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Re: 'IRENE' Retired
      Thu Aug 30 2012 12:50 AM

If the name Isaac is retired (and thats just an IF for now), it will become the 10th 'I' storm to have been retired - more than any other letter. Currently tied with 'C' with 9 retired names.
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