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USA-COLUMBINE/SURVIVORS
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April 17, 2019
Heather Martin (C), a Columbine survivor, hands her business card to Julie Gordon, Program Director at...
Coral Springs, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Twenty years after Columbine, survivors help others heal
Heather Martin (C), a Columbine survivor, hands her business card to Julie Gordon, Program Director at Eagles' Haven, a wellness center for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas community, during a meeting with The Rebels Project members and two other mass trauma survivors at their new headquarters in Coral Springs, Florida, U.S., April 3, 2019. The center opened six weeks early after the reported suicides of two Stoneman Douglas students. REUTERS/Leah Millis SEARCH "COLUMBINE SURVIVOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES.
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February 03, 2019
Feb 2, 2019; Orlando, FL, USA; Brooklyn Nets forward Ed Davis (17) shoots the ball as Orlando Magic forward...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
NBA: Brooklyn Nets at Orlando Magic
Feb 2, 2019; Orlando, FL, USA; Brooklyn Nets forward Ed Davis (17) shoots the ball as Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (00) defends during the first half at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports
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February 03, 2019
Feb 2, 2019; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (00) fights for the ball against Brooklyn...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
NBA: Brooklyn Nets at Orlando Magic
Feb 2, 2019; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (00) fights for the ball against Brooklyn Nets guard D'Angelo Russell (1) and forward Joe Harris (12) during the first half at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports
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February 26, 2016
Football Soccer - Hamilton Academical v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - New Douglas Park -...
United Kingdom
Hamilton Academical v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership
Football Soccer - Hamilton Academical v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - New Douglas Park - 26/2/16
Celtic's Craig Gordon (L) on the substitutes bench
Action Images via Reuters / Graham Stuart
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October 04, 2015
Football - Hamilton Academical v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - New Douglas Park - 4/10/15
Hamilton...
United Kingdom
Hamilton Academical v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership
Football - Hamilton Academical v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - New Douglas Park - 4/10/15
Hamilton Academical's Ziggy Gordon (L) in action with Celtic's Nir Bitton
Action Images via Reuters / Graham Stuart
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CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
A fisherman paddles the waters of the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel in his canoe in northern British...
KITIMAT, Canada
A fisherman paddles the waters of the Kitimat Arm on the Douglas Channel in his canoe in northern British...
A fisherman paddles the waters of the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel in his canoe in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014.Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Murray Minchin, of the grassroots environmental group Douglas Channel Watch, leans over the edge of a...
KITIMAT, Canada
Minchin, of Douglas Channel Watch, leans over the edge of a boat to help retrieve a crab trap on the...
Murray Minchin, of the grassroots environmental group Douglas Channel Watch, leans over the edge of a boat to help retrieve a crab trap on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
The Haisla community of Kitimaat Village is seen from the waters of the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel,...
KITIMAT, Canada
The Haisla community of Kitimaat Village is seen from the waters of the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel,...
The Haisla community of Kitimaat Village is seen from the waters of the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Trevor Amos stands in his fishing boat with a freshly killed seal on the Douglas Channel, in northern...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos stands in his fishing boat with a freshly killed seal on the Douglas Channel, in northern British...
Trevor Amos stands in his fishing boat with a freshly killed seal on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Trevor Amos watches his daughter Arlene while eating left-over spaghetti on his small fishing boat on...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos watches his daughter Arlene while eating left-over spaghetti on his small fishing boat on the Douglas...
Trevor Amos watches his daughter Arlene while eating left-over spaghetti on his small fishing boat on the Douglas Channel in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
A gutted seal lays in the fishing boat of Trevor Amos on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia...
KITIMAT, Canada
A gutted seal lays in the fishing boat of Trevor Amos on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia...
A gutted seal lays in the fishing boat of Trevor Amos on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Trevor Amos talks to his daughter Arlene after shooting a seal in the Douglas Channel, near to where...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos talks to his daughter Arlene after shooting a seal in the Douglas Channel in northern British Columbia...
Trevor Amos talks to his daughter Arlene after shooting a seal in the Douglas Channel, near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Gerald Amos holds a female crab caught in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos holds a female crab caught in a cove on the Douglas Channel in northern British Columbia
Gerald Amos holds a female crab caught in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
A view of Dungeness crabs caught in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near...
KITIMAT, Canada
A view of Dungeness crabs caught in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia
A view of Dungeness crabs caught in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Gerald Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia
Gerald Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
A fishing boat floats in the waters of the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where...
KITIMAT, Canada
A fishing boat floats in the waters of the Douglas Channel, near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build...
