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“Chilly temperatures: After some unusual late-spring heat for the central and southern USA this week, temperatures will cool to below average for almost the entire USA over the weekend.”
“Paula Fay, a late-spring blooming herbaceous peony”
“As the temperature climbed to 97 degrees Thursday, much of New York went about its day in near ignorance of the late-spring swelter.”
“The Giants, who now have a World Series Championship to add to their local appeal, account for the three highest-priced games in Arizona this spring: home games in Scottsdale, Ariz., against the Dodgers ($471) and Rockies ($205), and a late-spring road game at the Dodgers' swanky Camelback Ranch complex in Glendale, Calif., ($206).”
“A slight nip in an otherwise balmy late-spring Chinese evening gave an edge to the polished set the Los Angeles-based jazz quartet, Freedom Jazz Movement, laid down at SIAS University in Henan Province this evening.”
“THE HEIR TO THE THRONE Gelateria Cappadonia | There's little reason to visit the inland town of Cerda, save for the late-spring artichoke festival and Antonio Cappadonia's family-run shop just downhill from the statue of the place's favorite thistle.”
“Misspelling Mass in an ad, using the WTC as a stock photo. reminds me of a rippling stream on a warm late-spring day.”
“Much of his campaign team quit after he and his wife, Callista, took a late-spring vacation to the Greek Islands after months of erratic campaigning.”
“I'm looking forward to playing Bethpage again next year, when it's not under water," said Jim Furyk, referring to the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Opens there that were marred by heavy late-spring rain storms.”
“Gulf crabs, which grace many a late-spring feast in Maryland, are still available, say wholesalers and restaurateurs.”
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