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PEOPLE-LOHAN/
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July 07, 2010
Actress Lindsay Lohan's fingernails are shown as she addresses the court before Judge Marsha Revel ruled...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Actress Lindsay Lohan's fingernails are shown as she addresses the court in Beverly Hills
Actress Lindsay Lohan's fingernails are shown as she addresses the court before Judge Marsha Revel ruled that Lohan had violated her probation on a 2007 drunken driving charge and sentenced the troubled actress to 90 days in jail in Beverly Hills, California July 6, 2010. The judge ordered Lohan to surrender to authorities and begin her sentence on July 20, 2010. Photo taken July 6, 2010. REUTERS/David McNew/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)
Arts
Arts
Terracotta Warrior Sculptures by Norwegian Artist in Beijing - 02 Mar 2007
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CHINA/
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March 02, 2007
A visitor looks at a terracotta warrior sculpture by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in...
Beijing, China
A visitor looks at a terracotta warrior sculpture in Beijing
A visitor looks at a terracotta warrior sculpture by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in Beijing March 2, 2007. Heyerdahl recontextualises the Chinese famed terracotta warriors by duplicating the terracotta warriors in their original scale, local media reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
CHINA/
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March 02, 2007
Terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl are displayed at a gallery in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl are displayed in Beijing
Terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl are displayed at a gallery in Beijing March 2, 2007. Heyerdahl recontextualises the Chinese famed terracotta warriors by duplicating the terracotta warriors in their original scale, while inverting their gender from male to female, local media reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
CHINA/
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March 02, 2007
A visitor looks at terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in...
Beijing, China
A visitor looks at terracotta warriors sculptures in Beijing
A visitor looks at terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in Beijing March 2, 2007. Heyerdahl recontextualises the Chinese famed terracotta warriors by duplicating the terracotta warriors in their original scale, while inverting their gender from male to female, local media reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
BOLIVIA/
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February 19, 2007
A dancer of 'Pujllay' group wears sandals with spurs during a Carnival parade in Oruro, some 210 km...
Oruro, Bolivia
A dancer of 'Pujllay' group wears sandals with spurs during a Carnival parade in Oruro
A dancer of 'Pujllay' group wears sandals with spurs during a Carnival parade in Oruro, some 210 km (130 miles) south of La Paz February 18, 2007.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
HUNGARY/
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February 01, 2007
A model is seen prior to being photographed with a 1959 Chevrolet Impala at the Dream Car exhibition...
Budapest, Hungary
A model is seen prior to being photographed with a 1959 Chevrolet Impala at the Dream Car exhibition...
A model is seen prior to being photographed with a 1959 Chevrolet Impala at the Dream Car exhibition in Budapest February 1, 2007. The permanent exhibition, which consists of 60 cars, opened on Thursday and is organised by Hungarian collector Farkasdi Karoly. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY)
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
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January 07, 2007
A WowWee Alive Elvis by WowWee Robotics sings during a media preview for the 2007 International CES (Consumer...
Las Vegas, USA
The WowWee Alive Elvis by WowWee Robotics sings during a media preview for 2007 International CES (Consumer...
A WowWee Alive Elvis by WowWee Robotics sings during a media preview for the 2007 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2007. The robotic Elvis sings eight Elvis Presley songs and speaks 30 monologues, representatives said. The animated Elvis is expected to ship in June and retail for $349, they said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
SECURITY USA
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May 05, 2006
Firefighters Cory Martin (L) and Joe McWilliams (R) carry United States Navy student Krystal Lee away...
Meridian, USA
Firefighters carry US Navy student Krystal Lee away from the galley during a mock chemical attack in...
Firefighters Cory Martin (L) and Joe McWilliams (R) carry United States Navy student Krystal Lee away from the galley during a mock chemical attack at Naval Air Station - Meridian near Meridian, Mississippi, May 5, 2006. The chemical identified as Tabun was the substance use during the attack. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tabun is a man-made nerve agent that can be used in chemical warfare. Tabun is also known as "GA" and is colorless, clear and tasteless liquid that can be used as a gas if heated. REUTERS/Kyle Carter
SECURITY USA
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May 05, 2006
U.S. Navy students Tiffany Moffett (L) and Erica Fewins (C) carry a mock body away from a scene while...
Meridian, USA
US Navy students carry a mock body away from a scene during a mock chemical attack in Meridian
U.S. Navy students Tiffany Moffett (L) and Erica Fewins (C) carry a mock body away from a scene while listening to Petty Officer Jesse Brown (R) on where to place the body during a mock chemical attack at Naval Air Station - Meridian near Meridian, Mississippi, May 5, 2006. The chemical identified as Tabun was the substance use during the attack. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tabun is a man-made nerve agent that can be used in chemical warfare. Tabun is also known as "GA" and is colorless, clear and tasteless liquid that can be used as a gas if heated. REUTERS/Kyle Carter
SECURITY USA
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May 05, 2006
Firefighters Joe McWilliams (L) and Cory Martin (R) lie down United States Navy student Daryl Bragg away...
Meridian, USA
Firefighters lie down United States Navy student Daryl Bragg away from other students during a mock chemical...
Firefighters Joe McWilliams (L) and Cory Martin (R) lie down United States Navy student Daryl Bragg away from other students during a mock chemical attack at Naval Air Station - Meridian near Meridian, Mississippi, May 5, 2006. The chemical identified as Tabun was the substance use during the attack. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tabun is a man-made nerve agent that can be used in chemical warfare. Tabun is also known as "GA" and is colorless, clear and tasteless liquid that can be used as a gas if heated. REUTERS/Kyle Carter
SECURITY USA
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May 05, 2006
Firefighter Greg Riley calls for helps as United States Navy student Bethjamie Narveaz lies on the concrete...
Meridian, USA
Firefighter Greg Riley calls for helps during a mock chemical attack as US Navy student Bethjamie Narveaz...
Firefighter Greg Riley calls for helps as United States Navy student Bethjamie Narveaz lies on the concrete porch of the galley during a mock chemical attack at Naval Air Station - Meridian near Meridian, Mississippi, May 5, 2006. The chemical identified as Tabun was the substance used during the attack. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tabun is a man-made nerve agent that can be used in chemical warfare. Tabun is also known as "GA" and is colorless, clear and tasteless liquid that can be used as a gas if heated. REUTERS/Kyle Carter
DIANA
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April 25, 1998
A shop keeper restocks shelves with tubs of margarine bearing the signature of Diana Princess of Wales...
A shop keeper restocks shelves with tubs of margarine bearing the signature of Diana Princess of Wal.....
A shop keeper restocks shelves with tubs of margarine bearing the signature of Diana Princess of Wales April 25. [Her brother, Earl Spencer has called for the Memorial Fund for Diana Princess of Wales to be wound down after calling some of the products using her name to raise money for the charity "tasteless" and "degrading her memory". ]
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April 25, 1998
Andrew Morton, who made millions from two books on Diana, Princess of Wales, speaks at the Republic Pressure...
United Kingdom
ROYAL WRITER ANDREW MORTON SPEAKS AT REBUBLIC PRESSURE GROUP.
Andrew Morton, who made millions from two books on Diana, Princess of Wales, speaks at the Republic Pressure Group annual meeting April 25. The group are calling for the abolition of the British monarchy. Earl Spencer, the brother of the late Princess, has called for the winding up of the Diana Memorial Fund, calling some of the products "tasteless" and "degrading to her".

