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Cruising from Brazil to Cape Verde

Polly Anna Harris received her master's degree in mathematics from UT Knoxville in 1968, was formerly a part-time instructor of mathematics at UT.

"I am pictured in front of the cruise ship Insignia in Porto Grande, Cape Verde Islands, off the coast of Africa, on March 19, 2008. My husband and I were on a cruise aboard the Insignia from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Barcelona, Spain.

"We celebrated our birthdays --- mine on March 21, which was Good Friday, and my husband's on March 23, which was Easter. That won't happen again until 2160."Also Harris noted, "Everyone on the ship who saw the shirt was very curious about it."

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