of AARP 4041 will meet at 1:30 p.m. today at Grace United Methodist Church at Broadway and Caruthers. The program, "Adding Flavor to Your Life," will be presented by the Seniors And Lawmen Together Council...
Volunteers help Missouri hospitals (05/13/02)
Volunteers are important to Missouri's hospitals. Every day, hospital volunteers donate their time by escorting visitors, delivering flowers, holding a hand or lending an ear, said Marc D. Smith, president of the Missouri Hospital Association. Last year, volunteers at Missouri hospitals gave more than 2 million hours of service, Smith said...
Old Town Cape sports something for everyone (05/13/02)
Fifty Fabulous Features results are in, and judging from entries in Old Town Cape's "50 Fabulous Features" contest, there's something for everyone in the wide area that makes up the city's historic district. Old Town Cape promotions committee chairman Marsha Toll said more than 300 entries noting a particular feature were received for the contest...
50 best features of Old Town Cape (05/13/02)
1. Riverboats whistle, trains rumble by, fireworks exploding illuminate the sky. 2. Blues music filling the air around old clock square. 3. Cuisine that fills, culture too: antique, boutique, Cajun and barbecue. 4. Originality, landmarks, tasteful, old, waterfront, nostalgia, charming, antiques...
St. Francis hands out Baumstark Award (05/13/02)
"Forbidden Fudge" is one of the delicacies by My Daddy's CheesecakeSoutheast Missourian Lillian Young was awarded the Vernice Baumstark Award at St. Francis Medical Center's recent annual volunteer auxiliary luncheon. The award was established in 1989 and is presented annually to an auxiliary member who is enthusiastic, innovative, a leader and who has worked tirelessly on auxiliary projects that directly benefit the hospital...
Jackson Board of Aldermen agenda (05/13/02)
7:30 p.m. Monday City Hall Public Hearings Hearing to consider the voluntary annexation of 9.10 acres of property located on North High Street as requested by Oak Enterprises, L.L.C. Action Items Power and Light Committee Consider bill proposing an ordinance amending Chapter 29, Article II, Sections 29-26 and 29-27 of the Code of Ordinances relating to solid waste...
Volunteers give lots of time to hospital (05/13/02)
H. Kenneth Wagner is officially retired, yet he reports for work every weekday morning. Norma Sander, Bruxie Norman and Hazel Eaves also sign in for work on a regular basis. They're not punching a standard 9-to-5 time clock though. All four are longtime and dedicated volunteers at Southeast Missouri Hospital who agree that volunteering is a worthwhile endeavor...
Jackson aldermen to mull limit on trash collection (05/13/02)
JACKSON, Mo. -- Tonight the Jackson Board of Aldermen will consider changing the city's current policy of providing unlimited trash collection. The proposal would restrict each household to three 33-gallon bags per week and would prohibit the use of plastic, metal, rubber or fiberglass garbage containers...
The waiting game (05/13/02)
In 1993, Donna Heck was living in a house on Sheridan Drive, near Sears. Only occasionally did rain water pool in her front yard during a downpour. Heck now lives on Second Street in downtown Cape Girardeau where she and her 12-year-old daughter, Tiffany, have a view of the river -- right outside their back door...
Cape obesity summit to focus on solutions (05/13/02)
Missourians associate overeating with fun. They delight in ordering the next size up for only a few cents more. They're just as likely to eat something from a restaurant's kitchen as their own. And that's why more than half of them are overweight and more than a fifth are obese and likely to suffer the health consequences. The number is rising steadily, according to a Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services report due out this week...
Spring heifer sale sets record (05/13/02)
FRUITLAND, Mo. -- In the first of two spring sales, 200 Show-Me-Select replacement heifers set a record for average price, said David Patterson, extension beef specialist at the University of Missouri-Columbia. The heifers averaged $1,118 per head and brought the total of all sales in the state since 1997 to $7,172,082...
Group - Firefighter death rate on the rise (05/13/02)
ST. LOUIS -- Despite advances in protective equipment, firefighters are dying more often in burning buildings than they did 25 years ago, according to a national safety group. The report from the National Fire Protection Association surveyed data from 1977 to 2000. The study found that the rate of firefighters killed per 100,000 structure fires went from about 1.5 to about 3. The number of such fires dropped from about 1 million a year to about 600,000...
