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BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTS33GMN
February 25, 2020
Feb 24, 2020; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini guard Trent Frazier (left) reacts after...
Champaign, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: Nebraska at Illinois
Feb 24, 2020; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini guard Trent Frazier (left) reacts after making a 65 foot buzzer beater shot and celebrates with guard Andres Feliz (right) at the end of the first half against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at State Farm Center. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports
BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTS33GMG
February 25, 2020
Feb 24, 2020; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini guard Trent Frazier (1) reacts after...
Champaign, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: Nebraska at Illinois
Feb 24, 2020; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini guard Trent Frazier (1) reacts after making a 65 foot buzzer beater shot at the end of the first half against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at State Farm Center. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports
BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTS33GLW
February 25, 2020
Feb 24, 2020; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini guard Trent Frazier (1) celebrates with...
Champaign, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: Nebraska at Illinois
Feb 24, 2020; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini guard Trent Frazier (1) celebrates with guard Ayo Dosunmu (11) after making a 65 foot buzzer beater shot at the end of the first half against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at State Farm Center. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports
BASKETBALL-WORLDCUP-ESP-TUN/
RTS2OLUX
August 31, 2019
Basketball - FIBA World Cup - First Round - Group G - Spain v Tunisia - Guangzhou Gymnasium, Guangzhou,...
Guangzhou, China
Basketball - FIBA World Cup - Spain v Tunisia
Basketball - FIBA World Cup - First Round - Group G - Spain v Tunisia - Guangzhou Gymnasium, Guangzhou, China - August 31, 2019 Spain's Sergio Llull celebrates after hitting a buzzer beater. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
BASKETBALL-NBA-TOR-LAL/
RTX6RA1D
March 15, 2019
Mar 14, 2019; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Raptors guard Danny Green (14) congratulates forward Kawhi...
Toronto, Canada
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers at Toronto Raptors
Mar 14, 2019; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Raptors guard Danny Green (14) congratulates forward Kawhi Leonard (2) after sinking a buzzer beater shot at the end of the first half against the Los Angeles Lakers at Scotiabank Arena. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports
WOMENS-DAY/BOLIVIA
RTX6Q8JJ
March 08, 2019
Feminist activists participate in a rally during the Women's Day celebration, in La Paz, Bolivia, March...
La Paz, Bolivia
Feminist activists participate in a rally during the Women's Day celebration, in La Paz
Feminist activists participate in a rally during the Women's Day celebration, in La Paz, Bolivia, March 8, 2019.Sign reads, "Underpants of a beater, womanizer husband who plays victim". REUTERS/David Mercado
BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTS1V2U
September 19, 2015
Feb 8, 2020; Columbia, South Carolina, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks guard Jermaine Couisnard (5) hits...
Columbia, multiple countries
NCAA Basketball: Texas A&M at South Carolina
Feb 8, 2020; Columbia, South Carolina, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks guard Jermaine Couisnard (5) hits a buzzer-beater three pointer at halftime against the Texas A&M Aggies in the first half at Colonial Life Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12HH
September 14, 2015
Chief priest Gbenga Saala raises a cutlass to kill a dog during an annual prayer and sacrifice celebration...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Chief priest Gbenga Saala raises a cutlass to kill a dog during an annual prayer and sacrifice celebration of the iron god Ogun in Abuja, Nigeria, June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12HF
September 14, 2015
Chief priest, Gbenga Saala of the iron god Ogun leads worshippers during an annual prayer and sacrifice...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Chief priest, Gbenga Saala of the iron god Ogun leads worshippers during an annual prayer and sacrifice celebration in Abuja, Nigeria, June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12HD
September 14, 2015
Car keys and other metals, which represent the jobs of worshippers of the iron god Ogun are seen during...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Car keys and other metals, which represent the jobs of worshippers of the iron god Ogun are seen during an annual prayer and sacrifice celebration in Abuja, Nigeria, June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12HC
September 14, 2015
A dog sleeps away in a metal cage at the shrine of the iron god Ogun during an annual prayer and sacrifice...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
A dog sleeps away in a metal cage at the shrine of the iron god Ogun during an annual prayer and sacrifice in Abuja, Nigeria June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12HB
September 14, 2015
Chief Priest, Gbenga Saala pours palm oil on car keys and other metals during an annual prayer and sacrifice...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Chief Priest, Gbenga Saala pours palm oil on car keys and other metals during an annual prayer and sacrifice of the iron god Ogun in Abuja, Nigeria, June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12H9
September 14, 2015
Worshippers of the iron god Ogun gather during an annual prayer and sacrifice ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Worshippers of the iron god Ogun gather during an annual prayer and sacrifice ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015.REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12H8
