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“BOURNE - Benjamin P. Mattos, Sr., 84, of Bourne, MA, formerly of Fall River, MA, died at home on Nov. 1st, surrounded by family after a long illness.”
“Maybe now that a fourth "Bourne" is less certain, Universal and the remaining creative players will consider ways to freshen up the series by exploring new, uncharted story avenues.”
“Added USATODAY. com columnist Justin Bourne: "It's not unreasonable to ask the question, 'If this country built a second team and it played its first team, who would win?'?”
“USATODAY. com columnist Justin Bourne (non-voter): Like so many Canadians, I want to pick Crosby over Ovechkin, but my heart just cannot convince my head that Sidney is the better player. ...”
“Justin Bourne: What's being said during last-minute timeouts.”
“The original owner of Red Hall, in Bourne, died in 1633.”
“FROM MTV. COM: As millions of moviegoers have learned over the past decade, Jason Bourne is a lethal superspy with deadly hands and an empty memory.”
“If Jason Bourne is an attempt at a script-flipped James Bond, then perhaps another actor could take over the part with the same success as Damon.”
“The British Bourne is a classically trained actor (he includes an early photo of himself opposite Ian McKellen) who's most famous for leading the impish drag troupe Bloolips to jaunty triumphs in London and New York.”
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