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February 27, 2015 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok (R) greets Executive Director Adam... 
Hong Kong, China 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok greets Executive Director Adam Kwok... 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok (R) greets Executive Director Adam Kwok, son of the former co-chairman Thomas Kwok who is in jail, at a news conference in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd, Asia's most valuable developer, posted a 20.5 percent drop in underlying profit for its fiscal first half as a price war to attract buyers after government tightening measures squeezed margins. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SHK PROPERTIES-RESULTS/
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February 27, 2015 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok attends a news conference in Hong... 
Hong Kong, China 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok attends a news conference in Hong... 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok attends a news conference in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd, Asia's most valuable developer, posted a 20.5 percent drop in underlying profit for its fiscal first half as a price war to attract buyers after government tightening measures squeezed margins. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SHK PROPERTIES-RESULTS/
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February 27, 2015 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok (L) and Deputy Managing Director... 
Hong Kong, China 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok and Deputy Managing Director Mike... 
Sun Hung Kai Properties Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok (L) and Deputy Managing Director Mike Wong attend a news conference in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd , Asia's most valuable developer, posted a 20.5 percent drop in underlying profit for its fiscal first half as a price war to attract buyers after government tightening measures squeezed margins. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SHK-EARNINGS/
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September 13, 2012 
Co-chairman of Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok attends a news conference in... 
Hong Kong, China 
Co-chairman of Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok attends a news conference in Hong Kong 
Co-chairman of Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok attends a news conference in Hong Kong September 13, 2012. Hong Kong's Sun Hung Kai Properties, the world's second-largest real estate developer, posted earnings that narrowly beat expectations on Thursday, building on last year's impressive performance thanks to strong property prices and low interest rates. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE HEADSHOT) 
SHK-EARNINGS/
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September 13, 2012 
Chairmen of Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok (L) and Thomas Kwok listen to questions... 
Hong Kong, China 
Chairmen of Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok and Thomas Kwok during a news conference in Hong Kong... 
Chairmen of Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok (L) and Thomas Kwok listen to questions during a news conference in Hong Kong September 13, 2012. Hong Kong's Sun Hung Kai Properties, the world's second-largest real estate developer, posted earnings that narrowly beat expectations on Thursday, building on last year's impressive performance thanks to strong property prices and low interest rates. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SHK-EARNINGS/
RTR37WZS 
September 13, 2012 
(L-R) Chairmen of Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok, Thomas Kwok and Executive... 
Hong Kong, China 
Chairmen of Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok, Thomas Kwok and Executive Director Thomas Chan during... 
(L-R) Chairmen of Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok, Thomas Kwok and Executive Director Thomas Chan smile during a news conference in Hong Kong September 13, 2012. Hong Kong's Sun Hung Kai Properties, the world's second-largest real estate developer, posted earnings that narrowly beat expectations on Thursday, building on last year's impressive performance thanks to strong property prices and low interest rates. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
NBA/
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January 28, 2012 
Portland Trail Blazers guard Raymond Felton (L) shoots as Phoenix Suns guard Ronnie Price defends during... 
Portland, UNITED STATES 
Portland Trail Blazers guard Felton shoots as Phoenix Suns guard Price defends during third quarter NBA... 
Portland Trail Blazers guard Raymond Felton (L) shoots as Phoenix Suns guard Ronnie Price defends during third quarter NBA basketball action in Portland, Oregon, January 27, 2012. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL) 
NHL/
RTR2V0VP 
December 09, 2011 
Vancouver Canucks' Jannik Hansen (36) celebrates a goal scored by teammate Mason Raymond (not shown),... 
Montreal, Canada 
Canucks' Hansen celebrates in front of Canadiens goalie Price during second period NHL hockey action... 
Vancouver Canucks' Jannik Hansen (36) celebrates a goal scored by teammate Mason Raymond (not shown), in front of Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price (31), during second period NHL hockey action in Montreal December 8, 2011. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY) 
CRICKET-NEWZEALAND
RTR2SRDF 
October 17, 2011 
New Zealand wicket keeper Brendon McLullum stumps up Zimbabwe batsman Raymond Price during the second... 
