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OneShot 
New Nose Grown on Man's Forehead - 26 Sep 2013 
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BAHRAIN/
RTR2K4AX 
March 19, 2011 
Bahraini Shi'ite protesters collect empty tear-gas cartilages fired by riot police in the village of... 
Manama, Bahrain 
Bahraini Shi'ite protesters collect empty tear-gas cartilages fired by riot police in the village of... 
Bahraini Shi'ite protesters collect empty tear-gas cartilages fired by riot police in the village of Malkiya, South of Manama during a protest, March 19, 2011. Bahrain's majority Shi'ites, who make up more than 60 percent of the population, have long complained of discrimination in jobs and services. Most are calling for a constitutional monarchy and democratic reforms. A smaller number have also demanded the overthrow of the monarchy, alarming the ruling Sunni al-Khalifa family and prompting their clampdown. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
SPORT SOCCER FIGO
RTR10V3I 
January 16, 2005 
Team doctors check the knee of Real Zaragoza's defender Cesar Jimenez before he was taken off the pitch... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Zaragoza's defender Jimenez is checked by medics during Spanish league match in Madrid. 
Team doctors check the knee of Real Zaragoza's defender Cesar Jimenez before he was taken off the pitch on a stretcher after colliding with Real Madrid's Portuguese midfielder Luis Figo (not pictured) during their Spanish League match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium January 16, 2005. Figo has apologised January 18, 2005 for the incident that will leave Jimenez on the sidelines for between six and eight months. Jimenez is to undergo surgery on Thursday after tearing his cruciate ligament and suffering muscle and cartilage damage when Figo slid into him with his studs up. "I'm really sad about it," Figo told the Real Madrid website on Tuesday. "At no time did I want to hurt him. We were both both going for the ball as hard as we could. I went in with my eyes closed and he got there first. Picture taken January 16. REUTERS/Andrea Comas 
SPORT SOCCER FIGO
RTR10V3C 
January 16, 2005 
Real Zaragoza's defender Cesar Jimenez (C) is taken off the pitch on a stretcher after colliding with... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Zaragoza's defender Jimenez carried on a stretcher during Spanish league match in Madrid. 
Real Zaragoza's defender Cesar Jimenez (C) is taken off the pitch on a stretcher after colliding with Real Madrid's Portuguese midfielder Luis Figo (not pictured) during their Spanish League match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium January 16, 2005. Figo apologised January 18, 2005 for the incident that will leave Jimenez on the sidelines for between six and eight months. Jimenez is to undergo surgery on Thursday after tearing his cruciate ligament and suffering muscle and cartilage damage when Figo slid into him with his studs up. "I'm really sad about it," Figo told the Real Madrid website on Tuesday. "At no time did I want to hurt him. We were both both going for the ball as hard as we could. I went in with my eyes closed and he got there first. Picture taken January 16. REUTERS/Andrea Comas 
SPORT SOCCER FIGO
RTR10V32 
January 16, 2005 
Real Madrid midfielder Luis Figo slides into Real Zaragoza defender Cesar Jimenez during a Spanish League... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Madrid's Figo collides with Real Zaragoza's defender Jimenez during Spanish league match. 
Real Madrid midfielder Luis Figo slides into Real Zaragoza defender Cesar Jimenez during a Spanish League first division match in this picture taken on January 16, 2005. Figo (top) has apologised January 18, 2005 for a challenge on Real Zaragoza defender Cesar Jimenez (bottom) that will leave the player on the sidelines for between six and eight months. Jimenez will undergo surgery on Thursday after tearing his cruciate ligament and suffering muscle and cartilage damage when Figo slid into him with his studs up during Sunday's league match, which Real Madrid won 3-1. "I'm really sad about it," Figo told the Real Madrid website on Tuesday. "At no time did I want to hurt him. We were both both going for the ball as hard as we could. I went in with my eyes closed and he got there first. Picture taken January 16. REUTERS/Andrea Comas REUTERS 
SPORT SOCCER FIGO
RTR10V2X 
January 16, 2005 
Real Madrid midfielder Luis Figo slides into Real Zaragoza defender Cesar Jimenez during a Spanish League... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Madrid's Figo collides with Real Zaragoza's defender Jimenez during Spanish league match. 
Real Madrid midfielder Luis Figo slides into Real Zaragoza defender Cesar Jimenez during a Spanish League first division match in this picture taken on January 16, 2005. Figo (top) has apologised January 18, 2005 for a challenge on Real Zaragoza defender Cesar Jimenez (bottom) that will leave the player on the sidelines for between six and eight months. Jimenez will undergo surgery on Thursday after tearing his cruciate ligament and suffering muscle and cartilage damage when Figo slid into him with his studs up during Sunday's league match, which Real Madrid won 3-1. "I'm really sad about it," Figo told the Real Madrid website on Tuesday. "At no time did I want to hurt him. We were both both going for the ball as hard as we could. I went in with my eyes closed and he got there first. Picture taken January 16. REUTERS/Andrea Comas 
MALAYSIA TURTLES
RTRB6PN 
September 18, 2004 
A green sea turtle swims up for air after feeding on sea grass off the coast of the Pulau Perhentian... 
Pulau Perhentian Besar, Thailand 
A green sea turtle swims up for air after feeding on sea grass off the coast of the Pulau ... 
A green sea turtle swims up for air after feeding on sea grass off the coast of the Pulau Perhentian Islands in north east Malaysia. A green sea turtle swims up for air after feeding on sea grass off the coast of the Pulau Perhentian Islands in north east Malaysia in this picture taken September 18, 2004. Named for the color of its cartilage and fat deposits around its internal organs, the endangered herbivorous green turtles are found throughout the tropics. Picture taken on September 18. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