REUTERS
BRITAIN DIANAS
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April 25, 1998
Andrew Morton, who made millions from two books on Diana, Princess of Wales, speaks at the Republic Pressure...
London
WRITER ANDREW MORTON SPEAKS AT THE REPUBLIC PRESSURE GROUP.
Andrew Morton, who made millions from two books on Diana, Princess of Wales, speaks at the Republic Pressure Group annual meeting who are calling for the abolition of the British monarchy April 25. Earl Spencer, the brother of the Princess has called for the winding up of the Memorial Fund, Diana Princess of Wales calling some of the products "tasteless" and "degrading to her".

REUTERS
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April 25, 1998
A shop keeper restocks shelves with tubs of margarine bearing the signature of Diana Princess of Wales...
United Kingdom
A SHOP KEEPER STOCKS SHELVES WITH DIANA PRODUCTS.
A shop keeper restocks shelves with tubs of margarine bearing the signature of Diana Princess of Wales April 25. Her brother, Earl Spencer has called for the Memorial Fund for Diana Princess of Wales to be wound down after calling some of the products using her name to raise money for the charity "tasteless" and "degrading her memory".

REUTERS
WINE
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December 07, 1993
A bottle of French red wine bearing the label "Grand Cru GATT - produced and bottled anywhere , rich...
A bottle of French red wine bearing the label "Grand Cru GATT - produced and bottled anywhere , rich.....
A bottle of French red wine bearing the label "Grand Cru GATT - produced and bottled anywhere , rich in pesticides, tasteless and drunk by anybody ". The wine was presented by the French farmers anti-GATT association (Coordination Rurale) during a press conference December 7 which coincided with the ongoing trade talks in Brussels
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