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Terri Schiavo: A long, public death
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For two families, even grief is divided
The circle around Terri Schiavo, already secure, tightened Thursday. Many of the people involved retreated behind closed doors, preferring to grieve in private. The details of Terri's last hours and death emerged in bits and pieces, from different voices, different corners of the debate. (April 1, 2005)

From ordinary girl to international icon
Before the prayer warriors massed outside her window, before gavels pounded in six courts, before the Vatican issued a statement, before the president signed a midnight law and the Supreme Court turned its head, Terri Schiavo was an ordinary girl. (March 31, 2005)

She's the other woman in Michael Schiavo's heart
They met by chance at a dentist's office. (March 26, 2005)

After jury award, battle lines drawn
A dispute over money grew into a lasting schism between Michael Schiavo and his wife's parents. (March 23, 2005)

Times column: With all laws flattened, where will we hide?
(March 22, 2005)

Schiavo: 'Come down, President Bush'
Angered by the latest political developments in Washington, Michael Schiavo said Saturday that it isn't just the Florida governor who should visit his wife to learn about the case. (March 20, 2005)

Quiet judge persists in Schiavo maelstrom
Circuit Judge George Greer, who is regularly reviled and travels with security, is not the man his critics might suspect.. (March 6, 2005)

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