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November 18, 1990 | RUDY ABRAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just before dawn one day last month, in a million-gallon caldron encased in reinforced concrete and buried six feet underground, a vile brew of radioactive waste heaved and gurgled, and then--right on schedule--emitted a huge burp of hydrogen. For reasons that scientists do not understand, this unnerving drama has been recurring every 80 to 109 days for the past 10 years. From seething sludge at the bottom of Waste Tank 101-SY at the sprawling Hanford U.S.
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November 18, 1990 | RUDY ABRAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just before dawn one day last month, in a million-gallon caldron encased in reinforced concrete and buried six feet underground, a vile brew of radioactive waste heaved and gurgled, and then--right on schedule--emitted a huge burp of hydrogen. For reasons that scientists do not understand, this unnerving drama has been recurring every 80 to 109 days for the past 10 years. From seething sludge at the bottom of Waste Tank 101-SY at the sprawling Hanford U.S.
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November 22, 1985 | JULIE CART, Times Staff Writer
Linda Sharp, the USC women's basketball coach, can remember the problems of going into a season ranked No. 1. Well, she can just barely remember. She seems to remember something about phone calls from sportswriters and a lot of speaking engagements. After the Trojans' dismal (for them) record last season, Sharp's phone calls have all come to contain two words: "What happened?"
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