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GLOBAL-ROBOTS/
RTX6L6W9 
February 04, 2019 
A Techi Linen Cart, a robot manufactured by Techmetics to provide autonomous delivery of laundry, linen... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A Techi Linen Cart, a robot manufactured by Techmetics, approaches a trolley along a corridor at the... 
A Techi Linen Cart, a robot manufactured by Techmetics to provide autonomous delivery of laundry, linen and bulky items in hotels, approaches a trolley along a corridor at the housekeeping section of Sofitel Singapore City Centre in Singapore January 31, 2019. Picture taken January 31, 2019. REUTERS/Loriene Perera 
GLOBAL-ROBOTS/
RTX6L6W5 
February 04, 2019 
A Techi Linen Cart, a service robot manufactured by Techmetics to provide autonomous delivery of laundry,... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A Techi Linen Cart, a service robot manufactured by Techmetics, pushes a trolley as it moves along a... 
A Techi Linen Cart, a service robot manufactured by Techmetics to provide autonomous delivery of laundry, linen and bulky items in hotels, pushes a trolley as it moves along a corridor at the housekeeping section of Sofitel Singapore City Centre in Singapore January 31, 2019. Picture taken January 31, 2019. REUTERS/Loriene Perera 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105UN 
May 30, 2013 
Russian athlete and the London 2012 Paralympic Games champion in the Men's 100m T12 event Fedor Trikolich... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
Russian athlete Trikolich presents the gold medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi during... 
Russian athlete and the London 2012 Paralympic Games champion in the Men's 100m T12 event Fedor Trikolich presents the gold medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi during a ceremony in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT SKIING OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105TQ 
May 30, 2013 
The bronze medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, in the Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
The bronze medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, in the Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill... 
The bronze medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, in the Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill discipline, is seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT SKIING OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105TJ 
May 30, 2013 
The silver medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi is seen on display during a presentation... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
The silver medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi is seen on display during a presentation... 
The silver medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi is seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105TF 
May 30, 2013 
The gold medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, in the Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill discipline,... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
The gold medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, in the Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill discipline,... 
The gold medal for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, in the Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill discipline, is seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT SKIING OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105T4 
May 30, 2013 
Medals for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi are seen on display during a presentation in St.... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
Medals for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi are seen on display during a presentation in St.... 
Medals for the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi are seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105T2 
May 30, 2013 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Svetlana Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic... 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Svetlana Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi during a ceremony in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105SZ 
May 30, 2013 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Svetlana Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic... 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Svetlana Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi during a ceremony in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105SW 
May 30, 2013 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Svetlana Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic... 
Russian former speed skater and Olympic champion Svetlana Zhurova presents a gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi during a ceremony in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105SQ 
May 30, 2013 
The gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is seen on display during a presentation in... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
The gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is seen on display during a presentation in... 
The gold medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105SP 
May 30, 2013 
The silver medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is on display during a presentation in St.... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
The silver medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is on display during a presentation in St.... 
The silver medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105SI 
May 30, 2013 
The bronze medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in the biathlon women's relay discipline... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
The bronze medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in the biathlon women's relay discipline... 
The bronze medal for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in the biathlon women's relay discipline is on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT BIATHLON OLYMPICS) 
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/MEDALS
RTX105SD 
May 30, 2013 
Medals for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi are seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
Medals for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi are seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg... 
Medals for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi are seen on display during a presentation in St. Petersburg May 30, 2013. The Sochi 2014 Olympics medals got their first public airing on Thursday with organisers unveiling the prizes for Russia's first ever Winter Games and Paralympics. With eight months to go until the opening ceremony, a record 1,300 medals were manufactured with the Russian city hosting more events than any previous Winter Olympics. Depending on the colour, the bulky round medals weigh between 460 and 531 grams and have a glass-polycarbonated insert with engravings of traditional designs from various regions of Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS) 
GERMANY/
RTR2YDMZ 
February 24, 2012 
People fill their waste in containers with signs reading: 'Old Wood' (L) and 'Bulky Waste' (R) at a collection... 
Hamburg, Germany 
People fill their waste in containers with signs reading: 'Old Wood' and 'Bulky Waste' at a collection... 
