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“That's at least 20 times the cost of the last U.S. S.mmer Olympics, the 1996 games in Atlanta.”
“Low-Income Families in U.S. Make the Most of a Vital Lifeline Lombard, Ill. S.mmer camp at the York Community Resource Center in suburban Chicago offers all the usual activities: arts and crafts, sports, computer games, new adventures in reading.”
“The free lunch comes from an underused federal benefit called the S.mmer Food S.rvice Program permanently created by Congress in 1975 and administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.”
“S. O'BRIEN: And then China says it can almost guarantee it's going to be sunny and beautiful at the 2008 S.mmer Olympics.”
“S. O'BRIEN: In today's installment of our series, "S.rviving S.mmer Travel," getting the best value for your vacation dollar.”
“S. O'BRIEN: This morning the final part of our series "S.rviving S.mmer Travel," cruising far a bargain.”
“S. O'BRIEN: We're going to find out any moment now who is going to host the 2012 S.mmer Olympics.”
“S. O'BRIEN: This week in history, a bomb disrupted the 1996 S.mmer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others.”
“S. O'BRIEN: On Dick Ebersol's watch, NBC has become the network of the Olympics, locking up broadcast rights for the Winter and S.mmer Games through 2012.”
“So also it was called St. James's wort, either because that great warrior and saint was the patron of horses, or because it blossoms on his day, July 25th: sometimes also the plant has been styled St.mmer wort.”
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