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By DON MELVIN
The Associated Press
Published: April 22, 2013
ZONNEBEKE, Belgium -- The Tyne Cot cemetery sweeps gently down the slope, the nearly 12,000 headstones aligned in solemn rows of gleaming white. Beyond the walls stretch Flanders Fields, dotted by red farmhouse roofs. For the stage of some of World War I's worst carnage, the scene is tranquility itself - but over the whisper of wind floats a whine like a dentist's drill.
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