A fishing boat floats in the waters of the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes.Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Gerald Amos talks on the radio in his boat, while out on the waters of the Douglas Channel in northern...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos talks on the radio in his boat, while out on the waters of the Douglas Channel in northern British...
Gerald Amos talks on the radio in his boat, while out on the waters of the Douglas Channel in northern British Columbia, just a few miles away from where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Snow-capped mountains peak out over a cove area favored by fishermen in the Douglas Channel, in northern...
KITIMAT, Canada
Snow-capped mountains peak out over a cove area favored by fishermen in the Douglas Channel, in northern...
Snow-capped mountains peak out over a cove area favored by fishermen in the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS ENERGY)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Gerald Amos (L) drives his boat in the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel as Murray Minchin of Douglas...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos drives his boat in the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel as Murray Minchin of Douglas Channel Watch...
Gerald Amos (L) drives his boat in the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel as Murray Minchin of Douglas Channel Watch looks on in northern British Columbia, just miles away from where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Gerald Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia
Gerald Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS ENERGY)
CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Gerald Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia
Gerald Amos prepares his crab traps to fish in a cove on the Douglas Channel, in northern British Columbia near to where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
CANADA-PIPELINE/VOTE
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April 15, 2014
The waters of Douglas Channel are shown from the town of Kitimat, British Columbia April 12, 2014. Residents...
KITMAT, Canada
The waters of Douglas Channel are shown from the town of Kitimat, British Columbia
The waters of Douglas Channel are shown from the town of Kitimat, British Columbia April 12, 2014. Residents of the town voted against the Northern Gateway pipeline project in a blow to Enbridge Inc's efforts to expedite the flow of crude from Canada's landlocked oil sands to high-paying markets in Asia. Photo taken April 12, 2014. REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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December 14, 2012
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon,...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon,...
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon, during a preview at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, Scotland December 14, 2012. The preview highlighted works from an exhibition called 'From Death to Death and Other Small Tales' which features works from the D.Daskalapoulos Collection, and will run from from December 15th to September 2013. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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December 14, 2012
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon,...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon,...
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon, during a preview at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, Scotland December 14, 2012. The preview highlighted works from an exhibition called 'From Death to Death and Other Small Tales' which features works from the D.Daskalapoulos Collection, and will run from from December 15th to September 2013. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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December 14, 2012
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon,...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon,...
A gallery assistant poses for photographers with an artwork called '100 Blind Stars' by Douglas Gordon, during a preview at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, Scotland December 14, 2012. The preview highlighted works from an exhibition called 'From Death to Death and Other Small Tales' which features works from the D.Daskalapoulos Collection, and will run from from December 15th to September 2013. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
CANADA-MINING/TECHNOLOGY
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October 28, 2012
Douglas Morrison, chief executive of the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation is pictured outside...
SUDBURY, Canada
Douglas Morrison, chief executive of the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation is pictured outside...
Douglas Morrison, chief executive of the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation is pictured outside his office in Sudbury, Ontario October 16, 2012. Vale SA, the Brazilian-based company that owns the Copper Cliff mine near Sudbury, has spent nearly $50 million in the last two years to build a transport system known as "rail-veyor". The equipment, made locally by Rail-Veyor Technologies Global Inc, is one of an array of technologies being developed as miners look to a future where production is run almost entirely by people safely above ground. REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRAZIL/
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September 24, 2010
A man looks at an art installation by Douglas Gordon of Scotland at the 29th Sao Paulo International...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A man looks at an art installation by Gordon of Scotland at the 29th Sao Paulo International Biennial...
A man looks at an art installation by Douglas Gordon of Scotland at the 29th Sao Paulo International Biennial September 23, 2010. Some 159 artists from 39 countries are exhibiting their artworks at the biennial, carrying the theme "There is always a cup of sea to sail in a line", according to the press release. The exhibition runs till December 12. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (3rd L) leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Jack...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Foreign Secretary Miliband leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Straw, Alexander,...
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (3rd L) leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Jack Straw (2nd L), Douglas Alexander, Sean Woodward and Jim Murphy after a cabinet meeting in London May 10, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Monday he would step down this year, sacrificing himself to give his Labour Party a chance of forming a government with the smaller Liberal Democrats. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (2nd L) leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Jack...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Foreign Secretary Miliband leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Straw, Alexander,...
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (2nd L) leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Jack Straw (L), Douglas Alexander, Sean Woodward (hidden) and Jim Murphy after a cabinet meeting in London May 10, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Monday he would step down this year, sacrificing himself to give his Labour Party a chance of forming a government with the smaller Liberal Democrats. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (2nd L) leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Jack...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Foreign Secretary Miliband leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Straw, Alexander,...
