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TENNIS-DAVIS-AUS-SVK/
RTSNZ0T 
September 16, 2016 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney, Australia - 16/9/16Australia's Nick Kyrgios wears tissue up one nostril to stop a nosebleed as he serves to Slovakia's Andrej Martin. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
TENNIS-DAVIS-AUS-SVK/
RTSNYZG 
September 16, 2016 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney, Australia - 16/9/16Australia's Nick Kyrgios wears tissue up one nostril to stop a nosebleed as he serves to Slovakia's Andrej Martin. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
TENNIS-DAVIS-AUS-SVK/
RTSNYYP 
September 16, 2016 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney, Australia - 16/9/16 Australia's Nick Kyrgios (C) has tissue placed up one nostril to stop a nosebleed as Australian team captain Lleyton Hewitt (L) watches on during Kyrgios' match against Slovakia's Andrej Martin. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
TENNIS-DAVIS-AUS-SVK/
RTSNYYL 
September 16, 2016 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney, Australia - 16/9/16Australia's Nick Kyrgios has tissue placed up one nostril to stop a nosebleed during his match against Slovakia's Andrej Martin. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
TENNIS-DAVIS-AUS-SVK/
RTSNYYJ 
September 16, 2016 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia 
Australia Tennis - Australia v Slovakia - Davis Cup World Group Play-off - Homebush Tennis Centre, Sydney, Australia - 16/9/16Australia's Nick Kyrgios (C) has tissue placed up one nostril to stop a nosebleed during his match against Slovakia's Andrej Martin. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UOU 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNW 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa, 5, stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNQ 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa, 5, stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNK 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, drinks water inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa, 5, drinks water inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico... 
Fresa, 5, drinks water inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNB 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UN5 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, looks at her owner Patricia Ruiz inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa looks at her owner Patricia Ruiz inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts... 
Fresa, 5, looks at her owner Patricia Ruiz inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UKX 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on outskirts of Mexico City 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes . After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UKQ 
September 04, 2014 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Fresa stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City 
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hour intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICOANIMALS SOCIETY - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
THAILAND/
RTR3E0KK 
February 20, 2013 
A U.S. Marine poses with two chopped tails of dead cobras in his nostrils during a jungle survival exercise... 
Chonburi, Thailand 
A U.S. Marine poses with two chopped tails of dead cobras in his nostrils during a jungle survival exercise... 
A U.S. Marine poses with two chopped tails of dead cobras in his nostrils during a jungle survival exercise with the Thai Navy as part of the "Cobra Gold 2013" joint military exercise, at a military base in Chon Buri province February 20, 2013. About 13,000 soldiers from seven countries, Thailand, U.S., Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea and Malaysia are participating in the 11-day military exercise. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY SOCIETY) 
RUSSIA
RTR3DC3H 
February 04, 2013 
A child looks across the frozen Yenisei River in the taiga area some 52 km (32 miles) south of Russia's... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
A child looks across the frozen Yenisei River in the taiga area outside Krasnoyarsk 
A child looks across the frozen Yenisei River in the taiga area some 52 km (32 miles) south of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PANAMA/
RTR350V9 
July 17, 2012 
An indigenous Kuna woman reacts as she is being administered to, by a U.S. southern command soldier at... 
Kuna Yala, Panama 
An indigenous Kuna woman reacts as she is being administered to, by a U.S. southern command soldier at... 
An indigenous Kuna woman reacts as she is being administered to, by a U.S. southern command soldier at the island of Carti in the archipelago of Kuna Yala July 17, 2012. Panamanian Border Police and The U.S Southern Command are working together on a communitarian assistance program with the local community of Kuna Yala, providing medicine and health care for seven days according to the border police. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH MILITARY) 
FLU/USA-SCHOOLS
RTXPGTJ 
October 09, 2009 
A boy is given a H1N1 swine flu vaccine in a nasal spray at Dodge Park Elementary School in Landover,... 
