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GERMANY
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October 04, 2005
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich toasts after the announcement...
Munich, Germany
German scientist Theodor Haensch from Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich toasts after the announcement...
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich toasts after the announcement of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, that he won the 2005 Nobel Physics prize for work in the field of optics, in Munich October 4, 2005. Haensch won the prize together with the Americans Roy Glauber and John Hall for the theoretical description of the behaviour of light particles. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
NOBEL PHYSICS
RTR18QBK
October 04, 2005
Harvard University professor and 2005 Nobel Physics Prize winner Roy Glauber smiles in his office at...
Cambridge, USA
Nobel Physics Prize winner Glauber smiles in office at Harvard University
Harvard University professor and 2005 Nobel Physics Prize winner Roy Glauber smiles in his office at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 4, 2005. Glauber won the prize for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. Glauber will share the prize with John Hall of the University of Colorado and National Institute of Standards and Technology, and Theodor Hansch of the Max-Planck-Institut fur Quantenoptik, Garching and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat in Munich, Germany. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
NOBEL PHYSICS
RTR18QAV
October 04, 2005
Harvard University professor and 2005 Nobel Physics Prize winner Roy Glauber smiles in his office at...
Cambridge, USA
Nobel Physics Prize winner Glauber smiles in office at Harvard University
Harvard University professor and 2005 Nobel Physics Prize winner Roy Glauber smiles in his office at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 4, 2005. Glauber won the prize for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. Glauber will share the prize with John Hall of the University of Colorado and National Institute of Standards and Technology, and Theodor Hansch of the Max-Planck-Institut fur Quantenoptik, Garching and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat in Munich, Germany. REUTERS/Brian Snyder Pictures of the Month October 2005
NOBEL PHYSICS
RTR18Q9Z
October 04, 2005
Harvard University professor and 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics winner Roy J. Glauber reacts to a question...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
2005 Nobel Prize in Physics winner Roy J. Glauber reacts to a question during a news conference at Harvard...
Harvard University professor and 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics winner Roy J. Glauber reacts to a question during a news conference at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 4, 2005. Glauber is being recognized with the Nobel Prize for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. Glauber will share the Nobel Prize with John L. Hall of the University of Colorado and National Institute of Standards and Technology, and Theodor W. Hansch, of the Max-Planck-Institut fur Quantenoptik, Garching and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat in Munich, Germany. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
GERMANY
RTR18PF9
October 04, 2005
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich smiles after the announcement...
Munich, Germany
German scientist Theodor Haensch from Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich smiles after the announcement...
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich smiles after the announcement of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, that he won the 2005 Nobel Physics prize for work in the field of optics, in Munich October 4, 2005. Haensch won the prize together with the Americans Roy Glauber and John Hall for the theoretical description of the behaviour of light particles. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR18PEY
October 04, 2005
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich toasts after the announcement...
Munich, Germany
German scientist Theodor Haensch from Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich toasts after the announcement...
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich toasts after the announcement of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, that he won the 2005 Nobel Physics prize for work in the field of optics, in Munich October 4, 2005. Haensch won the prize together with the Americans Roy Glauber and John Hall for the theoretical description of the behaviour of light particles. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR18OSN
October 04, 2005
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich smiles after the announcement...
Munich, Germany
German scientist Theodor Haensch from Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich smiles after the announcement...
German scientist Theodor Haensch from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich smiles after the announcement of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, that he won the 2005 Nobel Physics prize for work in the field of optics, in Munich October 4, 2005. Haensch won the prize together with the Americans Roy Glauber and John Hall for the theoretical description of the behaviour of light particles. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
SPORT SWIMMING
RTRU97E
May 05, 2005
Brazilian swimmer Silva wins 50m backstroke final in Brazilian national club championship in Belo Horizonte,...
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Brazilian swimmer Silva wins 50m backstroke final in Brazilian national club championship in Belo ......
Brazilian swimmer Silva wins 50m backstroke final in Brazilian national club championship in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Brazilian Glauber Henrique Silva celebrates after winning the men's 50m backstroke final for the Pinheiros Sport Club team at the Brazilian national swimming team championship in Belo Horizonte May 5, 2005. Silva won the race with a time of 26.21 seconds. REUTERS/Washington Alves
SPORT SOCCER
RTRSFFO
March 20, 2005
Argentine player Carlos Tevez (C) of Corinthians soccer club fights against Correa (R) of Palmeiras and...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Argentine player Tevez of Corinthians fights against players of Palmeiras in Sao Paulo.
Argentine player Carlos Tevez (C) of Corinthians soccer club fights against Correa (R) of Palmeiras and teammate Glauber during their Paulista championship match against at Morumbi stadium in Sao Paulo, March 20, 2005. Corinthians won 2-0. REUTERS/Jose Patricio SM
SPORT SOCCER
RTRSFFI
March 20, 2005
Argentine player Carlos Tevez (C) of Corinthians soccer club fights against Correa (R) of Palmeiras and...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Argentine player Tevez of Corinthians fights against players of Palmeiras in Sao Paulo.
Argentine player Carlos Tevez (C) of Corinthians soccer club fights against Correa (R) of Palmeiras and teammate Glauber during their Paulista championship match against at Morumbi stadium in Sao Paulo, March 20, 2005. Corinthians won 2-0. REUTERS/Jose Patricio SM
FINANCIAL SETTLEMENT
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April 28, 2003
New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer holds the multi-page
settlement as SEC (Securities and...
Washington, United States of America
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION ANNOUNCES WALL STREET SETTLEMENT.
New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer holds the multi-page
settlement as SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) Chairman William
Donaldson (behind Spitzer), NASD (National Association of Securities
Dealers) Chairman and CEO Robert Glauber (L) and New York Stock
Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso (R) listen during an SEC briefing to
announce the $1.4 billion settlement against Wall Street investment
banks, April 28, 2003 in Washington. Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and
others had been charged with conflict of interest by the company's
financial research analysts. REUTERS/Mike Theiler

