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ARTS-POOH/SEQUEL
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1 Oct. 2009
A plaque dedicated to British author A.A Milne and... more
ARTS-POOH/SEQUEL
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1 Oct. 2009
HARTFIELD, United Kingdom
A plaque dedicated to British author A.A Milne and artist E.H Shepard is pictured in Ashdown Forest in east Sussex, southern England October 1, 2009. Ashdown Forest, a short walk from Hartfield, the home of A.A. Milne and his son Christopher, was the setting for his beloved children's stories "Winnie-the-Pooh" and "The House at Pooh Corner". The first authorised sequel to the 1920s classics, called "Return to the Hundred Acre Wood", will be published on Monday, October 5. To match Reuters Life! ARTS-POOH/SEQUEL REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT MEDIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
SPORT SOCCER
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12 Feb. 2002
Belgian national soccer team coach Robert Waseige (2nd... more
(DY-4)-DINO FRISULLO
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28 Apr. 1998
Italian journalist Dino Frisullo stands at the dock... more
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