September 14, 2015
A spanner is placed on Nigerian notes during an annual prayer and sacrifice to the iron god Ogun in Abuja,...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
A spanner is placed on Nigerian notes during an annual prayer and sacrifice to the iron god Ogun in Abuja, Nigeria June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12H6
September 14, 2015
Chief priest Gbenga Saala (C) lifts up a choked dog from a metal cage during an annual prayer and sacrifice...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Chief priest Gbenga Saala (C) lifts up a choked dog from a metal cage during an annual prayer and sacrifice celebration of the iron god Ogun in Abuja, Nigeria, June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12H4
September 14, 2015
Chief priest, Gbenga Saala prays with a kolanut for one of the worshippers of the iron god Ogun during...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Chief priest, Gbenga Saala prays with a kolanut for one of the worshippers of the iron god Ogun during an annual prayer and sacrifice celebration in Abuja, Nigeria, June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-OGUN/
RTS12H2
September 14, 2015
Chief priest, Gbenga Saala (top) prays for one of the worshippers of the iron god Ogun during an annual...
Abuja, Nigeria
A Picture And Its Story: Ogun - Sacrifice To The Iron God
Chief priest, Gbenga Saala (top) prays for one of the worshippers of the iron god Ogun during an annual prayer and sacrifice celebration in Abuja, Nigeria June 23, 2015. Every year worshippers offer a dog as sacrifice to Ogun, a traditional Nigerian deity, in hope of an auspicious year ahead. Taxi drivers, blacksmiths, panel beaters and mechanics - trades that depend on metal for their livelihood - pay homage to Ogun, led by high priest Gbenga Saala. As part of the ceremony, the priest pours the dog’s blood on symbols of these workers’ trade: keys, spanners and other tools piled up in a metal barrel. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
A Picture And Its Story
A Picture And Its Story
Ogun: Sacrifice To The Iron God - 14 Sep 2015
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BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTR4YTAK
June 24, 2015
Dec 21, 2019; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Colorado Buffaloes guard D'Shawn Schwartz (5) and guard Tyler...
Chicago, multiple countries
NCAA Basketball: Dayton at Colorado
Dec 21, 2019; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Colorado Buffaloes guard D'Shawn Schwartz (5) and guard Tyler Bey (1) react after winning the game on a buzzer beater shot in overtime to defeat the Dayton Flyers in the Chicago Legends at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
ITALY/
RTR3LT0C
April 18, 2014
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, wash blood off their faces and arms after hitting themselves with...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, wash blood off their faces and arms after hitting themselves with...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, wash blood off their faces and arms after hitting themselves with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass) during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 18, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
ITALY/
RTR3LSZ0
April 18, 2014
The bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession...
Verbicaro, Italy
Bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through...
The bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 18, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ITALY/
RTR3LSYN
April 18, 2014
Bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through...
Verbicaro, Italy
Bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through...
Bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 18, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
ITALY/
RTR3LSYC
April 18, 2014
Bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through...
Verbicaro, Italy
Bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through...
Bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 18, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
ITALY/
RTR3LSX5
April 18, 2014
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo"...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo"...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass) during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 17, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. Picture taken April 17, 2014.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
ITALY/
RTR3LSX1
April 18, 2014
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo"...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo"...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass) during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 17, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. Picture taken April 17, 2014.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
ITALY/
RTR3LSWO
April 18, 2014
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" during a procession through the...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass) during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 17, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death.
Picture taken April 17, 2014. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
ITALY/
RTR3LSVX
April 18, 2014
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" during procession through the...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass) during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 17, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. Picture taken April 17, 2014.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTX15PQA
November 23, 2013
A beater prepares freshly-killed deer after the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer,...
Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, France
A beater prepares freshly-killed deer after the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer,...
