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  • "Spotters" will find the cars they want, then quickly dispatch a car filled with thieves.

    Auto Thefts Plague Border Region

  • "Spotters" trailed couples to New York City locations (Saint Patrick's Cathedral, a zoo, FAO Schwarz), tabulated scores, and provided play-by-play description.

    Air Pollution

  • Aloud he said only, "Spotters," and passed the ropes to the boys.

    The Reign of Istar

  • Spies, or "Spotters," as the road men term them, are kept constantly travelling over the lines to watch the conductors.

    The Secrets of the Great City

  • - Trained and dynamic service staff that are proud to call themselves "Spotters" who enjoy serving their customers and make them feel at home.

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  • "So you get, for example, in places such as Spotters Inn on the Kosciusko Road where there used to be snow, even in the mid-70s people would be skating on the lakes there.

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  • In a recent New Yorker article, "The Hot Spotters", Atul Gawande wrote compellingly about the efforts that some committed health care providers in Camden, NJ, are making to improve the health of their sickest, costliest patients.

    James R. Knickman: Eliminate the "Health Gap"

  • Spotters will notice the amount of helicopters that come for the rescue and that early warning signal will allow them to increase the protection of their asset.

    Afghanistan hostage rescue attempt was 'always a high-risk strategy'

  • Spotters at the remote ground stations reported seeing five different colored "Foo Fighters" take off from around the area near the airport.

    Foo Fighters

  • Spotters are stationed near each instrument cluster with video recorders to capture any unusual activity should anything be noticed.

    Foo Fighters

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