Harare, Zimbabwe 
New Zealand wicket keeper Brendon McLullum stumps up Zimbabwe batsman Raymond Price during the second... 
New Zealand wicket keeper Brendon McLullum stumps up Zimbabwe batsman Raymond Price during the second Twenty20 cricket in Harare, October 17, 2011. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: SPORT CRICKET) 
CRICKET-WORLD/
RTR2K53P 
March 20, 2011 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) celebrates taking the wicket of Kenya's Alex Obanda (R) with teammate Tatenda... 
Kolkata, India 
Zimbabwe's Price celebrates taking the wicket of Kenya's Obanda with teammate Taibu during their ICC... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) celebrates taking the wicket of Kenya's Alex Obanda (R) with teammate Tatenda Taibu during their ICC Cricket World Cup group A match in Kolkata March 20, 2011. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
CRICKET-WORLD/
RTR2K52S 
March 20, 2011 
Kenya's Steve Tikolo (R) shakes hands with Kenya's Prosper Utseya (C) and Raymond Price as he leaves... 
Kolkata, India 
Kenya's Tikolo shakes hands with Kenya's Utseya and Price as he leaves the field following his dismissal... 
Kenya's Steve Tikolo (R) shakes hands with Kenya's Prosper Utseya (C) and Raymond Price as he leaves the field following his dismissal during their ICC Cricket World Cup group A match in Kolkata March 20, 2011. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
CRICKET-WORLD/
RTR2K520 
March 20, 2011 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (C) look on as Kenya's Collins Obuya (L) and Alex Obanda run between the wickets... 
Kolkata, India 
Zimbabwe's Price look on as Kenya's Obuya and Obanda run between the wickets during their ICC Cricket... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (C) look on as Kenya's Collins Obuya (L) and Alex Obanda run between the wickets during their ICC Cricket World Cup group A match in Kolkata March 20, 2011. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
CRICKET-WORLD/PAKISTAN
RTR2JVWV 
March 14, 2011 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) celebrates the dismissal of Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi (R) with wicketkeeper... 
PALLEKELE, Sri Lanka 
Zimbabwe's Price celebrates the dismissal of Pakistan's captain Afridi with wicketkeeper Taibu during... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) celebrates the dismissal of Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi (R) with wicketkeeper Tatenda Taibu during their ICC Cricket World Cup Group A match in Pallekele March 14, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET IMAGE OF THE DAY) 
CRICKET-WORLD/PAKISTAN
RTR2JVWO 
March 14, 2011 
Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi (R) is bowled by Zimbabwe's Raymond Price, as wicketkeeper Tatenda Taibu... 
PALLEKELE, Sri Lanka 
Pakistan's captain Afridi is bowled by Zimbabwe's Price during their ICC Cricket World Cup Group A match... 
Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi (R) is bowled by Zimbabwe's Raymond Price, as wicketkeeper Tatenda Taibu (L) reacts, during their ICC Cricket World Cup Group A match in Pallekele March 14, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET IMAGE OF THE DAY) 
CRICKET-ZIMBABWE/
RTR23ORP 
January 21, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh's Mehrab Hossain Jr. during their one-day... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Price celebrates dismissal of Bangladesh's Hossain Jr. in Dhaka 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh's Mehrab Hossain Jr. during their one-day international cricket series against Zimbabwe in Dhaka January 21, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-ZIMBABWE/
RTR23ORM 
January 21, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) tries to catch a ball as Bangladesh's Roqibul Hassan looks on during their... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Price tries to catch ball as Bangladesh's Hassan looks on in Dhaka 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) tries to catch a ball as Bangladesh's Roqibul Hassan looks on during their one-day international cricket series in Dhaka January 21, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-ZIMBABWE/
RTR23OP6 
January 21, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Vusimuzi Sibanda (L) congratulates Edward Rainsford (2nd R) as their team-mate Raymond Price... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Sibanda congratulates Rainsford after Rainsford dismissed Mohammad Ashraful in Dhaka 
Zimbabwe's Vusimuzi Sibanda (L) congratulates Edward Rainsford (2nd R) as their team-mate Raymond Price (R) and Bangladesh's Mehrab Hossain Jr. look on after Rainsford dismissed Mohammad Ashraful during their one-day international cricket series in Dhaka January 21, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-ZIMBABWE/
RTR23L6E 
January 19, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price kisses the man of the match trophy after winning the match in their one-day... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Price kisses man of match trophy after their one-day international cricket series against... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price kisses the man of the match trophy after winning the match in their one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh in Dhaka January 19, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-ZIMBABWE/
RTR23L5Z 
January 19, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Tawanda Mupariwa (R) and Raymond Price hug each other after winning the match in their one-day... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Mupariwa and Price hug each other after winning their match against Bangladesh in Dhaka 
Zimbabwe's Tawanda Mupariwa (R) and Raymond Price hug each other after winning the match in their one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh in Dhaka January 19, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-ZIMBABWE/
RTR23L5T 
January 19, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Prosper Utseya (C) congratulates Raymond Price after winning the match in their one-day international... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Utseya congratulates Price after winning match in Dhaka 
Zimbabwe's Prosper Utseya (C) congratulates Raymond Price after winning the match in their one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh in Dhaka January 19, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-ZIMBABWE/
RTR23KTX 
January 19, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price bowls during the one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh in... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Price bowls during one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh in Dhaka 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price bowls during the one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh in Dhaka January 19, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-TRI/
RTR23B6R 
January 12, 2009 
Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara appeals for the dismissal of Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (R) during their tri-series... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Sri Lanka's Sangakkara appeals for the dismissal of Zimbabwe's Price during their tri-series one-day... 
Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara appeals for the dismissal of Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (R) during their tri-series one-day international cricket tournament in Dhaka January 12, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-TRI/
RTR23B13 
January 12, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) leaves the field with teammates during the tri-series one-day international... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price leaves the field with teammates during the tri-series one-day international... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) leaves the field with teammates during the tri-series one-day international cricket tournament against Sri Lanka in Dhaka January 12, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-TRI/
RTR23AZO 
January 12, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) and Tawanda Mupariwa (R) celebrate the dismissal of Sri Lanka's Jehan Mubarak... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Price and Mupariwa celebrate the dismissal of Sri Lanka's Mubarak during their tri-series... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) and Tawanda Mupariwa (R) celebrate the dismissal of Sri Lanka's Jehan Mubarak (not in picture) during their tri-series one-day international cricket tournament in Dhaka January 12, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-TRI/
RTR23AZK 
January 12, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (C) catches a ball as wicketkeeper Tatenda Taibu (R) and Sri Lanka's Angelo... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Price catches a ball as wicketkeeper Taibu and Sri Lanka's Mathews watch during their tri-series... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (C) catches a ball as wicketkeeper Tatenda Taibu (R) and Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews (L) watch during their tri-series one-day international cricket tournament in Dhaka January 12, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
CRICKET-TRI/
RTR23AZ7 
January 12, 2009 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (R) gestures as Sri Lanka's Jehan Mubarak (L) and Angelo Mathews talk during... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price gestures as Sri Lanka's Jehan Mubarak and Angelo Mathews talk during their tri-series... 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (R) gestures as Sri Lanka's Jehan Mubarak (L) and Angelo Mathews talk during their tri-series one-day international cricket tournament in Dhaka January 12, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
NHL/
RTX54MD 
January 01, 2008 
Calgary Flames Daymond Langkow checks Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond (R) in the first period of their... 
Calgary, Canada 
Calgary Flames Daymond Langkow checks Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond in the first period of their NHL... 
Calgary Flames Daymond Langkow checks Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond (R) in the first period of their NHL hockey game in Calgary, Alberta December 31, 2007. REUTERS/Patrick Price (CANADA) 
NHL/
RTX54M8 
January 01, 2008 
Calgary Flames Daymond Langkow hits Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond in the first period during their... 
