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Pictures: 2010 Wellington Sevens Parade Costumes

Pictures: Best of the Wellington Sevens’ Parade Costumes 2010

Images by Rory MacKinnon

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See also:
2010 Wellington Sevens Costumes Pics (Part 3)
2010 Wellington Sevens Costumes Pics (Part Two)
2010 Wellington Sevens Costumes Pics (Part One)

Wellington’s Lambton Quay was swamped with Sevens supporters on Thursday, many in costume – although a particularly plucky Air New Zealand cabin crew dispensed with clothes entirely.

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