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

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Particle-Tracking Analysis of Contributing Areas of Public-Supply Wells in Simple and Complex Flow Systems, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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The 76-year-old Democratic Senator, one of AmericaYs most liberal, was airlifted to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston after becoming ill at his home in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and by evening time his spokeswoman, Melissa Wagoner, stated that the senator was resting well and speaking.
Saoirse Roisin Hill managed to flee from the two men in a white van, who had tried to snatch her as she walked home from a tennis lesson in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
US researchers conducted telephone interviews with 787 women aged 60 to 80 years old in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, with breast cancer and 721 healthy women also in that age range.
Environmental scientist Tim Traver traces the natural history of the Sippewissett salt marsh on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Cape Wind Associates' plans to build a wind farm off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts have been met with heavy opposition (see "Catching the Wind," cover story, January/February 2005).
Satchell, 55, is currently in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and was unavailable for comment yesterday, but was reportedly delighted at winning the Royal Ascot competition, as might be expected.
With few exceptions, almost all subsequent cases were recorded from islands in the northeastern United States and Cape Cod, Massachusetts (2), until this illness was diagnosed in 13 patients living in New London County in south-eastern Connecticut (3,4).
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.
I remember writing an article in the mid-'70s about some Cape Cod, Massachusetts, physicians who were declining to treat Medicaid clients because it just didn't pay enough, or not on time when it did pay.
Joe Keller, from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, beat Kevin Matheson of the host club by 2 and 1.
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