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Stone carver Andy Uhl works on repairing the base to a decorative piece of carved stone in the Washington National Cathedral stone carvers workshop. Thursday marks the six-month anniversary of the Aug. 23 earthquake that caused extensive damage to the cathedral. Above, scaffolding and a warning tape testify to the unfinished state of repairs. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

Stone carver Andy Uhl works on repairing the base to a decorative piece of carved stone in the Washington National Cathedral stone carvers workshop. Thursday marks the six-month anniversary of the Aug. 23 earthquake that caused extensive damage to the cathedral. Above, scaffolding and a warning tape testify to the unfinished state of repairs. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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