Couple charged with murder in fatal hit-and-run accident (05/13/02)
ST. PETERS, Mo. -- An eastern Missouri couple were charged with murder Sunday after a security guard died from injuries suffered when he was hit by a pickup truck. Angie Crenshaw and Johnny Barclay, both of Vandalia, were charged Sunday by St. Charles County prosecutors...
No trick to it - Rodeo rider group defies gravity in style (05/13/02)
SEDALIA, Mo. -- Speed! Danger! Thundering hooves! And to top it all off, striking young women decked out in glittering cowgirl costumes doing amazing stunts on horseback. That describes one of the most exciting rodeo and wild west acts in central Missouri...
Man tries to get hat, drowns (05/13/02)
GALENA, Mo. -- The Missouri Water Patrol was searching Table Rock Lake Sunday for a man who apparently drowned while trying to retrieve his hat. Wesley Shipley, 20, of Collinsville, Okla., has been missing since Saturday night.
Bail bondsmen arrested after abduction (05/13/02)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Three bail bondsmen were arrested for allegedly abducting a man from a busy restaurant parking lot after they apparently failed to tell police about what they were doing, authorities said. The bail bondsmen -- two men from Mississippi and a woman from Little Rock, Ark. ...
Semi topples over on sports car, kills teen-ager (05/13/02)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A tractor-trailer loaded with Lifesavers candy toppled onto a sports car, killing its teen-age driver and shutting down part of Interstate 70 for much of Saturday, authorities said. The rig was in the passing lane when it veered off a curved stretch of the interstate around 10:15 a.m. The trailer fell on the car, which was in the slow lane...
Heavy rains in Illinois cause some flooding, close roads (05/13/02)
Heavy rains in central and southeastern Illinois on Sunday caused a dam to overflow, closed roads and trapped some residents in their homes. "We have widespread flooding downstate," said Ed Holicky, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Lincoln office. "We've had a lot of rain, lots of evacuations and lots of rivers approaching crests."...
Hard to be certain about dollar effect of Cards stadium (05/13/02)
ST. LOUIS -- As supporters of a new downtown stadium for the St. Louis Cardinals work state Capitol back rooms in the traditionally frantic final days of the year's legislative session, the argument will echo. "We anticipate the city and the state will receive far more in return than what's being put in," Mayor Francis Slay said...
Tinkerer uses electric motor to keep his heart healthy (05/13/02)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Thinking back, Carl Hicks wonders if he planned "to do myself in" the day he defied doctors' orders and pulled the old lawn mower out of his backyard shed. He hadn't mowed 50 feet when it happened. His knees went out. His body fell limp. Everything he saw "was like looking through frosted glass."...
Budget done; balancing remains (05/13/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Although lawmakers sent a nearly $19 billion state budget to Gov. Bob Holden's desk on Friday, the job of getting it balanced remains before them in the final week of the 2002 legislative session. Putting together a spending plan for the fiscal year beginning July 1 in the face of slow revenue growth and rising financial obligations has been the dominant issue in the General Assembly this year. ...
Young raccoon sets sights on Baptist church choir (05/13/02)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Seated in the choir in the main sanctuary, he was at the right place to try out at First Baptist Church. Plus he let out the entire range of vocals he was capable of making -- but it wasn't to be. This guy was, after all, a raccoon...
Illinois city claims a one-of-a-kind Burger King (05/13/02)
MATTOON, Ill. -- When a raspberry shake order comes through at Mattoon's one-of-a-kind Burger King, some senior employees know the customer might be John Cowger. Cowger started ordering the shakes 50 years ago with his fellow newspaper carriers, who had a daily meeting of sorts to wrap newspapers on a bench outside what was then called Frigid Queen...
People talk 5/13/02 (05/13/02)
Couple throws party for children's charity LONDON -- England soccer captain David Beckham and his pop singer wife Victoria, also known as "Posh Spice," threw a celebrity-studded party Sunday to raise money for a children's charity. Dozens of stars attended the lavish Japanese-themed garden party at the couple's mansion, nicknamed Beckingham Palace...
