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RALLYING/
RTR2VQUD
December 30, 2011
KTM's pilot Cyril Despres of France picks a croissant during a news conference ahead of the fourth South...
Mar Del Plata, Argentina
KTM's pilot Despres of France picks a croissant during a news conference ahead of the fourth South American...
KTM's pilot Cyril Despres of France picks a croissant during a news conference ahead of the fourth South American edition of the Dakar Rally 2012 in Mar del Plata December 30, 2011. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT MOTORSPORT)
FRANCE/
RTR2SI8M
October 11, 2011
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy looks at croissants as he has a coffee during a visit at a post-office-tobacconist-coffee...
VILLETELLE, France
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy looks at croissants as he has a coffee during a visit at a post-office-tobacconist-coffee...
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy looks at croissants as he has a coffee during a visit at a post-office-tobacconist-coffee in Villetelle, central France, October 11, 2011. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRONTIERS/VIETNAM-CONSUMERS
RTR2EEOK
May 27, 2010
Croissants are seen on baking trays at a Saigon Coop supermarket in Hanoi May 5, 2010. A demographic...
Hanoi, Vietnam
To match Feature FRONTIERS/VIETNAM-CONSUMERS
Croissants are seen on baking trays at a Saigon Coop supermarket in Hanoi May 5, 2010. A demographic shift in Vietnam could mirror the economic transformation of mid-sized countries such as South Korea, driven by both rapid industrialisation and new entrants into the work force who will help power output as well as consumption. Picture taken on May 5, 2010. To match Feature FRONTIERS/VIETNAM-CONSUMERS REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-COFFEE/
RTXQ2EE
October 27, 2009
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik reads the coffee grounds of customer at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli waitress reads a customer's coffee grounds at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik reads the coffee grounds of customer at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October 27, 2009. The recently launched service, provided free of charge with a cup of coffee, is part of a campaign to boost the coffee chain's sales in the highly competitive Israeli market. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL SOCIETY BUSINESS)
ITALY-QUAKE/
RTXDRNZ
April 08, 2009
A child eats a croissant in a tent camp where earthquake victims reside in Aquila April 8, 2009. The...
AQUILA, Italy
A child eats a croissant in a tent camp where earthquake victims reside in downtown Aquila
A child eats a croissant in a tent camp where earthquake victims reside in Aquila April 8, 2009. The death toll in the Italian earthquake rose to 250 during the night after 15 more bodies were pulled out of the rubble, the civil protection department said. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY DISASTER)
IAWS/HIESTAND
RTX6P5K
June 09, 2008
Frozen croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are pictured at a store in Nebikon near Lucerne...
Nebikon, Switzerland
Croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are pictured at a store in Nebikon near Lucerne
Frozen croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are pictured at a store in Nebikon near Lucerne June 9, 2008. Irish baker IAWS is buying Swiss peer Hiestand in a deal worth around four billion Swiss francs ($3.93 billion) to form one of the world's biggest baked good companies. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND)
IAWS/HIESTAND
RTX6P5J
June 09, 2008
Frozen croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are pictured at a store in Nebikon near Lucerne...
Nebikon, Switzerland
Croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are pictured at a store in Nebikon near Lucerne
Frozen croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are pictured at a store in Nebikon near Lucerne June 9, 2008. Irish baker IAWS is buying Swiss peer Hiestand in a deal worth around four billion Swiss francs ($3.93 billion) to form one of the world's biggest baked good companies. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND)
FRANCE/
RTR1XYL2
March 06, 2008
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy makes a croissant during his visit to a training centre in Vesoul...
VESOUL, France
France's President Sarkozy makes croissant in Vesoul
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy makes a croissant during his visit to a training centre in Vesoul March 6, 2008. REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE)
GERMANY/
RTX5150
December 27, 2007
A child holds a croissant he received from the charitable society Muenchner Tafel during food distribution...
Munich, Germany
A child holds a croissant he received by the charitable society Muenchner Tafel during food distribution...