People fill their waste in containers with signs reading: 'Old Wood' (L) and 'Bulky Waste' (R) at a collection station in Hamburg, February 24, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
CAMERAS/
RTXSAAS 
August 16, 2010 
Sony Corp employee Satsuki Shinnaka holds the company's digital single lens reflex (SLR) Alpha NEX-5... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Analysis CAMERAS/ 
Sony Corp employee Satsuki Shinnaka holds the company's digital single lens reflex (SLR) Alpha NEX-5 camera during a photo opportunity at the company headquarters in Tokyo August 10, 2010. Sony Corp has launched a fresh line of attack in its battle for a bigger share of the high-end camera market with new models that pack some of the features of a bulky, professional-style camera into a small body. Picture taken August 10. To match Analysis CAMERAS/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CAMERAS/
RTXSAAR 
August 16, 2010 
Sony Corp's digital single lens reflex (SLR) camera Alpha NEX-5 is seen during a photo opportunity at... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Analysis CAMERAS/ 
Sony Corp's digital single lens reflex (SLR) camera Alpha NEX-5 is seen during a photo opportunity at the company headquarters in Tokyo August 10, 2010. Sony Corp has launched a fresh line of attack in its battle for a bigger share of the high-end camera market with new models that pack some of the features of a bulky, professional-style camera into a small body. Picture taken August 10. To match Analysis CAMERAS/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CAMERAS/
RTXSAAP 
August 16, 2010 
Sony Corp's digital single lens reflex (SLR) cameras Alpha NEX-5 (L) and Alpha 550 are seen during a... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Analysis CAMERAS/ 
Sony Corp's digital single lens reflex (SLR) cameras Alpha NEX-5 (L) and Alpha 550 are seen during a photo opportunity at the company headquarters in Tokyo August 10, 2010. Sony Corp has launched a fresh line of attack in its battle for a bigger share of the high-end camera market with new models that pack some of the features of a bulky, professional-style camera into a small body. Picture taken August 10. To match Analysis CAMERAS/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
NBA/
RTR26M0D 
August 11, 2009 
Kurt Rambis and Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor (L) laugh at a question about the bulky eye... 
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES 
Timberwolves owner Taylor and head coach Rambis laugh at question during news conference in Minneapolis... 
Kurt Rambis and Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor (L) laugh at a question about the bulky eye glasses Rambis wore as an NBA player during a news conference announcing Rambis as the new head coach of the team at the Target Center in Minneapolis, August 11, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES SPORT BASKETBALL) 
GEELY/BLACKCAB
RTR24RQF 
June 18, 2009 
A Geely TX4 car is seen at a Geely Automobile dealership in Shanghai June 16, 2009. London's iconic black... 
Shanghai, China 
A Geely TX4 car is seen at a Geely Automobile dealership in Shanghai 
A Geely TX4 car is seen at a Geely Automobile dealership in Shanghai June 16, 2009. London's iconic black cabs may soon become a common sight on the streets of inland Chinese cities where many people have only had a glimpse of the bulky British car in Alfred Hitchcock's movies. Geely Automobile Holdings, a major Chinese indigenous car maker and its British partner Manganese Bronze Holdings PLC , plan to sell about 1,000 of these cars in China this year. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
GEELY/BLACKCAB
RTR24RQD 
June 18, 2009 
A Geely TX4 car is seen at a Geely Automobile dealership in Shanghai June 16, 2009. London's iconic black... 
Shanghai, China 
A Geely TX4 car is seen at a Geely Automobile dealership in Shanghai 
A Geely TX4 car is seen at a Geely Automobile dealership in Shanghai June 16, 2009. London's iconic black cabs may soon become a common sight on the streets of inland Chinese cities where many people have only had a glimpse of the bulky British car in Alfred Hitchcock's movies. Geely Automobile Holdings, a major Chinese indigenous car maker and its British partner Manganese Bronze Holdings PLC , plan to sell about 1,000 of these cars in China this year. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
PHILIPPINES-SHIPS/
RTXCINB 
March 08, 2009 
A worker paints a ship at the Subic Freeport dock where various cargo ships are anchored in the waters... 
