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Specialists fear that some young women have a false sense of security in cities. Dancing at Hennessy’s in Boston early yesterday were (from left) Kristen Lyttle, Adam Manoli, and Liz Weidman, with Michael Holtzin and Leah Martin behind them.

Fearless in the city

Some women still party as if invulnerable

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / March 9, 2006

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NEW YORK -- It's midnight at Pravda, a trendy Manhattan bar where graduate students from nearby New York University are jammed into leather booths. A group chants, ''Another vodka! Another vodka!" A young woman named Jovana is in the corner, kissing a young man she met hours earlier. (Full article: 913 words)

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