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October 13, 2014
Paul Parrish attends an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in St Albans southern England August 8, 2014. The...
St Albans, United Kingdom
Paul Parrish attends an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in St Albans
Paul Parrish attends an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in St Albans southern England August 8, 2014. The Arch to Arc is billed as the hardest triathlon in the world. It is comprised of a 87 mile run from Marble Arch in London to Dover, a swim across the Channel to Calais, finishing with a 180 mile bike ride to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Parrish, 49, a recovering alcoholic, is the oldest man to have completed the race, doing so in a time of 84 hours 44 minutes. He is among over 20 people to have completed the event. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT TRIATHLON)

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July 08, 2012
A patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, reads the...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, reads the...
A patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, reads the Bible at the shelter in Pococi de Limon, east of San Jose July 5, 2012. The center helps more than a thousand people addicted to drugs and alcohol each year, of which ten percent have been rehabilitated into society on their first attempt and a further ten percent on their second attempt after relapse, according to Joaquin Castillo who founded the shelter 22 years ago. About 30 patients live in the shelter, each for a rehabilitation period of six months. Picture taken July 5, 2012. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY RELIGION)
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July 08, 2012
A patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, reads the...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, reads the...
A patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, reads the Bible during a therapy session at the shelter in Pococi de Limon, east of San Jose July 5, 2012. The center helps more than a thousand people addicted to drugs and alcohol each year, of which ten percent have been rehabilitated into society on their first attempt and a further ten percent on their second attempt after relapse, according to Joaquin Castillo who founded the shelter 22 years ago. About 30 patients live in the shelter, each for a rehabilitation period of six months. Picture taken July 5, 2012. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY RELIGION)
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July 08, 2012
Patients of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, pray during...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Patients of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, pray during...
Patients of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, pray during a therapy session at the shelter in Pococi de Limon, east of San Jose July 7, 2012. The center helps more than a thousand people addicted to drugs and alcohol each year, of which ten percent have been rehabilitated into society on their first attempt and a further ten percent on their second attempt after relapse, according to Joaquin Castillo who founded the shelter 22 years ago. About 30 patients live in the shelter, each for a rehabilitation period of six months. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY RELIGION)
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July 08, 2012
Carlos Barrantes, a patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Barrantes, a patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics,...
Carlos Barrantes, a patient of "Hogar Betel", a shelter for the rehabilitation of drug addicts and alcoholics, prays at the shelter in Pococi de Limon, east of San Jose July 5, 2012. The center reaches out to more than a thousand people addicted to drugs and alcohol each year, of which ten percent have been rehabilitated into society on their first attempt and a further ten percent on their second attempt after relapse, according to Joaquin Castillo who founded the shelter 22 years ago. About 30 drug addicts and alcoholics live in the shelter, each for a rehabilitation period of six months. Picture taken July 5, 2012. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
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October 02, 2007
A drunk man sleeps on a sidewalk in front of a building advertising Alcoholics Anonymous' "Learning to...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A drunk man sleeps on a sidewalk in front of a building advertising Alcoholics Anonymous' "Learning to...
A drunk man sleeps on a sidewalk in front of a building advertising Alcoholics Anonymous' "Learning to Live" meetings in San Jose, Costa Rica, October 2, 2007. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA)
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