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WEATHER HURRICANES CAJUN
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June 11, 2006
Danielle Armstrong, 16, watches over her three-week-old son Dawson in her FEMA trailer in Venice, Louisiana,...
New Orleans, USA
Mother watches over her son in her FEMA trailer in Venice
Danielle Armstrong, 16, watches over her three-week-old son Dawson in her FEMA trailer in Venice, Louisiana, June 11, 2006. With hurricane season just beginning, Armstrong fears for the worst for her community. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
WEATHER HURRICANES CAJUN
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June 11, 2006
Shrimp boat deck-hand Phillip Gilhang (L), 20, takes a break from work in the backyard of his FEMA trailer...
New Orleans, USA
Shrimp boat deck-hand Gilhang takes a break from work in backyard of FEMA trailer in Venice, Louisiana...
Shrimp boat deck-hand Phillip Gilhang (L), 20, takes a break from work in the backyard of his FEMA trailer in Venice, Louisiana June 11, 2006. With Hurricane season just beginning, many fear for the worst for the community. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
WEATHER HURRICANES CAJUN
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June 11, 2006
Shrimp boat deck-hand Phillip Gilhang, 20, walks past his neighbors' FEMA trailers after taking a break...
New Orleans, USA
Shrimp boat deck-hand Gilhang walks past neighbors' FEMA trailers after taking break from work in Venice,...
Shrimp boat deck-hand Phillip Gilhang, 20, walks past his neighbors' FEMA trailers after taking a break from work in Venice, Louisiana June 11, 2006. With Hurricane season just beginning, many fear for the worst for the community. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
WEATHER HURRICANES CAJUN
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June 11, 2006
Danielle Armstrong, 16, watches over her three-week-old son Dawson in her FEMA trailer in Venice, Louisiana...
New Orleans, USA
Woman watches over three-week-old son Dawson in FEMA trailer in Venice, Louisiana
Danielle Armstrong, 16, watches over her three-week-old son Dawson in her FEMA trailer in Venice, Louisiana June 11, 2006. With Hurricane season just beginning, Armstrong fears for the worst for her community. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
WEATHER HURRICANES CAJUN
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June 11, 2006
Allen Moneau and his wife Tammy carry a basket of crabs and a bag shrimps off the docks from their shrimp...
New Orleans, USA
Man and his wife carry crabs and shrimps off docks from shrimp boat in Venice, Louisiana
Allen Moneau and his wife Tammy carry a basket of crabs and a bag shrimps off the docks from their shrimp boat in Venice, Louisiana June 11, 2006. Hurricane Katrina devastated the area with its powerful storm surge last August, putting many shrimpers out of business. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
WEATHER HURRICANES CAJUN
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June 11, 2006
Timmy Deris, carries nets past the 'Jennavincet' shrimp boat, that was damaged beyond repair during Hurricane...
New Orleans, USA
Man carries nets past 'Jennavincet' shrimp boat damaged beyond repair during Hurricane Katrina in Venice,...
Timmy Deris, carries nets past the 'Jennavincet' shrimp boat, that was damaged beyond repair during Hurricane Katrina in Venice, Louisiana June 11, 2006. Hurricane Katrina devastated the area with its powerful storm surge last August, which put many shrimpers out of business. REUTERS/Sean Gardner
JAZZ FEST
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April 29, 2006
U.S. musician Michael Doucet of the Cajun band BeauSoleil performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage...
New Orleans, USA
US musician Doucet of Cajun band BeauSoleil performs at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New...
U.S. musician Michael Doucet of the Cajun band BeauSoleil performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans April 28, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Celano
RITA
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September 25, 2005
An unidentified man picks up a watermelon as he waits in a long line that surrounds the HEB Gulfgate...
Houston, UNITED STATES
An unidentified man picks up a watermelon as he waits in a long line that surrounds a store in Texas
An unidentified man picks up a watermelon as he waits in a long line that surrounds the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Houston, Texas, September 25, 2005. The store opened on Sunday morning and it is the first time shoppers have had a place to shop since Hurricane Rita. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
WEATHER RITA
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September 25, 2005
Ryan Griffin rows a canoe down his driveway in Crown Pointe, Louisiana September 25, 2005. Rescue teams...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Man rows canoe down his driveway in Crown Pointe, Louisiana
Ryan Griffin rows a canoe down his driveway in Crown Pointe, Louisiana September 25, 2005. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. Winds resulting from Hurricane Rita have caused areas like Crown Pointe south of New Orleans to flood. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
RITA
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September 25, 2005
Samantha Cerda (L), 3, holds up her Minnie Mouse as she, Tatiana Jackson (C), Tabihta Cerda (R), and...
Houston, UNITED STATES
People wait in line at the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Houston
Samantha Cerda (L), 3, holds up her Minnie Mouse as she, Tatiana Jackson (C), Tabihta Cerda (R), and Juanita Valdez (middle rear) wait in line at the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Houston, Texas, September 25, 2005. The store opened on Sunday morning and it is the first time shoppers have had a place to shop since Hurricane Rita. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
RITA
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September 25, 2005
A long line surrounds the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Houston, Texas, September 25, 2005. The store...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A long line surrounds the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Texas
