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Search results for: Quadraplegic

WITNESS-DISABILITY/
RTR1M9D4
February 11, 2007
Reuters journalist Peter Apps is assisted in drinking at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in...
Aylesbury, United Kingdom
To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/
Reuters journalist Peter Apps is assisted in drinking at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in Aylesbury, south England February 9, 2007. Apps was seriously injured, resulting in paralysis from the neck downwards, following a motor crash whilst covering the Sri Lankan civil war in 2006. Picture taken February 9, 2007. To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
WITNESS-DISABILITY/
RTR1M9D2
February 11, 2007
Reuters journalist Peter Apps works at his laptop computer using voice recognition equipment at a spinal...
Aylesbury, United Kingdom
To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/
Reuters journalist Peter Apps works at his laptop computer using voice recognition equipment at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in Aylesbury, south England February 9, 2007. Apps was seriously injured, resulting in paralysis from the neck downwards, following a motor crash whilst covering the Sri Lankan civil war in 2006. Picture taken February 9, 2007. To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
WITNESS-DISABILITY/
RTR1M9CY
February 11, 2007
Reuters journalist Peter Apps paints using his mouth at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in...
Aylesbury, United Kingdom
To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/
Reuters journalist Peter Apps paints using his mouth at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in Aylesbury, south England February 9, 2007. Apps was seriously injured, resulting in paralysis from the neck downwards, following a motor crash whilst covering the Sri Lankan civil war in 2006. Picture taken February 9, 2007. To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
WITNESS-DISABILITY/
RTR1M9CX
February 11, 2007
Reuters journalist Peter Apps works at his laptop computer using voice recognition equipment at a spinal...
Aylesbury, United Kingdom
To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/
Reuters journalist Peter Apps works at his laptop computer using voice recognition equipment at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in Aylesbury, south England February 9, 2007. Apps was seriously injured, resulting in paralysis from the neck downwards, following a motor crash whilst covering the Sri Lankan civil war in 2006. Picture taken February 9, 2007. To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
WITNESS-DISABILITY/
RTR1M9CW
February 11, 2007
Reuters journalist Peter Apps works at his laptop computer using voice recognition equipment at a spinal...
Aylesbury, United Kingdom
To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/
Reuters journalist Peter Apps works at his laptop computer using voice recognition equipment at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in Aylesbury, south England February 9, 2007. Apps was seriously injured, resulting in paralysis from the neck downwards, following a motor crash whilst covering the Sri Lankan civil war in 2006. Picture taken February 9, 2007. To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
WITNESS-DISABILITY/
RTR1M95M
February 11, 2007
Reuters journalist Peter Apps paints using his mouth at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in...
Aylesbury, United Kingdom
To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/
Reuters journalist Peter Apps paints using his mouth at a spinal injuries rehabilitation hospital in Aylesbury, south England February 9, 2007. Apps was seriously injured, resulting in paralysis from the neck downwards, following a motor crash whilst covering the Sri Lankan civil war in 2006. Picture taken February 9, 2007. To match WITNESS-DISABILITY/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
HONGKONG
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June 13, 2006
Stephen Hawking, one of the world's leading theoretical physicists, attends a news conference at the...
Hong Kong, China
Stephen Hawking attends news conference at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Stephen Hawking, one of the world's leading theoretical physicists, attends a news conference at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology during his six-day visit to Hong Kong June 13, 2006. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
TITANS OF SPORT
RTRQF8B
November 10, 2003
Jockey Willie Shoemaker returns to Churchill Downs to see the Kentucky
Derby for the first time following...
Kentucky, USA
JOCKEY WILLIE SHOEMAKER WATCHES KENTUCKY FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE CAR
ACCIDENT.
Jockey Willie Shoemaker returns to Churchill Downs to see the Kentucky
Derby for the first time following his car accident that left him a
quadraplegic in Louisville May 1993. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

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CHRETIEN
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March 20, 2001
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien wears a hat presented to him by [quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary on...
Ottawa, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien wears a hat presented to him by [quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary o.....
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien wears a hat presented to him by [quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 20, 2001. Nemesvary is beginning a world wide tour to raise awareness for spinal cord injuries.]
CANADA POLITICS
RTRFWLE
March 20, 2001
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien wears a hat presented to him by quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary on...
Ottawa, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN WEARS HAT PRESENTED TO HIM BY QUADRAPLEGIC ACTIVIST.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien wears a hat presented to him by quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 20, 2001. Nemesvary is beginning a world wide tour to raise awareness for spinal cord injuries.

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CANADA POLITICS
RTRFWH3
March 20, 2001
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien is reflected in the hood of his car as he waves to a crowd as he...
Ottawa, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN WAVES TO CROWD.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien is reflected in the hood of his car as he waves to a crowd as he leaves Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 20, 2001. Chretien was presented with a hat and jacket by quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary who began a world wide tour to raise awareness for spinal cord injuries.

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CANADA
RTXK634
December 07, 2000
Actor Christopher Reeve (R) shares a laugh with Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien about his re-election...
Ottawa, Canada
Actor Christopher Reeve (R) shares a laugh with Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien about his re-e.....
Actor Christopher Reeve (R) shares a laugh with Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien about his re-election during a visit to the Ottawa Rehabilitation Center, December 7, 2000. Reeve was there to support quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary's trip around the world to bring awareness to spinal cord injuries.
CANADA REEVE
RTRBRUB
December 07, 2000
Actor Christopher Reeve (R) shares a laugh with Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien about his re-election...
Ottawa, Canada
ACTOR CHRISTOPHER REEVE SHARES A LAUGH WITH CANADIAN PM CHRETIEN.
Actor Christopher Reeve (R) shares a laugh with Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien about his re-election during a visit to the Ottawa Rehabilitation Center, December 7, 2000. Reeve was there to support quadraplegic Mike Nemesvary's trip around the world to bring awareness to spinal cord injuries.

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