A child holds a croissant he received from the charitable society Muenchner Tafel during food distribution to poor people in Munich, December 27, 2007. Muenchner Tafel offers food to low-income and homeless individuals donated by supermarkets, stores and a variety of companies. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
GERMANY-RAILWAY/STRIKE
RTR1REOI
July 03, 2007
Stranded passengers get free croissants for breakfast during a warning strike at the main train station...
Frankfurt, Germany
Stranded passengers get free croissants for breakfast during a warning strike at the main train station...
Stranded passengers get free croissants for breakfast during a warning strike at the main train station in Frankfurt, July 3, 2007. German rail workers extended strikes over pay on Tuesday, causing what operator Deutsche Bahn said were "massive" disruptions for early morning commuters in big cities including Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1KZKC
January 08, 2007
Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel (R) of the conservative People's Party (OeVP) gestures while parliamentary...
Vienna, Austria
Chancellor Schuessel and parliamentary fraction leader Molterer prior to coalition talks in Vienna
Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel (R) of the conservative People's Party (OeVP) gestures while parliamentary fraction leader Wilhelm Molterer grabs a croissant prior to coalition talks in Vienna on January 8, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1KZKA
January 08, 2007
Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel (R) of the conservative People's Party (OeVP) and parliamentary...
Vienna, Austria
Chancellor Schuessel and parliamentary fraction leader Molterer eat croissants prior to coalition talks...
Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel (R) of the conservative People's Party (OeVP) and parliamentary fraction leader Wilhelm Molterer eat croissants prior to coalition talks in Vienna on January 8, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1KZK7
January 08, 2007
Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel of the conservative People's Party (OeVP) eats a croissant prior...
Vienna, Austria
Chancellor Schuessel eats a croissant prior to coalition talks in Vienna
Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel of the conservative People's Party (OeVP) eats a croissant prior to coalition talks in Vienna on January 8, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-COALITION/
RTR1KKX3
December 20, 2006
Austria's People's Party member Wilhelm Molterer (L) takes a croissant next to People's Party leader...
Vienna, Austria
Austria's People's Party member Molterer and People's Party leader and Chancellor Schuessel are pictured...
Austria's People's Party member Wilhelm Molterer (L) takes a croissant next to People's Party leader and Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel at the beginning of coalition talks in Vienna December 20, 2006. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
FOOD HIESTAND
RTR1I6Q2
October 10, 2006
An employee moves racks filled with freshly baked croissants at a plant of Swiss bakery products company...
LUPFIG, Switzerland
An employee moves racks filled with freshly baked croissants at a plant of Swiss bakery products company...
An employee moves racks filled with freshly baked croissants at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand in Lupfig near Zurich, October 10, 2006. Hiestand announced earlier in the day that it had acquired 100 percent ownership of German bakery products company Fricopan. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
FOOD HIESTAND
RTR1I6Q1
October 10, 2006
View of a production line of chocolate croissants at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand...
LUPFIG, Switzerland
View of a production line of chocolate croissants at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand...
View of a production line of chocolate croissants at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand in Lupfig near Zurich, October 10, 2006. Hiestand announced earlier in the day that it had acquired 100 percent ownership of German bakery products company Fricopan. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
FOOD HIESTAND
RTR1I6PU
October 10, 2006
An employee handles croissants at a production line at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand...
LUPFIG, Switzerland
An employee handles croissants at a production line at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand...
An employee handles croissants at a production line at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand in Lupfig near Zurich, October 10, 2006. Hiestand announced earlier in the day that it had acquired 100 percent ownership of German bakery products company Fricopan. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
FOOD HIESTAND
RTR1I6PQ
October 10, 2006
An employee rolls croissants at a production line at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand...
LUPFIG, Switzerland
An employee rolls croissants at a production line at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand...
An employee rolls croissants at a production line at a plant of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand in Lupfig near Zurich, October 10, 2006. Hiestand announced earlier in the day that it had acquired 100 percent ownership of German bakery products company Fricopan. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
FOOD HIESTAND
RTR1I6JS
October 10, 2006
Croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are ready to be served during a news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are ready to be served during a news conference...
