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  1. Tortuga Days (NewsInitiative.org via Yahoo! News)
  2. Yacht Club showcases sailing classes, social events (The Acorn)
  3. 15th Asian Games Doha 2006/Sailing: Kevin to train with French team (New Straits Times)
  4. Sailing: Stamm sails away from stalled rivals (Independent)
  5. Legal expert sees smooth sailing for Hariri tribunal (The Daily Star Lebannon)
  6. PSJ man reunited with wandering sailboat - Florida Today
  7. OUTDOORS REPORT Sailing Around the World is Easy; Getting Set to Go is the Hard Part (RedNova)
  8. Smooth sailing for N. Oriental's P840M budget (Sun Star)
  9. Vikings Sailing Club - presentation of cheque and course certificates (di-ve)
  10. County elections chief predicts smooth sailing Nov. 7 (Gainesville Sun)
  11. Theft puts sailing club at risk (Worthing Today)
  12. Ferry sailing causes concern for Maritime Union (Scoop.co.nz)
  13. Sailing: High price paid after violent storm hits Oceans race (The Herald)
  14. Solo sailing legend vows to carry on round the world (Guardian Unlimited)
  15. Starbucks Seen Sailing Into India (Forbes)
  16. Sailing: How to enjoy your retirement (Independent)
  17. Watery mountains force sailing hero to make for port (Times Online)
  18. Old runway to become Hong Kong cruise port (International Herald Tribune)
  19. Some tweaks can heighten Jezebel's allure (Austin American-Statesman)
  20. Botswana: Bulldogg On The Comeback Trail (AllAfrica.com)
  21. France (AGMnews)
  22. Sterling Hayden Profile (About.com)
  23. And then there were two (Yachting and Boating World)
  24. Coast Guard hunts man in mini-sailboat - Florida Today
  25. Morse code saves stricken vessel (Yachting and Boating World)
  26. Unidentified Armed Men Detain Russian Yacht in Eritrea (Mosnews)
  27. Update: Russian yacht detained by Eritrean officials -Kamchatka official (Russian Information Agency Novosti)
  28. Extreme sailing (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  29. Whatever floats your boat (thebusinessonline.com)
  30. Ready for liftoff (The Natchez Democrat)
  31. Brokerage boats for sale (Yachting and Boating World)
  32. Tortoise and the hare (Yachting Monthly)
  33. But don't let him go on about "The Whiz Kids" (Seattle Times)
  34. Russian yacht, two-man crew detained in Eritrea (Russian Information Agency Novosti)
  35. US NAVY DECLARE WAR ON CLYDE FERRY (Daily Record)
  36. Sailing corner (Pensacola News Journal)
  37. I'LL BLOW YOU OUT OF THE WATER (Daily Record)
  38. NYC starting crackdown on film piracy (AP via Yahoo! News)
  39. Longhorns Finally Finding Leaders (KXAN 36 Austin)
  40. Sailing down the Nile (Newsday)
  41. Rescued After Sailboat Overturns - WBAL Channel.com
  42. LIVE TRAFFIC: Clear sailing (Florida Today)
  43. Panama Canal plan sailing to a win (South Bend Tribune)
  44. Camels Place Fifth In Boston (New London Day)
  45. What to be: Silly or scary? (The Iowa City Press-Citizen)
  46. America's Cup Winner Bill Koch Joins Board of Rocket Racing League (The Auto Channel)
  47. Developer encounters smooth sailing (BizJournals)
  48. Sailboat explosion burns 2 in Brielle - Newark Star Ledger
  49. Bulletin Board / News and Notes (RedNova)
  50. Morton 3 - Stranraer 0 (The Herald)
  51. Sailing: Thomson races ahead (Guardian Unlimited)
  52. Sailing: Alone again after 37 years, Knox-Johnston sets sail (Independent)
  53. Markets (Oct 20) (The Hindu)
  54. British travel writer Eric Newby dies (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
  55. Light winds at the first day of the 2006 Soling Worlds (Sailing1st.com)
  56. The 36th Soling World Championship preview (Sailing1st.com)
  57. NO. 2 MICHIGAN 20, IOWA 6: SMOOTH SAILING (Detroit Free Press)
  58. Outdoors notebook (Miami Herald)
  59. Top 25 Results (Austin American-Statesman)
  60. Swedish ship Gotheborg arriving in Singapore on Dec 30 (Channel NewsAsia via Yahoo! Singapore News)
  61. Sen. Ted Kennedy Sailing to 8th Election Win (WBZ.com)
  62. Sports: Dover chills Alvirne (The Nashua Telegraph)
  63. These captains operate their ships by radio - Florida Times-Union
  64. CAMPAIGN 2006 / Governor?s race / Schwarzenegger gives millions to his campaign (San Francisco Chronicle)
