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25-Oct-2008

  • Dolphin Integration designs mixed-signal IC for Canadian firm (EETimes.fr)

    Dolphin Integration SA announced it has developed a large mixed-signal circuit as part of a subcontracting agreement for Canadian startup Imaginum.


  • Coast Guard helicopter crash debris recovered off Honolulu (Honolulu Advertiser)

    Salvage experts aboard the Navy ship Salvor have recovered the flight suit of a missing Coast Guard pilot and helicopter parts from the Sept. 4 ocean crash site, officials said yesterday. The bodies of three of the four Coast Guardsmen killed in the crash of the HH-65 Dolphin helicopter were recovered soon after the crash, the Coast Guard said. A pilot, Cmdr. Thomas Nelson, was never found.


  • Poll: Do you think the 2-4 Miami Dolphins can upset the 5-1 Buffalo Bills on Sunday at Dolphin Stadium? (TCPalm.com)

    Yes No


  • AROUND THE STATE (The Tampa Tribune)

    WAKE FOREST AT MIAMI WHEN/WHERE: Noon; Dolphin Stadium; Miami


  • White Station beats Collierville, clinches playoff spot (Memphis Commercial Appeal)

    For much of Friday night's crucial Region 8-5A game against Collierville at Fairgrounds Stadium, Andrew Marino's play resembled that of Dan Marino, the former Miami Dolphin passer and NFL Hall of Famer. Turning in what he called his best performance of the season, Marino was the focal point of a White Station offense that picked apart Collierville's secondary time and again en route to the ...


  • Breaking down Wake Forest at Miami (Orlando Sentinel)

    *KICKOFF: Noon at Dolphin Stadium in Miami


  • Spooky Story Night Promises Frightful Fun (South Shore News & Tribune)

    Apollo Beach Elementary, 501 Apollo Beach Blvd., will host its Spooky Story Night from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday. Besides the spooky storytelling, the Dolphin Dad's will be selling "meal deals," which includes hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and a soda, for a modest fee.


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