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Pairings for Mar/Apr 2007

Pairings for Mar/Apr 2007
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The clues:

First: A favorite with apple-pie lovers. Once one of New England’s favorite tart treats.

Second: This New Hampshire native’s involvement with Boston’s Communist Party in the 1940s became the basis of a movie and a TV series: I Led Three Lives.

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James “Whitey” Bulger has been New England’s most notorious fugitive from justice since 1995; it is widely assumed that he is living outside the United States. The Blizzard of ’78 left thousands of motorists blinded by swirling snow and stranded on highways.

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