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482d Fighter Wing - History - Stations
... Miami International Airport, Florida, 14 June – 1 December 1952 Dobbins AFB, Georgia, 18 May 1955 - November 1957 Homestead AFB (later, Homestead ARB), Florida, 1 April 1981–present Temporarily assigned to ...
Rosie O'Donnell - Personal Life - Coming Out
... against adoption agencies, particularly in Florida, that refused adoptive rights to gay and lesbian parents ... USA Today that she chose to talk to Sawyer because she wanted an investigative piece on Florida's ban on gay adoption ... and how (the case) pertains to me." She spoke about the two gay men in Florida who face having a foster child they raised removed from their home ...
Manatee - Ecology - Range and Habitat - West Indian
... The coast of Georgia is usually the northernmost range of the West Indian manatees because their low metabolic rate does not protect them in cold water ... Florida manatees can move freely between salinity extremes ... The West Indian manatee migrates into Florida rivers, such as the Crystal, the Homosassa, and the Chassahowitzka Rivers ...
Manatee - Relation To Humans - Captivity
... The oldest manatee in captivity is Snooty, at the South Florida Museum ... on (1948-07-21)July 21, 1948 and came to the South Florida Museum in Bradenton, Florida in 1949 ...
West Florida Regional Library - Funding and Administration
... The West Florida Public Library System is administered by the West Florida Public Library Board, which is made up of nine members, three of which are ... Jay Navarre Milton branches) used to be a part of the West Florida Regional Library system, they have since parted ways, hence the name change to 'West Florida Public Library' ...

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