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**FILE** Members of the rock group Pink Floyd (from left) David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright, are shown in this 1988 photo. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Members of the rock group Pink Floyd (from left) David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright, are shown in this 1988 photo. (Associated Press)

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Smoke rises from a fire in an abandoned commercial building on Detroit's east side on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014. Battalion Chief Richard Wright says a firefighter was injured when he fell at least 10 feet from an aerial lift to ground after being hit by flying bricks. Wright says the six-story building has been burning for about a week and the department's strategy is to spray water on it whenever possible. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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Firefighters work the scene of a fire at an abandoned commercial building on Detroit's east side, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014. Battalion Chief Richard Wright says a firefighter was injured when he fell at least 10 feet from an aerial lift to ground after being hit by flying bricks. Wright says the six-story building has been burning for about a week and the department's strategy is to spray water on it whenever possible. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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Lawyer Richard Wright speaks May 18, 2012, about a plaque containing moon rocks in his law office at Wright, Stanish & Winckler in Las Vegas. The plaque and moon rocks were originally presented as a gift to the people of Nicaragua by President Nixon. (Associated Press/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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Lawyer Richard Wright speaks May 18, 2012, about a plaque containing moon rocks in his law office at Wright, Stanish & Winckler in Las Vegas. The plaque and moon rocks were originally presented as a gift to the people of Nicaragua by President Nixon. (Associated Press/Las Vegas Review-Journal)