  65. Swedish ship Gotheborg arriving in Singapore on 30th December (Channel NewsAsia via Yahoo! Singapore News)
  66. Hotel at Ranch moving along (The Fort Collins Coloradoan)
  67. Casting About (RedNova)
  68. Argonauts' offence sailing with no wind (Calgary Sun)
  69. CAMPAIGN 2006 / Schwarzenegger gives millions to his campaign (San Francisco Chronicle)
  70. Stage set for Dubai to Muscat sail race (Khaleej Times)
  71. New Link Makes Road to Cape Cod Clear Sailing (New York Times)
  72. Greenpeace expedition ship sailing to Honolulu (Honolulu Advertiser)
  73. Sailing: Golding plots 'cool' course to beat gales and rivals (Independent)
  74. America's Cup Winner Bill Koch Joins Board of Rocket Racing League (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
  75. Smooth sailing around Howard Street (San Francisco Chronicle)
  76. Sea Scouts Might Fold After High Court Passes (Berkeley Daily Planet)
  77. Coles Ave. repaving completed (Maple Shade Progress)
  78. Smooth sailing for storm pond (Pincher Creek Echo)
  79. Naked, drugged driver charged in fatality (The Buffalo News)
  80. End of tunnel in sight (The West Australian)
  81. Washed-up sailboat languishes on Ocean City beach - Press of Atlantic City
  82. Sailing Vinacapital-sponsored Hong Kong-Vietnam race to start (Nhan Dan)
  83. Sport (Times of Malta)
  84. GANNETT NJ NEWSPAPERS (Home News Tribune)
  85. Sailing in place: The pleasures of single-country cruises (Seattle Times)
  86. Karetny's son: I saw no cracks in pier (Philadelphia Daily News)
  87. Minus foursome, Argents host Tigers in key match (Times Leader)
  88. Nude driver arrested in crash that kills New York pedestrian (Pravda)
  89. 'Spirit of 1608' still sailing Chesapeake Bay (Daily Press)
  90. Club offers kids chance to Try Out Sailing at lake (Orlando Sentinel)
  91. Life is never plain sailing for adventurous Golding (Daily Telegraph)
  92. 81-year-old man boating on Intracoastal stabbed in chest by stingray (Sun-Sentinel)
  93. Ready for liftoff (The Natchez Democrat)
  94. Club news (The Norman Transcript)
  95. Stittle moves up (Orangeville Banner)
  96. Sailing without sight: Reading man wins bronze in unique race (Town Online)
  97. Kicker Bell's flaw in foot, not head (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
  98. Sailor Takes New Heart Around World (NBC San Diego)
  99. Steve Fossett plans a run at another record (Vail Daily)
  100. Colts shake rust off to face Skins (WTHR Indianapolis)
  101. The Cat returns to seabridge for third six-month stint (Tobago News)
  102. One Dead After Nude Driver Goes On Wild Ride (WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley)
  103. Nude Driver Arrested after Killing Pedestrian (1010 WINS New York)
  104. Brady, receivers working hard on passing game (Patriot Ledger)
  105. Naked Driver Arrested in Pedestrian's Death (WCBS 880 New York)
  106. New race director for Figaro (Yachting and Boating World)
  107. Carpenter fails to finish job (NorthJersey.com)
  108. Soling Worlds gets off lightly (Yachting and Boating World)
  109. Making Waves 319 - Published Monday 16 October 2006 (International Sailing Federation)
  110. click here (Yachting Monthly)
  111. Star Track: Anna Tunnicliffe (Daily Press)
  112. Blessing of the fleet on again (Mandurah Mail)
  113. 'Spirit of 1608' still sailing Chesapeake Bay (Daily Press)
  114. Second-chance sailor (Pioneer Press)
  115. Lawsuits trail flyover project (Town Online)
  116. Top Stories (Powell River Peak)
  117. Sailing back into history (Daily Press)
  118. Yachting success (The Budapest Sun)
  119. 81-year-old man boating on Intracoastal stabbed in chest by stingray (Sun-Sentinel)
  120. 82-year-old man stabbed in chest with stingray barb on Intracoastal (Sun-Sentinel)
  121. Sailboat Burns in South Florida Bay - First Coast News
  122. Club offers kids chance to Try Out Sailing at lake (Orlando Sentinel)
  123. Blaze destroys sailboat in Estero Bay - The News-Press
  124. Life is never plain sailing for adventurous Golding (Daily Telegraph)
  125. Full field takes to waters in Dunedin Cup (St. Petersburg Times)
  126. Smooth sailing over for Eagles (Courier-Post)
  127. Rice to ask S Korea to aid inspections (RTÉ News)
  128. New cruise terminal makes debut (New Orleans Times-Picayune)