Calgary, Canada 
Calgary Flames Daymond Langkow hits Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond in the first period during their... 
Calgary Flames Daymond Langkow hits Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond in the first period during their NHL hockey game in Calgary, Alberta December 31, 2007. REUTERS/Patrick Price (CANADA) 
CRICKET-WINDIES/
RTX4EB8 
December 04, 2007 
West Indies players celebrate the dismissal of Zimbabwe batsman Raymond Price (R) by Dwayne Bravo (unseen)... 
Harare, Zimbabwe 
West Indies players celebrate the dismisal of Zimbabwe's batsman Price in Harare 
West Indies players celebrate the dismissal of Zimbabwe batsman Raymond Price (R) by Dwayne Bravo (unseen) during the third one-day international cricket series at Harare Sports club, December 4, 2007. Brisk batting by Bravo helped West Indies to a comfortable win over Zimbabwe on Tuesday. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE) 
CRICKET-WINDIES/
RTX4B7M 
December 02, 2007 
Zimbabwe's Keith Dabengwa (R) and Raymond Price celebrate the dismissal of West Indies batsman Marlon... 
Harare, Zimbabwe 
Zimbabwe's Dabengwa and Price celebrate the dismissal of West Indies batsman Samuels during their second... 
Zimbabwe's Keith Dabengwa (R) and Raymond Price celebrate the dismissal of West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels (L) during their second one-day international cricket match at Harare Sports Club December 2, 2007. Chris Gayle and Runako Morton scored half-centuries in West Indies' 110-run win over Zimbabwe in the on Sunday. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE) 
PAPER DOMTAR
RTR1CV8L 
April 27, 2006 
Raymond Royer (C), president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., speaks with company directors... 
Montreal, USA 
Royer of Domtar Inc. speaks with company directors prior to annual general meeting in Montreal 
Raymond Royer (C), president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., speaks with company directors prior to their annual general meeting in Montreal, April 27, 2006. Paper maker Domtar Inc. slipped to a first-quarter loss despite firmer prices for its key products, mainly because of the stronger Canadian dollar and other costs, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi 
PAPER DOMTAR
RTR1CV6H 
April 27, 2006 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., leaves their annual general meeting... 
Montreal, United Kingdom 
Royer of Domtar Inc. leaves annual general meeting in Montreal 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., leaves their annual general meeting in Montreal, April 27, 2006. Paper maker Domtar Inc. slipped to a first-quarter loss despite firmer prices for its key products, mainly because of the stronger Canadian dollar and other costs, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi 
PAPER DOMTAR
RTR1CV6G 
April 27, 2006 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., speaks during their annual general... 
Montreal, Canada 
Royer of Domtar Inc. speaks during annual general meeting in Montreal 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., speaks during their annual general meeting in Montreal, Canada, April 27, 2006. Paper maker Domtar Inc. slipped to a first-quarter loss despite firmer prices for its key products, mainly because of the stronger Canadian dollar and other costs, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi 
PAPER DOMTAR
RTR1CV5S 
April 27, 2006 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., looks down at his notes prior to... 
Montreal, Canada 
Royer of Domtar Inc. waits for start of annual general meeting in Montreal 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., looks down at his notes prior to the start of their annual general meeting in Montreal April 27, 2006. Paper maker Domtar Inc. slipped to a first-quarter loss despite firmer prices for its key products, mainly because of the stronger Canadian dollar and other costs, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi 
PAPER DOMTAR
RTR1CV4F 
April 27, 2006 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., waits for the start of their annual... 
Montreal, Canada 
Royer of Domtar Inc. waits for start of annual general meeting in Montreal 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., waits for the start of their annual general meeting in Montreal, April 27, 2006. Paper maker Domtar Inc. slipped to a first-quarter loss despite firmer prices for its key products, mainly because of the stronger Canadian dollar and other costs, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi 
PAPER DOMTAR
RTR1CV4B 
April 27, 2006 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., waits for the start of their annual... 
