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February 6, 2010 12:00 AM

Women line up to praise Jenny Sanford, buy book

Sullivan's Island, where first lady Jenny Sanford and her four sons live, doesn't have a bookstore. So on Friday, a steady stream of its female residents and those of nearby islands made their way to the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Mount Pleasant.

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