A beater prepares freshly-killed deer after the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer, northern France, November 15, 2013. Game hunting is one of the most popular pastimes in France, counting some 1.2 million people who take part in it, according to the National Federation of Hunters. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FRANCE/
RTX15PQ3
November 23, 2013
Beaters carry a dead deer during the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer, northern...
Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, France
Beaters carry a dead deer during the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer, northern...
Beaters carry a dead deer during the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer, northern France, November 15, 2013. Game hunting is one of the most popular pastimes in France, counting some 1.2 million people who take part in it, according to the National Federation of Hunters. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FRANCE/
RTX15POM
November 23, 2013
Beaters carry hares during the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer, northern...
Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, France
Beaters carry hares during the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer, northern...
Beaters carry hares during the hunt in a forest at Bayenghem-les-Seninghem, near Saint-Omer, northern France, November 15, 2013. Game hunting is one of the most popular pastimes in France, counting some 1.2 million people who take part in it, according to the National Federation of Hunters. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GI8
June 08, 2013
Rebecca Birch (R) wins the ladies section of the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Rebecca Birch wins the ladies section of the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
Rebecca Birch (R) wins the ladies section of the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GI5
June 08, 2013
The toe of Alan "Nasty" Nash is seen, as he waits to compete in the World Toe Wrestling championships...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
The toe of Alan "Nasty" Nash is seen, as he waits to compete in the World Toe Wrestling championships...
The toe of Alan "Nasty" Nash is seen, as he waits to compete in the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GI1
June 08, 2013
Alan "Nasty" Nash (L) talks tactics with a spectator before the World Toe Wrestling championships in...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Alan "Nasty" Nash talks tactics with a spectator before the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne...
Alan "Nasty" Nash (L) talks tactics with a spectator before the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GHZ
June 08, 2013
Alan "Nasty" Nash celebrates winning the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Alan "Nasty" Nash celebrates winning the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
Alan "Nasty" Nash celebrates winning the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GHX
June 08, 2013
Alan "Nasty" Nash celebrates winning the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Alan "Nasty" Nash celebrates winning the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
Alan "Nasty" Nash celebrates winning the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GHL
June 08, 2013
Alan "Nasty" Nash (L) competes in the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Alan "Nasty" Nash competes in the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
Alan "Nasty" Nash (L) competes in the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. Photograph taken with a wide-angle lens. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GHE
June 08, 2013
A foot is inspected before the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8,...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
A foot is inspected before the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
A foot is inspected before the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GH8
June 08, 2013
Competitors wait to compete during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Competitors wait to compete during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
Competitors wait to compete during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GH4
June 08, 2013
A competitor grimaces during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
A competitor grimaces during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
A competitor grimaces during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GGV
June 08, 2013
Alan "Nasty" Nash waits to compete during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Alan "Nasty" Nash waits to compete during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
Alan "Nasty" Nash waits to compete during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GGN
June 08, 2013
Alan "Nasty" Nash (L) beats Jeremy "Hard Toe" Hine in the final of the World Toe Wrestling championships...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Alan "Nasty" Nash beats Jeremy "Hard Toe" Hine in the final of the World Toe Wrestling championships...
Alan "Nasty" Nash (L) beats Jeremy "Hard Toe" Hine in the final of the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GGF
June 08, 2013
Women wrestle during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England, June 8, 2013....
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Women wrestle during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne
Women wrestle during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England, June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX10GGC
June 08, 2013
Alan "Nasty" Nash wears a necklace with a foot during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne,...
Ashbourne, United Kingdom
Alan "Nasty" Nash wears a necklace with a foot during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne...
Alan "Nasty" Nash wears a necklace with a foot during the World Toe Wrestling championships in Ashbourne, central England June 8, 2013. Toe Wrestling was devised in the 1970's by George Burgess, who wanted to give England the chance to be world-beaters in at least one sporting event. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTR3BRZL
December 20, 2012
Guns and beaters talk back at the farm at a break in shooting during a pheasant hunt in Stokenchurch,...