Security lax on biological agents, nuclear materials (05/13/02)
WASHINGTON -- Investigators reviewing federal safeguards against terrorism found lax oversight at hundreds of Agriculture Department laboratories where dangerous viruses are stored and say the Energy Department failed to closely track nuclear material sent abroad decades ago...
Enrollment in sign language classes swells (05/13/02)
WASHINGTON -- Foreign language classrooms across the country are growing increasingly silent. Instead of tackling French, German or other more commonly taught languages, students are learning to speak with their hands. "If we teach one American Sign Language course, we have enough students for three. ...
Dow soars nearly 170, helped by tech rally (05/13/02)
AP Business WriterNEW YORK (AP) -- An upgrade of Applied Materials and a forecast of possible improvement in the job market incited another round of bargain hunting Monday, lifting technology stocks and propelling the Dow Jones industrials more than 150 points higher...
Train carrying non-hazardous chemicals derails, hangs off cliff (05/13/02)
COLFAX, Calif. -- A train carrying non-hazardous chemicals derailed in northeast California and was partially suspended over a steep cliff Sunday night. One of the train's 73 cars hung over a drop known as China Wall in a rural area away from people and homes, said Placer County Sheriff's Captain Rick Armstrong. No one was injured and authorities said the rail car was not in danger of falling...
Credibility of girl's caretaker starting to come into question (05/13/02)
MIAMI -- Doubts are mounting about the woman who says a child-welfare worker took 5-year-old Rilya Wilson from her home last year and never returned her. An Associated Press review of court records from past criminal and civil cases involving Geralyn Graham shows that she has used at least 33 aliases and that lawyers in the past have questioned whether she was a con artist or severely mentally impaired. A judge in one case thought both might apply...
Direction of library pits Nixon's children against one another (05/13/02)
YORBA LINDA, Calif. -- The daughters of former President Richard Nixon have always pulled together in the darkest of times, from the Watergate investigation to their father's 1974 resignation. They've also been inseparable through happier moments, serving as maids of honor in each other's weddings and working to promote their father's legacy...
Fatally stabbed boy saved sister by distracting attacker (05/13/02)
PHILADELPHIA -- An 8-year-old boy stabbed to death by an intruder who also killed his mother saved his sister's life by distracting the attacker, authorities said Saturday. Andy Zheng died trying to save his 12-year-old sister and their mother from a man who came to their apartment Thursday night, apparently to collect a debt from their father, who wasn't there, said Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce L. Castor Jr...
LA wildfire mostly contained (05/13/02)
ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST, Calif. -- Firefighters started to gain the upper-hand Sunday against a 4,000-acre wildfire fueled by stiff winds and dry, hot conditions, fire officials said. The fire raging in a forest north of Los Angeles was 60 percent contained by 6 p.m. and no homes were threatened, said Gary Wise, supervising fire dispatcher for the Los Angeles County Fire Department...
Airport terminal evacuated following security incident (05/13/02)
HEBRON, Kentucky -- The main terminal at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport was evacuated for three hours on Sunday after a security incident involving a passenger waiting to board an airliner. Airport police chief Chuck Melville said the man passed the main checkpoint, but during a random search at the gate, Comair employees found marijuana...
Report says new city in L.A. harbor area not financially viable (05/13/02)
LOS ANGELES -- In a blow to one of three secession movements in Los Angeles, a government commission found that a proposed breakaway city in the harbor area would not be financially viable on its own. The proposed city of 150,000 residents would face a budget deficit of $7.5 million in its first six months, said Larry Calemine, executive director of the Local Area Formation Commission, a local agency mandated by the state to oversee the secession movement...
Online service helps cooperating couples with divorce (05/13/02)
The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- It's divorce, dot-com style. Mark Stein, who has made a career of mediating divorces and other disputes, has created an online service -- ourdivorceagreement.com -- that offers couples a self-guided cyber split...
Carter says there is no evidence Cuba transferred technology (05/13/02)
Associated Press WriterHAVANA (AP) -- Jimmy Carter said Monday that American officials briefing him for his trip to Cuba said they had no evidence the communist country was transferring abroad technology that could be used to make weapons of mass destruction...
