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Miss Turks & Caicos Heads Home‏
By Esther Swan
Aug 22, 2009 - 3:20:18 PM

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Miss Turks and Caicos Jewel Selver in her swimsuit.


"Jewel Selver representing Turks & Caicos at the Miss Universe pageant will return home to recover from dehydration.

The Miss Universe Organization wishes Jewel a speedy recovery and appreciates her hard work throughout the past weeks on location in the Bahamas.

Jewel represented her country with grace and will be included in the pre-taped portions of the telecast."


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