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OLYMPICS-RUSSIA/
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February 17, 2013
Germany's Manuel Machata (front), Alex Mann, Jan Speer and Christian Poser after the second run of their...
Sochi, Russia
Germany's Manuel Machata, Alex Mann, Jan Speer and Christian Poser after the second run of their World...
Germany's Manuel Machata (front), Alex Mann, Jan Speer and Christian Poser after the second run of their World Cup race held as a bobsleigh test event at the "Sanki" sliding center in Rosa Khutor, a venue for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics near Sochi February 17, 2013. Although many complexes and venues in the Black Sea resort of Sochi mostly resemble building sites that are still under construction, there is nothing to suggest any concern over readiness. Construction will be completed by August 2013 according to organizers. The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics opens on February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (RUSSIACITYSCAPE OLYMPICS - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION CITYSCAPE ENVIRONMENT SPORT OLYMPICS BOBSLEIGH)
OLYMPICS-RUSSIA/
RTR3DWOM
February 17, 2013
Germany's (front-back) Manuel Machata, Alex Mann, Jan Speer and Christian Poser celebrate after the second...
Sochi, Russia
Germany's Machata, Mann, Speer and Poser celebrate after the second run of their World Cup race held...
Germany's (front-back) Manuel Machata, Alex Mann, Jan Speer and Christian Poser celebrate after the second run of their World Cup race held as a bobsleigh test event at the "Sanki" sliding center in Rosa Khutor, a venue for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics near Sochi February 17, 2013. Although many complexes and venues in the Black Sea resort of Sochi mostly resemble building sites that are still under construction, there is nothing to suggest any concern over readiness. Construction will be completed by August 2013 according to organizers. The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics opens on February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT BOBSLEIGH OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-RUSSIA/
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February 17, 2013
(L-R) Germany's Manuel Machata, Alex Mann, Jan Speer and Christian Poser run at the start of a World...
Sochi, Russia
Germany's Machata, Mann, Speer and Poser run at the start of a World Cup race held as a bobsleigh test...
(L-R) Germany's Manuel Machata, Alex Mann, Jan Speer and Christian Poser run at the start of a World Cup race held as a bobsleigh test event at the "Sanki" sliding center in Rosa Khutor, a venue for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics near Sochi February 17, 2013. Although many complexes and venues in the Black Sea resort of Sochi mostly resemble building sites that are still under construction, there is nothing to suggest any concern over readiness. Construction will be completed by August 2013 according to organizers. The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics opens on February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION CITYSCAPE ENVIRONMENT SPORT OLYMPICS BOBSLEIGH)
ENERGY BRITAIN WIND
RTR1CM8T
April 20, 2006
Wind Turbines stand in the Irish Sea at the North Hoyle offshore wind farm near Prestatyn, North Wales...
Chester, United Kingdom
To match feature Energy Britain Wind
Wind Turbines stand in the Irish Sea at the North Hoyle offshore wind farm near Prestatyn, North Wales April 17, 2006. Dozens of wind farms are up and running with hundreds more planned as developers scramble to take advantage of Scotland's blustery climate and lucrative subsidies for renewable energy. Picture taken April 17, 2006. To match feature Energy-Britain-Wind. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BUDDENBROOKS
RTXO0JU
December 01, 2005
Actor Norman Hacker as Thomas performs during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater...
Hamburg, Germany
Actor Norman Hacker as Thomas performs during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Thea.....
Actor Norman Hacker as Thomas performs during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. [The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929.]
GERMANY
RTR19VCB
December 01, 2005
Actors Peter Jordan as Christian and Norman Hacker (L) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks'...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Jordan and Hacker perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia Theater in Hamburg...
Actors Peter Jordan as Christian and Norman Hacker (L) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19VBZ
December 01, 2005
Actors Peter Jordan as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks'...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Jordan and Hacker perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia Theater in Hamburg...
Actors Peter Jordan as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19VBO
December 01, 2005
Actors Peter Jordan as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks'...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Jordan and Hacker perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia Theater in Hamburg...
