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Going Bullish on a Heavily Shorted Stock – Barron’s

Going Bullish on a Heavily Shorted StockBarron'sBy STEVEN M. SEARS | MORE ARTICLES BY AUTHOR Aruba Networks, a wireless networking-equipment company, seems ready to rally. Though heavily shorted, the stock is up 30% this year, and could go higher still...

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Carnival Cruise Lines Will Up San Juan Capacity in 2013 – Travel Agent

Travel AgentCarnival Cruise Lines Will Up San Juan Capacity in 2013Travel AgentThe itinerary will feature extended calls at St. Thomas, USVI; Bridgetown, Barbados; St. Lucia, West Indies; St. Kitts, West Indies; and St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles. C...

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St. Martin or St. Maarten: The Friendly Island means good food – Toronto Star

Toronto StarSt. Martin or St. Maarten: The Friendly Island means good foodToronto StarKevin MacLean Special to the Star The first taste of the rich beauty and culture of St. Maarten for many travellers comes when their cruise ship docks at Philipsburg,...

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The immigration fiasco pt. 1 – Nassau Guardian

Nassau GuardianThe immigration fiasco pt. 1Nassau GuardianThe Netherland Antilles launched an immigration amnesty program called the “Brooks Tower Accord” that provided for undocumented aliens in the Netherland Antilles to register themselves, rece...

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Walsh Wildcat E-Zine: Travels to Aruba – my.hsj.org

Walsh Wildcat E-Zine: Travels to Arubamy.hsj.orgI've been to New Hampshire, Maryland, Canada, Florida, Aruba, Venezuela, Paris, Italy, and more. I loved visiting all of those places, but I think that one of the most fun places I've gone to was ...

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He’s most colorful from calf to toe – San Antonio Express

He's most colorful from calf to toeSan Antonio ExpressBy Tony Freemantle Antonio Lopez-Perla (Center) shakes hands with Former President George HW Bush in front of St. Martin's Episcopal Church near the 19th mile marker along Woodway Blvd. duri...

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St. John bond refinancing improves water system’s cash flow – NOLA.com

NOLA.comSt. John bond refinancing improves water system's cash flowNOLA.comHugh Martin of the Foley and Judell law firm told the council the refinancing plan also includes using $783000 in a reserve fund to reduce the principal from nearly $5.8 mil...

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New homes offered to Lake St. Martin flood evacuees – CBC.ca

CTV.caNew homes offered to Lake St. Martin flood evacueesCBC.caSome Lake St. Martin First Nation members who were displaced by last year's floods will soon move into temporary homes set up by the Manitoba government, but not everyone plans to move ...

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Saturday, Feb. 18: St. Martin’s Pancake Breakfast – Weekly Volcano

Saturday, Feb. 18: St. Martin's Pancake BreakfastWeekly VolcanoWe'd eat pancakes for almost any reason or cause, making Saturday's pancake breakfast at Saint Martin's University benefiting the Campus Ministry's annual mission servic...

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