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    Boston Mayor Tom Menino speaks from his wheelchair during a news conference, as Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and public safety officials watch, in Watertown, Mass. on April 19, 2013. REUTERS

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    Boston Mayor Tom Menino talks to reporters as he arrives for the Boston College Chief Executives' Club of Boston luncheon in Boston on Sept. 25, 2013, one day after the preliminary runoff to elect a new mayor to succeed Menino, who said he would not seek an unprecedented sixth term in office. REUTERS

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    Terry McAuliffe, left, National Democratic Party Chairman, U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy and Boston Mayor Tom Menino, sign a contract in Boston on Dec. 17, 2002, officially agreeing that the 2004 Democratic Convention will be held in Boston. REUTERS

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    Boston Mayor Tom Menino talks on his mobile phone about preparations for the Democratic National Convention while touring the convention podium as preparations continue in the FleetCenter in Boston, July 24, 2004. REUTERS

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    Boston Mayor Tom Menino presents Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz with an award to commemorate Ortiz' 400th career home run before the MLB American League baseball game against New York Yankees at Fenway Park. REUTERS

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    Race officials accompany Boston mayor Marty Walsh, former mayor Tom Menino, race grand marshal and former winner Bill Rogers at the finish line of the 2014 Boston Marathon on Boylston Street. REUTERS/Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

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    President Clinton grabs Boston Mayor Tom Menino by the arm as they share a laugh at a juvenile crime and justice seminar at the University of Massachusetts in Boston. The two men were laughing after a participant used a weight loss metaphor in the roundtable discussion, then hastened to explain he was not referring to the president when he said that it is easier to lose the first 20 pounds when dieting than the second 20. REUTERS

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    Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, former Mayor Thomas Menino, and four-time Boston Marathon champion Bill Rodgers walk past the finish line before the start of the 118th Boston Marathon in Boston. The Associated Press

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