Montreal, Canada 
Royer of Domtar Inc. waits for start of annual general meeting in Montreal 
Raymond Royer, president and chief executive officer of Domtar Inc., waits for the start of their annual general meeting in Montreal, April 27, 2006. Paper maker Domtar Inc. slipped to a first-quarter loss despite firmer prices for its key products, mainly because of the stronger Canadian dollar and other costs, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi 
FRANCE
RTR8897 
August 08, 2004 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the... 
Paris, France 
Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables in Paris. 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the Eiffel tower in Paris, August 8, 2004. The farmers protest against low prices being paid to producers by distributors. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli ANB/SM 
GIRARDI
RTXMTU4 
August 07, 2004 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the... 
Paris, France 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the..... 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the Eiffel tower in Paris, August 8, 2004. The farmers protest against low prices being paid to producers by distributors. 
GIRARDI
RTXMTU3 
August 07, 2004 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the... 
Paris, France 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the..... 
Raymond Girardi, head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the Eiffel tower in Paris, August 8, 2004. The farmers protest against low prices being paid to producers by distributors. 
FRANCE
RTXMTTZ 
August 07, 2004 
Raymond Girardi (R), head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under... 
Paris, France 
Raymond Girardi (R), head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under..... 
Raymond Girardi (R), head of the movement of French farmers, sells cheap fruits and vegetables under the Eiffel tower in Paris, August 7, 2004. The farmers were protesting against low prices being paid to producers by distributors. 
HONGKONG POLITICS WU
RTR4T61 
June 21, 2004 
DR RAYMOND WU, A HONG KONG MEMBER OF CHINA'S PARLIAMENT SPEAKS DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS IN HONG... 
Hong Kong, China 
DR RAYMOND WU, A HONG KONG MEMBER OF CHINA'S PARLIAMENT SPEAKS DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS IN ...... 
DR RAYMOND WU, A HONG KONG MEMBER OF CHINA'S PARLIAMENT SPEAKS DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS IN HONG KONG. Hong Kong member of China's parliament Dr. Raymond Wu speaks during an interview with Reuters in Hong Kong June 21, 2004. Hong Kong's democracy bloc, which has offered to mend fences with communist Beijing, will have to do a lot more to win the friendship of Chinese leaders, a prominent pro-Beijing politician said on Monday. Speaking in an interview, Dr. Wu said the democrats' offer to tone down their anti-China rhetoric was far from enough to reverse decades of mistrust and bad blood with Beijing. "They must be willing to pay some price. To break the ice, it is not effective to find a mere win-win solution, " Wu said. REUTERS/Kin Cheung 
HONGKONG POLITICS WU
RTR4T5V 
June 21, 2004 
Hong Kong member of China's parliament Dr. Raymond Wu speaks during an interview with Reuters in Hong... 
Hong Kong, China 
HONG KONG MEMBER OF CHINA'S PARLIAMENT DR RAYMOND WU GIVES INTERVIEW IN HONG KONG. 
Hong Kong member of China's parliament Dr. Raymond Wu speaks during an interview with Reuters in Hong Kong June 21, 2004. Hong Kong's democracy bloc, which has offered to mend fences with communist Beijing, will have to do a lot more to win the friendship of Chinese leaders, a prominent pro-Beijing politician said on Monday. Speaking in an interview, Dr. Wu said the democrats' offer to tone down their anti-China rhetoric was far from enough to reverse decades of mistrust and bad blood with Beijing. "They must be willing to pay some price. To break the ice, it is not effective to find a mere win-win solution, " Wu said. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/SH 
HONGKONG POLITICS WU
RTR4T5E 
June 21, 2004 
Hong Kong member of China's parliament Dr. Raymond Wu speaks during an interview with Reuters in Hong... 
Hong Kong, China 
HONG KONG MEMBER OF CHINA'S PARLIAMENT DR RAYMOND WU GIVES INTERVIEW IN HONG KONG. 