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (2nd L) leaves 10 Downing Street with fellow ministers Jack Straw (L), Douglas Alexander, Sean Woodward and Jim Murphy after a cabinet meeting in London May 10, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Monday he would step down this year, sacrificing himself to give his Labour Party a chance of forming a government with the smaller Liberal Democrats. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
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April 17, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks with Britain's International Development secretary and campaign...
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown talks with Britain's International Development secretary and campaign...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks with Britain's International Development secretary and campaign coordinator Douglas Alexander following a campaign stop at the Open University in Milton Keynes, England, April 17, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BROWN/OLYMPICS
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September 03, 2009
Britian's Business Secretary Peter Mandeslon (R) and International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander...
London, United Kingdom
Britian's Business Secretary Mandeslon and International Development Secretary Alexander view the construction...
Britian's Business Secretary Peter Mandeslon (R) and International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander (2nd R) view the construction of London's 2012 Olympics site in east London, September 3, 2009. Britian's Prime Minister Gordon Brown said the London 2012 Olympics would deliver jobs and lasting economic regeneration in an article published on Thursday ahead of a cabinet meeting at the Games site. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau/Pool (BRITAIN POLITICS SPORT OLYMPICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
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June 09, 2009
Britain's Development Secretary, Douglas Alexander (L), and Britain's Olympics Secretary, Tessa Jowell,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Development Secretary, Douglas Alexander, and Britain's Olympics Secretary, Tessa Jowell, arrive...
Britain's Development Secretary, Douglas Alexander (L), and Britain's Olympics Secretary, Tessa Jowell, arrive for the weekly cabinet meeting at number 10 Downing Street in London June 9, 2009. Prime Minister Gordon Brown beat off a challenge to his authority on Monday, winning over Labour MPs after admitting mistakes and taking responsibility for a week of political turmoil. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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November 22, 2007
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander board...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown and leaves Heathrow Aiport in London
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander board a plane as they leave Heathrow Aiport in London November 22, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
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November 22, 2007
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander board...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown and leaves Heathrow Aiport in London
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander board a plane as they leave Heathrow Aiport in London November 22, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-LABOUR/
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September 25, 2007
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) chats with Douglas Alexander during the annual Labour Party...
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown sits with Alexander during the annual Labour Party conference in Bournemouth...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) chats with Douglas Alexander during the annual Labour Party conference in Bournemouth, southern England September 25, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
AUSTRIA/
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May 31, 2007
Scottish artist Douglas Gordon is reflected in his installation "Mythos" during a media viewing at the...
AUSTRIA, Austria
Scottish artist Douglas Gordon poses at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz
Scottish artist Douglas Gordon is reflected in his installation "Mythos" during a media viewing at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz, May 31, 2007. The exhibition with works of Douglas Gordon, Joseph Beuys, Matthew Barney and Cy Twombly opens on June 2 and runs until September 9, 2007. Picture has been rotated 180 degrees. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic (AUSTRIA)
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May 31, 2007
Scottish artist Douglas Gordon stands beside his installation "Mythos" during a media viewing at the...
AUSTRIA, Austria
Scottish artist Douglas Gordon poses at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz
Scottish artist Douglas Gordon stands beside his installation "Mythos" during a media viewing at the Kunsthaus in Bregenz, May 31, 2007. The exhibition with works of Douglas Gordon, Joseph Beuys, Matthew Barney and Cy Twombly opens on June 2 and runs until September 9, 2007. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic (AUSTRIA)
BRITAIN
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October 31, 2006
Students in costumes stand together behind British artist Douglas Gordon's installation "Play Dead;Real...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Students in costumes stand together behind British artist Douglas Gordon's installation at Royal Scottish...
Students in costumes stand together behind British artist Douglas Gordon's installation "Play Dead;Real Time" during a media viewing of his new "Superhumanatural" exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, Scotland October 31, 2006. The exhibition, Gordon's first in Scotland since 1993, runs until January 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
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October 31, 2006
Students in costumes stand together behind "Play Dead: Real Time", an installation by British artist...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Students in costumes stand together behind an installation by Douglas Gordon at Royal Scottish Academy...
Students in costumes stand together behind "Play Dead: Real Time", an installation by British artist Douglas Gordon, during a media viewing of his new "Superhumanatural" exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, Scotland October 31, 2006. The exhibition, Gordon's first in Scotland since 1993, runs until January 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
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October 31, 2006
British artist Douglas Gordon's installation "Play Dead;Real Time" is seen during a media viewing of...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
British artist Douglas Gordon's installation "Play Dead;Real Time" is seen at Royal Scottish Academy...