Sharon's party nixes Palestinian state idea (05/13/02)
TEL AVIV, Israel -- Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Likud party voted early Monday to reject the creation of a Palestinian state, a major defeat for Sharon that he feared would increase international pressure on Israel and tie his hands in potential negotiations...
Eastern European countries line up for NATO membership (05/13/02)
ADAZI, Latvia -- A classroom decorated with daffodils is the unlikely front line in Latvia's battle to join NATO. And a spiky-haired schoolteacher named Sylvia Simane is the Baltic country's secret weapon. In an impeccable British accent, Simane explains how her team of civilian teachers plan to have all of Latvia's professional soldiers speaking "peacekeeper's English" so they can slot neatly into NATO operations...
Drug smugglers tunnel under border to elude U.S. guards (05/13/02)
TECATE, Mexico -- It was a typical bedroom with long curtains and a plush, floral rug -- except that the fireplace wasn't just for keeping things cozy. When police removed the metal grill still holding charred logs, they found a secret tunnel to the United States...
Powell expects arms pact from summit (05/13/02)
MOSCOW -- Secretary of State Colin Powell expressed certainty Sunday that President Bush and Russia's Vladimir Putin would sign an agreement on nuclear arms cuts when they meet later this month, a news report said. "I am sure that when President Bush comes to Moscow, the agreement will be signed," the Interfax news agency quoted Powell as saying in an interview to be broadcast later Sunday on Russia's ORT television...
Exiled Palestinians restricted for their own safety (05/13/02)
LARNACA, Cyprus -- Palestinian militants flown to Cyprus to end a stalemate with Israel are being confined to a beach-front hotel for their own safety, the Palestinian envoy to this Mediterranean island said Sunday. The 13 Palestinians have been described as free men, not prisoners or detainees, in Cyprus awaiting a European agreement on a final destination...
Cosmodrome roof collapses, leaving eight workers trapped (05/13/02)
ALMATY, Kazakhstan -- The roof of a 260-foot-tall hangar at the Baikonur cosmodrome, Russia's main rocket launching site, collapsed Sunday, trapping eight workers in the debris, officials said. An eight-man construction crew was on the roof of the cosmodrome's main hangar when it caved in, said Kairzhan Turezhanov, a spokesman for the Kazakh Emergency Situations Committee. Russia rents the facility from Kazakhstan for its space program...
Jimmy Carter first president to visit Cuba in decades (05/13/02)
HAVANA -- Flashing his trademark smile, Jimmy Carter arrived in Cuba on Sunday and became the first U.S. president -- in or out of office -- to visit this communist country since the 1959 revolution that put Fidel Castro in power. Dressed in a gray suit, Castro, 75, greeted Carter, 77, at the airport with a handshake and symbolically threw open the doors of the island to the former American head of state...
Oran has adjusted on the fly (05/13/02)
ORAN, Mo. -- Baseball is a lot of things: dramatic, strategic, fun. Spontaneous usually doesn't rate high on the list, unless you play this year for the Oran Eagles, who, like many area teams, have been trying to co-exist with the elements this spring...
EIU bounces back to rally past Tribe (05/13/02)
Southeast Missouri State University clinched its first regular-season Ohio Valley Conference baseball championship at Eastern Illinois' expense Saturday. But the Panthers weren't about to be swept out of Cape Girardeau without a fight. EIU, after losing both ends of Saturday's doubleheader, scored the final eight runs Sunday -- including five in the ninth inning -- to beat the Indians 8-4...
Expos give Robinson 700th win (05/13/02)
MONTREAL -- Brad Wilkerson hit a foul ball that broke a glass pane behind home plate, then hit a tiebreaking single in the seventh inning as the Montreal Expos overcame Barry Bonds' 579th career homer and beat the San Francisco Giants 4-2 Sunday. Vladimir Guerrero homered off Russ Ortiz (3-2) as Montreal's Frank Robinson recorded his 700th victory as a major league manager...