Croissants of Swiss bakery products company Hiestand are ready to be served during a news conference of Hiestand in Zurich, October 10, 2006. Hiestand announced that it had acquired 100 percent ownership of German bakery products company Fricopan. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND)
DENMARK ELECTION
RTR15DR1
February 08, 2005
Denmark's Liberal Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen (R) hands out bags with croissants to pedestrians...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark's Prime Minister Rasmussen hands out croissants in Copenhagen.
Denmark's Liberal Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen (R) hands out bags with croissants to pedestrians in a street in Copenhagen February 8, 2005. Danes began voting in general elections on Tuesday with Rasmussen's re-election bid, based on a popular clampdown on asylum seekers, facing a last-minute surge for the opposition Social Democrats. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/JV
DENMARK ELECTION
RTRMNOA
February 08, 2005
Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen (L) hands out bags with croissants to pedestrians in a...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark's Prime Minister Rasmussen hands out croissants in Copenhagen.
Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen (L) hands out bags with croissants to pedestrians in a street in Copenhagen February 8, 2005. Danes began voting in general elections on Tuesday with Rasmussen's re-election bid, based on a popular clampdown on asylum seekers, facing a last-minute surge for the opposition Social Democrats. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/JV
DENMARK ELECTION
RTRMNNL
February 08, 2005
Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen holds bags with croissants to hand out to pedestrians...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark's Prime Minister Rasmussen holds bags with croissants in Copenhagen.
Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen holds bags with croissants to hand out to pedestrians in a street in Copenhagen February 8, 2005. Danes began voting in general elections on Tuesday with Rasmussen's re-election bid, based on a popular clampdown on asylum seekers, facing a last-minute surge for the opposition Social Democrats. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/AA
FASHION NEW YORK
RTRALQ0
September 12, 2004
A model wears a croissant fantine dress during contemporary fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer's Spring...
New York
A model wears a croissant fantine dress during Lilly Pulitzer's Spring 2005 fashion show in New York,....
A model wears a croissant fantine dress during contemporary fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer's Spring 2005 fashion show in New York, September 12, 2004. REUTERS/Chip East REUTERS CME
CAMPAIGN CLARK
RTRAY22
January 23, 2004
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate retired General Wesley Clark orders a croissant at Bread and Chocolate...
Concord, United States of America
CLARK ORDERS LUNCH DURING CAMPAIGN BREAK IN CONCORD.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate retired General Wesley Clark orders a croissant at Bread and Chocolate in Concord, New Hampshire January 23, 2004. Clark will hold a rally later in the evening with actor Ted Danson. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/JDP
CAMPAIGN CLARK
RTRAY13
January 23, 2004
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate retired General Wesley Clark carries his lunch of a croissant...
Concord, United States of America
CLARK CARRIES LUNCH DURING CAMPAIGN BREAK.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate retired General Wesley Clark carries his lunch of a croissant and an eclair at Bread and Chocolate in Concord, New Hampshire January 23, 2004. Clark will hold a rally later in the evening with actor Ted Danson. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS
STARBUCKS
RTXMDRN
January 15, 2004
French croissants are offered to the first customers at Starbucks Coffee Company's first coffee house...
Paris, France
French croissants are offered to the first customers at Starbucks Coffee Company's first coffee hous.....
French croissants are offered to the first customers at Starbucks Coffee Company's first coffee house after it opened in Paris, January 15, 2004. The coffee house is situated on Avenue de l'Opera at the heart of Paris' tourist district.
FRANCE STARBUCKS
RTRAAW6
January 15, 2004
French croissants are offered to the first customers at Starbucks Coffee Company's first coffee house...
Paris, France (French Republic)
FRENCH CROISSANTS OFFERED TO FIRST CUSTOMERS AT STARBUCKS AFTER IT OPENED ITS FIRST COFFEE HOUSE IN PARIS....
