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USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
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February 18, 2015
English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group...
New York, UNITED STATES
English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group...
English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group at the 139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, sits at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York, February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
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February 18, 2015
Handler Janice Hayes holds English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, during...
New York, UNITED STATES
Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, during judging in the Sporting Group at the 139th Westminster...
Handler Janice Hayes holds English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, during judging in the Sporting Group at the 139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York, February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
RTR4Q0F8
February 18, 2015
Handler Janice Hayes shows English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner...
New York, UNITED STATES
Handler Janice Hayes shows English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner...
Handler Janice Hayes shows English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group at the139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York, February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
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February 18, 2015
Handler Janice Hayes with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner...
New York, UNITED STATES
Handler Janice Hayes with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner...
Handler Janice Hayes with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group at the139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York, February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
RTR4Q0EV
February 18, 2015
English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group,...
New York, UNITED STATES
English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group,...
English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group, is shown in the ring at the139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
RTR4Q0EU
February 18, 2015
Handler Janice Hayes runs with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Handler Janice Hayes runs with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz,...
Handler Janice Hayes runs with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, winner of the Sporting Group at the 139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York, February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
RTR4Q0DY
February 18, 2015
Handler Janice Hayes celebrates with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known...
New York, UNITED STATES
Handler Janice Hayes celebrates with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known...
Handler Janice Hayes celebrates with English Springer Spaniel Sweet Grass White Diamonds, also known as Liz, after winning the Sporting Group at the 139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York, February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-TORNADO/OKLAHOMA
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June 20, 2014
Tribal elder Gordon Yellowman opens a bag of Sweet Grass, which is one of several herbs that he uses...
EL RENO, UNITED STATES
Tribal elder Gordon Yellowman opens a bag of herbs that he uses in the Sundance priest rituals that he...
Tribal elder Gordon Yellowman opens a bag of Sweet Grass, which is one of several herbs that he uses in the Sundance priest rituals that he performs for the Arapaho-Cheyenne tribe, in El Reno, Oklahoma June 12, 2014. As Yellowman watched a tornado near Oklahoma City on the television news last year, he and other tribal priests did what the Native American people in Oklahoma have done for centuries - held a sacred ceremony to steer the tornado away from their land in one of the most tornado-prone parts of the country. Picture taken June 12, 2014.
REUTERS/Nick Oxford (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
BOEING-SOUTHCAROLINA/
RTX16PLP
December 20, 2013
Sweet grass basket makers Celestine Ravenel (L) and her cousin Adeline Mazyck display their wares in...
Mount Pleasant, UNITED STATES
Sweet grass basket makers Celestine Ravenel and her cousin Adeline Mazyck display their wares in their...
Sweet grass basket makers Celestine Ravenel (L) and her cousin Adeline Mazyck display their wares in their open air shop in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina December 18, 2013. The Gullah tradition of basket making has been handed down for generations in the Charleston area. Unionized machinists in Washington state last month rejected a labor contract that would have guaranteed Boeing's new jet program, known as the 777X, be built there. Boeing has operations in about 40 states, but among its most likely options are North Charleston in South Carolina and Long Beach in California. Picture taken December 18, 2013. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT)
BOEING-SOUTHCAROLINA/
RTX16PLO
December 20, 2013
Sweet grass basket maker Adeline Mazyck works in an open air shop in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina December...
Mount Pleasant, UNITED STATES
Sweet grass basket maker Adeline Mazyck works in an open air shop in Mount Pleasant
Sweet grass basket maker Adeline Mazyck works in an open air shop in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina December 18, 2013. The Gullah tradition of basket making has been handed down for generations in the Charleston area. Unionized machinists in Washington state last month rejected a labor contract that would have guaranteed Boeing's new jet program, known as the 777X, be built there. Boeing has operations in about 40 states, but among its most likely options are North Charleston in South Carolina and Long Beach in California. Picture taken December 18, 2013. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA-ABORIGINALS/HARPER
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January 05, 2013
A native protester spreads ceremonial burning sweet grass around herself during an Idle No More march...
