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    :: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 ::

    Survival, relief at shipyard - Hampton Union, NH
    In June, about 8,000 shipyard workers and supporters wearing Save Our Shipyard T-shirts lined the streets outside the yard, creating what has been dubbed a 'sea of yellow,' greeting four visiting commission members.

    Phil Geraci, shipyard worker for nearly 40 years and a steward with the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, said he believed the T-shirts and the community support made the difference.
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