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Weathering the snowstorm?

Whining belies hardy reputation

A pedestrian without boots walked through slush on Boylston Street yesterday. Forty-degree temperatures melted much of the snowfall. A pedestrian without boots walked through slush on Boylston Street yesterday. Forty-degree temperatures melted much of the snowfall. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / December 15, 2007

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We're supposed to be known for our hardiness, for the way we embrace the elements with stoicism and even a touch of pride. (Full article: 832 words)

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