British artist Douglas Gordon's installation "Play Dead;Real Time" is seen during a media viewing of his new "Superhumanatural" exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, Scotland October 31, 2006. The exhibition, Gordon's first in Scotland since 1993, runs until January 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
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October 31, 2006
British artist Douglas Gordon stands beside his "Play Dead,Real Time" installation during a media viewing...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
British artist Douglas Gordon stands beside his installation at Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh
British artist Douglas Gordon stands beside his "Play Dead,Real Time" installation during a media viewing of his new "Superhumanatural" exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, Scotland October 31, 2006. The exhibition, Gordon's first in Scotland since 1993, runs until January 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
CRIME CIVIL RIGHTS
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June 08, 2005
Neshoba County Circuit Judge Marcus Gordon listens to testimony from defense witness Dr. William Douglas...
Philadelphia, USA
Neshoba County Circuit Judge Marcus Gordon listens to testimony from defense witness Dr. William ...
Neshoba County Circuit Judge Marcus Gordon listens to testimony from defense witness Dr. William Douglas Perry in the Neshoba County Courthouse in Philadelphia. Neshoba County Circuit Judge Marcus Gordon listens to a testimony from defense witness Dr. William Douglas Perry (not in picture) during a hearing in the Edgar Ray Killen Civil Rights murder case in the Neshoba County Courthouse in Philadelphia, Misissippi June 8, 2005. Dr. Perry testified in the hearing that Killen would be able to stand trial at the court appointed time, but would have to have 10-15 minute breaks to stretch every two hours. During the hearing Judge Gordon ruled that the trial will proceed as scheduled. Jury selection for the case is slated to begin Monday, June 13, with the trial to follow thereafter. REUTERS/POOL/Kyle Carter
CHUNG HOON
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September 18, 2004
Paul Huber, 79, of Douglas Arizona, salutes after the USS Chung-Hoon's commissioning ceremony on Ford...
Pearl Harbor
Navy's newest ship commissioned in Hawaii.
Paul Huber, 79, of Douglas Arizona, salutes after the USS Chung-Hoon's commissioning ceremony on Ford Island at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, September 18, 2004. The Chung-Hoon is the newest and most advanced guided-missile destroyer. It is named after Rear Admiral Gordon P. Chung-Hoon of Hawaii who was on the USS Arizona when it was attacked on December 7, 1942. Several years later Adm. Chung Hoon, then a commander of the USS Sigsbee, won the navy Cross and Silver Star for the destruction of 20 enemy planes near Japan and for battle duty against a Japanese kamikaze hit with simultaneous plane strikes in Okinawa. Huber was a twenty-year old sonarman on the deck of the USS Sigsbee with Chung-Hoon during the Kamikaze attack. He has been saving up for years to travel to Hawaii with his 5 daughters, one son and two grandchildren for this ceremony and called it a "trip of a lifetime." REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/
NATO
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November 14, 2002
Senator Gordon Smith, second from left, (R-OR), speaks to the press
about NATO expansion with Rep.Tom...
Washington, United States of America
CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS SPEAK ABOUT NATO EXPANSION AT WHITE HOUSE.
Senator Gordon Smith, second from left, (R-OR), speaks to the press
about NATO expansion with Rep.Tom Lantos (L) (R-CA), Rep. Douglas
Bereuter, second right, (R-NE) and Rep. Elton Gallegly, right, (R-CA)
at the White House, November 14, 2002. The congressmen met with U.S.
President George W. Bush to express thier support for the planned NATO
expansion. NATO will vote on the expansion next week. REUTERS/William
Philpott

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GORDON
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November 28, 1996
Glaswegian artist Douglas Gordon celebrates after his video-piece titled 'A Divided Self' won the prestigious...
Glaswegian artist Douglas Gordon celebrates after his video-piece titled 'A Divided Self' won the pr.....
Glaswegian artist Douglas Gordon celebrates after his video-piece titled 'A Divided Self' won the prestigious 20,000 pounds sterling Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery November 28. The video featuring two men arm wrestling and clips from an old horror movie helped Gordon win the award.
GORDON
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November 28, 1996
Glaswegian artist Douglas Gordon stands infront of his video-piece titled 'A Divided Self' after it was...
Glaswegian artist Douglas Gordon stands infront of his video-piece titled 'A Divided Self' after it .....
Glaswegian artist Douglas Gordon stands infront of his video-piece titled 'A Divided Self' after it was announced he was the winner of the prestigious 20,000 pounds sterling Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery November 28. The video featuring two men arm wrestling and clips from an old horror movie helped Gordon win the award.
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