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John Davis of Hyannis found some amusement in having to walk sideways to squeeze through a path between high mounds of snow to get from Main Street in downtown Hyannis to the sidewalk.
A student made her way to the Clap School in Dorchester yesterday.

1-month snowfall a 113-year high

$28m more asked to clear streets

By Glen Johnson and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / January 27, 2005

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The dazzling oceanside setting that makes Cape Cod a tourist destination contributed yesterday to another furious onslaught of snow that fell from Falmouth to Provincetown, as Massachusetts endured a winter storm that helped set a record for the highest monthly snowfall in 113 years -- and left everyone from public-works crews to shop owners and motorists frazzled and fatigued. (Full article: 1145 words)

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