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  • Despite spreading distress about the economy, some recent government indicators do suggest early-summer signs of life.

    Economy Sinks Markets

  • The early-summer heat wave will strain the region's electrical grid as millions of air conditioners are cranked up.

    Suddenly, It's Summer Heat

  • The dry, early-summer air, shot through with sunshine, was wine to him.

    Chapter VIII

  • Chaos plagued the Washington, D.C., encampment, which literally sunk in mire as early-summer rains turned “Resurrection City” into a boggy mess.

    Burial for a King

  • Disney's spring and early-summer movies, including "Cars 2" and "Thor" did worse at the box office than "Toy Story 3" and "Iron Man 2" in the same period last year.

    TV, Parks Fuel Disney Profit

  • The rosier outlooks were predicated in part on consumers spending more as early-summer increases in energy prices began to fade.

    Consumer Pullback Slows Recovery

  • Printed Platforms Wedges in batiks, flower prints and embroidery lend a sunny touch to early-summer ensembles.

    Tropical Kick

  • It will drop seed and grow into an early-summer flowering plant that returns dependably, producing enough seed for you to harvest.

    Green Scene: Decide now where to start as you plan your garden - seed or plant?

  • The controversy over same-sex marriage -- sparked by an April 2001 lawsuit by seven gay couples who contended that it was illegal under the equal-protection requirements of the Massachusetts Constitution to deny them marriage licenses -- seemed to dominate the spring and early-summer.

    D. R. Tucker: The Impersonator

  •  Taste of early-summer warmth with shower or storm chance not entering picture until late.

    Forecast: Short sleeves today, jackets tomorrow

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