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The perils of a crab in unfamiliar waters

By Phil McKenna
Globe Correspondent / August 21, 2006

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When gill-netter Louis Williams returned to Gloucester late last month with a crab five times larger than anything he normally catches, wholesaler Frank Ciaramitaro thought the fisherman was pulling his leg. (Full article: 932 words)

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