Yankees use long ball to sweep Twins (05/13/02)
MINNEAPOLIS -- Five Yankees in a span of eight batters hit home runs and Mike Mussina was tough on the Twins again for New York in a 10-4 victory Sunday and three-game sweep of Minnesota. Joe Torre became the 17th manager in history to win 1,500 games, and the Yankees had 18 hits to win their sixth straight -- all on the road. They swept their first series at the Metrodome since May 17-19, 1993...
Indy qualifying a wash (05/13/02)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Rain on Sunday washed away the second of three days of qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 and increased the pressure on drivers hoping to fill the remaining nine positions in the 33-car field. Twenty-four cars qualified on Saturday. Thanks to the first complete rainout of an Indy qualifying day in 12 years, the remaining contenders will have to wait until next Sunday to fill the field for the May 26 race...
Sports digest 5/13/02 (05/13/02)
AREA Capahas hold tryouts Friday and Sunday The Craftsman Union Capahas summer baseball team of Cape Girardeau will hold tryouts at 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Sunday at Capaha Field. Players must have expired their American Legion eligibility to be eligible...
Effort not there in final loss (05/13/02)
ST. LOUIS -- Even with injuries and an inexperienced goaltender, the St. Louis Blues had no reason to give up. General manager Larry Pleau said the Blues, a team supposedly built for the playoffs, gave a halfhearted effort Saturday while being eliminated 4-0 by the Detroit Red Wings to end a five-game series...
Huge St. Louis rally stuns relaxed Reds (05/13/02)
CINCINNATI -- Up by eight runs in the second inning, the Cincinnati Reds relaxed, substituted and chalked it up as a win. They won't do that again. J.D. Drew hit a two-run homer off Danny Graves in the eighth inning as the St. Louis Cardinals pulled off their biggest rally in 10 years, beating the Reds 10-8 on Sunday...
Maruyama survives to win Nelson Classic (05/13/02)
IRVING, Texas -- Shigeki Maruyama survived another Sunday charge by Tiger Woods and an unlikely one by rookie Ben Crane to win the Byron Nelson Classic, the second straight week an Asian has won on the PGA Tour. Maruyama was all smiles at the end of a cloudy afternoon, closing with a 2-under 68 for a two-stroke victory over Crane...
After 13 years, Wymans decide to sell Mollie's (05/13/02)
smoyers Since it opened 13 years ago, Mollie's has been the elegant setting of marriage proposals, prom dates and high-powered business dinners. But it's also been a nice place for anyone who wants to go and grab a bite to eat. That it maintained such a broad appeal is testament to its owners, John and Jerri Wyman, Cape Girardeau's resident authorities on fine dining who also own the Royal N'Orleans and Bella Italia...
'Star Wars' remains king of film franchises (05/13/02)
LOS ANGELES -- Its last installment proved a critical disappointment. Once the trendsetter on visual effects, it lost out in that category to an edgy upstart at the Academy Awards the last time around. Surrounded by fresh-faced film serials, it no longer holds clear claim as the year's most anticipated movie...
People you should know/Catherine Dunlap (05/13/02)
  • Age: 28 Key responsibilities: To coordinate the volunteer efforts of Cape Girardeau's effort to revitalize its three historic commercial districts, to manage the day-to-day operations of Old Town Cape, and to educate the public on the importance of revitalizing Cape Girardeau's historic commercial districts...
  • Business memo 05/13/02 (05/13/02)
    Cool weather dampens retail sales in April Unseasonably cool weather and Easter in March dampened retail sales in April, but several merchants raised their profit outlook last week noting that lean inventories reduced the need for heavy discounting...
    Divorce can spark money problems for both spouses (05/13/02)
    NEW YORK The multimillion-dollar celebrity divorces get the headlines -- Cleveland Indians pitcher Chuck Finley suing to end his marriage, the estranged wife of former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani seeking $1 million a year in support, former GE chairman Jack Welch negotiating a division of his assets with his wife...
    Recovery tinged with Mideast uncertainty (05/13/02)
    The Associated Press NEW YORK-- Deepening tensions in the Middle East -- and concerns they could lead to reduced oil supplies -- are hitting the U.S. economy just as it's recovering from last year's recession. The uncertainty is not what's needed right now, economists say...