Hong Kong member of China's parliament Dr. Raymond Wu speaks during an interview with Reuters in Hong Kong June 21, 2004. Hong Kong's democracy bloc, which has offered to mend fences with communist Beijing, will have to do a lot more to win the friendship of Chinese leaders, a prominent pro-Beijing politician said on Monday. Speaking in an interview, Dr. Wu said the democrats' offer to tone down their anti-China rhetoric was far from enough to reverse decades of mistrust and bad blood with Beijing. "They must be willing to pay some price. To break the ice, it is not effective to find a mere win-win solution, " Wu said. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/SH 
HONGKONG POLITICS WU
RTR4T4P 
June 21, 2004 
Hong Kong member of China's parliament Dr Raymond Wu speaks during an interview with Reuters in Hong... 
Hong Kong, China 
HONG KONG MEMBER OF CHINA'S PARLIAMENT DR RAYMOND WU GIVES INTERVIEW IN HONG KONG. 
Hong Kong member of China's parliament Dr Raymond Wu speaks during an interview with Reuters in Hong Kong June 21, 2004. Hong Kong's democracy bloc, which has offered to mend fences with communist Beijing, will have to do a lot more to win the friendship of Chinese leaders, a prominent pro-Beijing politician said on Monday. Speaking in an interview, Raymond Wu, said the democrats' offer to tone down their anti-China rhetoric was far from enough to reverse decades of mistrust and bad blood with Beijing. "They must be willing to pay some price. To break the ice, it is not effective to find a mere win-win solution, " Wu said. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/SH 
DG
RTRR5Y8 
January 11, 2004 
AUSTRALIA'S GILLESPIE STICKS OUT HIS TONGUE AFTER HE BOLWED ZIMBABWE'S PRICE DURING THEIR TRI-NATIONS... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIA'S GILLESPIE STICKS OUT HIS TONGUE AFTER HE BOLWED ZIMBABWE'S PRICE DURING THEIR ... 
AUSTRALIA'S GILLESPIE STICKS OUT HIS TONGUE AFTER HE BOLWED ZIMBABWE'S PRICE DURING THEIR TRI-NATIONS LIMITED OVERS MATCH IN SYDNEY. Australia's Jason Gillespie (R) sticks out his tongue after bowling Zimbabwe's Raymond Price for a duck during their Tri-Nations limited overs match at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 11, 2004. Australia won the match by 99 runs after they dismissed Zimbabwe for 126 runs. REUTERS/David Gray REUTERS 
SPORT CRICKET ZIMBABWE
RTRS01Y 
October 20, 2003 
Australia's Matthew Hayden hits the bowling of Raymond Price for four
runs during the second cricket... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIA'S HAYDEN HITS THE BOWLING OF PRICE OF ZIMBABWE FOR FOUR IN
SYDNEY. 
Australia's Matthew Hayden hits the bowling of Raymond Price for four
runs during the second cricket Test between Australia and Zimbabwe at
the Sydney Cricket Ground October 20, 2003. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB 
AUSTRALIA CRICKET ZIMBABWE
RTRPZV6 
October 20, 2003 
Australia's Matthew Hayden hits the bowling of Raymond Price (not pictured)
for four runs as Zimbabwean... 
Sydney, Australia 
MATTHEW HAYDEN HITS FOUR RUNS ON WAY TO CENTURY DURING CRICKET
TEST IN SYDNEY. 
Australia's Matthew Hayden hits the bowling of Raymond Price (not pictured)
for four runs as Zimbabwean fielder Stuart Carlisle jumps out of the way
during the second cricket Test between Australia and Zimbabwe at the Sydney
Cricket Ground October 20, 2003. Australia won the match by nine wickets,
clinching the series 2-0. REUTERS/Will Burgess PP03100097

WB/PB 
AUSTRALIA CRICKET LEE
RTRPYKI 
October 19, 2003 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (2nd L) celebrates with teammates after
bowling Australia's Ricky Ponting for... 
