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SPORT RUGBY NATIONS
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February 03, 2006
Australia's Nicholas Reilly (C) is caught by Scotland's defence in a first round match in the International...
Wellington, New Zealand
Australia's Reilly is caught by Scotland's defence in a first round match in the International sevens...
Australia's Nicholas Reilly (C) is caught by Scotland's defence in a first round match in the International sevens rugby tournament at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand February 3, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT RUGBY
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December 10, 2005
Australia's Nick Reilly (C) breaks for the tryline chased by Argentina's Nicholas Bruzzone (R) during...
George, South Africa
Australia's Reilly breaks for tryline against Argentina during quarter-finals of IRB Sevens tournament...
Australia's Nick Reilly (C) breaks for the tryline chased by Argentina's Nicholas Bruzzone (R) during their quarter-finals rugby match in the IRB Sevens tournament in George, South Africa December 10, 2005. Argentina won the match 14-12. REUTERS/Howard Burditt
GERMANY
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November 25, 2005
Volkswagen's employee Nicholas Batten poses for a portrait in an illuminated "happiness" circle at the...
Wolfsburg, Germany
Volkswagen's employee Batten poses for a portrait at the company's factory headquarters in Wolfsburg
Volkswagen's employee Nicholas Batten poses for a portrait in an illuminated "happiness" circle at the company's factory headquarters in the German city of Wolfsburg, November 25, 2005. The circle is intended to promote a feeling of wellbeing during the northern hemisphere's dark winter months. The Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg is one of Germany's leading theme parks, attracting some 2 million visitors each year, many of them during the December holiday season. Picture taken November 25, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
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