MALAYSIA TURTLES
RTRB4UV 
September 18, 2004 
A diver swims along side a green sea turtle off the coast of the Pulau Perhentian Islands in north east... 
Pulau Perhentian Besar, Thailand 
A diver swims along side a green sea turtle off the coast of the Pulau Perhentian Islands in north ...... 
A diver swims along side a green sea turtle off the coast of the Pulau Perhentian Islands in north east Malaysia. A diver swims along side a green sea turtle off the coast of the Pulau Perhentian Islands in north east Malaysia in this picture taken September 18, 2004. Named for the color of its cartilage and fat deposits around its internal organs, the endangered herbivorous green turtles are found throughout the tropics. Picture taken on September 18. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
SPORT GOLF
RTRS1NJ 
June 14, 2004 
2003 U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk rubs his left wrist as he walks on the chipping green during practice... 
Shinnecock, UNITED STATES 
JIM FURYK RUBS WRIST IN PRACTICE FOR US OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP AT SHINNECOCK HILLS GOLF CLUB. 
2003 U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk rubs his left wrist as he walks on the chipping green during practice for the 2004 U.S. Open Golf Championship at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southhampton, New York, June 14, 2004. Furyk, who had surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left wrist earlier in the season and missed the 2004 Masters and The Players Championship with the injury, will attempt to defend his title when the 104th U.S. Open starts on June 17. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/GAC 
SPORT ALPINE
RTRQYVG 
January 03, 2004 
Croatia's slalom world, world cup and Olympic champion Ivica Kostelic rides on an exercise bike after... 
Austria 
CROATIA'S SLALOM CHAMPION IVICA KOSTELIC RIDES AN EXERCISE BIKE IN AUSTRIA. 
Croatia's slalom world, world cup and Olympic champion Ivica Kostelic rides on an exercise bike after his successful knee cartilage operation in Schruns in Austria's western Vorarlberg province December 18, 2003. Kostelic hopes to be back for the next world cup slalom in Flachau on January 3, 2004. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic MIK/CRB 
ROYALS
RTXMC3D 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, UK 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Fr..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. 
ROYALS
RTXMC3C 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, UK 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Fr..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. 
ROYALS
RTXMC3B 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, UK 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Fr..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. 
ROYALS
RTXMC3A 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, UK 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Fr..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. 
ROYALS
RTXMC39 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, UK 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Fr..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QGR 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford LB/MD 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QGG 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford LB/MD/CRB 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QFL 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford LB/MD/CRB 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QEK 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford LB/MDTHI 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QDR 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford LB/MD/THI 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QBO 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford LB/MD 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QBG 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford LB/MD 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8QAR 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford PP03120043 LB/MD 
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR8Q9G 
December 13, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES LONDON HOSPITAL AFTER UNDERGOING SURGERY TO REMOVE SKIN LESIONS ON HER... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves London's King Edward VII hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday to remove skin lesions on her face and torn cartilage from her left knee, December 13, 2003. The knee operation had been announced in advance, but the removal of what Buckingham Palace described as "some minor benign skin lesions" from the Queen's face came as a surprise. REUTERS/Lee Besford Pictures of the month December 2003 Pictures of the Year 2003 LB/MD/CRB 
ROYALS
RTXLPM6 
January 14, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II emerges from the King Edward VII hospital after surgery on her knee in London,... 
London, UK 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II emerges from the King Edward VII hospital after surgery on her knee in ..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II emerges from the King Edward VII hospital after surgery on her knee in London, January 14, 2003. The Queen had surgery lasting 45 minutes on Monday during which doctors removed a torn cartilage in her right knee. A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said the operation went very well and the Queen is expected to be "fully active again within a few weeks". 
BRITAIN
RTRGJJH 
January 14, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth leaves the King Edward VII hospital after
surgery on her knee in London, January... 
London, UK 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LEAVES THE KING EDWARD VII HOSPITAL AFTER
SURGERY ON HER RIGHT KNEE IN LONDON.... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth leaves the King Edward VII hospital after
surgery on her knee in London, January 14, 2003. The Queen had surgery
lasting 45 minutes on Monday during which doctors removed a torn
cartilage in her right knee. A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said the
operation went very well and the Queen is expected to be "fully active
again within a few weeks". REUTERS/Toby Melville

