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GOLF-EUROPEAN/
RTX6EQN0
October 11, 2018
Golf - European Tour - British Masters - Walton Heath Golf Club, Walton-on-the-Hill, Britain - October...
WALTON-ON-THE-HILL, United Kingdom
European Tour - British Masters
Golf - European Tour - British Masters - Walton Heath Golf Club, Walton-on-the-Hill, Britain - October 11, 2018 England's Tommy Fleetwood after his ball landed in a golf buggy on the 17th during the first round Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers
BRITAIN-IGLOOS/
RTXYYAU
April 24, 2013
A student from Hounslow Heath infants school sits outside one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
London, United Kingdom
A student from Hounslow Heath infants school sits outside one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
A student from Hounslow Heath infants school sits outside one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise the noise of aircraft landing at Heathrow airport in Hounslow, west London April 24, 2013. The playground is directly under the flight path of Heathrow's southern runway and outside play for the children is interrupted every two minutes or so by landing aircraft passing over their heads. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN-IGLOOS/
RTXYYAO
April 24, 2013
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play in one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
London, United Kingdom
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play in one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play in one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise the noise of aircraft landing at Heathrow airport in Hounslow, west London April 24, 2013. The playground is directly under the flight path of Heathrow's southern runway and outside play for the children is interrupted every two minutes or so by landing aircraft passing over their heads. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN-IGLOOS/
RTXYYAK
April 24, 2013
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play in one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
London, United Kingdom
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play in one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play in one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise the noise of aircraft landing at Heathrow airport in Hounslow, west London April 24, 2013. The playground is directly under the flight path of Heathrow's southern runway and outside play for the children is interrupted every two minutes or so by landing aircraft passing over their heads. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN-IGLOOS/
RTXYYA9
April 24, 2013
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play around one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
London, United Kingdom
Children of Hounslow Heath infants school play around adobe huts designed to help minimise the noise...
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play around one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise the noise of aircraft landing at Heathrow airport in Hounslow, west London April 24, 2013. The playground is directly under the flight path of Heathrow's southern runway and outside play for the children is interrupted every two minutes or so by landing aircraft passing over their heads. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
BRITAIN-IGLOOS/
RTXYYA4
April 24, 2013
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play around one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise...
London, United Kingdom
Children of Hounslow Heath infants school play around adobe huts designed to help minimise the noise...
Students from Hounslow Heath infants school play around one of four adobe huts designed to help minimise the noise of aircraft landing at Heathrow airport in Hounslow, west London April 24, 2013. The playground is directly under the flight path of Heathrow's southern runway and outside play for the children is interrupted every two minutes or so by landing aircraft passing over their heads. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
A380
RTXOLWS
May 18, 2006
The world's largest passenger plane, the Airbus A380, is seen on the tarmac after it landed at Heathrow...
London, UK
The world's largest passenger plane, the Airbus A380, is seen on the tarmac after it landed at Heath.....
The world's largest passenger plane, the Airbus A380, is seen on the tarmac after it landed at Heathrow airport near London May 18, 2006. The double-decker superjumbo, designed to carry 555 passengers but with room for more than 800, flew from[Berlin] to Heathrow for its first visit to Britain.
BRITAIN
RTXNXV1
October 31, 2005
Walkers explore a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October...
Cannock, UK
Walkers explore a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, Octo.....
Walkers explore a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October 31, 2005. The roll of a historic right to roam laws across England will be completed on Monday, allowing members of the public access to 6,250 square miles of mapped areas of [heath, mountain and common land.]
BRITAIN
RTXNXUY
October 31, 2005
A cyclist explores a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October...
Cannock, UK
A cyclist explores a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, O.....
A cyclist explores a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October 31, 2005. The roll of a historic right to roam laws across England will be completed on Monday, allowing members of the public access to 6,250 square miles of mapped areas of [heath, mountain and common land.]
BRITAIN
RTR1AN4Z
October 31, 2005
A cyclist explores a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October...