MT/HB
FINANCIAL SETTLEMENT
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April 28, 2003
SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) Chairman William Donaldson
(L), NASD (National Association...
Washington, United States of America
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION ANNOUNCES WALL STREET SETTLEMENT.
SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) Chairman William Donaldson
(L), NASD (National Association of Securities Dealers) Chairman and CEO
Robert Glauber (C) and New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso
listen to a question by a reporter during an SEC briefing to announce a
$1.4 billion settlement against Wall Street investment banks, April 28,
2003 in Washington. Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and others had been
charged with conflict of interest by the company's financial research
analysts. REUTERS/Mike Theiler

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SPORT SOCCER
RTR11BRX
January 11, 2003
Brazilian Glauber controls the ball as Ecuadorean David Guerron (R)
looks on, during their match for...
Montevideo, Uruguay - Eastern Republic of,
BRAZILIAN GLAUBER CONTROLS BALL AS ECUADOREAN GUERRON LOOKS ON.
Brazilian Glauber controls the ball as Ecuadorean David Guerron (R)
looks on, during their match for the Under 20 soccer tournament played
today in Montevideo, Uruguay, January 11, 2003. REUTERS/Andres Stapff

AS/HB
FINANCIAL ANALYSTS
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December 20, 2002
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer (L) listens as Christine Bruenn, the
president of the North...
New York, United States of America
NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL SPITZER AT SETTLEMENT PRESS CONFERENCE.
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer (L) listens as Christine Bruenn, the
president of the North American Securities Administrators Association,
speaks at a press conference at the New York Stock Exchange on December 20,
2002. The press conference was held to discuss a landmark settlement under
which top brokerages agreed to pay around $1.4 billion and accept new rules
of conduct to settle charges that they issued biased stock research. Steven
Cutler (2nd L), the enforcement director of the Securities and Exchange
Commission, New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso (3rd L), and
NASD Chairman and CEO Robert Glauber (R) also attended. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM/ME
FINANCIAL ANALYSTS
RTRFO9O
December 20, 2002
New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso (L) listens as New York
Attorney General Eliot Spitzer...
New York, United States of America
NYSE CHAIRMAN GRASSO AT SETTLEMENT PRESS CONFERENCE.
New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso (L) listens as New York
Attorney General Eliot Spitzer speaks at a press conference at the New York
Stock Exchange on December 20, 2002. The press conference was held to
discuss a landmark settlement under which top brokerages agreed to pay
around $1.4 billion and accept new rules of conduct to settle charges that
they issued biased stock research. Steven Cutler (2nd L), the enforcement
director of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Christine Bruenn (3rd
L), the president of the North American Securities Administrators
Association, and NASD Chairman and CEO Robert Glauber (2nd R) also attended.
REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM/ME
ATTACK MILITARY
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December 04, 2001
US Marines Lance Cpl Michael Aguilar and Cpl Misael Avila (L) at their
front line 'fighting hole' as...
Washington, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
FOR THE BALTIMORE SUN-ACCOMPANIES STORY BY BILL GLAUBER.
US Marines Lance Cpl Michael Aguilar and Cpl Misael Avila (L) at their
front line 'fighting hole' as the sun rises after a cold night on the
US Marines operations base in southern Afghanistan December 4, 2001.
REUTERS/Jim Hollander FOR THE BALTIMORE SUN-ACCOMPANIES STORY BY BILL
GLAUBER

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SPORT SOCCER
RTR14M4E
September 19, 2001
Boavista Glauber de Farias (R) jumps with Dynamo Kiev's Goran Gavrancic
(2nd R) observed by team mates...
Oporto, Portugal
BOAVISTA PLAY DYNAMO KIEV IN EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCH IN OPORTO.
Boavista Glauber de Farias (R) jumps with Dynamo Kiev's Goran Gavrancic
(2nd R) observed by team mates Carlos Ventura Duda (2nd L) and Florin
Cernat (L) during a European Champions League Group B match in Oporto
September 19, 2001. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro

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SPORTS SOCCER
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September 11, 2001
BOAVISTA'S GLAUBER PLEADS WITH REFEREE VASSARAS AFTER A BAD CHALLENGE
DURING CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCH...
Liverpool, UK
BOAVISTA'S GLAUBER PLEADS WITH REFEREE VASSARAS AFTER A BAD CHALLENGE
DURING CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCH...
BOAVISTA'S GLAUBER PLEADS WITH REFEREE VASSARAS AFTER A BAD CHALLENGE
DURING CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCH AGAINST LIVERPOOL.


Portugese club Boavista's Glauber pleads with referee Vassaras Kyros
after making a bad challenge during the Champions League Group B game
against Liverpool at Anfield, Liverpool. September 11, 2001. The match
ended in a 1-1 draw. REUTERS/Darren Staples
SPORT SOCCER
RTR14F12
August 04, 2001
Porto's Paredes passes over Boavista Glauber in front of Quevedo during
the Portuguese Super Cup held...
Vila Do Conde, Portugal
PORTO PAREDES JUMPS OVER BOAVISTA GLAUBER ON THE PORTUGUESE SUPER CUP.
Porto's Paredes passes over Boavista Glauber in front of Quevedo during
the Portuguese Super Cup held at Vila do Conde August 4, 2001.

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