Landover, UNITED STATES 
A boy is given a H1N1 swine flu vaccine in a nasal spray at Dodge Park Elementary School in Landover 
A boy is given a H1N1 swine flu vaccine in a nasal spray at Dodge Park Elementary School in Landover, Maryland, October 9, 2009. Dodge Park students are among first school-aged children in Maryland to get free H1N1 vaccinations. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES HEALTH EDUCATION IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
USA/
RTXPEVW 
October 07, 2009 
Three year-old Ehikioya Otoadese receives an H1N1 swine flu vaccine at the Children's Hospital Boston... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Three year-old Ehikioya Otoadese receives an H1N1 swine flu vaccine at the Children's Hospital Boston... 
Three year-old Ehikioya Otoadese receives an H1N1 swine flu vaccine at the Children's Hospital Boston primary care clinic in Boston, Massachusetts October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES SCI TECH) 
USA/
RTXPEVR 
October 07, 2009 
Eleven year-old Kerimal Suriel receives an H1N1 swine flu vaccine at the Children's Hospital Boston primary... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Eleven year-old Kerimal Suriel receives an H1N1 swine flu vaccine at the Children's Hospital Boston primary... 
Eleven year-old Kerimal Suriel receives an H1N1 swine flu vaccine at the Children's Hospital Boston primary care clinic in Boston, Massachusetts October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES SCI TECH) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR26ED7 
August 04, 2009 
The Dalai Lama jokes with a nasal spray after being asked his opinion on the swine flu during a press... 
Lausanne, Switzerland 
The Dalai Lama jokes with a nasal spray after being asked his opinion on the swine flu during a press... 
The Dalai Lama jokes with a nasal spray after being asked his opinion on the swine flu during a press conference after his first lecture in Lausanne August 4, 2009. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND POLITICS RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PERU/
RTX40YK 
November 25, 2007 
A performer from the U.S. known as "The Enigma" inhales a condom during his show at the International... 
Lima, Peru 
A performer from U.S. known as "The Enigma" inhales a condom at International Tattoo Convention in Lima... 
A performer from the U.S. known as "The Enigma" inhales a condom during his show at the International Tattoo Convention in Lima November 24, 2007. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU) 
SPAIN/
RTR1TVQB 
September 15, 2007 
A Spanish horse is seen during the spectacle "La Pasion del Caballo", which combines an equestrian show... 
Burgos, Spain 
Spanish horse is seen during the spectacle "La Pasion del Caballo" in Burgos 
A Spanish horse is seen during the spectacle "La Pasion del Caballo", which combines an equestrian show with flamenco music, in the northern Spanish town of Burgos September 15, 2007 REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN) 
Cannes Film Festival
Cannes Film Festival 
Valentino Touches Nostril - 16 May 2007 
3 PICTURES 
PERU
RTR1OXRS 
April 23, 2007 
"Scissors" dancer Puma pulls a harp with a wire strung through his nostril and mouth during the national... 
Lima, Peru 
"Scissors" dancer Puma pulls a harp with a wire strung through his nostril and mouth during the national... 
"Scissors" dancer Puma pulls a harp with a wire strung through his nostril and mouth during the national scissors dance competition in Villa Maria, southern Lima, April 22, 2007. During the Peruvian Scissors Dance (Danza de las Tijeras), dancers compete by dancing as well as by taking part in trials such as glass-eating, walking on fire or sticking wires into their body to show spiritual superiority. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU) 
Oddly Enough
Oddly Enough 
Indian Man Passes Snakes Through Nostrils - 20 Dec 2006 
3 PICTURES 
INDIA/
RTR1KL4H 
December 20, 2006 
Manoharan, alias Snake Manu, passes two tree snakes through his nostrils in the southern Indian city... 
Chennai, India 
Manoharan, alias Snake Manu, passes two tree snakes through his nostrils in the southern Indian city... 
