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At Logan, many were transfixed by new arrival

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By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / January 21, 2009

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Just as Barack Obama raised his right hand to take the oath of office, a boarding call for Flight 816 to Baltimore shattered the silence in Logan International Airport's Terminal C. Tears in his eyes, Albert Cremin rose reluctantly. Walking backward toward the gate, he never removed his gaze from the television. (Full article: 385 words)

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