Surrey, Canada
A native protester spreads ceremonial burning sweet grass around herself during an Idle No More march...
A native protester spreads ceremonial burning sweet grass around herself during an Idle No More march at the Peace Arch border crossing between Canada and the U.S. in Surrey, British Columbia January 5, 2013. The protest movement continues after Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced he would meet with a delegation of First Nations chiefs, including Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence next week. His meeting which will discuss social and economic issues, is an olive branch to an aboriginal movement that has blockaded rail lines and threatened to close Canada's borders with the U.S.. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
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November 08, 2012
A First Nations woman spreads ashes from burning sweet grass around the war memorial at Victory Square...
Vancouver, Canada
A First Nations woman spreads ashes from burning sweet grass around the war memorial at Victory Square...
A First Nations woman spreads ashes from burning sweet grass around the war memorial at Victory Square during Remembrance Day ceremonies in Vancouver, British Columbia November 8, 2012. The ceremony honoured native veterans who served in the Canadian military past and present. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
CANADA/
RTR337CQ
June 06, 2012
A native woman burns sweet grass during a protest outside the Missing Women's Inquiry in Vancouver, British...
Vancouver, Canada
A native woman burns sweet grass during a protest outside the Missing Women's Inquiry in Vancouver
A native woman burns sweet grass during a protest outside the Missing Women's Inquiry in Vancouver, British Columbia June 6, 2012. The inquiry, which is in its final day of arguments, is probing why it took so long to catch serial killer Robert Pickton, who is believed to have killed more than 20 women before he was arrested in 2002. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTXSI78
September 21, 2010
Kristina Bateman Papin (R) is given an aboriginal blessing with burning sweet grass and an eagle feather...
Vancouver, Canada
Kristina Bateman Papin is given an aboriginal blessing while holding an urn with the cremated remains...
Kristina Bateman Papin (R) is given an aboriginal blessing with burning sweet grass and an eagle feather while holding an urn with the cremated remains of her mother Georgina Papin during a ceremony in Vancouver, British Columbia September 21, 2010. Georgina was one of several native women murdered by serial killer Robert Willie Pickton who is serving a life sentence for murdering 26 women. The ceremony was held after officials began returning the remains of women found on the Pickton pig farm. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
CANADA/
RTXSI76
September 21, 2010
Ceejai Julian (L) is given a traditional aboriginal blessing of burning sweet grass prior to a ceremony...
Vancouver, Canada
Ceejai Julian is given a traditional aboriginal blessing of burning sweet grass prior to a ceremony remembering...
Ceejai Julian (L) is given a traditional aboriginal blessing of burning sweet grass prior to a ceremony remembering Georgina Papin in Vancouver, British Columbia September 21, 2010. Georgina was one of several native women murdered by serial killer Robert Willie Pickton who is serving a life sentence for murdering 26 women. The ceremony was held after officials began returning the remains of women found on the Pickton pig farm. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTXSI6V
September 21, 2010
Kristina Bateman Papin (R) is given an aboriginal blessing with sweet grass while holding an urn with...
Vancouver, Canada
Kristina Bateman Papin is given an aboriginal blessing with sweet grass while holding an urn with the...
Kristina Bateman Papin (R) is given an aboriginal blessing with sweet grass while holding an urn with the cremated remains of her mother Georgina Papin during a ceremony in Vancouver, British Columbia September 21, 2010. Georgina was one of several native women murdered by serial killer Robert Willie Pickton who is serving a life sentence for murdering 26 women. The ceremony was held after officials began returning the remains of women found on the Pickton pig farm. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTXSI6R
September 21, 2010
The urn containing the cremated remains of Georgina Papin is held by her daughter Kristina Bateman Papin...
Vancouver, Canada
The urn containing the cremated remains of Georgina Papin is held by her daughter Kristina while being...