STOKENCHURCH, United Kingdom
Guns and beaters talk back at the farm at a break in shooting during a pheasant hunt in Stokenchurch
Guns and beaters talk back at the farm at a break in shooting during a pheasant hunt in Stokenchurch, southern England December 11, 2012. Pheasant shooting has been a major historical activity in Great Britain since the 11th century when they were shot with a bow and arrow. Around the start of the 16th century, firearms arrived in Britain and history shows us that Henry VIII was an enthusiast. These days they are shot in flight using shotguns and are found and brought back by retriever dogs. Picture taken December 11, 2012. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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A beater carries a dead pheasant during a hunt in Lewknor, southern England November 22, 2012. Pheasant...
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A beater carries a dead pheasant during a hunt in Lewknor, southern England
A beater carries a dead pheasant during a hunt in Lewknor, southern England November 22, 2012. Pheasant shooting has been a major historical activity in Great Britain since the 11th century when they were shot with a bow and arrow. Around the start of the 16th century, firearms arrived in Britain and history shows us that Henry VIII was an enthusiast. These days they are shot in flight using shotguns and are found and brought back by retriever dogs. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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A beater holds dead pheasants after a hunt in Lewknor, southern England November 22, 2012. Pheasant shooting...
LEWKNOR, United Kingdom
A beater holds dead pheasants after a hunt in Lewknor, southern England
A beater holds dead pheasants after a hunt in Lewknor, southern England November 22, 2012. Pheasant shooting has been a major historical activity in Great Britain since the 11th century when they were shot with a bow and arrow. Around the start of the 16th century, firearms arrived in Britain and history shows us that Henry VIII was an enthusiast. These days they are shot in flight using shotguns and are found and brought back by retriever dogs. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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Handprints marked in the blood of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen during a procession...
Verbicaro, Italy
Handprints marked in the blood of penitents called battenti are seen during a procession through the...
Handprints marked in the blood of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The penitents hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), and then, bleeding, walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
Children watch penitents called battenti, or beaters, hitting their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with...
Verbicaro, Italy
Children watch penitents called battenti hitting their legs with a "cardillo" during a procession through...
Children watch penitents called battenti, or beaters, hitting their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERSAlessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo"...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo" during...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, kneel in front of a chapel as they hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERSAlessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
A penitent called battenti, or beater, washes blood off his legs with wine and water during a procession...
Verbicaro, Italy
A penitent called battenti washes blood off his legs with wine and water during a procession through...
A penitent called battenti, or beater, washes blood off his legs with wine and water during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The penitents hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), and then, bleeding, walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
A bloody handprint of a penitent called battenti, or beater, is seen on a wall during a procession through...
Verbicaro, Italy
A bloody handprint of a penitent called battenti is seen on a wall during a procession through the streets...
A bloody handprint of a penitent called battenti, or beater, is seen on a wall during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The penitents hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), and then, bleeding, walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, wash blood off their legs after hitting themselves with a "cardillo"...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti wash blood off their legs after hitting themselves with a "cardillo", during...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, wash blood off their legs after hitting themselves with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, wash blood off their legs after hitting themselves with a "cardillo"...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti wash blood off their legs after hitting themselves with a "cardillo", during...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, wash blood off their legs after hitting themselves with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERSAlessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
The bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession...
Verbicaro, Italy
The bloody handprints of penitents called battenti are seen on a wall during a procession through the...
The bloody handprints of penitents called battenti, or beaters, are seen on a wall during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
A penitent called battenti, or beater, looks down as he hits his own legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with...
Verbicaro, Italy
A penitent called battenti looks down as he hits his own legs with a "cardillo" during a procession through...
A penitent called battenti, or beater, looks down as he hits his own legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass) during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
The blood-covered leg of a penitent is seen during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro,...
Verbicaro, Italy
The blood-covered leg of a penitent is seen during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro...
The blood-covered leg of a penitent is seen during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass) and then bleeding, walk in groups of three through the streets, stopping in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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April 02, 2010
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti hit their legs with a "cardillo" during a procession through the streets in...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
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April 02, 2010
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti hit their legs with a "cardillo" during a procession through the streets in...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti hit their legs with a "cardillo" during a procession through the streets in...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
ITALY
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April 02, 2010
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces...
Verbicaro, Italy
Penitents called battenti hit their legs with a "cardillo" during a procession through the streets in...
Penitents called battenti, or beaters, hit their legs with a "cardillo" (a cork with attached pieces of glass), during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 2, 2010. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all the churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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