Manila, Philippines 
To match feature PHILIPPINES-SHIPS/ 
A worker paints a ship at the Subic Freeport dock where various cargo ships are anchored in the waters of Subic Bay in the province of Zambales, northwest of Metro Manila March 6, 2009. It's 11 a.m. on a weekday but huge, bulky cargo ships scattered in this Philippine port are quiet and nearly deserted, save for a handful of workers repainting chipped handrails on some vessels. Since September, Subic Bay management has been swamped with e-mails and calls from owners seeking to dock their cargo ships at the port to cut costs following the collapse in shipping charges as global trade fell to multi-year lows. Picture taken March 6, 2009. To match feature PHILIPPINES-SHIPS/ REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES) 
ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS
RTR20DQY 
July 21, 2008 
A home under construction July 19, 2008 in Temecula, California, uses new solar technology developed... 
Temecula, UNITED STATES 
To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS 
A home under construction July 19, 2008 in Temecula, California, uses new solar technology developed by SunPower Corp that allows thinner solar wafers to be designed into the shingles. Bulky and obtrusive rack-mounted solar panels may be a thing of the past. Spurred by recent advances in technology, solar panel makers are scrambling to come up with neater and cleaner products that will overcome the aesthetic objections of home owners to traditional solar panels. Picture taken July 19, 2008 . To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS
RTR20DQT 
July 21, 2008 
Bill Kelly of SunPower Corp points to an internet site display where home owners with integrated solar... 
Temecula, UNITED STATES 
To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS 
Bill Kelly of SunPower Corp points to an internet site display where home owners with integrated solar panel roofs can track their homes daily, weekly and monthly power production and consumption with, during a solar fair at a new home subdivision in Telecula, California, July 19, 2008. Bulky and obtrusive rack-mounted solar panels may be a thing of the past. Spurred by recent advances in technology, solar panel makers are scrambling to come up with neater and cleaner products that will overcome the aesthetic objections of home owners to traditional solar panels. Picture taken July 19, 2008 . To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS
RTR20DQO 
July 21, 2008 
Tim McGinnis (R), president of Woodside Homes, and Troy DeGraff, director of purchasing, hold up a solar... 
Temecula, UNITED STATES 
To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS 
Tim McGinnis (R), president of Woodside Homes, and Troy DeGraff, director of purchasing, hold up a solar wafer made by SunPower Corp as they stand next to one of their developments in Temecula, California, July 19, 2008. Bulky and obtrusive rack-mounted solar panels may be a thing of the past. Spurred by recent advances in technology, solar panel makers are scrambling to come up with neater and cleaner products that will overcome the aesthetic objections of home owners to traditional solar panels. Picture taken July 19, 2008 . To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS
RTR20DQN 
July 21, 2008 
Tim McGinnis (R), president of Woodside Homes, and Troy DeGraff, director of purchasing, hold up a solar... 
Temecula, UNITED STATES 
To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS 
Tim McGinnis (R), president of Woodside Homes, and Troy DeGraff, director of purchasing, hold up a solar wafer made by SunPower Corp as they stand next to one of their developments in Temecula, California, July 19, 2008. Bulky and obtrusive rack-mounted solar panels may be a thing of the past. Spurred by recent advances in technology, solar panel makers are scrambling to come up with neater and cleaner products that will overcome the aesthetic objections of home owners to traditional solar panels. Picture taken July 19, 2008 . To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS
RTR20DQJ 
July 21, 2008 
A home under construction July 19, 2008 in Temecula, California, uses new solar technology developed... 
Temecula, UNITED STATES 
To match feature ENERGY- SOLAR/AESTHETICS 
A home under construction July 19, 2008 in Temecula, California, uses new solar technology developed by SunPower Corp that allows thinner solar wafers to be designed into the shingles. Bulky and obtrusive rack-mounted solar panels may be a thing of the past. Spurred by recent advances in technology, solar panel makers are scrambling to come up with neater and cleaner products that will overcome the aesthetic objections of home owners to traditional solar panels. Picture taken July 19, 2008 . To match feature ENERGY- SOLAR/AESTHETICS. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS
RTR20DQF 
July 21, 2008 
Bill Kelly of SunPower Corp points to an internet site display where home owners with integrated solar... 
