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CHRISTMAS-SEASON/USA-JINGLE BALL
RTS2UV2Y
December 14, 2019
U.S. drag queens Silky Nutmeg Ganache, Aquaria, Monet X Change and Peppermint speak onstage during the...
New York, UNITED STATES
U.S. drag queens Silky Nutmeg Ganache, Aquaria, Monet X Change and Peppermint speak onstage during the...
U.S. drag queens Silky Nutmeg Ganache, Aquaria, Monet X Change and Peppermint speak onstage during the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball concert at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York City, U.S., December 13, 2019. Picture taken December 13, 2019. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs
INDIA-FLOODS/
RTX6EN0Q
October 10, 2018
Farmer, Joby Pathrose shows nutmeg collected from his field in Ernakulam, Kerala, India, September 25,...
ERNAKULAM, India
The Wider Image: Did dams make India's once-in-century floods worse?
Farmer, Joby Pathrose shows nutmeg collected from his field in Ernakulam, Kerala, India, September 25, 2018. REUTERS/Sivaram V SEARCH "SIVARAM DAMS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SOCCER-ASIA/
RTR4L1OC
January 12, 2015
People pose for a photograph with the 2015 Asian Cup mascot Nutmeg before the Asian Cup Group D soccer...
Newcastle, Australia
People pose for a photograph with the 2015 Asian Cup mascot Nutmeg before the Asian Cup Group D soccer...
People pose for a photograph with the 2015 Asian Cup mascot Nutmeg before the Asian Cup Group D soccer match betweeen Japan and Palestine at the Newcastle Stadium in Newcastle January 12, 2015. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
INDONESIA/
RTXPS0R
October 19, 2009
A worker dries nutmeg in the sun at Kramomongga district in Fakfak, Indonesia's West Papua province,...
FAKFAK, Indonesia
A worker dries nutmeg in the sun at Kramomongga district in Fakfak
A worker dries nutmeg in the sun at Kramomongga district in Fakfak, Indonesia's West Papua province, October 18, 2009. Indonesia is a major producer of the spice. Picture taken October 18, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA AGRICULTURE SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA/
RTXPS0Q
October 19, 2009
A worker prepares nutmeg shells for storage at Kramomongga district in Fakfak, Indonesia's West Papua...
FAKFAK, Indonesia
A worker prepares nutmeg shells for storage at Kramomongga district in Fakfak
A worker prepares nutmeg shells for storage at Kramomongga district in Fakfak, Indonesia's West Papua province, October 18, 2009. Indonesia is a major producer of the spice. Picture taken October 18, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTXPS0P
October 19, 2009
A child holds nutmeg fruit at Kramomongga district in Fakfak, Indonesia's West Papua province, October...
FAKFAK, Indonesia
A child holds nutmeg fruit at Kramomongga district in Fakfak
A child holds nutmeg fruit at Kramomongga district in Fakfak, Indonesia's West Papua province, October 18, 2009. Indonesia is a major producer of the spice. Picture taken October 18, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
ZANZIBAR
RTXNYJF
November 07, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Black pepper is seen at a family run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of...
Kidichi, Tanzania
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Black pepper is seen at a family run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village o.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Black pepper is seen at a family run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. [Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamom, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island,] nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July.
ZANZIBAR
RTXNYJE
November 07, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05-Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spices scents walking in his family-run...
Kidichi, Tanzania
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05-Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spices scents walking in his family-ru.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05-Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spices scents walking in his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. [Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamom, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island,] nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July.
ZANZIBAR
RTXNYJD
November 07, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's...
Kidichi, Tanzania
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Za.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. [Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island,] nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July.
ZANZIBAR
RTXNYJ5
November 07, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop...
Kidichi, Tanzania
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run s.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. [Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island,] nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July.
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXTG
November 04, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island vill.....
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like [cardamon, cinnamon, chillies], ginger, [lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla] are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXTF
November 04, 2005
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi...
Kidichi, Tanzania
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi.....
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like [cardamon], cinnamon, [chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla] are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXLR
November 03, 2005
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November.....
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXLQ
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar.....
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXLP
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's isla.....
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEX2
November 03, 2005
Lemongrass body lotion are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Lemongrass body lotion are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village...
Lemongrass body lotion are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEWW
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso holds various spices for sale at the small shop run by his family at their...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso holds various spices for sale at the shop run by his family in Zanzibar's island...
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso holds various spices for sale at the small shop run by his family at their farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEWO
November 03, 2005
Various spices are for sale at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Various spices are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi...
Various spices are for sale at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEWC
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi...
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEB5
November 03, 2005
Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Various spices are for sale at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi...
Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEAK
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spices scents walking in his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spice scents walking in his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's...
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spices scents walking in his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEAD
November 03, 2005
Black pepper is seen at a family run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005....
Kidichi, Tanzania
Black pepper is seen at family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi
Black pepper is seen at a family run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1ACOW
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells a piece of a ginger root in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA
RTR1A7FK
November 03, 2005
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi...
Kidichi, Tanzania
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA
RTR1A7FD
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA
RTR1A1T4
November 03, 2005
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA
RTR1A1SS
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's...
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
TANZANIA
RTR1A1SH
November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island...
Kidichi, Tanzania
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island...
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
DKNY
RTXLIYX
September 19, 2002
Model Tia wears a nutmeg printed halter over a cinnamon/almond cotton hemp twill skirt and reveals a...
New York, USA
Model Tia wears a nutmeg printed halter over a cinnamon/almond cotton hemp twill skirt and reveals a.....
Model Tia wears a nutmeg printed halter over a cinnamon/almond cotton hemp twill skirt and reveals a plunging back (R) at the DKNY Spring, 2003 fashion show in New York, September 18, 2002.
FASHION DKNY
RTRAOVZ
September 18, 2002
Model Kamila wears a nutmeg cotton jersey halter over a multi printed
beaded skirt at the DKNY Spring,...
New York, United States of America
DKNY COTTON HALTER FASHIONS IN NEW YORK.
Model Kamila wears a nutmeg cotton jersey halter over a multi printed
beaded skirt at the DKNY Spring, 2003 fashion show in New York,
September 18, 2002. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

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FASHION DKNY
RTRAOVT
September 18, 2002
Model Tia wears a nutmeg printed halter over a cinnamon/almond cotton
hemp twill skirt and reveals a...
New York, United States of America
DKNY NUTMEG HALTER FASHIONS IN NEW YORK.
Model Tia wears a nutmeg printed halter over a cinnamon/almond cotton
hemp twill skirt and reveals a plunging back (R) at the DKNY Spring,
2003 fashion show in New York, September 18, 2002. REUTERS/Ray
Stubblebine

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HANNANT
RTXL1NR
February 12, 2002
Hannelore wears a nutmeg open hand knit and crochet pull-over above a micro herringbone cashmere trouser...
New York, USA
Hannelore wears a nutmeg open hand knit and crochet pull-over above a micro herringbone cashmere tro.....
Hannelore wears a nutmeg open hand knit and crochet pull-over above a micro herringbone cashmere trouser at Douglas Hannant's fall fashion show February 12, 2002 in New York.
FASHION
RTR1FH0
February 12, 2002
Hannelore wears a nutmeg open hand knit and crochet pull-over above a
micro herringbone cashmere trouser...
New York, United States of America
DOUGLAS HANNANT FALL AND WINTER 2002 FASHION AT SHOW IN NEW YORK.
Hannelore wears a nutmeg open hand knit and crochet pull-over above a
micro herringbone cashmere trouser at Douglas Hannant's fall fashion
show February 12, 2002 in New York. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

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