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AUSTRALIA-GMO/NICHE
RTR3Z4ZH
July 18, 2014
Rows of "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, sit on a table at the headquarters of Tasmania's...
Launceston, Australia
Rows of "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, sit on a table at the headquarters of Tasmania's...
Rows of "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, sit on a table at the headquarters of Tasmania's Bridestowe Lavender located near the town of Nabowla, on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Half a dozen older ladies, all kitted out in lilac shirts, chat affably away as they rhythmically stuff and sew up the cuddly purple-coloured bears, cups of tea littering their workspace. It could easily be a women's club gathering anywhere in middle Australia, but these women are producing a teddy bear that has become a craze in China after actress and model Zhang Xinyu said it was her favourite bedtime companion. Bridestowe Lavender is one of a number of niche producers in Tasmania taking advantage of the export gold star afforded by the state's genetically modified organism free status. Picture taken June 4, 2014 REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/NICHE
RTR3Z4ZG
July 18, 2014
Rows of lavender that are used to produce "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, are pictured...
Launceston, Australia
Rows of lavender that are used to produce "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, are pictured...
Rows of lavender that are used to produce "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, are pictured at the headquarters of Tasmania's Bridestowe Lavender located near the town of Nabowla, on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Half a dozen older ladies, all kitted out in lilac shirts, chat affably away as they rhythmically stuff and sew up the cuddly purple-coloured bears, cups of tea littering their workspace. It could easily be a women's club gathering anywhere in middle Australia, but these women are producing a teddy bear that has become a craze in China after actress and model Zhang Xinyu said it was her favourite bedtime companion. Bridestowe Lavender is one of a number of niche producers in Tasmania taking advantage of the export gold star afforded by the state's genetically modified organism free status. Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/NICHE
RTR3Z4ZE
July 18, 2014
A woman sews the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters...
Launceston, Australia
Woman sews back of "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters of Tasmania's...
A woman sews the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters of Tasmania's Bridestowe Lavender located near the town of Nabowla, on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Half a dozen older ladies, all kitted out in lilac shirts, chat affably away as they rhythmically stuff and sew up the cuddly purple-coloured bears, cups of tea littering their workspace. It could easily be a women's club gathering anywhere in middle Australia, but these women are producing a teddy bear that has become a craze in China after actress and model Zhang Xinyu said it was her favourite bedtime companion. Bridestowe Lavender is one of a number of niche producers in Tasmania taking advantage of the export gold star afforded by the state's genetically modified organism free status. Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/NICHE
RTR3Z4ZD
July 18, 2014
A woman uses a funnel to pour lavender into the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed...
Launceston, Australia
Woman uses funnel to pour lavender into the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft...
A woman uses a funnel to pour lavender into the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters of Tasmania's Bridestowe Lavender located near the town of Nabowla, on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Half a dozen older ladies, all kitted out in lilac shirts, chat affably away as they rhythmically stuff and sew up the cuddly purple-coloured bears, cups of tea littering their workspace. It could easily be a women's club gathering anywhere in middle Australia, but these women are producing a teddy bear that has become a craze in China after actress and model Zhang Xinyu said it was her favourite bedtime companion. Bridestowe Lavender is one of a number of niche producers in Tasmania taking advantage of the export gold star afforded by the state's genetically modified organism free status. Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/NICHE
RTR3Z4Z7
July 18, 2014
A woman uses a funnel to pour lavender into the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed...
Launceston, Australia
Woman uses a funnel to pour lavender into back of "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy,...
A woman uses a funnel to pour lavender into the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters of Tasmania's Bridestowe Lavender located near the town of Nabowla, on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Half a dozen older ladies, all kitted out in lilac shirts, chat affably away as they rhythmically stuff and sew up the cuddly purple-coloured bears, cups of tea littering their workspace. It could easily be a women's club gathering anywhere in middle Australia, but these women are producing a teddy bear that has become a craze in China after actress and model Zhang Xinyu said it was her favourite bedtime companion. Bridestowe Lavender is one of a number of niche producers in Tasmania taking advantage of the export gold star afforded by the state's genetically modified organism free status. Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/NICHE
RTR3Z4Z5
July 18, 2014
A woman sews the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters...
Launceston, Australia
Woman sews back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters of Tasmania's...
A woman sews the back of a "Bobbie Bear", a lavender and wheat stuffed soft toy, at the headquarters of Tasmania's Bridestowe Lavender located near the town of Nabowla, on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Half a dozen older ladies, all kitted out in lilac shirts, chat affably away as they rhythmically stuff and sew up the cuddly purple-coloured bears, cups of tea littering their workspace. It could easily be a women's club gathering anywhere in middle Australia, but these women are producing a teddy bear that has become a craze in China after actress and model Zhang Xinyu said it was her favourite bedtime companion. Bridestowe Lavender is one of a number of niche producers in Tasmania taking advantage of the export gold star afforded by the state's genetically modified organism free status. Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL-PENCIL/INVENTION
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May 24, 2007
Colour pencils are seen at the Viarco factory in Sao Joao da Madeira, northern Portugal April 10, 2007....
Sao Joao da Madeira, Portugal
Colour pencils are seen at the Viarco factory in Sao Joao da Madeira
Colour pencils are seen at the Viarco factory in Sao Joao da Madeira, northern Portugal April 10, 2007. Viarco, a century-old pencil factory in Portugal, struggling to keep up with today's needs, says it has invented a new type of paint from the graphite used in pencils that may change the way artists work. Picture taken April 10. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
Sport
Sport
Sharapova Matches Court - 09 Nov 2006
14 PICTURES
SPORT TENNIS
RTR1J4AF
November 07, 2006
Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates her victory over compatriot Elena Dementieva during their WTA Championships...
Madrid, Spain
Sharapova of Russia celebrates her victory over compatriot Dementieva in Madrid
Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates her victory over compatriot Elena Dementieva during their WTA Championships tennis tournament match in Madrid November 7, 2006. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
NICARAGUA ELECTIONS
RTROEMD
October 20, 2001
A young Nicaraguan woman runs past a wall painted with Sandinista
candidate Daniel Ortega's campaign...
Managua, Nicaragua - Republic of
NICARAGUAN WOMAN RUNS PAST CAMPAIGN PUBLICITY IN MANAGUA.
A young Nicaraguan woman runs past a wall painted with Sandinista
candidate Daniel Ortega's campaign lilac pink colour, as a poster for
Liberal party candidate Bolanos leans against the same wall October 20,
2001. Nicaraguans go to the polls on November 4 to choose a new
President. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

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