Manoharan, alias Snake Manu, passes two tree snakes through his nostrils in the southern Indian city of Chennai December 20, 2006. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR1KL48 
December 20, 2006 
Manoharan, alias Snake Manu, passes two tree snakes through his nostrils in the southern Indian city... 
Chennai, India 
Manu runs tree snakes through nostrils in Chennai 
Manoharan, alias Snake Manu, passes two tree snakes through his nostrils in the southern Indian city of Chennai December 20, 2006. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR1KL47 
December 20, 2006 
Manoharan, alias Snake Manu, passes two tree snakes through his nostrils in the southern Indian city... 
Chennai, India 
Snake Manu runs tree snakes through nostrils in Chennai 
Manoharan, alias Snake Manu, passes two tree snakes through his nostrils in the southern Indian city of Chennai December 20, 2006. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA) 
HAITI
RTR1IXS7 
November 02, 2006 
A believer dressed as Gede the spirit of death smokes a cigarette at a cemetery in Port-au-Prince November... 
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti 
A believer dressed as Gede the spirit of death smokes a cigarette at a cemetery in Port-au-Prince 
A believer dressed as Gede the spirit of death smokes a cigarette at a cemetery in Port-au-Prince November 2, 2006. Haitians celebrating All Hallows visit cemeteries to pay respects to the dead in a two-day national holiday that offers food, alcohol and flowers to Baron Samdi, the guardian of the dead in Voodoo. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI) Also see image: GF2DUWMTRIAB 
PAKISTAN
RTXOOMJ 
May 28, 2006 
-PHOTO TAKEN 25MAY06- Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Multan,... 
Multan, Pakistan 
-PHOTO TAKEN 25MAY06- Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Mult..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 25MAY06- Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Multan, Pakistan, May 25, 2006. Baloch, 18, was dragged to a field, and as her brother-in-law held her down, her husband sat astride her legs and slit her upper lip and nostril with a knife. They call such assaults on women a matter of "honour" in some Pakistani communities but for the majority it is a source of national shame. More than 1,000 women are slain by their husbands or relatives and that is just the reported, not actual, number of "honour killings" in Pakistan each year. Picture taken May 25, 2006. 
PAKISTAN
RTXOOMI 
May 28, 2006 
-PHOTO TAKEN 25MAY06- Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Multan,... 
Multan, Pakistan 
-PHOTO TAKEN 25MAY06- Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Mult..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 25MAY06- Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Multan, Pakistan, May 25, 2006. Baloch, 18, was dragged to a field, and as her brother-in-law held her down, her husband sat astride her legs and slit her upper lip and nostril with a knife. They call such assaults on women a matter of "honour" in some Pakistani communities but for the majority it is a source of national shame. More than 1,000 women are slain by their husbands or relatives and that is just the reported, not actual, number of "honour killings" in Pakistan each year. Picture taken May 25, 2006. 
PAKISTAN HONOUR
RTR1DUA9 
May 28, 2006 
Honour victim Ayesha Baloch sits inside a hospital in Multan, Pakistan May 25, 2006. Baloch, 18, was... 
Multan, Pakistan 
To accompany feature Pakistan Honour 
Honour victim Ayesha Baloch sits inside a hospital in Multan, Pakistan May 25, 2006. Baloch, 18, was dragged to a field, and as her brother-in-law held her down, her husband sat astride her legs and slit her upper lip and nostril with a knife. They call such assaults on women a matter of "honour" in some Pakistani communities but for the majority it is a source of national shame. More than 1,000 women are slain by their husbands or relatives and that is just the reported, not actual, number of "honour killings" in Pakistan each year. Picture taken May 25, 2006. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE PAKISTAN-HONOUR REUTERS/Asim Tanveer 
PAKISTAN HONOUR
RTR1DUA8 
May 28, 2006 
Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Multan, Pakistan, May 25, 2006.... 
