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Zimmerman said there hasn’t been a confirmed shark attack in Massachusetts since 1936.
The owner of The Orange County Register announced today that the paper has been bought by 2100 Trust LLC, a privately-held company led by a Massachusetts investor who previously planned to buy The Boston Globe 다운로드.
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Southern California’s media landscape is also being remade. Last year, Douglas F. Manchester, a San Diego developer and hotelier, bought the Union-Tribune from Platinum Equity, a Beverly Hills private equity firm 다운로드. Manchester told online website Voice of San Diego he paid more than $110 million for the paper.
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Many experts think the creditors who will take over Tribune Co. after the bankruptcy will sell off its various properties including the Times.
The U.S. Air Force is quietly assembling the world’s most powerful air-to-air fighting team at bases near Iran. Stealthy F-22 Raptors on their first front-line deployment have joined a potent mix of active-duty and Air National Guard F-15 Eagles, including some fitted with the latest advanced radars 정음메모패드 다운로드. The Raptor-Eagle team has been honing special tactics for clearing the air of Iranian fighters in the event of war.
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From among thousands of entrants, six regional winners have been chosen. In North America, Emerald Bresnahan of Plainville, Massachusetts, was chosen for her Snowflakes in Space experiment realtek HD 오디오 관리자.
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