Sydney, Australia 
ZIMBABWE'S PRICE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATES IN SECOND CRICKET TEST IN
SYDNEY. 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (2nd L) celebrates with teammates after
bowling Australia's Ricky Ponting for 169 runs during the second
cricket Test between Australia and Zimbabwe at the Sydney Cricket
Ground October 19, 2003. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/FA 
AUSTRALIA CRICKET LEE
RTRPYI0 
October 19, 2003 
Australian captain Steve Waugh (C) hits the bowling of Raymond Price
for four runs as fellow Zimbabweans,... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIA VERSUS ZIMBABWE IN SECOND CRICKET TEST IN SYDNEY. 
Australian captain Steve Waugh (C) hits the bowling of Raymond Price
for four runs as fellow Zimbabweans, wicketkeeper Tatenda Taibu (L) and
Stuart Carlisle look on during their second cricket Test at the Sydney
Cricket Ground October 19, 2003. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/DL 
CRICKET SPORT ZIMBABWE
RTRPWPA 
October 18, 2003 
Stuart Carlisle of Zimbabwe (front) and team mate bowler Raymond Price
(rear) appeal unsuccessfully... 
Sydney, Australia 
CARLISLE OF ZIMBABWE APPEALS DURING SECOND CRICKET TEST IN SYDNEY. 
Stuart Carlisle of Zimbabwe (front) and team mate bowler Raymond Price
(rear) appeal unsuccessfully for the wicket of Ricky Ponting during the
second and final cricket test between Australia and Zimbabwe at the
Sydney Cricket Ground October 18, 2003. Australia are three wickets for
245 runs with Ponting on 137 as bad light stopped play in the two test
series Australia leads by 1-0. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/TW 
CRICKET SPORT ZIMBABWE
RTRPWMW 
October 18, 2003 
Raymond Price of Zimbabwe (L) is congratulated by teammates after
taking the wicket of Australia's Damien... 
Sydney, Australia 
RAYMOND PRICE OF ZIMBABWE IS CONGRATULATED BY TEAMMATES DURING MATCH
AGAINST AUSTRALIA IN SYDNEY. 
Raymond Price of Zimbabwe (L) is congratulated by teammates after
taking the wicket of Australia's Damien Martyn for 32 runs during the
second and final cricket test between Australia and Zimbabwe at the
Sydney Cricket Ground October 18, 2003. Zimbabwe made 308 runs in their
first innings and Australia are three for 162 runs at tea. REUTERS/Will
Burgess

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October 18, 2003 
Tailend batsman Raymond Price of Zimbabwe (L) walks from the pitch as
Australians Andy Bichel (R) and... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIANS CELEBRATE AS PRICE OF ZIMBABWE WALKS AWAY IN SECOND CRICKET
TEST IN SYDNEY. 
Tailend batsman Raymond Price of Zimbabwe (L) walks from the pitch as
Australians Andy Bichel (R) and Brad Williams (2nd R) celebrate during
their second and final cricket Test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground
October 18, 2003. Price made 20 runs before he was caught by Williams
off the bowling of Bichel. Zimbabwe made 308 runs in their first
innings. REUTERS/Will Burgess

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May 23, 2003 
Zimbabwe's Mark Vermeulen (C) celebrates surrounded by his team mates
after catching out England's Mark... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
ZIMBABWE'S VERMEULEN CELEBRATES SURROUNDED BY TEAM MATES AFTER CATCHING
OUT ENGLAND'S BUTCHER AT LORD'S.... 
Zimbabwe's Mark Vermeulen (C) celebrates surrounded by his team mates
after catching out England's Mark Butcher from a Raymond Price ball
during the second day of the first test match at Lord's, London May 23,
2003. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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March 01, 2002 
Zimbabwe's batsman Raymond Price (R) watches his shattered stumps after
being clean bowled by Indian... 
New Delhi, Republic of India 
ZIMBABWE'S BATSMAN RAYMOND PRICE WATCHES STUMPS AFTER BEING BOWLED IN
NEW DELHI. 
