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March 05, 2005 
Britain's Prince Charles strolls with the Australian Governor-General Michael Jeffery on the grounds... 
Canberra 
Britain's Prince Charles strolls with the Australian Governor-General Michael Jeffery on the ... 
Britain's Prince Charles strolls with the Australian Governor-General Michael Jeffery on the grounds of Government House in Canberra. Britain's Prince Charles (L) strolls with the Australian Governor-General Michael Jeffery (2nd R) on the grounds of Government House in Canberra March 5, 2005. The prince is in Canberra as part of his six day tour of Australia, and will fly out to New Zealand on Saturday, before visiting Fiji. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/Pool 
AUSTRALIA BRITAIN REPUBLIC
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March 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince Charles (C) smiles beside Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery (R) and Jeffery's... 
Canberra 
Britain's Prince Charles smiles beside Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery in Canberra. 
Britain's Prince Charles (C) smiles beside Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery (R) and Jeffery's wife Marlena in Canberra March 4, 2005. Royal fever has been sweeping Australia as Britain's Prince Charles and Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary criss-cross the continent this week - and republicans and monarchists could not be happier. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool CP 
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March 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince Charles is greeted by Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery and his wife Marlena... 
Canberra, Australia 
Britain's Prince Charles is greeted by Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery and his wife ... 
Britain's Prince Charles is greeted by Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery and his wife Marlena in Canberra. Britain's Prince Charles (C) is greeted by Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery (R) and his wife Marlena in Canberra March 4, 2005. Royal fever has been sweeping Australia as Britain's Prince Charles and Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary criss-cross the continent this week - and republicans and monarchists could not be happier. REUTERS/Russell Boyce 
AUSTRALIA ROYALS
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March 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince Charles (2nd R) meets Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) as Governor General... 
Canberra, Australia 
Britain's Prince Charles meets Australian officials during his ceremonial arrival in Canberra. 
Britain's Prince Charles (2nd R) meets Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) as Governor General Michael Jeffery (R) and Jeffery's wife Marlena look on during Charles' ceremonial arrival in Canberra March 4, 2005. Royal fever has been sweeping Australia as Britain's Prince Charles and Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary criss-cross the continent this week - and republicans and monarchists could not be happier. REUTERS/David Gray DG/AT 
AUSTRALIA POLITICS
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October 26, 2004 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony for... 
Canberra, Australia 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ... 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra. Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) gestures as he poses with (L-R) Federal Treasurer Peter Costello, Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer, Minister for Immigration Amanda Vanstone and Governor General Michael Jeffery for a group photograph after the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra October 26, 2004. Howard's government was re-elected on October 9 for a fourth consecutive term. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA POLITICS
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October 26, 2004 
Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer reads his bible after being sworn-in as Foreign Affairs Minister... 
Canberra, Australia 
Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer reads his bible after being sworn-in as Foreign Affairs ...... 
Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer reads his bible after being sworn-in as Foreign Affairs Minister in Canberra. Australia's Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer reads his bible after being sworn-in by Governor General Michael Jeffery during the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra October 26, 2004. Howard's government was re-elected on October 9 for a fourth consecutive term. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA POLITICS
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October 26, 2004 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard looks at Governor General Michael Jeffery before the start of the... 
Canberra, Australia 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard looks at Governor General Michael Jeffery before the start ... 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard looks at Governor General Michael Jeffery before the start of the official swearing-in ceremony in Canberra. Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) holds a bible as he looks with (L-R) Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson, Federal Treasurer Peter Costello, Minister for Trade Mark Vaile and Defence Minister Robert Hill at Governor General Michael Jeffery before the start of the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra October 26, 2004. Howard's government was re-elected on October 9 for a fourth consecutive term. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA POLITICS
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October 26, 2004 
Watched by Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson (L) and Treasurer Peter Costello, Australian Prime Minister... 
Canberra, Australia 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard is sworn-in by Governor General Michael Jeffery in Canberra. 
Watched by Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson (L) and Treasurer Peter Costello, Australian Prime Minister John Howard is sworn-in by Governor General Michael Jeffery (R) during the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra October 26, 2004. Howard's government was re-elected on October 9 for a fourth consecutive term. REUTERS/David Gray DG/CP 
AUSTRALIA POLITICS
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October 26, 2004 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony for... 
Canberra, Australia 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ... 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra. Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) gestures as he poses with (L-R) Federal Treasurer Peter Costello, Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer, Minister for Immigration Amanda Vanstone and Governor General Michael Jeffery for a group photograph after the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra October 26, 2004. Howard's government was re-elected on October 9 for a fourth consecutive term. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA POLITICS
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October 26, 2004 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony for... 
Canberra, Australia 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ... 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra. Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) gestures as he poses with (L-R) Federal Treasurer Peter Costello, Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer, Minister for Immigration Amanda Vanstone and Governor General Michael Jeffery for a group photograph after the official swearing-in ceremony for the government in Canberra October 26, 2004. Howard's government was re-elected on October 9 for a fourth consecutive term. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA POLITICS
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October 26, 2004 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony of... 
Canberra, Australia 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ... 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard gestures as he poses after the official swearing-in ceremony of the government in Canberra. Australian Prime Minister John Howard (3rd L) gestures as he poses with Governor General Michael Jeffery (C) and his front-bench ministers for a group photograph after the official swearing-in ceremony of the government in Canberra October 26, 2004. Howard's government was re-elected on October 9 for a fourth consecutive term. REUTERS/David Gray 
GERMANY
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May 10, 2004 
Australian Governor-General Michael Jeffery (2nd L) his wife, Marlena (R), President Johannes Rau and... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
AUSTRALIA'S GOVERNOR-GENERAL JEFFERY, PRESIDENT RAU AND THEIR WIVES POSE IN BERLIN. 
Australian Governor-General Michael Jeffery (2nd L) his wife, Marlena (R), President Johannes Rau and his wife, Christina (L) pose for photographers at the presidential residence at Bellevue palace in Berlin May 10, 2004. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch FAB/JOH/DL 
GERMANY
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May 10, 2004 
Australia's Governor-General Major General Michael Jeffery (L) talks to German President Johannes Rau... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
AUSTRALIA'S GOVERNOR-GENERAL MAJOR GENERAL JEFFERY TALKS TO GERMAN PRESIDENT RAU IN BERLIN. 
Australia's Governor-General Major General Michael Jeffery (L) talks to German President Johannes Rau after reviewing the guard of honour at the presidential residence Bellevue palace in Berlin May 10, 2004. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch FAB/JOH/CRB 
AUSTRALIA USA BUSH
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October 23, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks to the press as first lady Laura
Bush (2nd R) prepares to sign... 
Canberra, Australia 
U.S. PRESIDENT BUSH TALKS TO THE PRESS ALONGSIDE LAURA BUSH AND
AUSTRALIA'S GOVERNOR GENERAL. 
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks to the press as first lady Laura
Bush (2nd R) prepares to sign a guestbook at Government House in
Canberra, October 23, 2003. Bush met with Australia's Governor-General
Michael Jeffery (L) and his wife, Marlena (2nd L) during his short
visit to Australia. REUTERS/Jason Reed