Actors Peter Jordan as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19VBJ
December 01, 2005
Actors (L-R) Peter Jordan as Christian, Felix Knopp as Gruenlich, Norman Hacker as Thomas and Katrin...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Jordan, Knopp, Hacker and Wiechmann perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia...
Actors (L-R) Peter Jordan as Christian, Felix Knopp as Gruenlich, Norman Hacker as Thomas and Katrin Wiechmann as Tony perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' on stage at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19UWA
December 01, 2005
Actors Katrin Wiechmann as Tony and Norman Hacker (L) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks'...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Wiechmann and Hacker perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia Theater in Hamburg...
Actors Katrin Wiechmann as Tony and Norman Hacker (L) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19UVW
December 01, 2005
Actors Leila Abdullah as Gerda, Norman Hacker (C) as Thomas and Katrin Wiechmann (R) as Tony perform...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Abdullah, Hacker and Wiechmann perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia Theater...
Actors Leila Abdullah as Gerda, Norman Hacker (C) as Thomas and Katrin Wiechmann (R) as Tony perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19UL9
December 01, 2005
Actors Katrin Wiechmann (L) as Tony, Peter Jordan (2nd L) as Christian, Leila Abdullah as Gerda and Norman...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Wiechmann,Jordan, Abdullah and Hacker perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia...
Actors Katrin Wiechmann (L) as Tony, Peter Jordan (2nd L) as Christian, Leila Abdullah as Gerda and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19UKX
December 01, 2005
Actors Katrin Wiechmann as Tony, Peter Jordan (C) as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Wiechmann,Jordan and Hacker perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia Theater...
Actors Katrin Wiechmann as Tony, Peter Jordan (C) as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTR19U8M
December 01, 2005
Actors Katrin Wiechmann as Tony, Peter Jordan (C) as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform...
Hamburg, Germany
Actors Wiechmann,Jordan and Hacker perform during rehearsal for Buddenbrooks on stage at Thalia Theater...
Actors Katrin Wiechmann as Tony, Peter Jordan (C) as Christian and Norman Hacker (R) as Thomas perform during a rehearsal of 'Buddenbrooks' at Hamburg's Thalia Theater December 1, 2005. The play is adapted for the stage by John von Dueffel, directed by Stephan Kimmig and will have its premiere on December 3. 'Buddenbrooks' was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty six years old, portraying the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of the Baltic sea coastal town of Luebeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century and it was mainly this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
LEISURE BEYBLADE
RTR7ILR
November 22, 2003
Sean McQuaid of Ossining, New York (L) and Heath Mann (C) of
Bennington, Vermont, release their BeyBlade...
New York, United States of America
OVER 450 CHILDREN COMPETE IN BEYBLADE TOURNAMENT IN NEW YORK.
Sean McQuaid of Ossining, New York (L) and Heath Mann (C) of
Bennington, Vermont, release their BeyBlade tops into their "stadium"
under the eyes of judge Bryan McGuire (R) in a best of three rounds at
the East Coast Beyblade Battle Association Championships aboard the USS
Intrepid on the plane storage deck in The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space
Museum in New York, November 22, 2003. Over 450 children between the
ages 8 and 14 years old competed using Beyblade tops, a toy top with
various customized attachments and power launchers that are spun in a
plastic "stadium" until only one is left spinning. Over 15 million of
the toys have been sold and a TV series has been spawned from the
product. Mann won the round. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

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GERMANY
RTRQBVQ
July 01, 1999
A visitor watches a turbot from inside a glass tunnel during a press presentation at an aquarium operated...
Timmendorf, Germany
A MANN WATCHES A TURBOT FROM INSIDE A GLASS TUNNEL AT SEA LIFE AQUARIUM IN TIMMENDORF.
A visitor watches a turbot from inside a glass tunnel during a press presentation at an aquarium operated by British company Sea Life Centers in Timmendorfer Strand on Germany's Baltic Sea coast July 1. The aquarium today opened a new exhibition on sharks with German environmental lobby Greenpeace which aims at highlighting the need for the species' protection.

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