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Jim Rohrer climbs in his truck after dropping off an order of clams to Kingfish Hall in Quincy Market. Clams were harvested in Wellfleet the day before. Jim Rohrer climbs in his truck after dropping off an order of clams to Kingfish Hall in Quincy Market. Clams were harvested in Wellfleet the day before. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
By Natalie Southwick
Globe Correspondent / October 13, 2010

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Jim Rohrer held out until 10:32 a.m. before honking his horn at another driver. But the taxi that swerved in front of him deserved the scolding — braking hard could disrupt the carefully stacked crates in the truck, and clams are a delicate cargo. (Full article: 755 words)

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