Cannock, UK
A cyclist explores a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in central England
A cyclist explores a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October 31, 2005. The roll of a historic right to roam laws across England will be completed on Monday, allowing members of the public access to 6,250 square miles of mapped areas of heath, mountain and common land. REUTERS/Darren Staples
BRITAIN-RAMLE
RTR1ALEH
October 31, 2005
Walkers explore a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October...
Cannock, United Kingdom
Walkers explore a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in central England
Walkers explore a new right to roam pathway on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, central England, October 31, 2005. The roll of a historic right to roam laws across England will be completed on Monday, allowing members of the public access to 6,250 square miles of mapped areas of heath, mountain and common land. REUTERS/Darren Staples
NETHERLANDS
RTRB9Z4
September 18, 2004
British veteran who lost sight and a leg while landing in 1944 raises his fist before tandem jump commemorating...
Ede, Netherlands
British veteran who lost sight and a leg while landing in 1944 raises his fist before tandem ...
British veteran who lost sight and a leg while landing in 1944 raises his fist before tandem jump commemorating battle of Arnhem. British veteran Ray Sheriff (aged 84), who lost his sight and a leg while landing in 1944, raises his fist as he walks to the Dakota airplane, accompanied by an unidentified soldier, with whom he made a tandem jump on Ginkel heath in Ede, in the centre of of the Netherlands September 18, 2004. Sheriff, who fought in World War II, performed a duo jump with a parachute to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
NETHERLANDS
RTRB32F
September 18, 2004
An unidentified soldier, lands on the Ginkel heath in Ede, in the centre of of the Netherlands, September...
Ede, Netherlands
An unidentified soldier, lands on the Ginkel heath in Ede,.
An unidentified soldier, lands on the Ginkel heath in Ede, in the centre of of the Netherlands, September 18, 2004. Several hundred soldiers parachuted out of Hercules airplanes to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker MKN/THI
NETHERLANDS
RTRB31X
September 18, 2004
Arthur Winstanley a British veteran soldier, is given a hand to get in a truck after he landed on the...
Ede, Netherlands
Arthur Winstanley a British veteran soldier, is given a hand to get in a truck after he landed ...
Arthur Winstanley a British veteran soldier, is given a hand to get in a truck after he landed on the Ginkel heath in Ede. Arthur Winstanley (82) a British veteran soldier, is given a hand to get into a truck after he landed on the Ginkel heath in Ede, in the centre of of the Netherlands, September 18, 2004. Winstanley, who fought in World War 2, performed a duo jump with a parachute to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker REUTERS
NETHERLANDS
RTRB2YY
September 18, 2004
Arthur Winstanley, 82, a British veteran soldier (R) is accompanied by an unidentified soldier after...
Ede, Netherlands
British veteran soldier lands on Ginkel heath in Ede after commemorative parachute jump.
Arthur Winstanley, 82, a British veteran soldier (R) is accompanied by an unidentified soldier after landing on Ginkel heath in Ede, in central Netherlands September 18, 2004. Winstanley, who fought in World War II, performed a tandem parachute jump to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker MKN/AA
NETHERLANDS
RTRB2YP
September 18, 2004
Arthur Winstanley, 82 (C) a British veteran soldier, is accompanied by two unidentified soldiers after...
Ede, Netherlands
British veteran soldier lands on Ginkel heath in Ede after commemorative parachute jump.
Arthur Winstanley, 82 (C) a British veteran soldier, is accompanied by two unidentified soldiers after landing on Ginkel heath in Ede, in central Netherlands September 18, 2004. Winstanley, who fought in World War II, performed a tandem parachute jump to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker MKN/AA
NETHERLANDS
RTRB2Y7
September 18, 2004
Arthur Winstanley, 82, a British veteran soldier, accompanied by an unidentified soldier, lands on Ginkel...
Ede, Netherlands
British veteran soldier accompanied by an unidentified soldier lands on Ginkel heath in Ede.
