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Enriqueta Gil watches as her daughters, eight-year-old Diana Gil-Velasco, right, six-year-old Elizabeth Gil-Velasco, second left, are served donated hot meals by volunteers  Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, outside the Belmar recreation center in Belmar, N.J. After being battered by Monday's storm surge by Superstorm Sandy much of the region is still without power and many homes have been damaged. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Enriqueta Gil watches as her daughters, eight-year-old Diana Gil-Velasco, right, six-year-old Elizabeth Gil-Velasco, second left, are served donated hot meals by volunteers Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, outside the Belmar recreation center in Belmar, N.J. After being battered by Monday's storm surge by Superstorm Sandy much of the region is still without power and many homes have been damaged. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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