The urn containing the cremated remains of Georgina Papin is held by her daughter Kristina Bateman Papin while being given an aboriginal blessing of burning sweet grass during a ceremony in Vancouver, British Columbia September 21, 2010. Georgina was one of several native women murdered by serial killer Robert Willie Pickton who is serving a life sentence for murdering 26 women. The ceremony was held after officials began returning the remains of women found on the Pickton pig farm. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTXSI6N
September 21, 2010
Kristina Bateman Papin (R) is given an aboriginal blessing with sweet grass and eagle feathers while...
Vancouver, Canada
Kristina Bateman Papin is given a aboriginal blessing of sweet grass while holding remains of her mother...
Kristina Bateman Papin (R) is given an aboriginal blessing with sweet grass and eagle feathers while holding an urn with the cremated remains of her mother Georgina Papin during a ceremony in Vancouver, British Columbia September 21, 2010. Georgina was one of several native women murdered by serial killer Robert Willie Pickton who is serving a life sentence for murdering 26 women. The ceremony was held after officials began returning the remains of women found on the Pickton pig farm. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
ITALY
RTXRCI3
December 02, 2009
Canadian World War Two veteran Henry Beaudry (R), 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations reserve near North...
ORTONA, Italy
Canadian World War Two veteran Beaudry salutes during a memorial service in Ortona
Canadian World War Two veteran Henry Beaudry (R), 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations reserve near North Battleford, Saskatchewan salutes during a memorial service 65 years after the battle of Ortona, Italy December 1, 2009. A small group of Canadian World War Two veterans are visiting former battle sites to mark the 65th anniversary of the Italian Campaign. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY ANNIVERSARY MILITARY SOCIETY)
ITALY
RTXRCHY
December 02, 2009
Canadian World War Two veteran Henry Beaudry (C), 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations Reserve in Saskatchewan,...
ORTONA, Italy
Canadian World War Two veteran Beaudry attends memorial service at the Moro River Canadian War Cemetary...
Canadian World War Two veteran Henry Beaudry (C), 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations Reserve in Saskatchewan, joins students during a moment of silence at the Moro River Canadian War Cemetary near the Italian town of Ortona December 1, 2009. A small group of Canadian World War Two veterans are visiting former battle sites to mark the 65th anniversary of the Italian Campaign. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY ANNIVERSARY MILITARY SOCIETY)
ITALY
RTXRC88
December 01, 2009
Former wartime orphan Gino Farnetti (C) poses with Canadian second world war veterans Henry Beaudry of...
ORTONA, Italy
Former wartime orphan Farnetti poses with Canadian second world war veterans in Ortona
Former wartime orphan Gino Farnetti (C) poses with Canadian second world war veterans Henry Beaudry of Sweet Grass First Nations Reserve, Saskatchewan and Bob Ross (R) of Mississauga at a memorial service 65 years after the battle of Ortona December 1, 2009. Farnetti, who was found in Frosinone at the age of five and cared for by soldiers Oliver Lloyd and Paul Hagen of the Canadian 5th Armoured Division, grew up to become an engineer. A small group of Canadian second world war veterans are visiting former battle sites to mark the 65th anniversary of the Italian Campaign. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT MILITARY)
ITALY
RTXRC82
December 01, 2009
Canadian second world war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations Reserve in Saskatchewan,...
ORTONA, Italy
Canadian second world war veteran Beaudry views a photograph of a dead German soldier at a museum in...
Canadian second world war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations Reserve in Saskatchewan, views a photograph of a dead German soldier at a museum in the Italian town of Ortona December 1, 2009. A small group of Canadian second world war veterans are visiting former battle sites to mark the 65th anniversary of the Italian Campaign. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ITALY
RTXRC7W
December 01, 2009
Canadian second world war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations Reserve in Saskatchewan,...
ORTONA, Italy
Canadian second world war veteran Beaudry salutes during a memorial service at the Moro River Canadian...
