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The huge amounts of water churning through the Tacoma Narrows are being studied as a possible source of electric power. Associated Press
Sept. 2, 2007 in City on Page B1
TACOMA – It’s been likened to a giant bellows or a massive fire hose, sending huge amounts of water roiling and churning between Puget Sound’s southern and northern basins with …
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