A long line surrounds the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Houston, Texas, September 25, 2005. The store opened Sunday morning and it is the first time shoppers have had a place to shop since Hurricane Rita. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
RITA
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September 25, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush receives a briefing from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)...
Baton Rouge, UNITED STATES
US President Bush receives a briefing from the FEMA and US military Joint Task Force-RITA officials in...
U.S. President George W. Bush receives a briefing from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and U.S. military Joint Task Force-RITA officials in Baton Rouge September 25, 2005. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. REUTERS/Larry Downing
WEATHER RITA
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September 25, 2005
A woman takes a boat out of Crown Pointe, Louisiana September 25, 2005. Rescue teams hunted for people...
Crown Pointe, UNITED STATES
Woman takes boat out of Crown Pointe, Louisiana
A woman takes a boat out of Crown Pointe, Louisiana September 25, 2005. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. Winds resulting from Hurricane Rita have caused areas like Crown Pointe south of New Orleans to flood. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
RITA
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September 25, 2005
A long line surrounds the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Houston, Texas, September 25, 2005. The store...
Houston, United Kingdom
A long line surrounds the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Texas
A long line surrounds the HEB Gulfgate Grocery store in Houston, Texas, September 25, 2005. The store opened Sunday morning and it is the first time shoppers have had a place to shop since Hurricane Rita. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
RITA
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September 25, 2005
A man in a motorboat passes homes flooded during Hurricane Rita in Hackberry, Louisiana September 25,...
Hackberry, UNITED STATES
A man in a motorboat passes homes flooded during Hurricane Rita in Louisiana
A man in a motorboat passes homes flooded during Hurricane Rita in Hackberry, Louisiana September 25, 2005. Rita battered coastal communities along coastal Louisiana and Texas on September 24 before being downgraded to a tropical storm as she came further inland. Rescue teams hunted for people stranded in Louisiana's flooded Cajun country on Sunday, but officials expressed relief there was no major loss of life and that Hurricane Rita had largely spared the region's huge refineries. REUTERS/Fred Greaves
SPORT RODEO
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January 14, 2005
Jake Halverson of Seminole, Texas, rides 'Cajun Moon' during the first round of the saddle bronco riding...
Denver, USA
Bronc rider thrown off during competition at National Western Stock Show.
Jake Halverson of Seminole, Texas, rides 'Cajun Moon' during the first round of the saddle bronco riding competition at the National Western Stock Show rodeo in Denver, January 14, 2005. The National Western, now in its 99th year, attracts thousands of livestock growers and is one of the largest livestock exhibitions staged in North America. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW
SPORT NCAA
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March 19, 2004
North Carolina State University forward Julius Hodge (R) drives past University of Louisiana-Lafayette...
Orlando, USA
NORTH CAROLINA STATES JULIUS HODGE DRIVES PAST ORIEN GREENE.
North Carolina State University forward Julius Hodge (R) drives past University of Louisiana-Lafayette defender Orien Greene during their first round NCAA game in Orlando, Florida March 19, 2004. The Wolfpack defeated the Ragin Cajuns 61-52 to advance in the tournament. REUTERS/Peter Muhly JLS
SPORT NCAA
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March 19, 2004
University of Louisiana-Lafayette guard Laurie Bridges (lower R) is pressured by North Carolina State...
Orlando, USA
RAJIN CAJUNS LAURIE BRIDGES PRESSURED BY WOLFPACK DEFENDERS.
University of Louisiana-Lafayette guard Laurie Bridges (lower R) is pressured by North Carolina State University defenders Julius Hodge (L) and Marcus Melvin, during their first round NCAA game in Orlando, Florida March 19, 2004. REUTERS/Kevin Kolczynski JLS
SPORT NFL
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January 27, 2004
Carolina Panthers' quarterback Jake Delhomme signs a 'Ragin Cajun' football helmet as he leaves the field...
Houston, United States of America
CAROLINA PANTHERS QUARTERBACK SIGNS AUTOGRAPH AT SUPER BOWL MEDIA DAY.
Carolina Panthers' quarterback Jake Delhomme signs a 'Ragin Cajun' football helmet as he leaves the field after media day at Reliant Stadium for Super Bowl XXXVIII, in Houston, Texas, January 27, 2004. The game is scheduled for February 1. Delhomme is from Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. REUTERS/Shaun Best JLS/HB
SPORT NFL
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January 27, 2004
Carolina Panthers' quarterback Jake Delhomme answers a question with a 'Ragin Cajuns' hat in front of...
Houston, United States of America
CAROLINA PANTHERS QUARTERBACK DELHOMME TAKES QUESTIONS DURING MEDIA DAY.
Carolina Panthers' quarterback Jake Delhomme answers a question with a 'Ragin Cajuns' hat in front of him, during media day at Reliant Stadium for Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston, Texas, January 27, 2004. The game is scheduled for February 1. Delhomme is from Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. REUTERS/Shaun Best JLS/HB
SPORT HORSE RACING
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October 25, 2003
Jockey Cornelio Velasquez guides the horse Cajun Beat (C) to victory in
the $1 million Breeder's Cup...
Arcadia, USA
CAJUN BEAT WINS BREEDERS CUP SPRINT IN ARCADIA.
Jockey Cornelio Velasquez guides the horse Cajun Beat (C) to victory in
the $1 million Breeder's Cup Sprint at Santa Anita Racetrack in
Arcadia, California October 25, 2003. At right, is the horse Shake You
Down, ridden by Michael Luzzi, who finished third. REUTERS/Lucy
Nicholson

