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October 30, 1992 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In London on Thursday, temperatures ranged from 37 to 52 degrees. At Gulfstream Park, where the ninth Breeders' Cup will be run Saturday, the thermometer peaked at 86 and wasn't expected to fall below 67. The humidity in early afternoon, about 48 hours before the seven-race, $10-million card will be presented, was 93%. For the 20 European horses running Saturday, adjusting to the drastic change in climate is as much of a problem as running faster than their American opponents.
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NEWS
January 16, 1986 | Associated Press
Space shuttle Columbia, which had trouble leaving Earth, had more trouble today when its return was called off because of a frequent Kennedy Space Center jinx--clouds and rain. "We will wave off for 24 hours . . . you're no-go for the deorbit burn," Mission Control communicator Fred Gregory told the astronauts. "Understand, Fred," commander Robert Gibson responded. If Columbia can't return here by Saturday, the ship will be diverted to land at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.
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