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Risky business: Hokies say the Yellow Jackets' blitz is a weapon that can cut both ways.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Darryl Slater Nov. 1--BLACKSBURG Virginia Tech will start a redshirt freshman center tonight, in perhaps the worst game to start a redshirt freshman center, because few teams throw more blitzes and sheer human force at an offensive line than Georgia Tech and its defensive...
Eagle eye on golfer's image: Richmond firm will rebrand the LPGA's Gulbis in an effort to emphasize her career course.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Jeffrey Kelley Nov. 1--The LPGA Tour's biggest sex symbol is having her image revamped -- and de-vamped -- by a Richmond branding agency. Natalie Gulbis, the 24-year-old golfer best known -- at least until recently -- for her good looks, will be rebranded by Circle S...
English becoming world's language: An expert on its 'voyage' will speak here this weekend.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Katherine Calos Nov. 1--Pardon if this sounds smug, but if you don't speak English, you aren't going very far in this global society. That's one of the lasting legacies of Jamestown, the place where the voyage of English began to reach the world, according to Alan Watson of...
Enemy-combatant case returns to U.S. appeals court.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Tom Campbell Nov. 1--For the second time, lawyers argued yesterday in a Richmond courtroom over whether President Bush can declare a legal U.S. resident an enemy combatant and lock him up indefinitely. The full 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is rehearing the case of Ali...
EDITORIAL: Reckon So.(Editorial)
November 1, 2007... Nov. 1--On Tuesday, Stan O'Neal stepped down as Merrill Lynch's head. His departure had been anticipated since the company reported a third-quarter write-down of $7.9 billion, a somewhat higher amount than the company's original figure of $4.5 billion. In a Tuesday editorial, "Wall Street...