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"Just as insects are attracted to weakened trees in a drought, they can also sense through heat and



Published: Tue, June 7, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



"Just as insects are attracted to weakened trees in a drought, they can also sense through heat and smoke when trees are in trouble during a fire. Environmentally, they know there's going to be a feast."

Dwight Scarbrough

A U.S. Forest Service entomologist, on the insects that can plague firefighters.

"I want to thank the Sisters of Charity for teaching me how to read and write. I want to thank the Irish Christian Brothers for throwing me out of high school."

John Patrick Shanley

Whose "Doubt," a drama about the innocence -- or guilt -- of a popular parish priest was named best play at the Tony Awards.




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