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AUSTRALIA USA BUSH
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October 23, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) shares a light moment during a
meeting with Australia's Governor-General... 
Canberra, Australia 
U.S. PRESIDENT BUSH LAUGHS ALONGSIDE AUSTRALIA'S GOVERNOR-GENERAL
MICHAEL JEFFERY IN CANBERRA. 
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) shares a light moment during a
meeting with Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery at Government
House in Canberra, October 23, 2003. Heckled inside the Australian
parliament and jeered by protesters outside, President George W. Bush
on Thursday defended the Iraq invasion and war on terror, saying
Australia and the United States had to lead by example. REUTERS/Jason
Reed

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AUSTRALIA
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October 22, 2003 
CHINESE PRESIDENT HU JINTAO HOLDS TALKS WITH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNOR
GENERAL MICHAEL JEFFERY AT ADMIRALTY... 
Sydney, Australia 
CHINESE PRESIDENT HU JINTAO HOLDS TALKS WITH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNOR
GENERAL MICHAEL JEFFERY AT ... 
CHINESE PRESIDENT HU JINTAO HOLDS TALKS WITH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNOR
GENERAL MICHAEL JEFFERY AT ADMIRALTY HOUSE IN SYDNEY. 
AUSTRALIA CHINA
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October 22, 2003 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) gestures as he talks to
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) and... 
Sydney, Australia 
CHINESE PRESIDENT HU JINTAO MEETS WITH AUSTRALIAN PM JOHN HOWARD IN
SYDNEY. 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) gestures as he talks to
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) and Australia's Governor-General,
Michael Jeffery in Sydney October 22, 2003. President Hu is on a
four-day state visit to Australia. REUTERS/Dan Peled/Pool

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AUSTRALIA CHINA
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October 22, 2003 
Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery (R) invites Chinese
President Hu Jintao to sign the guest... 
Sydney, Australia 
CHINESE PRESIDENT HU JINTAO IS INVITED TO SIGN GUESTBOOK IN SYDNEY. 
Australia's Governor-General Michael Jeffery (R) invites Chinese
President Hu Jintao to sign the guest book in Sydney October 22, 2003.
President Hu is on a four-day state visit to Australia. REUTERS/Dan
Peled/Pool

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AUSTRALIA CHINA
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October 22, 2003 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (G) gestures as he talks to
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) and... 
Sydney, Australia 
CHINESE PRESIDENT HU JINTAO MEETS WITH AUSTRALIAN PM JOHN HOWARD IN
SYDNEY. 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (G) gestures as he talks to
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) and Australia's Governor-General,
Michael Jeffery in Sydney October 22, 2003. President Hu is on a
four-day state visit to Australia. REUTERS/Dan Peled/Pool