  129. Waters full for Dunedin Cup (St. Petersburg Times)
  130. Fire destroys 50-foot sailboat on Ohio, no injuries reported - Ledger Independent
  131. Scouts suffer setback in Supreme Court case over discrimination (Provo Daily Herald)
  132. Man rescued from sinking boat at Lake Ming - One Bakersfield Online
  133. Sportshows Television and Octagon CSI Win International Sailing Federation's ISAF Sailing World Championships TV Deal (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
  134. Meridian sees smooth sailing in '07 (Ionia Sentinel-Standard)
  135. The Royal Yachting Association (Royal Yachting Association)
  136. As jetliners descend, so will their volume (San Jose Mercury News)
  137. Crimson Boaters Enjoy End of Autumn (The Harvard Crimson)
  138. Boater Hurt In Fire Off Isles Of Shoals - WCSH-TV
  139. Supreme Court refuses to hear Boy Scouts discrimination case (The Advocate)
  140. The Making of a $30 Million Sailboat - BusinessWeek
  141. Action County, Dan Dacey (Summit Daily News)
  142. LATEST HEADLINES (PlanetOut)
  143. Badger season ends with smooth sailing Sunday (Ludington Daily News)
  144. High Court Won't Review Berkeley Sea Scouts Case (CBS 5 Bay Area)
  145. Editorial: Immediate cleanup (Sun Star)
  146. Boater hurt in fire off Isles of Shoals - Boston Globe
  147. High court won't review Boy Scout case (AP via Yahoo! News)
  148. Supreme Court won't review Berkeley Sea Scouts' case (San Francisco Chronicle)
  149. Decemberists sailing to UK (Drowned In Sound)
  150. Supreme Court Denies Berkeley Boy Scout Troop (NBC 11 Bay Area)
  151. Cruise Ship Sailing Again (WLOX-TV Biloxi)
  152. Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Berkeley Sea Scout Case (KRXI-TV Reno)
  153. Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Berkeley Sea Scout Case (KTVU 2 San Francisco)
  154. Sweep weekend for W. hockey (The Daily Free Press)
  155. A GOP governor at home in a Democrat stronghold / Hawaii's Lingle sailing to re-election in an extremely blue state (San Francisco Chronicle)
  156. World Military Sailing Championship in Mumbai from Sunday (New Kerala)
  157. BASIS POINT-Ship financing activity picks up in Asia Pacific (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)
  158. Bears ride high behind ton of talent, little luck (Contra Costa Times)
  159. Golden return for Robertson (Yachting and Boating World)
  160. Sailing-Doha waters off-limits to Asian Games hopefuls (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)
  161. Sailors from world over vie in Mumbai (Yahoo! India News)
  162. Thai Airways eyes 'smooth sailing' at Suvarnabhumi by November (MCOT)
  163. Sailing: Robertson leads way in Scots medal hat-trick (The Herald)
  164. America?s Cup sea-dogs to renew battle off Fremantle (The West Australian)
  165. College Exhibition: Braunschweig University of Art Show 2006 (Car Design News)
  166. Sailing: Robertson back to claim gold (Guardian Unlimited)
  167. Student teacher relationships fraught with societal rules, power imbalances (CNews)
  168. CMA sailing cruises at recent meets (Vallejo Times-Herald)
  169. Some deadlines for passports delayed again (Inside Bay Area)
  170. SWANSEA SAILING (ITV.com)
  171. Destination: dining (The Morning Call)
  172. Revamped Changi Point offers breathtaking views of coastline (Channel NewsAsia)
  173. Wey-hey anchor! (icNewcastle - Sunday Sun)
  174. In pursuit of a fascinating challenge... and glory (Times of Malta)
  175. HIGH SEAS MISADVENTURE: 'Age of Pirates' likely to leave you feeling robbed (Detroit Free Press)
  176. Sailing always inspires, but this was special (The News-Press)
  177. Islamic court removed pirates' threat: Council (Khaleej Times)
  178. Cruise Ship to set sail from New Orleans (AP via Yahoo! News)
  179. An Accidental Canadian Finds Her Environmental Footing (New York Times)
  180. Ramsey Ludington's boat to be officially launched in April (The Valley News)
  181. Sun City goes before supervisors Tuesday (Red Bluff Daily News)
  182. Sailboat Killer Seeks Parole - Turn to 10.com
  183. World Military Sailing Championship in Mumbai from Sunday (New Kerala)
  184. Sailboat killer seeks parole; says he panicked - WHDH-TV
  185. Leaving their mark on the metro (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