ASA 
BRITAIN
RTRGIER 
January 14, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth emerges from the King Edward VII hospital
after surgery on her knee in London,... 
London, UK 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH EMERGES FROM THE KING EDWARD VII HOSPITAL
AFTER SURGERY ON HER RIGHT KNEE... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth emerges from the King Edward VII hospital
after surgery on her knee in London, January 14, 2003. The Queen had
surgery lasting 45 minutes on Monday during which doctors removed a
torn cartilage in her right knee. A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said
the operation went very well and the Queen is expected to be "fully
active again within a few weeks". REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/AH 
BRITAIN
RTRGIEC 
January 14, 2003 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth emerges from the King Edward VII hospital
after surgery on her knee in London,... 
London, UK 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH EMERGES FROM THE KING EDWARD VII HOSPITAL
AFTER SURGERY ON HER RIGHT KNEE... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth emerges from the King Edward VII hospital
after surgery on her knee in London, January 14, 2003. The Queen had
surgery lasting 45 minutes on Monday during which doctors removed a
torn cartilage in her right knee. A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said
the operation went very well and the Queen is expected to be "fully
active again within a few weeks".

REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid 
ROYALS
RTXLPFS 
January 13, 2003 
Police stand guard outside the King Edward VII hospital where Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is recovering... 
London, UK 
Police stand guard outside the King Edward VII hospital where Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is recove..... 
Police stand guard outside the King Edward VII hospital where Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is recovering from a minor knee operation, January 13, 2003. Britain's 76-year-old Queen underwent a successful operation at a London hospital on Monday to remove a torn cartilage after a minor accident last month. 
BRITAIN QUEEN OPERATION
RTRGGJA 
January 13, 2003 
Police stand guard outside the King Edward VII hospital where Britain's
Queen Elizabeth II is recovering... 
London, UK 
POLICE STAND GUARD OUTSIDE THE KING EDWARD VII HOSPITAL WHERE QUEEN
ELIZABETH RECOVERS FROM KNEE OPERATION.... 
Police stand guard outside the King Edward VII hospital where Britain's
Queen Elizabeth II is recovering from a minor knee operation, January
13, 2003. Britain's 76-year-old Queen underwent a successful operation
at a London hospital on Monday to remove a torn cartilage after a minor
accident last month. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRVAEB 
May 08, 2002 
Baltimore Orioles' David Segui grimaces after swinging and missing a
pitch from Cleveland Indians' Danys... 
Baltimore, United States of America 
ORIOLES SEGUI GRIMACES AFTER MISSING PITCH FROM INDIANS BAEZ. 
Baltimore Orioles' David Segui grimaces after swinging and missing a
pitch from Cleveland Indians' Danys Baez during his first at bat in
their game at Camden Yards in Baltimore, May 8, 2002. Segui said on
Monday that he has a torn tendon in his left wrist that would require
surgery and possibly keep him out from six to eight weeks, but the club
announced that the injury is a bruised tendon with some cartilage
damage. Segui struck out in the at bat. REUTERS/Joe Giza

JG/ME 
SPORT NBA JORDAN
RTRTH4F 
February 23, 2002 
Washington Wizards NBA star Michael Jordan underwent surgery February
27, 2002 to repair torn cartilage... 
Washington, United States of America 
FILE PHOTO OF WIZARDS NBA STAR MICHAEL JORDAN WITH ICE BAGS ON HIS
KNEES. 
Washington Wizards NBA star Michael Jordan underwent surgery February
27, 2002 to repair torn cartilage in his knee. Jordan will rest for a
few days and then begin therapy, according to Wizards general manager
Wes Unseld. There currently is no time frame for his return to the team
and a NBA schedule. Jordan puts ice bags on his knees late in the first
quarter of the Wizards' game against the Miami Heat in this file photo
from February 23, 2002. REUTERS/Joe Giza/files

