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Size as needed (160 dpi, 42p x 55p) Martha A. Thierry B&W illustration of depressed, stressed out woman. Detroit Free Press 1997 With MENTAL, Knight-Ridder by Patricia Anstett FOR AT-RISK READERS CATEGORY: ILLUSTRATION SUBJECT: MENTAL illus ARTIST: Martha A. Thierry ORIGIN: Detroit Free Press TYPE: EPS JPEG SIZE: As needed ENTERED: 2/3/97 REVISED: STORY SLUG: MENTAL, Knight-Ridder by Patricia Anstett FOR AT-RISK READERS illustration, feature, features, health, science, medicine, psychiatry, psychology, depression, anger, suicide, education, college, university, stress, business, job, workplace, worker, employee, employe, DE, 1997, risk, woman, thierry

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