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... Though Federal District Courts generally and traditionally have original and exclusive jurisdiction over "[a]ny civil case of admiralty or maritime jurisdiction," see 28 USC § 1333(1) (2006), such claims can be set forth at law in State court pursuant to the "saving to suitors" clause. ...