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    :: Thursday, August 03, 2006 ::

    From Big Dig to big digs -- Lexington home made from scrap - By Ken Maguire, AP, Boston.com
    Looking up in the 800-square-foot great room, featuring a 27-foot ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows in one corner, Pedini points to three highway slabs that are the underside of his roof. Numbers scrawled on the concrete indicate where the slabs once sat as part of a temporary highway. This section of the home was built second, on the spot where a crane was parked to lift and drop the concrete slabs in place on the first section.
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