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Powow poets play their part

By James Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / April 27, 2006

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The exacting wordsmiths who make up the Powow River Poets are an eclectic blend. The 15-year-old group counts among its ranks a former Pentagon insider, a lawyer who has argued before the Supreme Court, a repeat ''Jeopardy!" winner, and a one-time New York Yankees batboy. (Full article: 822 words)

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