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  • Calpe, near Valencia, where some guests at the Diamante Beach Hotel have fallen ill in an outbreak of legionnaire's disease.

    Two British pensioners on Spanish holiday die of legionnaires' disease

  • The September arrival of the Wishbook, the size of a Flintstone steak, touched off a months-long chain of daydreams and fantasies about lives lived in different futures: A Ted Williams first baseman's mitt could send your fate branching off in one direction, or so it seemed, a Coleman camp stove or Roman legionnaire's sword along other avenues entirely.

    Editor's Note

  • The major snatched the comm set from the legionnaire's hand.

    Phule me twice

  • "What do you mean by that," - Snipe peered at the legionnaire's name tag - "Mahatma?"

    Phule me twice

  • "If it's not worn in the regulation manner, it's the same as not wearing it at all," said Snipe, pointing to the legionnaire's upper chest.

    Phule me twice

  • "I don't see where it matters, Sarge," said Roadkill or ... she looked at the legionnaire's name badge ... no, it was Freefall.

    Phule me twice

  • Thirty-six pieces of mosaic and other artifacts, among them two legionnaire's swords, were recovered.

    Troubled Waters

  • The mere threat of the rods would set any legionnaire's pulse to racing madly.

    The Eternal Mercenary

  • On Monday archaeologists presented a Roman legionnaire's sword and sheath found in the tunnel late last month.

  • "You're not going to get legionnaire's disease, dengue fever or have any of those issues if you come to the South-West," Mr Ambrose said. | Top Stories


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