French croissants are offered to the first customers at Starbucks Coffee Company's first coffee house after it opened in Paris, January 15, 2004. The coffee house is situated on Avenue de l'Opera at the heart of Paris' tourist district. REUTERS/Charles Platiau PP04010041 MAL/CRB
FRANCE
RTR15B
January 01, 2002
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin leaves a baker's shop after buying
some croissants downtown Paris,...
Paris, France
FRENCH PRIME MINISTER LIONEL JOSPIN GOES SHOPPING IN PARIS WITH NEW
CURRENCY.
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin leaves a baker's shop after buying
some croissants downtown Paris, January 1, 2002. Jospin went shopping
to mark the launch of the new currency. Euro notes and coins replaced
national currencies as legal tender in 12 European Union countries.
REUTERS/Charles Platiau

CP/
ARGENTINA CAFE
RTRM4K3
August 31, 2001
A waitress gives a welcome kiss to a customer at the recently
inaugurated Cafe Piernas (Legs) in downtown...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
A WAITRESS IN HOT PANTS GIVES A KISS TO A CLIENT IN BUENOS AIRES.
A waitress gives a welcome kiss to a customer at the recently
inaugurated Cafe Piernas (Legs) in downtown Buenos Aires, August 31,
2001. Mimicking a successful cafe that they visited in neighboring
Chile, the owners of Cafe Pierna offer a place where their customers
stop by for more than just Buenos Aires' famous express coffee and
croissants. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/SV
ARGENTINA CAFE
RTRM4JY
August 31, 2001
A waitress in hot pants serves coffee to a client at the recently
inaugurated Cafe Piernas (Legs) in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
WAITRESS IN HOT PANTS SERVE COFFEE TO CLIENTS IN BUENOS AIRES.
A waitress in hot pants serves coffee to a client at the recently
inaugurated Cafe Piernas (Legs) in downtown Buenos Aires, August 31,
2001. Mimicking a successful cafe that they visited in neighboring
Chile, the owners of Cafe Pierna offer a place where their customers
stop by for more than just Buenos Aires' famous coffee and croissants.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/SV
ARGENTINA CAFE
RTRM4JT
August 31, 2001
Waitresses in hot pants serve coffee to customers at the recently
inaugurated Cafe Piernas (Legs) in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
WAITRESSES IN HOT PANTS SERVE COFFEE TO CLIENTS IN BUENOS AIRES.
Waitresses in hot pants serve coffee to customers at the recently
inaugurated Cafe Piernas (Legs) in downtown Buenos Aires, August 31,
2001. Mimicking a successful cafe that they visited in neighboring
Chile, the owners of Cafe Pierna offer a place where their customers
stop by for more than just Buenos Aires' famous expresso and
croissants. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/SV
ARGENTINA SURVIVORS
RTRN7TM
March 23, 1999
Australian Su Yin Lee (L) serves croissants to her Irish boyfriend Brendan Timmis in a hospital at the...
Bariloche, Argentina
AUSTRALIAN LEE TAKES CARE OF IRISH BOYFRIEND TIMMIS IN HOSPITAL.
Australian Su Yin Lee (L) serves croissants to her Irish boyfriend Brendan Timmis in a hospital at the Andean ski resort of Bariloche,March 23 after they survived two weeks lost in the freezing Patagonia region when Timmis slipped and broke his leg. During their ordeal Timmis asked Lee to marry him if they ever survived and they now plan to marry in Perth, Australia, in November. The couple are considering going back to Patagonia for their honeymoon.

RR/KL/AS
SINGAPORE
RTXFQSK
September 14, 1995
A customer at Singapore's first cybercafe "surfs the Net" at one of the establishment's terminals while...
A customer at Singapore's first cybercafe "surfs the Net" at one of the establishment's terminals wh.....
A customer at Singapore's first cybercafe "surfs the Net" at one of the establishment's terminals while empty coffee mugs sit near an unused computer. At the restaurant called CyberNet Cafe a cup of coffee, a croissant and an hour of surfing the Net costs S$13 (US$9.2). Access to the Internet is becoming increasingly popular in high-technology Singapore. Picture taken 13 SEP 95
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