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SPORT HORSE RACING
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October 25, 2003
Jockey Cornelio Velasquez guides the horse Cajun Beat (C) to victory in
the $1 million Breeder's Cup...
Arcadia, USA
CAJUN BEAT WINS BREEDERS CUP SPRINT IN ARCADIA.
Jockey Cornelio Velasquez guides the horse Cajun Beat (C) to victory in
the $1 million Breeder's Cup Sprint at Santa Anita Racetrack in
Arcadia, California October 25, 2003. At right, is the horse Shake You
Down, ridden by Michael Luzzi, who finished third. REUTERS/Lucy
Nicholson

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WEATHER LILI
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October 03, 2002
Hurricane Lili passes with heavy wind and rain near New Iberia,
Louisiana,October 3, 2002. Hurricane...
New Iberia, United States of America
HURRICAN LILI PASSES WITH HEAVY WINDS AND RAIN NEAR NEW IBERIA
LOUISIANA.
Hurricane Lili passes with heavy wind and rain near New Iberia,
Louisiana,October 3, 2002. Hurricane Lili, its winds diminishing but
still powerful, lashed and drenched southern Louisiana Thursday as it
moved ashore from the Gulf of Mexico. The storm's eye swept into the
marshy Louisiana coast near the Cajun town of New Iberia, where those
residents who had not fled inland took shelter behind boarded up
windows. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

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WEATHER LILI
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October 03, 2002
An American flag whips in the wind as Hurricane Lili passes with heavy
wind and rain near New Iberia,...
New Iberia, United States of America
AMERICAN FLAG WHIPS IN WIND FROM HURRICANE LILI IN SOUTH LOUISIANA.
An American flag whips in the wind as Hurricane Lili passes with heavy
wind and rain near New Iberia, Louisiana,October 3, 2002. Hurricane
Lili, its winds diminishing but still powerful, lashed southern
Louisiana on Wednesday as it moved ashore from the Gulf of Mexico. The
storm's eye was sweeping into the marshy Louisiana coast coast near the
Cajun town of New Iberia, where residents took shelter behind boarded
up windows. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

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WEATHER LILI
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October 03, 2002
Hurricane Lili passes with heavy wind and rain near New Iberia,
Louisiana, October 3, 2002. Hurricane...
New Iberia, United States of America
HEAVY WIND AND RAIN FROM HURRICANE LILI NEAR NEW IBERIA LOUISIANA.
Hurricane Lili passes with heavy wind and rain near New Iberia,
Louisiana, October 3, 2002. Hurricane Lili, its winds diminishing but
still powerful, lashed southern Louisiana on Wednesday as it moved
ashore from the Gulf of Mexico. The storm's eye was sweeping into the
marshy Louisiana coast coast near the Cajun town of New Iberia, where
residents took shelter behind boarded up windows. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

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SPORT NCAA
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March 17, 2000
University of Tennessee Volunteers' forward Isiah Victor (L) and University of Louisiana at LaFayette...
Birmingham, USA
TENNESSEES VICTOR AND LOUISIANAS DEGRAY BATTLE FOR BALL.
University of Tennessee Volunteers' forward Isiah Victor (L) and University of Louisiana at LaFayette Cajuns' forward Reggie DeGray (R) battle for a loose ball in the first half in the first round of NCAA South Regionals in Birmingham, March 17.

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December 02, 1996
English producer and composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about his last production, "Whistle with...
multiple countries
ANDREW LLOYD WEBER TALKS ABOUT HIS LAST SHOW
English producer and composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about his last production, "Whistle with the wind," during a luncheon at the National Press Club, December 2. The premiere of the show, a Cajun-flavored musical featuring gospel and rock, will take place December 6 at the National Theatre in Washington. It will be the first time that Lloyd Webber, who is also the composer of "Cats," the longest running show on Broadway, will not premiere a show in London.

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