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  • Dolphin NAV sinks

    Mediterranean residential resort property investor Dolphin Capital Investors reported a decline in its net asset value from ?1.94 a share to ?1.82 a share in the 12 months to December 2010.

  • Dolphin Injures Woman After Jumping In Boat

    A dolphin jumped onto the deck of a small boat and injured a woman on the Isle of Capri in Florida Sunday. "Just incredible, I mean quite the experience," Lt. Keith Perry of the Isle of Capri Fire Department told ABC affiliate WZVN. "I've nearly been at this station for 10 years and never run into such a call."

  • Honeywell Introduces Industry-Leading Durability With Dolphin 99EX

    Honeywell recently announced the introduction of the DolphinŽ 99EX, Honeywell's most durable mobile computer, which increases worker productivity and lessens down-time through unmatched reliability and extended battery life.

  • Dolphin Showcases ILM and BPM Expertise at SAPinsider BI and IT Conference

    Dolphin expert to speak on ?Building a Sound, Risk-Proof Data Retention Policy?; Dolphin booth highlights its unique platform for Information Lifecycle Management and Business Process Management for customers using SAP solutions.

  • Painter slips, falls at SeaWorld Orlando's Dolphin Nursery

    A painter fell while working at SeaWorld Orlando's Dolphin Nursery this morning, park officials said.

  • Albino dolphin, 2,200-pound sunfish seen off Dana Point

    Two rare marine animals were seen off Dana Point recently: an albino dolphin and a

  • Dolphin Jumps Onto Boat, Lands On Passenger

    A dolphin jumped onto the deck of a boat and injured a woman on board.

  • Dolphin jumps onto deck of boat, injures woman

    A dolphin weighing between 600 and 700 pounds jumped onto the deck of a boat, injuring a woman in South Florida.

  • Residents told to avoid harbor dolphin

    The attention residents have been giving to a dolphin swimming near Gloucester's Jodrey State Fish Pier this week may do it more harm than good, two area marine science experts say.



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