JG/GN 
Nd23.JPG
RTRG6VR 
August 07, 1998 
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A deformed Pacific Treefrog, Hyla regilla, found near Portland, Oregon in 1997,... 
Washington 
FILE PHOTO OF DEFORMED TREE FROG SPECIMEN. 
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A deformed Pacific Treefrog, Hyla regilla, found near Portland, Oregon in 1997, is one of many deformed frogs that have been discovered around the world. A common chemical derived from vitamin A and key to the development of all animals, from fish to humans, may be causing gross deformities in frogs, biologists said August 5. This specimen is loaded with trematode cysts, shown as tiny black dots, in and around the base of the deformed doubled left hind leg, but are absent from the right hind limb. This specimen was preserved and then the tissues were treated with an enzyme that makes them transparent, then the bones are stained red and the cartilage (joints) are stained blue.

RC/HB/AA 
FROGS
RTXI46U 
August 06, 1998 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A deformed Pacific Treefrog, Hyla regilla, found near Portland, Oregon in 1997,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A deformed Pacific Treefrog, Hyla regilla, found near Portland, Oregon in 19..... 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A deformed Pacific Treefrog, Hyla regilla, found near Portland, Oregon in 1997, is one of many deformed frogs that have been discovered around the world. A common chemical derived from vitamin A and key to the development of all animals, from fish to humans, may be causing gross deformities in frogs, biologists said August 5. This specimen is loaded with trematode cysts, shown as tiny black dots, in and around the base of the deformed doubled left hind leg, but are absent from the right hind limb. This specimen was preserved and then the tissues were treated with an enzyme that makes them transparent, then the bones are stained red and the cartilage (joints) are stained blue. 
RTRAWBA 
January 29, 1998 
Orlando Magics' Anfernee Hardaway reacts after missing a second quarter lay-up against the Houston Rockets,... 
multiple countries 
ORLANDO MAGICS' HARDAWAY RETURNS AFTER 26 GAMES 
Orlando Magics' Anfernee Hardaway reacts after missing a second quarter lay-up against the Houston Rockets, January 29. Hardaway was activated after missing 26 games due to a cartilage tear in his left knee December 5. The Rockets were hosting the Magic at the Compaq Center in Houston. aal/Photo by Adrees A.

SPORT NBA 
RTRAWB2 
January 29, 1998 
Orlando Magic's Anfernee Hardaway looses the ball between Houston Rockets Othella Harrington (L) and... 
multiple countries 
MAGIC'S HARDAWAY LOOSES BALL BETWEEN ROCKETS 
Orlando Magic's Anfernee Hardaway looses the ball between Houston Rockets Othella Harrington (L) and Clyde Drexler (R), during second half action, January 29. Hardaway scored 11 points off the bench after missing 26 games due to a cartilage tear in his left knee December 5. The Magic beat the Rockets 95-88 at the Compaq Center in Houston. aal/Photo by Adrees A.

SPORT NBA 
RTRAWAA 
January 29, 1998 
Houston Rockets' Clyde Drexler (R) steals the ball away from Orlando Magics' Anfernee Hardaway during... 
multiple countries 
ROCKETS' DREXLERS STEALS FROM MAGICS' HARDAWAY 
Houston Rockets' Clyde Drexler (R) steals the ball away from Orlando Magics' Anfernee Hardaway during first quarter action, January 29. Hardaway was activated after missing 26 games due to a cartilage tear in his left knee December 5. The Rockets were hosting the Magic at the Compaq Center in Houston. aal/Photo by Adrees A.

SPORT NBA 
RTR1FVQ 
January 26, 1997 
FILE PHOTO SEP96 - Jordan's King Hussein waves to crowds from his car drunig his visit to the Southern... 
Jordan 
FILE PHOTO OF JORDAN'S KING HUSSEIN 
FILE PHOTO SEP96 - Jordan's King Hussein waves to crowds from his car drunig his visit to the Southern city of Madaba in this September 96 file photo. King Hussein went into hospital on January 26, late night for treatment to a painful knee. The King's private doctor Samir Farraj said the King would have a piece of cartilage removed from his left knee.

JORDAN KING 
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