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--How to translate "Jabberwocky."

--"Canadians are paying far more than Americans for the same products because of a systemic and unjustifiable markup scheme by many manufacturers, a retail expert says."

--Magazine sales are hurting because people are no longer bored in supermarket checkout lines.

--Why cab drivers often ask you what route they should take.

--New York City's rats are adapting by moving further inland after superstorm Sandy.

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