Multan, Pakistan 
To accompany feature Pakistan Honour 
Honour victim Ayesha Baloch (R) sits inside a hospital with her mother in Multan, Pakistan, May 25, 2006. Baloch, 18, was dragged to a field, and as her brother-in-law held her down, her husband sat astride her legs and slit her upper lip and nostril with a knife. They call such assaults on women a matter of "honour" in some Pakistani communities but for the majority it is a source of national shame. More than 1,000 women are slain by their husbands or relatives and that is just the reported, not actual, number of "honour killings" in Pakistan each year. Picture taken May 25, 2006. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE PAKISTAN-HONOUR REUTERS/Asim Tanveer 
BIRDFLU THAILAND FARMS
RTRC75D 
September 30, 2004 
A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at cock fighting farm... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at cock fighting ... 
A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at cock fighting farm outside Bangkok. A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at a cock fighting farm on the outskirts of Bangkok September 30, 2004. Thousands of Thailand's poultry farmers have been hard hit by the bird flu virus as the government plans to overhaul farming methods to stamp out the deadly H5N1 strain after the recent findings of the first probable case of human to human transmission this week. The virus has killed 20 Vietnamese and 10 Thais this year. Photo taken September 30. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
BIRDFLU THAILAND FARMS
RTRC753 
September 30, 2004 
A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at cock fighting farm... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at cock fighting ... 
A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at cock fighting farm outside Bangkok. A Thai man clears mucus from a cock's nostril during a daily cleansing session at a cock fighting farm on the outskirts of Bangkok September 30, 2004. Thousands of Thailand's poultry farmers have been hard hit by the bird flu virus as the government plans to overhaul farming methods to stamp out the deadly H5N1 strain after the recent findings of the first probable case of human to human transmission this week. The virus has killed 20 Vietnamese and 10 Thais this year. Photo taken September 30. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
INDIA
RTREJEC 
March 06, 2004 
Ramnath Choudhary, an Indian artist, plays flutes with his nostrils during an Elephant Festival in Jaipur,... 
India 
RAMNATH CHOUDHARY PLAYS FLUTES WITH HIS NOSTRILS DURING AN ELEPHANT FESTIVAL IN JAIPUR. 
Ramnath Choudhary, an Indian artist, plays flutes with his nostrils during an Elephant Festival in Jaipur, the capital of India's desert state of Rajasthan March 6, 2004. For more than 20 years and on the eve of Holi, the Hindu festival of colours, elephants compete in competitions including races and a tug-of-war with people in the city. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore PP04030029 ODLY AH/SH 
HIRST
RTXLZ9X 
May 22, 2003 
British artist Damien Hirst puts his fingers in his nostrils during the first voyage of a new river boat... 
London, UK 
British artist Damien Hirst puts his fingers in his nostrils during the first voyage of a new river ..... 
British artist Damien Hirst puts his fingers in his nostrils during the first voyage of a new river boat service on the Thames which links the Tate Britain gallery to the Tate Modern gallery in London, in this picture taken May 22, 2003. Launched on Thursday, the Hurricane Clipper is one of Europe's most futuristic vessels operating on an inland waterway, and the exterior, designed by Hirst, is covered by a series of coloured spots. 
BRITAIN
RTRO3HX 
May 22, 2003 
British artist Damien Hirst puts his fingers in his nostrils during the
first voyage of a new river... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
HIRST PUTS HIS FINGERS IN HIS NOSTRILS DURING THE FIRST VOYAGE OF A NEW
RIVER BOAT SERVICE IN LONDON.... 
British artist Damien Hirst puts his fingers in his nostrils during the
first voyage of a new river boat service on the Thames which links the
Tate Britain gallery to the Tate Modern gallery in London, in this
picture taken May 22, 2003. Launched on Thursday, the Hurricane Clipper
is one of Europe's most futuristic vessels operating on an inland
waterway, and the exterior, designed by Hirst, is covered by a series
of coloured spots. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

MD/JV 
LEISURE SIDESHOW
RTR57YM 
May 10, 2002 
Todd Robbins, the dean of the Coney Island Circus Sideshow School,
pounds a nail into his nostril in... 