  186. Storing a boat can be plain sailing (Daily Telegraph)
  187. Paul Muldoon at full sail with two new works (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
  188. Killer instincts - North Shore Sunday
  189. Traffic picks up around Comerica Park (Lansing State Journal)
  190. Surviving Maimoni - North Shore Sunday
  191. 'MacCamp' offers classes for all Apple users (The Hillsboro Argus)
  192. ISAF Sailing World Championships 2007 (International Sailing Federation)
  193. Coxswain admits driving and sailing under influence of alcohol (The Scotsman)
  194. HOLLY column (Bridgeton News)
  195. Clear sailing for Stanback (Tacoma News Tribune)
  196. Smooth sailing at Costco (Everett Herald)
  197. Gulf rail (St. Petersburg Times)
  198. Body Stop, Sylvia' raise funds for Shelter - Cohasset Mariner
  199. Sailing in style (iafrica.com)
  200. Body Stop and Sylvia's to raise funds for animal shelter - Scituate Mariner
  201. Rose's defensive anchor (The Daily Reflector)
  202. Sailing: No training for team in Doha (New Straits Times)
  203. Heard It On The Grapevine (Babylon Beacon)
  204. Lost: ?Glass Ballerina? Recap - TV Cocktail Blog
  205. Sailing-Defender wants America's Cup every two years (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)
  206. Mansfield winner no stranger to acclaim (TVNZ)
  207. High winds cancel Badger sailing (Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter)
  208. Gales of October? (Ludington Daily News)
  209. Mystery Deepens in New 'Lost' Episode - San Francisco Chronicle
  210. Flood victims call for suspension of tourist boats (The Nation)
  211. The Royal Yachting Association (Royal Yachting Association)
  212. Grimshaw wins Mansfield Award (NZCity)
  213. Sailing team faces D-I competition in league (Daily Princetonian)
  214. Sailing in a new direction (Long Beach Press-Telegram)
  215. A single week (Detroit News)
  216. Straightlaced Approach to Shaw's Leisure Class Satire (The New York Sun)
  217. Longhorns find leaders (News 8 Austin)
  218. Sailing: Rufina confident of golden outing (New Straits Times)
  219. Panic attack sets new course for ferry's maiden voyage (CBC)
  220. Sailing south for the winter (Chicago Tribune)
  221. Smooth Sailing (The Mass Media)
  222. Solar sailing - poised to take off (New Scientist)
  223. Steve Braese lives his sailing, racing dreams (Woburn Daily Times Chronicle)
  224. Indian shipping industry in tax mess (NDTV Profit)
  225. Longhorns Finally Finding Leaders (KXAN 36 Austin)
  226. Sailboat killer seeks parole; says he panicked (Gloucester Daily Times)
  227. Longhorns finally finding leaders (KVII 7 Amarillo)
  228. Longhorns finally finding leaders (NewsChannel 10 Amarillo)
  229. Children learn the ropes in new yachting programme (The Scotsman)
  230. The Sun says sorry to Naomi Campbell (New Kerala)
  231. Setting the Record Straight The World Speed Sailing Record Committee (WSSR) have announced that endurance rower Maud de (Yachting and Boating World)
  232. Sailboat Killer Seeks Parole; Says He Panicked - TheDay (subscription)
  233. Woman's killer seeks freedom, says his `sailing days are over' (Boston Globe)
  234. Club sailing, table tennis start well (Oregon Daily Emerald)
  235. Setting the Record Straight The World Speed Sailing Record Committee (WSSR) have announced that endurance rower Maud de (Yachting Monthly)
  236. Killer won't sail again, so he asks for parole (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)
  237. Make regatta safer - Miami Herald
  238. Leaders emerging for Texas (El Paso Times)
  239. Johnson, Kovacs Secure Nationals Berths (The Harvard Crimson)
  240. Champion of the $50 sailboat race (KING 5 Seattle)
  241. Seaside Living (New York Times)
  242. Sailboat killer seeks parole; says he panicked - Eyewitness News
  243. Community packs a punch (The Star)
  244. Sailboat killer seeks parole; says he panicked (Boston Globe)
  245. Sailboat killer seeks parole; says he panicked - Boston Globe
  246. Smooth Sailing (The Mass Media)
  247. Naden Band releases songs of the sea (Lookout)
  248. Town and Village (Suffolk Free Press)
  249. Ole Miss: Grove party crackdown went smoothly (Hattiesburg American)
  250. Brailsford Killer Asks For Parole - Boston Channel.com