There will be a nondenominationalservice, open to all, on Saturdaybeneath the redwoods.
Thank you for publishing “The Roster of the Dead ” (Jan. 1) — pictures of the third thousand United Statesservicememberskilled in Iraq — puttingnames and faces on what are otherwise nonembodied statistics.
Between 1962 and 1984, Chicagolost 244,000 manufacturingjobs, while the number of nonmanufacturingjobs (service, research, retail, financial, and real estate) climbed by 372,500.
At a local microlevel 'one-stop' or 'one-window' servicedeliveryarrangements have provedpopular.
Why could AlbertaRegistries not have delivered one-window shopping, betterhours and betterlocations, and nonbureaucratic servicedirectly, usingpublic servants?
This train is going out of service at the nextstation.
The sign that said the elevator was "temporarily out of service" had been there for months.
Still, upticks, if there are any, are imperceptible: the percentage of prehurricane gas and electricusers who were gettingservice, for instance, remained the samebetweenApril and November 2006, the BrookingsInstitutionreportedlastmonth.