New York, United States of America 
DEAN OF SIDESHOW SCHOOL DRIVES NAIL IN NOSTRIL. 
Todd Robbins, the dean of the Coney Island Circus Sideshow School,
pounds a nail into his nostril in a demonstration of the 'human
blockhead" stunt for a class in New York on May 10, 2002. The six-day,
$600 course teaches students to execute the stunts performed at Coney
Island Circus Sideshow including fire eating, sword swallowing, and
walking on glass. Robbins, who started the school this month in
response to a decline of sideshow talent, said the school "is for
anyone whose had the desire to run away and join the circus and just
learn how to do some really cool things that are beyond the capability
of the average person". REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM/SV 
LIFE PERU VALENTINE
RTR1GQE 
February 13, 2002 
Peruvian Shaman Jose Miranda (R) and an assistant inhale perfume
through their nostrils during a ritual... 
Lima, Peru - Republic of 
TO GO WITH STORY LIFE PERU VALENTINE. 
Peruvian Shaman Jose Miranda (R) and an assistant inhale perfume
through their nostrils during a ritual to bring 46-year-old Maria (C)
love, happiness and affection this Valentine's Day, in Lima, February
12, 2002. Miranda, who specializes in uniting couples, treats patients
in a candle-lit room filled with ancient ceramics decorated with erotic
sculptures and religious imagery. Miranda's "surgery" guarantees to fix
you up - or get you back together - with the partner of your dreams
within a week. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares TO GO WITH STORY LIFE PERU
VALENTINE

PO/HK 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXKXIC 
December 10, 2001 
Seven years old Omid rests under a stack of bags filled with coal in a suburb of Kabul December 9, 2001.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Seven years old Omid rests under a stack of bags filled with coal in a suburb of Kabul December 9, 2..... 
Seven years old Omid rests under a stack of bags filled with coal in a suburb of Kabul December 9, 2001. Omid says he does go to school, but outside those hours he works stacking charcoal at a roadside depot. He is caked in black dust, which has penetrated his every pore, stained his nostrils and stings his tender lungs. [Child labour is endemic in Afghanistan, where 23 years of war, three years of drought and the absence of a conventional economy have made the central Asian country one of the world's poorest.] 
ATTACK AFGHANISTAN CHILDREN
RTRQ79D 
December 09, 2001 
Seven year old Omid rests under a stack of bags filled with coal in a
suburb of Kabul December 9, 2001.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
AFGHAN BOY RESTS UNDER BAGS FILLED WITH COAL IN KABUL'S SUBURB. 
Seven year old Omid rests under a stack of bags filled with coal in a
suburb of Kabul December 9, 2001. Omid says he does go to school, but
outside those hours he works stacking charcoal at a roadside depot. He
is caked in black dust, which has penetrated his every pore, stained
his nostrils and stings his tender lungs. Child labour is endemic in
Afghanistan, where 23 years of war, three years of drought and the
absence of a conventional economy have made the central Asian country
one of the world's poorest. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS 
USA
RTXKO2U 
August 02, 2001 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and the... 
Washington, USA 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and t..... 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and the physiology of their closest living relatives has determined that the creatures' nostrils were perched near the end of their snouts and not toward the top of their heads. The research published on August 2, 2001, in the journal Science represents a fundamental change in the way scientists view dinosaurs, not only in their outward appearance but in several important traits. The new, "rostral" position of the nostrils on the sauropod dinosaur Diplodocus, according to research conducted by Witmer is seen in this drawing.
Credit : Copyright Science/Painting by M. W. Skrepnick, under the direction of L. M. Witmer) 
USA
RTXKO2T 
August 02, 2001 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and the... 
Washington, USA 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and t..... 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and the physiology of their closest living relatives has determined that the creatures' nostrils were perched near the end of their snouts and not toward the top of their heads. The research published on August 2, 2001, in the journal Science represents a fundamental change in the way scientists view dinosaurs, not only in their outward appearance but in several important traits. The new, "rostral" position of the nostrils on the sauropod dinosaur Diplodocus, according to research conducted by Witmer, is seen in this drawing.
