Cape Cod

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a Massachusetts peninsula to the south of Boston extending into the Atlantic

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The J3- Range, also at Camp Edwards, is in the southeast portion of the Joint Base Cape Cod.
The CampusEAI Consortium Grant Committee is proud to present this award to Cape Cod Community College, the only comprehensive college on Cape Cod," states Anjli Jain, Chairman of the CampusEAI Consortium.
About Cape Cod For 30 years the legendary crunch of Cape Cod has made the kettle cooked chips a favorite on the Cape and across the United States.
As a result of the great white sightings, multiple beaches on Cape Cod are closed.
Without the intervention of CCFT, permits coming up for sale from retiring fishing vessels will be bought by large boat corporate fleets and will be permanently lost to Cape Cod.
But Teesside's pace gave Cape Cod problems and Kelly came close to opening the scoring, breaking down the right but saw his shot beat the keeper to go just past the post.
But the towns of Cape Cod are among the most geographically isolated from state and federal anti-discrimination agencies in Massachusetts, increasing the difficulty for people on the Cape to have discrimination issues solved.
We focus particularly on the Cape Cod Breast Cancer and Environment Study, because two of us have been involved for nearly a decade in its development and implementation (J.
Local Massachusetts newspaper the Cape Cod Times recently reported that the Cape Cod National Seashore (CCNS) has begun using B20, a fuel blend of 20 percent biodiesel and 80 percent standard petroleum diesel, to power 15 of its trucks and large equipment.
Massachusetts' homeowners insurance market is feeling the pinch as the state's largest provider said it would withdraw from Cape Cod, leaving about 14,000 policyholders searching for coverage.
Captain John Smith, former leader of Jamestown, maps the coastal region of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Starting their shellfish farming business in Wellfleet Bay, Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1986, Patrick and Barbara Woodbury realized early on that their lives would be totally engulfed by the type of work they do--cultivating and harvesting clams and oysters Possessing an innate satisfaction with the line a work they have chosen, the Woodburys are c prime example of what can be accomplished you have a product you believe in, undying devotion to your craft, and a roll-up-your-sleeves (and sometimes pant legsl) determination.
On Monday, July 29, 2002, a mass stranding of 57 long-finned pilot whales (Globicephala melas) occurred in Dennis, MA, on Cape Cod.
Our super holiday gives you the opportunity to explore many of the most attractive areas, revealing the maritime atmosphere of Cape Cod and the forested hills of Vermont, the contrasts of picturesque clapboard villages and the cosmopolitan city of Boston.