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Photos: The twenty best costumes at the 2012 Turkey Trot

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Usually, Thanksgiving day means eating so much turkey we eventually feel like a turkey -- and then fall asleep and have dreams about turkeys. But for the runners at the 2012 Mile High United Way Turkey Trot, yesterday involved actually dressing up as one (and also running to raise money for charity). Continue reading for our twenty favorite costumes from the event, and visit our full slide show for more photos. 20. 19. 18. 17. 16.

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