Zimbabwe's batsman Raymond Price (R) watches his shattered stumps after
being clean bowled by Indian bowler Anil Kumble (not in the picture) as
Indian wicketkeeper Deep Dasgupta looks on during the second day's play
of the second test match in New Delhi March 1, 2002. Zimbabwe were all
out for 329 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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February 24, 2002 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) and teammate Tatenda Taibu (back to the
camera) celebrate after Price took... 
Nagpur, Republic of India 
ZIMBABWE'S RAYMOND PRICE AND TATENDA TAIBU CELEBRATE IN NAGPUR. 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (L) and teammate Tatenda Taibu (back to the
camera) celebrate after Price took the wicket of India's Sachin
Tendulkar on the fourth day of the first test match between India and
Zimbabwe at the V.C.A. stadium in Nagpur February 24, 2002. India
declared their first innings at 570 for seven to take a 283-run first
innings lead over Zimbabwe. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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February 24, 2002 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price celebrates after taking the wicket of India's
Sachin Tendulkar (R) seen walking... 
Nagpur, Republic of India 
ZIMBABWE'S RAYMOND PRICE CELEBRATES AFTER TAKING SACHIN TENDULKAR'S
WICKET IN NAGPUR. 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price celebrates after taking the wicket of India's
Sachin Tendulkar (R) seen walking back to the pavillion on the fourth
day of the first test match between India and Zimbabwe at the V.C.A.
stadium in Nagpur February 24, 2002. India declared their first innings
at 570 for seven to take a 283-run first innings lead over Zimbabwe.
REUTERS/Arko Datta

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February 23, 2002 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price, who took four Indian wickets, is
congratulated by teammate Tatenda Taibu (back... 
Nagpur, Republic of India 
ZIMBABWE'S RAYMOND PRICE IS CONGRATULATED BY TEAMMATE IN NAGPUR. 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price, who took four Indian wickets, is
congratulated by teammate Tatenda Taibu (back to the camera) after
Price dismissed India's captain Sautav Ganguly during the third day's
play of the first test match between lndia and Zimbabwe at V.C.A.
Stadium in Nagpur February 23, 2002. India were 437 for five in reply
to Zimbabwe's 287 runs in the first innings. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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February 22, 2002 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (C), who took two Indian wickets, is
congratulated by teammate Gavin Rennie... 
Nagpur, Republic of India 
ZIMBABWE'S RAYMOND PRICE IS CONGRATULATED BY TEAMMATES IN NAGPUR. 
Zimbabwe's Raymond Price (C), who took two Indian wickets, is
congratulated by teammate Gavin Rennie (L) and Tatenda Taibu, after
claiming the wicket of Indian batsman Deep Dasgupta during the second
day's play of the first test match between India and Zimbabwe in Nagpur
February 22, 2002. India were 209 for two in reply to Zimbabwe's first
innings 287 all out at the close of the second day's play of the first
test on Friday. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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September 18, 2001 
South African batsman Shaun Pollock is dismissed by celebrating
Zimbabwe bowler Raymond Price for 41... 
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 
SOUTH AFRICAN BATSMAN SHAUN POLLOCK DISMISSED BY RAYMOND PRICE IN
BULAWAYO. 
South African batsman Shaun Pollock is dismissed by celebrating
Zimbabwe bowler Raymond Price for 41 runs September 18, 2001. Price
took a career best 5 wickets for 181 runs with South Africa declaring
on 519 runs for 8 wickets on the fifth day of the second Test at the
Queens Sports Club. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

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SPORT CRICKET
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September 11, 2001 
South African fielder Neil MacKenzie (front) and wicket keeper Mark
Boucher (rear) celebrate Mckenzie's... 
Harare, Zimbabwe 
SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYERS CELEBRATE WICKET IN HARARE. 
South African fielder Neil MacKenzie (front) and wicket keeper Mark
Boucher (rear) celebrate Mckenzie's catching of Zimbabwe batsman
Raymond Price off Lance Klusner for 4 runs September 11, 2001. Zimbabwe
were on 390 runs for 9 wickets in their second innings leaving them a
lead of 76 runs at lunch on the fifth day of the first Test at the
Harare Sports Club. REUTERS/Paul Cadenhead

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