(Credit : Copyright Science/Painting by M. W. Skrepnick, under the direction of L. M. Witmer.) 
USA
RTXKO2R 
August 02, 2001 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and the... 
Washington, USA 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and t..... 
Turning up his nose at a century of conventional wisdom, a scientist studying dinosaur fossils and the physiology of their closest living relatives has determined that the creatures' nostrils were perched near the end of their snouts and not toward the top of their heads. The research published on August 2, 2001, in the journal Science represents a fundamental change in the way scientists view dinosaurs, not only in their outward appearance, but in several important traits. The skull and fleshed-out restorations of Tyrannosaurus rex, showing the bony nostril and varying views on the position of the fleshy nostril is seen in this drawing.
(Credit : Copyright Science/Painting by Bill Parsons, under the direction of L. M. Witmer.) 
ROSE PARADE
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January 01, 2000 
Smoke pours from the nostrils of a two-headed 30-foot tall dragon, part of the 21st Century Insurance... 
Pasadena, USA 
DRAGON FEATURED ON ROSE PARADE FLOAT. 
Smoke pours from the nostrils of a two-headed 30-foot tall dragon, part of the 21st Century Insurance Company float titled " Visions of Wisdom and Imagination" as it rolls down Orange Grove Avenue during the 111th Tournament of Roses parade in Pasadena January 1. The float, decorated with kumquats, limes and purple dendrobium orchid florets, was awarded the Judge's Special Award for most spectacular in showmanship and dramatic impact. The theme for the parade was " Celebration 2000: Visions of The Future.

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CHINA
RTROQ6J 
May 02, 1999 
A Chinese policeman inserts a tube into his nostril to breathe in oxygen on Yulong Jade Dragon Mountain... 
Lijiang, China 
POLICE MAN PUTS OXYGEN TUBE IN HIS NOSTRIL ON MOUNTIAN VISTA IN LIGINAG. 
A Chinese policeman inserts a tube into his nostril to breathe in oxygen on Yulong Jade Dragon Mountain outside the city of Lijiang in southwestern Yunnan province May 2. Jade Mountain is more than 4500 meters above sea level and a popular destination for tourists.

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NICARAGUA
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November 02, 1998 
A Nicaraguan soldier stands with cloth over his face to keep the stench of death from his nostrils at... 
Rolando Rodrigues, Nicaragua 
A Nicaraguan soldier stands with cloth over his face to keep the stench of death from his nostrils a..... 
A Nicaraguan soldier stands with cloth over his face to keep the stench of death from his nostrils at the site of a devastating mudslide November 2. Hurricane Mitch's torrential rains caused the Casitas volcano in north western Nicaragua to fill and overflow with water causing a massive mudslide under which it is feared over 1,000 people perished. 
WEATHER MITCH
RTRIZ9D 
November 02, 1998 
A Nicaraguan soldier stands with cloth over his face to keep the stench of death from his nostrils at... 
Rolando Rodrigues, Nicaragua 
A NICARAGUAN SOLDIER COVERS HIS NOSE AT MUDSLIDE SITE. 
A Nicaraguan soldier stands with cloth over his face to keep the stench of death from his nostrils at the site of a devastating mudslide November 2. Hurricane Mitch's torrential rains caused the Casitas volcano in north western Nicaragua to fill and overflow with water causing a massive mudslide under which it is feared over 1,000 people perished.

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WEATHER-MITCH
RTRIZ7E 
November 02, 1998 
Nicaraguan soldiers cover their noses with their hats to keep the stench of death from their nostrils... 
Rolando Rodrigues, Nicaragua 
NICARAGUAN SOLDIERS COVER THEIR NOSES AT MUDSLIDE SITE. 
Nicaraguan soldiers cover their noses with their hats to keep the stench of death from their nostrils at the site of a devastating mudslide November 2. Hurricane Mitch's torrential rains caused the Casitas volcano in north western Nicaragua to fill and overflow with water causing a massive mudslide under which it is feared over 1,000 people perished.

