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SOCCER-GERMANY/
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July 09, 2007 
VfB Stuttgart soccer team poses for a group picture during the team's official photo call for the upcoming... 
Stuttgart, Germany 
VfB Stuttgart soccer team poses for a group picture during the team's official photo call for the upcoming... 
VfB Stuttgart soccer team poses for a group picture during the team's official photo call for the upcoming soccer season in Stuttgart July 9, 2007. (last row L-R) Matthieu Delpierre, Mario Gomez, Sami Khedira, Peter Perchtold, Serdar Tasci, Ludovic Magnin,Thomas Hitzelsperger, Gledson, Georges Mandjek, Marco Pischorn, Christian Gentner, Roberto Hilbert. (centre row L-R) Coach Armin Veh, Alfons Higl, Markus Babbel, Ebbo Trautner, Jochen Ruecker, Christian Kolodziej, Gerhard Woern, Detlef Mueller, Hagen Stroh, Kostas Papandrafillis, Klaus Flitsch. (first row L-R) Yildiran Bastuerk, Andreas Beck, Silvio Meissner, Cacau, Raphael Schaefer, Fernando Meira, Michael Langer, Alexander Stolz, Alexander Farnerud, Antonio da Silva, Manuel Fischer, Arthur Boka. The German Bundesliga first division soccer season will start August 10. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY) 
SOCCER-GERMANY/
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July 09, 2007 
VfB Stuttgart soccer team poses for a group picture during the team's official photo call for the upcoming... 
Stuttgart, Germany 
VfB Stuttgart soccer team poses for a group picture during the team's official photo call for the upcoming... 
VfB Stuttgart soccer team poses for a group picture during the team's official photo call for the upcoming soccer season in Stuttgart July 9, 2007. (last row L-R) Matthieu Delpierre, Mario Gomez, Sami Khedira, Peter Perchtold, Serdar Tasci, Ludovic Magnin,Thomas Hitzelsperger, Gledson, Georges Mandjek, Marco Pischorn, Christian Gentner, Roberto Hilbert. (centre row L-R) Coach Armin Veh, Alfons Higl, Markus Babbel, Ebbo Trautner, Jochen Ruecker, Christian Kolodziej, Gerhard Woern, Detlef Mueller, Hagen Stroh, Kostas Papandrafillis, Klaus Flitsch. (first row L-R) Yildiran Bastuerk, Andreas Beck, Silvio Meissner, Cacau, Raphael Schaefer, Fernando Meira, Michael Langer, Alexander Stolz, Alexander Farnerud, Antonio da Silva, Manuel Fischer, Arthur Boka. The German Bundesliga first division soccer season will start August 10. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY) 
HONGKONG/
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February 25, 2007 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva (2nd L) bids farewell to super sprinter Silent Witness after a ceremony... 
Hong Kong, China 
Owner da Silva bids farewell to super sprinter Silent Witness after ceremony marking its retirement from... 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva (2nd L) bids farewell to super sprinter Silent Witness after a ceremony marking its retirement from professional racing, in Hong Kong February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA) 
HORSE RACING/
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February 04, 2007 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of super sprinter "Silent Witness", wipes tears after the horse's last... 
Hong Kong, China 
da Silva, owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", wipes tears after horse's last race in Hong Kong... 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of super sprinter "Silent Witness", wipes tears after the horse's last race the Hong Kong "Centenary Sprint Cup 2007" at Shatin race track in Hong Kong February 4, 2007. The horse, which retired from professional racing on Sunday, has made a record of 17 consecutive victories. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA) 
SPORT SOCCER GERMANY
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November 12, 2006 
VfB Stuttgart's Cacau celebrates a goal with team-mates Antonio da Silva (25) and Arthur Boka (15) during... 
Hanover, Germany 
VfB Stuttgart's Cacau celebrates a goal with team-mates da Silva and Boka during their team's German... 
VfB Stuttgart's Cacau celebrates a goal with team-mates Antonio da Silva (25) and Arthur Boka (15) during their German Bundesliga soccer match against Hanover 96 in Hanover November 12, 2006. ONLINE CLIENTS MAY USE UP TO SIX IMAGES DURING EACH MATCH WITHOUT THE AUTHORITY OF THE DFL. NO MOBILE USE DURING THE MATCH AND FOR A FURTHER TWO HOURS AFTERWARDS IS PERMITTED WITHOUT THE AUTHORITY OF THE DFL. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
SPORT HORSERACING
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May 26, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of super sprinter Silent Witness, chats with South African jockey... 
Hong Kong, China 
Silent Witness owner da Silva chats with jockey Coetzee in Hong Kong. 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of super sprinter Silent Witness, chats with South African jockey Felix Coetzee at Shatin race track in Hong Kong May 26, 2005. Three top local runners, including Silent Witness, will represent Hong Kong to compete in the 1,600-metre Yasuda Kinen, the second leg of the Asian Mile Challenge, at Tokyo Racecourse in Japan on June 5. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/AH 
SPORT HORSE RACING
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May 26, 2005 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva (2R), wife Betty (L) and South African jockey Felix Coetzee (R) pose with... 
