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In opposing 'heightism,' she has found her cause

Ellen Frankel once climbed to the base of Mount Everest. ‘‘Ultimately,’’ she says, ‘‘we are all dwarfed’’ by the mountain. Ellen Frankel once climbed to the base of Mount Everest. ‘‘Ultimately,’’ she says, ‘‘we are all dwarfed’’ by the mountain. (ACCUSOFT INC.)
By Taryn Plumb
Globe Correspondent / January 17, 2008

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Hold the comments. Ellen Frankel, from her neck-craning 4 feet 8 inches, knows them all. (Full article: 1154 words)

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