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  • v  go ashore

  • After a sharp radiogram from Brien McMahon, criminal division chief in the Attorney General's Office, Judge Thomas snorted that a subpoena was unnecessary, promised to debark in .
  • Though most Americans were surprised to see him home so soon, a small crowd of crew relatives, reporters and top Navy brass stood in a drizzle to watch the intrepid Admiral debark .
  • Others, whether Catholic themselves or not, view priests as troubled souls who may soon debark from the ministry to marry, or simply as the impresarios of weekly bingo games.
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  • Delimbinator makes its West Coast debut
    Debra Moore Staff Writer 6/13/2013 Logger Randy Pew feeds logs into the “delimbinator,” a machine that can delimb and debark several logs at a time. Pew demonstrated the machine’s capabilities to representatives from the Forest Service and the timber industry June 5. Photo by Debra Moore   Forest Service personnel and timber industry leaders gathered June 5 just north of Graeagle to get their ...
    June 13, 2013 - Plumas County News

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