Arthur Winstanley, 82, a British veteran soldier, accompanied by an unidentified soldier, lands on Ginkel heath in Ede, in central Netherlands September 18, 2004. Winstanley, who fought in World War II, performed a tandem parachute jump to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker MKN/AA
NETHERLANDS
RTRB2YH
September 08, 2004
An unidentified soldier, lands on Ginkel heath in Ede, in central Netherlands September18, 2004. Several...
Ede, Netherlands
Unidentified soldier lands on the Ginkel heath in Ede to commemorate battle of Arnhem.
An unidentified soldier, lands on Ginkel heath in Ede, in central Netherlands September18, 2004. Several hundred soldiers parachuted out of Hercules airplanes on Saturday to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker MKN/AA
SPORT CRICKET
RTR13NGF
May 22, 2003
England batsman Michael Vaughan returns to the pavillion after being
bowled out by Zimbabwe captain...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ENGLAND BATSMAN VAUGHAN RETURNS TO THE PAVILLION AFTER BEING BOWLED OUT
BY ZIMBABWE CAPTAIN STREAK AT...
England batsman Michael Vaughan returns to the pavillion after being
bowled out by Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak on the first day of the
first test match at Lord's in London, May 22, 2003. British MPs
labelled the England and Wales Cricket Board's (ECB) decision for
England to play Zimbabwe a "gross error of judgement" in light of
worldwide condemnation of Mugabe's controversial land reform, although
the decision was defended by ECB chief executive Tim Lamb who said he
had been assured that the Zimbabwean team had not been "politically
vetted". REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA/WS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR13NG2
May 22, 2003
Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak (R) celebrates with Sean Ervine (2R)
after bowling out England's Michael...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ZIMBABWE CAPTAIN STREAK CELEBRATES BOWLING OUT OF ENGLAND'S VAUGHAN IN
THE FIRST TEST MATCH AT LORD'S....
Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak (R) celebrates with Sean Ervine (2R)
after bowling out England's Michael Vaughan (2L) as wicketkeeper
Tatenda Taibu (L) runs in to join them on the first day of the first
test match at Lord's in London, May 22, 2003. British MPs labelled the
England and Wales Cricket Board's (ECB) decision for England to play
Zimbabwe a "gross error of judgement" in light of worldwide
condemnation of Mugabe's controversial land reform, although the
decision was defended by ECB chief executive Tim Lamb who said he had
been assured that the Zimbabwean team had not been "politically
vetted". REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA/WS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR13NF7
May 22, 2003
Zimbabwe bowler and captain Heath Streak (R) bowls as England batsman
Michael Vaughan (L) gets ready...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ZIMBABWE CAPTAIN STREAK BOWLS AS ENGLAND BATSMAN VAUGHAN GETS READY TO
RUN AT LORD'S.
Zimbabwe bowler and captain Heath Streak (R) bowls as England batsman
Michael Vaughan (L) gets ready to run on the first day of the first
test match at Lord's in London, May 22, 2003. Demonstrations against
the rule of Robert Mugabe took place outside the ground on Thursday.
British MPs have also labelled the England and Wales Cricket Board's
(ECB) decision for England to play Zimbabwe a "gross error of
judgement" in light of worldwide condemnation of Mugabe's controversial
land reform, although the decision was defended by ECB chief executive
Tim Lamb who said he had been assured that the Zimbabwean team had not
been "politically vetted". REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA/JV
RTRA2TH
January 03, 1998
A man takes advantage of a break in stormy weather in central London and flies his kite on Hampstead...
United Kingdom
A MAN FLIES A KITE ON HAMPSTEAD HEATH
A man takes advantage of a break in stormy weather in central London and flies his kite on Hampstead Heath, an area of common land within the capital, January 3. High winds and intermittent violent rainstorms have resulted in the cancellation of several sporting fixtures and hazardous weather warnings across the country.

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