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AUSTRALIA GOVERNOR
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August 11, 2003 
Major-General Michael Jeffery takes the 'oath of office' in the Senate
Chamber to become Australia's... 
Canberra, Australia 
NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF AUSTRALIA MAJOR GENERAL MICHAEL JEFFERY TAKES
HIS OATH IN CANBERRA. 
Major-General Michael Jeffery takes the 'oath of office' in the Senate
Chamber to become Australia's new governor-general in Canberra August
11, 2003. Queen Elizabeth's new representative in Australia was sworn
in on Monday, three months after her previous envoy in the former
British colony was forced to resign in the wake of two sex scandals.
REUTERS/Andrew Taylor/Pool

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AUSTRALIA GOVERNOR
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August 11, 2003 
Major-General Michael Jeffery (L) inspects an honour guard after he was
sworn in as Australia's Governor... 
Canberra, Australia 
NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL OF AUSTRALIA MAJOR GENERAL MICHAEL JEFFERY
INSPECTS HONOUR GUARD IN CANBERRA. 
Major-General Michael Jeffery (L) inspects an honour guard after he was
sworn in as Australia's Governor General in Canberra August 11, 2003.
Jeffery was sworn in as the 24th Head of State of the former British
colony after the previous envoy, Peter Hollingworth, was forced to
resign three months ago in the wake of two sex scandals. REUTERS/Pat
Scala/Pool

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AUSTRALIA
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June 22, 2003 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard announces the new
governor-general of Australia in his Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRRALIAN PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD ANNOUNCES NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL
IN SYDNEY. 
Australian Prime Minister John Howard announces the new
governor-general of Australia in his Sydney office June 22, 2003.
Howard announced that Britain's Queen Elizabeth's new envoy in
Australia will be Major-General Michael Jeffery, a former governor of
Western Australia and Special Air Services (SAS) commander. Jeffery
replaces Dr Peter Hollingworth who resigned as governor-general last
month amid ongoing pressure over his handling of child sex abuse cases
while he was Anglican Archbishop of Brisbane. REUTERS/David Gray

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SPORT MOTORCYCLING MACAU
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November 17, 2002 
British racer Michael Rutter (C) celebrates at the podium with
compatriot, first runner-up John McGuinness... 
Macau, China - Peoples Republic of 
WINNERS CELEBRATE AT THE PODIUM AFTER THE MACAU MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX. 
British racer Michael Rutter (C) celebrates at the podium with
compatriot, first runner-up John McGuinness and second runner-up David
Jefferies after winning the 38th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix November
17, 2002. Rutter won the race in a time of 25 minutes 22.422 seconds.
REUTERS/Kin Cheung

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SPORT RACING
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November 18, 2000 
Second-place finisher David Jefferies (L) of Britain and third-place finisher Mark Miller (R) of the... 
Macau, China - Peoples Republic of 
MACAU MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX WINNERS SPRAY CHAMPAGNE ON PODIUM. 
Second-place finisher David Jefferies (L) of Britain and third-place finisher Mark Miller (R) of the United States spray champagne on winner Michael Rutter of Britain during their prize presentation ceremony after the the 1000cc race at the 34th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix November 18, 2000. Rutter won the 15-lap race in a time of 37 minutes 54.330 seconds.

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SPORT RACING
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November 18, 2000 
Michael Rutter (R) of Britain and compatriot David Jefferies celebrate on the podium after taking first... 
Macau, China - Peoples Republic of 
BRITAIN'S MICHAEL RUTTER AND DAVID JEFFERIES WIN MACAU MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX. 
Michael Rutter (R) of Britain and compatriot David Jefferies celebrate on the podium after taking first and second place respectively in the 1000cc race at the 34th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix November 18, 2000. Rutter won the 15-lap race in a time of 37 minutes 54.330 seconds.

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SPORT RACING
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November 18, 2000 
Michael Rutter (2) of Britain is followed by Mark Miller (24) of the United States and Britain's David... 
Macau, China - Peoples Republic of 
MICHAEL RUTTER OF BRITAIN WINS MACAU MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX. 
Michael Rutter (2) of Britain is followed by Mark Miller (24) of the United States and Britain's David Jefferies during the 34th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix November 18, 2000. Rutter won the 15-lap race in a time of 37 minutes 54.330 seconds, while Jefferies placed second and Miller third. All three racers ride Yamaha 1000cc bikes.

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SPORTS BASEBALL
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April 05, 1999 
Detroit Tigers batter Juan Encarnacion (R) celebrates his solo home run with teammate Gregg Jefferies... 
Dallas, USA 
DETROIT TIGERS ENCARNACION CELEBRATES SOLO HOME RUN. 
Detroit Tigers batter Juan Encarnacion (R) celebrates his solo home run with teammate Gregg Jefferies against the Texas Rangers on opening day at The Ballpark in Arlington, April 5. Encarnacion's home run swing was made on the opening pitch by Rangers pitcher Rick Helling.

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