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David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/2009
When it snows in Boston, residents use a variety of household objects to save parking spaces they have shoveled.
Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff/2005
A sawhorse in South Boston.
A broken wooden table in Dorchester.
Dina Rudick/Globe Staff/2007
A recycling bin in South Boston.
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/2009
An oscillating fan in South Boston.
A wooden box in Dorchester.
Bar stools in South Boston.
A wooden sign in the North End.
A variety of items in South Boston.
Wooden chairs in East Boston.
A metal cart with a concrete cylinder block in South Boston.
David L. Ryan/Globe Staff.2009
Camping chairs in Dorchester.
A propane tank in South Boston.
An angry sign left on a parking space saver in Charlestown.
A bucket in Roxbury.
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