    Trial highlights arrogance vs. responsibility (05/13/02)
    NEW YORK -- Arthur Andersen executives contend government regulators have overzealously pursued the accounting firm. If that's so, maybe Andersen's criminal trial in a Houston courtroom this week is the ultimate example of how a good company's fate was unfairly snatched from its control...
    People on the move 5/13/02 (05/13/02)
    New employees named at Coldwell Banker John Goodin, Ken Schmitz and David Kieffer have been hired at Coldwell Banker Hamilton. Goodin, previously an independent real estate broker in Charleston, Mo., holds both a Missouri and Illinois real estate brokers' license as well as an auctioneer brokers' license for those states...
    Hazel Hardy (05/13/02)
    MOUNT VERNON, Ill. -- Hazel Hardy, 72, of Mount Vernon died Wednesday, May 8, 2002, at Good Samaritan Regional Health Center in Mount Vernon. She was born Dec. 5, 1930, in Ridgely, Tenn., daughter of Hattie Sumlin. She was a construction laborer. Survivors include a sister, Geneva Whitfield of Cairo, Ill.; a brother, Herman Garrett of Dyersburg, Tenn.; an adopted daughter, Evelena, and an adopted son, Kevin, both of Carbondale; and other relatives in the Cape Girardeau area...
    Milton Moore (05/13/02)
    DELTA, Mo. -- Everett Milton Moore, 74, of Delta died Sunday, May 12, 2002, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee, Mo.
    Geneva Dale (05/13/02)
    ANNA, Ill. -- Geneva G. Dale, 91, died Sunday, May 12, 2002, at the City Care Center in Anna. She was born April 30, 1908, at Jonesboro, daughter of Levi and Julia Duke Miller. She and Harlan Dale were married Nov. 23, 1932, at Jonesboro. He preceded her in death...
    Jack Burris (05/13/02)
    Jack L. Burris, 69, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, May 11, 2002, at Marion Memorial Hospital in Marion, Ill. He was born Dec. 22, 1932 in Cape Girardeau, the son of Jesse L. and Myrtle Deever Burris. Jack graduated from Central High School in 1952. ...
    Cape fire report 5/13/02 (05/13/02)
    Cape Girardeau Monday, May 13 On Saturday, firefighters responded to the following calls:At 3:57 p.m., an emergency medical service at 169 N. Lake. At 8:05 p.m., an illegal burn at Lexington and Steven. On Sunday, firefighters responded to the following calls:At 4:55 a.m., an alarm at Towers East...
    Cape police report 5/13/02 (05/13/02)
    Cape Girardeau Monday, May 13 ArrestsRicky Nance, 36, of Chaffee, Mo., was arrested Saturday on a Cape County warrant for bad checks and a Scott County warrant for family offense. Benjamin Robinson, 19, of Sikeston, Mo., was arrested Saturday on a warrant for contempt of court...
    Out of the past 5/13/02 (05/13/02)
    10 years ago: May 13, 1992 Plans are under way to implement annual membership dues to help fund alumni services at Southeast Missouri State University, with view toward eventually making operation self-supporting; university's alumni council endorsed concept at its March meeting...
    Jackson bike-pedestrian path aims at safety (05/13/02)
    Plans for widening Highway 34-72 in Jackson include plans for a parallel pathway for bicycles and pedestrians. The Missouri Department of Transportation has received negative comments about the pathway. Some of those comments call the pathway a safety hazard, perhaps because of the volume of traffic a four-lane highway can be expected to carry...
    Lewis-Clark bicentennial picks up pace (05/13/02)
    A few years ago, when the first discussions were held about the bicentennial of the Corps of Discovery journey that took Meriwether Lewis and William Clark from St. Louis to Great Falls, Mont., 2004 seemed like a long way off. Now the 200-year anniversary of the start of the historic trip up the Missouri River is rapidly approaching, and plans -- some big, some little -- for celebrating those events are in full swing throughout several states...
    Speak Out A 05/13/02 (05/13/02)
    Weapons fallacy TO UNDERSTAND why the statistics being used by the concealed-weapons supporter are bogus, one must understand a concept called "ad hoc fallacy." This concept states that just because one action precedes another action, the first does not necessarily cause the second. ...
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