Canadian second world war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations Reserve in Saskatchewan, salutes during a memorial service at the Moro River Canadian War Cemetary near the Italian town of Ortona December 1, 2009. A small group of Canadian second world war veterans are visiting former battle sites to mark the 65th anniversary of the Italian Campaign. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT MILITARY)
ITALY
RTXR9YI
November 29, 2009
Canadian war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations reserve near North Battleford,...
Rome, Italy
Canadian war veteran Beaudry of Saskatchewan views Maori grave in Cassino
Canadian war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations reserve near North Battleford, Saskatchewan is shown the grave of a New Zealand Maori soldier by Sackville?Eastern Shore MP Peter Stoffer (R) at the Commonwealth grave site in the Italian town of Cassino November 29, 2009. A small group of Canadian second world war veterans is marking the 65th anniversary of the Italian campaign with a visit to battle sites. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY CONFLICT MILITARY)
ITALY
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November 29, 2009
Canadian war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations reserve near North Battleford,...
Rome, Italy
Canadian war veteran Beaudry of Saskatchewan walks at grave site in Cassino
Canadian war veteran Henry Beaudry, 88, of the Sweet Grass First Nations reserve near North Battleford, Saskatchewan walks with his son Clifford Opwam (R) at the Commonwealth grave site in the Italian town of Cassino November 29, 2009. A small group of Canadian second world war veterans is marking the 65th anniversary of the Italian campaign with a visit to battle sites. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY CONFLICT MILITARY)
CANADA/
RTXDF8V
March 30, 2009
Damien Alexander Ravenchild burns traditional native sweet grass outside the court house where appeals...
Vancouver, Canada
Protestor Ravenchild burns sweet grass outside courth house in Vancouver
Damien Alexander Ravenchild burns traditional native sweet grass outside the court house where appeals were being heard in the case of serial killer Robert Pikcton in Vancouver, British Columbia March 30, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA CONFLICT SOCIETY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
CANADA-KILLINGS/
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December 11, 2007
Angie Belzevick holds an eagle feather and burning sweet grass during a native prayer circle outside...
New Westminster, Canada
Woman holds an eagle feather and burning sweet grass outside court house in New Westminster
Angie Belzevick holds an eagle feather and burning sweet grass during a native prayer circle outside the court house where convicted murderer Robert Pickton was to be sentenced in New Westminster, British Columbia December 11, 2007. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
CRICKET-INDIA/
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July 31, 2007
A jelly bean sweet is seen on the outfield as India play England during the fifth day of their second...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
A jelly bean sweet is seen on the outfield as India play England during their second test cricket match...
A jelly bean sweet is seen on the outfield as India play England during the fifth day of their second test cricket match at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England July 31, 2007. India paceman Zaheer Khan said England's attempts to unsettle him by tossing jelly beans on to the wicket proved the spur for his five-wicket haul in the second test on Monday.
REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
CANADA-KILLINGS/
RTR1M59J
February 08, 2007
Lucia Lei Offa Mika (L) prays while Saw-Ses burns sweet grass outside the courthouse during the trial...
New Westminster, Canada
Lucia Lei Offa Mika prays while Saw-Ses burns sweet grass outside the courthouse during the trial of...
Lucia Lei Offa Mika (L) prays while Saw-Ses burns sweet grass outside the courthouse during the trial of accused serial killer Robert Pickton in New Westminster, British Columbia February 8, 2007. Several of Pickton's victims were from the native community. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
CANADA-KILLINGS/
RTR1M59B
February 08, 2007
Saw-Ses of the Sushwap Nation burns sweet grass as he stands outside the courthouse where accused serial...
New Westminster, Canada
Member of Sushwap Nation burns sweet grass outside trial of accused serial killer Robert Pickton
Saw-Ses of the Sushwap Nation burns sweet grass as he stands outside the courthouse where accused serial killer Robert Pickton's trial continues in New Westminster, British Columbia February 8, 2007. Several of Pickton's victims were women from the native community. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
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