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The Associated Press STILL CLEANING: Late in November, a backhoe operator levels a storm-damaged home in the Breezy Point section of the Queens borough of New York. The splintered plywood, mangled appliances and sodden sheetrock, as well as shreds of clothing and family photos will be added to the increasing piles of rubble being cleared in New York as the cleanup from Superstorm Sandy continues.

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