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Da·na

(dā'nă),
Charles L., U.S. neurologist, 1852-1935. See: Dana operation, Putnam-Dana syndrome.
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Runners make a turnaround at the bottom of the cliffs formally known as Killer Dana, a famous surf spot of the '60s and pass the Pilgrim, a full-size replica of the hide brig immortalized by Richard Henry Dana Jr.
Role models are few and far between for our youth and Richard Henry Dana is a great role model that few know about.
Based on the Richard Henry Dana novel, ``Two Years Before the Mast,'' the show is a musical excursion along the California coast off- and on-board the Pilgrim.