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President George W. Bush meets with Secretary of State Colin Powell, left, Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham, center, and EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman in the Oval Office Thursday, Feb. 27, 2003. White House photo by Paul Morse. President George W. Bush meets with Secretary of State Colin Powell, left, Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham, center, and EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman in the Oval Office Thursday, Feb. 27, 2003. White House photo by Paul Morse.
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