AW/KM/ME 
RTRIONF 
October 25, 1998 
Liu Lang, China's renowned snake man, inserts a snake into his nostril and releases it out of his mouth... 
Singapore 
CHINESE SNAKE MAN LIU LANG PERFORMS IN SINGAPORE. 
Liu Lang, China's renowned snake man, inserts a snake into his nostril and releases it out of his mouth on board a cruise liner berthed in Singapore October 24. Born in Sichuan, China, Liu Lang has spent many years of hard work to master a set of extraordinary skills which include lifting a pail of water with his eyeballs, swallowing steel bearings and expelling them from the ears, nose, eyes and mouth and swallowing light bulbs.

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AUSTRALIA
RTXI7ZF 
June 22, 1998 
Dion Hobcroft, a keeper at Sydney's Taronga Zoo reptile and amphibians division, inspects an Eyelash... 
Dion Hobcroft, a keeper at Sydney's Taronga Zoo reptile and amphibians division, inspects an Eyelash..... 
Dion Hobcroft, a keeper at Sydney's Taronga Zoo reptile and amphibians division, inspects an Eyelash Viper soon after it arrived at the zoo June 22. Native to Central America, the venomous nocturnal animal uses a heat sensing pit located between it's eyes and nostrils to detect it's prey. Only one death has been recorded as a result of a bite from the species, when a person sustained a bite to their tongue.
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RTRF1GW 
June 22, 1998 
Dion Hobcroft, a keeper at Sydney's Taronga Zoo reptile and amphibians division, inspects an Eyelash... 
Australia 
DION HOBCROFT WITH EYELASH VIPER AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO. 
Dion Hobcroft, a keeper at Sydney's Taronga Zoo reptile and amphibians division, inspects an Eyelash Viper soon after it arrived at the zoo June 22. Native to Central America, the venomous nocturnal animal uses a heat sensing pit located between it's eyes and nostrils to detect it's prey. Only one death has been recorded as a result of a bite from the species, when a person sustained a bite to their tongue.

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KIWI
RTXH8T6 
September 26, 1997 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'first' in the Maori language, is... 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'first' in the Maori language, is..... 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'first' in the Maori language, is held by Taronga Zoo's birdkeeper Chris Hibbard September 26. It is the first Kiwi bred successfully in Australia for 26 years. The female lays an egg almost a quarter of her size, which is then incubated by the male. It is the only bird in the world to have nostrils on the end of it's beak. 
KIWI
RTXH8T5 
September 26, 1997 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'First' in the Maori language, is... 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'First' in the Maori language, is..... 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'First' in the Maori language, is held by Taronga Zoo's birdkeeper Chris Hibbard above a set of weighing scale September 26. It is the first Kiwi bred successfully in Australia for 26 years. The female lays an egg almost a quarter of her size, which is then incubated by the male. It is the only bird in the world to have nostrils on the end of its beak. 
RTR756B 
September 26, 1997 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'First' in the Maori language, is... 
Australia 
THREE-WEEK OLD KIWI AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'First' in the Maori language, is held by Taronga Zoo's birdkeeper Chris Hibbard above a set of weighing scale September 26. It is the first Kiwi bred successfully in Australia for 26 years. The female lays an egg almost a quarter of her size, which is then incubated by the male. It is the only bird in the world to have nostrils on the end of its beak.

AUSTRALIA 
RTR7549 
September 26, 1997 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'first' in the Maori language, is... 
Australia 
THREE-WEEK OLD KIWI BIRD AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO 
A three-week old North Island Brown Kiwi called 'Tuatahi', meaning 'first' in the Maori language, is held by Taronga Zoo's birdkeeper Chris Hibbard September 26. It is the first Kiwi bred successfully in Australia for 26 years. The female lays an egg almost a quarter of her size, which is then incubated by the male. It is the only bird in the world to have nostrils on the end of it's beak.

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