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  • The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center to watch as the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center to watch as the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • Workers prepare to raise the silver spire atop the 1 World Trade Center building in New York early Friday May 10, 2013. The 408-foot spire will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. An LED-powered light emanating from it will be seen from miles away. When it is fully installed on the buildingís roof, it will bring the iconic structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Workers prepare to raise the silver spire atop the 1 World Trade Center building in New York early Friday May 10, 2013. The 408-foot spire will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. An LED-powered light emanating from it will be seen from miles away. When it is fully installed on the buildingís roof, it will bring the iconic structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • Workers prepare to raise the silver spire atop the 1 World Trade Center building in New York early Friday May 10, 2013. The 408-foot spire will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. An LED-powered light emanating from it will be seen from miles away. When it is fully installed on the buildingís roof, it will bring the iconic structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Workers prepare to raise the silver spire atop the 1 World Trade Center building in New York early Friday May 10, 2013. The 408-foot spire will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. An LED-powered light emanating from it will be seen from miles away. When it is fully installed on the buildingís roof, it will bring the iconic structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • Iron workers pose for photos on the roof of One World Trade center before the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Iron workers pose for photos on the roof of One World Trade center before the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • Iron workers pose for photos on the roof of One World Trade center before the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Iron workers pose for photos on the roof of One World Trade center before the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • A crane lifts into place a 408-foot spire at the top of One World Trade Center seen from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. With the spire, the building rises at a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

      A crane lifts into place a 408-foot spire at the top of One World Trade Center seen from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. With the spire, the building rises at a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

  • Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center after the final piece of spire was hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center after the final piece of spire was hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • A 408-foot spire is set into place at the top of One World Trade Center seen from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. With the spire, the building rises at a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

      A 408-foot spire is set into place at the top of One World Trade Center seen from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. With the spire, the building rises at a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

  • A 408-foot spire is set into place at the top of One World Trade Center seen from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. With the spire, the building rises at a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

      A 408-foot spire is set into place at the top of One World Trade Center seen from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. With the spire, the building rises at a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

  • Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center to watch as the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center to watch as the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The final piece of spire is hoisted in place on top of One World Trade Center, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is lifted as it is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is lifted as it is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center to watch as the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

      Iron workers gather on the roof of One World Trade center to watch as the final piece of spire is hoisted in place, Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The addition of the spire, and its raising of the buildingís height to 1,776 feet, would make One World Trade Center the tallest structure in the U.S. and third-tallest in the world. (AP photo/Mark Lennihan)

  • One World Trade Center stands at its full height above the New York City skyline in this view from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. A 408-foot spire was set into place at the top of the structure Friday, making the building a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

      One World Trade Center stands at its full height above the New York City skyline in this view from the Heights neighborhood of Jersey City, N.J., Friday, May 10, 2013. A 408-foot spire was set into place at the top of the structure Friday, making the building a symbolic 1,776 feet tall. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

  • The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

      The silver spire topping One World Trade Center is fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet on Friday, May 10, 2013 in New York. The 408-foot spire, weighing 758 tons, will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

 

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