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August 27, 1999 | From Associated Press
Hurricane Dennis strengthened as it crept up on the Bahamas on Thursday, sending residents scurrying to grocery stores to stock up on supplies. By this morning, Dennis was expected to be within 40 miles of the Bahamas' Eleuthera Island, a 110-mile-long strip of pink sand with 8,000 residents. In the Bahamian capital, Nassau, boats were hauled out of the harbor and the governor general's official residence was boarded up.
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September 15, 1999 | MIKE CLARY and MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Wind and the early rain of Hurricane Floyd, a storm bigger than half of California, licked across silver-sand beaches stretching from Florida north to the Carolinas on Tuesday as 2 million people were urged to flee and residents of the Bahamas began assessing their damage. Floyd churned northwest, and forecasters said it could strike the southeastern United States with full force late today.
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September 15, 1999 | MIKE CLARY and MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Wind and the early rain of Hurricane Floyd, a storm bigger than half of California, licked across silver-sand beaches stretching from Florida north to the Carolinas on Tuesday as 2 million people were urged to flee and residents of the Bahamas began assessing their damage. Floyd churned northwest, and forecasters said it could strike the southeastern United States with full force late today.
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August 27, 1999 | From Associated Press
Hurricane Dennis strengthened as it crept up on the Bahamas on Thursday, sending residents scurrying to grocery stores to stock up on supplies. By this morning, Dennis was expected to be within 40 miles of the Bahamas' Eleuthera Island, a 110-mile-long strip of pink sand with 8,000 residents. In the Bahamian capital, Nassau, boats were hauled out of the harbor and the governor general's official residence was boarded up.
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