Temecula, UNITED STATES 
To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS 
Bill Kelly of SunPower Corp points to an internet site display where home owners with integrated solar panel roofs can track their homes daily, weekly and monthly power production and consumption with during a solar fair at a new home subdivision in Telecula, California July 19, 2008. Bulky and obtrusive rack-mounted solar panels may be a thing of the past. Spurred by recent advances in technology, solar panel makers are scrambling to come up with neater and cleaner products that will overcome the aesthetic objections of home owners to traditional solar panels. Picture taken July 19, 2008 . To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS
RTR20DQ8 
July 21, 2008 
Tim McGinnis (R), president of Woodside Homes, and Troy DeGraff, director of purchasing, hold up a solar... 
Temecula, UNITED STATES 
To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS 
Tim McGinnis (R), president of Woodside Homes, and Troy DeGraff, director of purchasing, hold up a solar wafer made by SunPower Corp as they stand next to one of their new homes in Temecula, California, July 19, 2008 . Bulky and obtrusive rack-mounted solar panels may be a thing of the past. Spurred by recent advances in technology, solar panel makers are scrambling to come up with neater and cleaner products that will overcome the aesthetic objections of home owners to traditional solar panels. Picture taken July 19, 2008 . To match feature ENERGY-SOLAR/AESTHETICS. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
JAPAN-AGEING/ROBOTS
RTR1TQOI 
September 12, 2007 
Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.'s cleaning robot RFS1 is pictured at an office building in Tokyo, August 17,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match feature JAPAN-AGEING/ROBOTS 
Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.'s cleaning robot RFS1 is pictured at an office building in Tokyo, August 17, 2007. It looks like a washing machine on wheels, but the bulky contraption vacuuming the hallways of a Tokyo high-rise is a robot. Picture taken August 17, 2007. To match feature JAPAN-AGEING/ROBOTS REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN-AGEING/ROBOTS
RTR1TQOH 
September 12, 2007 
Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.'s cleaning robot RFS1 is pictured at an office building in Tokyo, August 17,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match feature JAPAN-AGEING/ROBOTS 
Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.'s cleaning robot RFS1 is pictured at an office building in Tokyo, August 17, 2007. It looks like a washing machine on wheels, but the bulky contraption vacuuming the hallways of a Tokyo high-rise is a robot. Picture taken August 17, 2007. To match feature JAPAN-AGEING/ROBOTS REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IURC 
October 31, 2006 
A Congolese man lifts a bucket filled with mud as he searches for gold nuggets in a pit at Pkata gold... 
PKATA 
A Congolese man lifts a bucket filled with mud as he searches for gold nuggets in a pit at Pkata gold... 
A Congolese man lifts a bucket filled with mud as he searches for gold nuggets in a pit at Pkata gold mine, near Bunia in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, October 30, 2006. Picture taken October 30, 2006. REUTERS/James Akena (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) 
SHARON
RTXO3H9 
December 26, 2005 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (L) takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night... 
Jerusalem, WEST BANK 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (L) takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night..... 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (L) takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah in his office in Jerusalem December 26, 2005. [Sharon will undergo an operation to close a tiny hole in his heart which is believed to be the reason for his mild stroke last week, his doctors said on Monday. Sharon, 77, has already returned to work after the December 18 health scare, but the stroke has raised questions over the bulky ex-general's physical fitness to lead as he campaigns for re-election for a third term.] 
MIDEAST
RTR1BLE9 
December 26, 2005 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon adjusts his skull cap during a candle-lighting ceremony for the second... 
Jerusalem 
Israeli PM Sharon adjusts his skull cap during Hanukkah candle-lighting ceremony in Jerusalem 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon adjusts his skull cap during a candle-lighting ceremony for the second night of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah in his office in Jerusalem December 26, 2005. Sharon will undergo an operation to close a tiny hole in his heart which is believed to be the reason for his mild stroke last week, his doctors said on Monday. Sharon, 77, has already returned to work after the December 18 health scare, but the stroke has raised questions over the bulky ex-general's physical fitness to lead as he campaigns for re-election for a third term. REUTERS/Yoav Lemmer/Pool 
MIDEAST SHARON
RTR1BLE3 
December 26, 2005 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the... 