Hong Kong, China 
Owner da Silva, wife Betty and jockey Coetzee pose with super sprinter Silent Witness in Hong Kong. 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva (2R), wife Betty (L) and South African jockey Felix Coetzee (R) pose with super sprinter Silent Witness at Shatin race track in Hong Kong May 26, 2005. Three top local runners, including Silent Witness, will represent Hong Kong to compete in the 1,600-metre Yasuda Kinen, the second leg of the Asian Mile Challenge, at Tokyo Racecourse in Japan on June 5. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/TC 
SPORT HORSE RACING
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May 26, 2005 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva (2R) kisses super sprinter Silent Witness as wife Betty (L) looks on at... 
Hong Kong, China 
Owner da Silva kisses super sprinter Silent Witness at Shatin race track in Hong Kong. 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva (2R) kisses super sprinter Silent Witness as wife Betty (L) looks on at Shatin race track in Hong Kong May 26, 2005. Three top local runners, including Silent Witness, will represent Hong Kong to compete in the 1,600 m Yasuda Kinen, the second leg of the Asian Mile Challenge, at Tokyo Racecourse in Japan on June 5. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/TC 
HONGKONG
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April 24, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter 'Silent Witness', celebrates with South African... 
Hong Kong, China 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter 'Silent Witness', celebrates with South ... 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter 'Silent Witness', celebrates with South African jockey Felix Coetzee after his horse won the 1,400-metre Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup at Shatin racetrack in Hong Kong. Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", celebrates with South African jockey Felix Coetzee after his horse won the 1,400-metre Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup at Shatin racetrack in Hong Kong April 24, 2005. REUTERS/Kin Cheung Pictures of the Month April 2005 
SPORTS HORSERACING
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April 24, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of Silent Witness, celrbates after winning Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup... 
Hong Kong, China 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of Silent Witness, celrbates after winning Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup... 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of Silent Witness, celrbates after winning Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup in Hong Kong. Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", celebrates after his horse won the 1,400-metre Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup at Shatin racetrack in Hong Kong April 24, 2005. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
HONGKONG
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April 03, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of Hong Kong sprinter Silent Witness, celebrates with fans after his... 
Hong Kong, China 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of sprinter Silent Witness, celebrates in Hong Kong. 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of Hong Kong sprinter Silent Witness, celebrates with fans after his horse won the 1,200-metre Group 1 Chairman's Sprint Prize at the Shatin race track in Hong Kong April 3, 2005, equalling Cigar and Citation's world record of 16 consecutive victories. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/CN 
HONGKONG
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April 03, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (C), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", receives the prize money of... 
Hong Kong, China 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of sprinter Silent Witness, celebrates in Hong Kong. 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (C), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", receives the prize money of HK$2 million (US$256,500) after his horse won the 1,200-metre Group 1 in the Chairman's Sprint Prize at Shatin race track in Hong Kong April 3, 2005. The sprinter's win equals Cigar and Citation's world record of 16 consecutive victories. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/PN 
HONGKONG
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April 03, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", kisses trainer Anthony Cruz... 
Hong Kong, China 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of sprinter Silent Witness, kisses trainer Anthony Cruz in Hong Kong. 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", kisses trainer Anthony Cruz after the sprinter won the 1,200-metre Group 1 in the Chairman's Sprint Prize at Shatin race track in Hong Kong April 3, 2005. The sprinter's win equals Cigar and Citation's world record of 16 consecutive victories. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/PN 
HONGKONG
RTRSX2Y 
April 03, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", and wife Betty (C) pose with... 
Hong Kong, China 
Arthur Antonio da Silva and wife Betty pose with Silent Witness in Hong Kong. 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (R), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", and wife Betty (C) pose with jockey Felix Coetzee after da Silva's "Silent Witness" won the 1,200-metre Group 1 in the Chairman's Sprint Prize at Shatin race track in Hong Kong April 3, 2005. The sprinter's win equals Cigar and Citation's world record of 16 consecutive victories. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/PN 
HONGKONG
RTRSX20 
April 03, 2005 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", celebrates after his horse won... 
Hong Kong, China 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of sprinter Silent Witness, celebrates in Hong Kong. 
Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", celebrates after his horse won the 1,200-metre Group 1 in the Chairman's Sprint Prize at Shatin race track in Hong Kong April 3, 2005. The sprinter's win equals Cigar and Citation's world record of 16 consecutive victories. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/PN 
SPORTS HONGKONG HORSERACING
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December 12, 2004 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (2nd-R), owner of Hong Kong horse Silent Witness, receives a trophy as his wife... 
Hong Kong 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva of Hong Kong horse Silent Witness celebrates winning Hong Kong Sprint. 
Arthur Antonio da Silva (2nd-R), owner of Hong Kong horse Silent Witness, receives a trophy as his wife Betty looks on after their horse won the 1,000-metre Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin race track in Hong Kong December 12, 2004. Offering the highest purse anywhere in the world for a 1000-metre turf event, the US$1.28 million race has established a niche in premier horse racing events. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/SH 
SPORTS HONGKONG HORSERACING
RTRZYUM 
December 12, 2004 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva of Hong Kong horse Silent Witness celebrates winning Hong Kong Sprint in... 
Hong Kong 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva of Hong Kong horse Silent Witness celebrates winning Hong Kong Sprint ...... 
Owner Arthur Antonio da Silva of Hong Kong horse Silent Witness celebrates winning Hong Kong Sprint in Hong Kong. Arthur Antonio da Silva, owner of Hong Kong horse Silent Witness, celebrates after his horse won the 1,000-metre Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin race track in Hong Kong December 12, 2004. Offering the highest purse anywhere in the world for a 1000-metre turf event, the US$1.28 million race has established a niche in premier horse racing events. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
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