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27-Jul-2008

  • Traffic Cones Outside Dolphin Stadium Fail To Meet Safety Standards (Local 10 Miami)

    A Local 10 investigation reveals hundreds of traffic cones used at Dolphin Stadium do not meet state and federal safety standards.


  • Media pick Gators to win SEC title (Miami Herald)

    Florida is the media's pick to possibly represent the Southeastern Conference at Dolphin Stadium in January. Dolphin Stadium and the Orange Bowl Committee are hosting the Bowl Championship Series title game Jan. 8. A group of 70 sportswriters attending the SEC Media Days this week predicted that the Gators have the best chance among the SEC's contenders to play for the title. Sportswriters ...


  • In a solemn ceremony, strangers say goodbye to 'Baby Boy' (Rocky Mountain News)

    On a warm summer morning on Friday, about 10 people walk across the green grass in Babyland at Linn Grove Cemetery to see the tiny casket, the bouquet of flowers, the stuffed toy dolphin. And to say goodbye.


  • 'Signature whistles' help dolphin calves identify their mums (New Kerala)

    London, July 24 : American researchers have discovered that female bottlenose dolphins whistle 10 times more often than usual after giving birth - to tell their offspring who their mothers are.


  • Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Feb 2007 09:52 UTC, submitted by anonymous (OS News)

    In the transition from KDE 3 to KDE 4, a new file manager, Dolphin, was often discussed and now officially moved to the base part of KDE. "I just stumbled over this message saying that the file manager Dolphin is now part of kdebase (of KDE 4): 'Moving Dolphin to kdebase, as discussed with Peter and others.


  • "Baby Boy" laid to rest in Greeley (Rocky Mountain News)

    On this warm summer morning, about 10 people walk across the green grass in Babyland at Linn Grove Cemetery to see the tiny casket, the bouquet of flowers, the stuffed toy dolphin.


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