Jerusalem 
Israeli PM Sharon takes part in Hanukkah candle-lighting ceremony in Jerusalem 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah in his office in Jerusalem December 26, 2005. Sharon will undergo an operation to close a tiny hole in his heart which is believed to be the reason for his mild stroke last week, his doctors said on Monday. Sharon, 77, has already returned to work after the Dec. 18 health scare, but the stroke has raised questions over the bulky ex-general's physical fitness to lead as he campaigns for re-election for a third term. REUTERS/Yoav Lemmer/Pool 
MIDEAST SHARON HEALTH
RTR1BL6P 
December 26, 2005 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the... 
Jerusalem 
Israeli Prime Minister Sharon takes part in a Hanukkah candle-lighting ceremony in Jerusalem 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah in his office in Jerusalem December 26, 2005. Sharon will undergo an operation to close a tiny hole in his heart which is believed to be the reason for his mild stroke last week, his doctors said on Monday. Sharon, 77, has already returned to work after the December 18 health scare, but the stroke has raised questions over the bulky ex-general's physical fitness to lead as he campaigns for re-election for a third term. REUTERS/Yoav Lemmer/Pool 
MIDEAST SHARON HEALTH
RTR1BL6L 
December 26, 2005 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the... 
Jerusalem 
Israeli Prime Minister Sharon takes part in a Hanukkah candle lighting ceremony in Jerusalem 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah in his office in Jerusalem December 26, 2005. Sharon will undergo an operation to close a tiny hole in his heart which is believed to be the reason for his mild stroke last week, his doctors said on Monday. Sharon, 77, has already returned to work after the December 18 health scare, but the stroke has raised questions over the bulky ex-general's physical fitness to lead as he campaigns for re-election for a third term. REUTERS/Yoav Lemmer/Pool 
MIDEAST
RTR1BKY4 
December 26, 2005 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (L) takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night... 
Jerusalem 
Israeli PM Sharon takes part in Hanukkah candle-lighting ceremony in Jerusalem 
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (L) takes part in a candle-lighting ceremony on the second night of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah in his office in Jerusalem December 26, 2005. Sharon will undergo an operation to close a tiny hole in his heart which is believed to be the reason for his mild stroke last week, his doctors said on Monday. Sharon, 77, has already returned to work after the December 18 health scare, but the stroke has raised questions over the bulky ex-general's physical fitness to lead as he campaigns for re-election for a third term. REUTERS/Yoav Lemmer/Pool 
INDIA
RTR1BH7U 
November 22, 2005 
Indian farmers carry ripe paddy from the fields near the eastern Indian city of Kolkata November 22,... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian farmers carry ripe paddy from the fields near Kolkata 
Indian farmers carry ripe paddy from the fields near the eastern Indian city of Kolkata November 22, 2005. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal 
RITA NEW ORLEANS
RTRPD2B 
September 24, 2005 
Katie Guillot, 13, carries her luggage as she makes her way out of Crown Pointe, Louisiana, September... 
Crown Pointe, UNITED STATES 
Girl carries luggage as she makes her way out of Crown Pointe in Louisiana 
Katie Guillot, 13, carries her luggage as she makes her way out of Crown Pointe, Louisiana, September 25, 2005. Winds resulting from Hurricane Rita have caused areas like Crown Pointe south of New Orleans to flood. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi 
QUAKE INDONESIA
RTRJS64 
January 06, 2005 
Indonesian soldiers unload aid supplies at a military camp in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh on the... 
Indonesia 
Indonesian soldiers unload aid supplies at a military camp in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh. 
Indonesian soldiers unload aid supplies at a military camp in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh on the Indonesian island of Sumatra January 6, 2005. The United Nations wants major donors to allocate nearly $1 billion of promised monies for spending on basic needs for victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami over the next six months. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco CN 
QUAKE INDONESIA
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January 03, 2005 
Tsunami refugees receive supplies distributed by USS Abraham Lincoln carrier strike group in Krueng Raya,... 
Kouati Sounam, Indonesia 
Tsunami refugees receive supplies distributed by USS Abraham Lincoln carrier strike group in ... 
Tsunami refugees receive supplies distributed by USS Abraham Lincoln carrier strike group in Krueng Raya, northeast of Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Tsunami refugees receive supplies distributed by the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group in Krueng Raya, some 15 miles northeast of Banda Aceh, Indonesia January 3, 2005. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao 
FLORAL PARADE
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June 12, 2004 
A glamorous pa'u rider is riding as the "Princess of Oahu' in the colorful 88th Annual King Kamehameha... 
