DEFENDER OF WORMS, Richard A. Lovett ____________________________ 136
MALNUTRITION, J. T. Sharrah _________________________________________ 8
JUST looking, Stephen Lombard __________________________________ 37
THE nice jump OF SHIN, Henry Lien _______________________________ 71
USHER, Jay Werkheiser____________________________________________ 123
ULENGE top, Chuck Rothman _____________________________________ 49
LONG method long gone, David L. Clements _________________________________ 55
ORION, emerging, Arlan Andrews, Sr. ___________________________________ 63
THE YONI SUTRA, Priya Chand_______________________________________ 65
WHY THE huge HIT THE ICEBERG, Jerry Oltion ______________________87
FOOL’S ERRAND, Judith Tarr _________________________________________ 96
SAMSARA AND ICE, Andy Dudak ____________________________________ 107
MARDUK’S FOLLY, Sean Vivier ______________________________________ 112
UNMOTHER, Lex Wilson ___________________________________________ 115
ORBITS to reserve, Stanley Schmidt __________________________________ 30
SPACE insects, Marianne Dyson _______________________________________ 61
THE mystery OF chilly FUSION, Bruce Boston _________________________ 60
GUEST EDITORIAL: HERE’S for your overall healthiness, Rajnar Vajra _______________ 4
BIOLOG: J. T. SHARRAH, Richard A. Lovett _____________________________ 29
THE exchange VIEW, Jeffery D. Kooistra _____________________________ 84
IN occasions TO COME_______________________________________________ 114
THE REFERENCE LIBRARY, Don Sakers______________________________ 172
BRASS TACKS ___________________________________________________ 176
ANALYTICAL LABORATORY poll ________________________________ 180
THE 2014 INDEX _________________________________________________ 181
UPCOMING occasions, Anthony Lewis _________________________________ 184
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