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December 17, 1992

″It’s a catastroph (AP) _ Muhamed Zlatar, the deputy city manager in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, where people have been dying from the cold as fighting interrupts efforts to bring in food and fuel.

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″I thought it was great. It was fun to be able to get involved in the story and see that you could change the ending.″ - Jeff Markowitz, 31, part of the audience that could choose plot lines - and the ending - of a 20-minute interactive film shown in New York Wednesday night.

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″Sales are definitely booming.″ - Ronald T. Urqhart, a vice president of consumer credit at People’s Bank of Bridgeport, Conn., a thrift with a large credit card portfolio, as companies reported a steep increase in the amount of money Christmas shoppers are spending through the use of charge cards.

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