Honolulu 
PAU RIDER IN HAWAII'S MOST COLORFUL PARADE. 
A glamorous pa'u rider is riding as the "Princess of Oahu' in the colorful 88th Annual King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade, with marching bands and floral floats in Honolulu, Hawaii, June 12, 2004. In the nineteenth century, Hawaiian women who did not like to ride sidesaddle on a horse developed a bulky skirt called a "Pa'u" so they could sit in the saddle like men. The riders and horses are adorned with all kinds of leis. Today, Pa'u Riders are commonly seen in various parades and special events throughout the islands but King Kamehameha Day is one of the largest celebrations of it's kind. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP 
INDIA
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December 01, 2000 
A scientist (R) from Indo American Hybrid Seeds (India) Pvt. Ltd explains to a farmer how to get more... 
Chandigarh, Republic of India 
A SCIENTIST EXPLAINS TO A FARMER ABOUT NEW SEEDS IN CHANDIGARAH. 
A scientist (R) from Indo American Hybrid Seeds (India) Pvt. Ltd explains to a farmer how to get more bulky capsicum, at The Agro Tech 2000 Fair in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh on December 1, 2000. Participants from France, the Netherlands, Israel, the US, Italy, Spain and Russia are taking part in the five-day event held every two-years. The theme of the fair is 'Global competitiveness of Indian agriculture.

JSG/PB 
NETANYAHU
RTXIO20 
January 06, 1999 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discards his bulky bullet-proof jacket in a picture from television... 
North Israel, Israel 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discards his bulky bullet-proof jacket in a picture from televisio..... 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discards his bulky bullet-proof jacket in a picture from television when he addresses his Likud party supporters January 5 night in a rally in northern Israel. Netanyahu drew cheers from the crowd when he asked if everyone in the hall was a Likud supporter and quickly threw off the jacket and shook his head in relief saying he was wearing the protective jacket due to security concerns.
POOR QUALITY VIDEO DOCUMENT 
RTRU2GF 
March 26, 1998 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY PANAMA-PRESIDENT-FILE PHOTO FEB98 - Panama's President Ernesto Perez Balladares,... 
Panama 
TO GO WITH BC PANAMA PRESIDENT 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY PANAMA-PRESIDENT-FILE PHOTO FEB98 - Panama's President Ernesto Perez Balladares, nicknamed "El Toro" (the Bull) for his bulky frame, walks past an honorary guard at the Presidential Palace. Balladares planned bid for re-election in 1999 has opposition parties up in arms. The constitution bars a president from a second consecutive five-year term but Perez Balladares, a millionaire entrepreneur and former banker, seems likely to overcome that hurdle.

FEATURE 
SPACE
RTXFKP9 
November 22, 1995 
An aerospaciale satellite is loaded aboard the Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 in a dry run at Nice airport... 
Nice, France 
An aerospaciale satellite is loaded aboard the Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 in a dry run at Nice airpor..... 
An aerospaciale satellite is loaded aboard the Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 in a dry run at Nice airport November 22. The large capacity Beluga will be brought into service in the near future for the transport of bulky satallites form the construction site in Cannes, southern France to the launch pad at [Kourou, French Guiana] 
BELUGA
RTXFKP8 
November 22, 1995 
The Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 seeb at Nice airport November 22. The large capacity Beluga will be brought... 
Nice, France 
The Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 seeb at Nice airport November 22. The large capacity Beluga will be b..... 
The Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 seeb at Nice airport November 22. The large capacity Beluga will be brought into service in the near future for the transport of bulky satallites form the construction site in Cannes, southern France to the launch pad at [Kourou, French Guiana] 
BELUGA
RTXFKP7 
November 22, 1995 
The Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 seeb at Nice airport November 22. The large capacity Beluga will be brought... 
Nice, France 
The Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 seeb at Nice airport November 22. The large capacity Beluga will be b..... 
The Airbus "Beluga" A300-600 seeb at Nice airport November 22. The large capacity Beluga will be brought into service in the near future for the transport of bulky satallites form the construction site in Cannes, southern France to the launch pad at [Kourou, French Guiana] 
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