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GLOBAL-HAIR/
RTS1G1YS
October 11, 2017
Hair styling tools are seen on a counter at a street barber shop in Kabul, Afghanistan October 11, 2017.REUTERS/Omar...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Hair styling tools are seen on a counter at a street barber shop in Kabul, Afghanistan
Hair styling tools are seen on a counter at a street barber shop in Kabul, Afghanistan October 11, 2017.REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
SAILING-AMERICAS/
RTS18I09
June 24, 2017
Sailing - America's Cup finals - Hamilton, Bermuda - June 24, 2017 - Oracle Team USA helmsman Jimmy Spithill...
Hamilton, Bermuda
Sailing - America's Cup Finals -
Sailing - America's Cup finals - Hamilton, Bermuda - June 24, 2017 - Oracle Team USA helmsman Jimmy Spithill and trimmer Kyle Langford celebrate win in race six over Emirates Team New Zealand in America's Cup finals . REUTERS/Mike Segar
SAILING-AMERICAS/
RTS18HV2
June 24, 2017
Sailing - America's Cup finals - Hamilton, Bermuda - June 24, 2017 - Oracle Team USA helmsman Jimmy Spithill...
Hamilton, Bermuda
Sailing - America's Cup Finals
Sailing - America's Cup finals - Hamilton, Bermuda - June 24, 2017 - Oracle Team USA helmsman Jimmy Spithill and trimmer Kyle Langford celebrate winning in race six of America's Cup finals. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-FISCAL/
RTX14FW6
October 18, 2013
A National Park Service worker uses an edge trimmer on the White House North Lawn for the first time...
Washington, UNITED STATES
National Park Service worker uses edge trimmer on the White House North Lawn for the first time since...
A National Park Service worker uses an edge trimmer on the White House North Lawn for the first time since the the end of the U.S. Government shut down in Washington, October 18, 2013. U.S. lawmakers launched an effort to resolve budget differences in a less confrontational fashion on Thursday as Washington picked up the pieces from a political crisis and 16-day government shutdown that has slowed the economy and undermined the country's international standing. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SAILING-AMERICASCUP/
RTXZR3L
May 18, 2013
An oxygen canister is seen on Pierluigi de Felice, trimmer of America's Cup challenger team Luna Rossa...
Alameda, UNITED STATES
Felice, trimmer of America's Cup challenger team Luna Rossa Challenge, wears an oxygen canister during...
An oxygen canister is seen on Pierluigi de Felice, trimmer of America's Cup challenger team Luna Rossa Challenge, during a news conference at the team's base in Alameda, California May 17, 2013. Clouds hung over the America's Cup sailing regatta on Friday after investigators asked the teams to temporarily halt practicing on blustery San Francisco bay following a deadly accident last week. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT YACHTING)
SPACE-SHUTTLE/
RTR3955C
October 14, 2012
Tree trimmers do last minute work to make room for the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it is transported on...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Tree trimmers do last minute work to make room for the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it is transported on...
Tree trimmers do last minute work to make room for the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it is transported on Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard during the final leg of a journey to it's new permanent home at the California Science Center in Exposition Park in Los Angeles, California, October 14, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
TITANIC/
RTR30GQ8
April 07, 2012
The gravestone of Titanic crew member Everett Edward Elliott, a coal trimmer from London who was stationed...
Halifax, Canada
Gravestone of Titanic crew member Edward Elliott is seen in Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax
The gravestone of Titanic crew member Everett Edward Elliott, a coal trimmer from London who was stationed in the engine room, is seen in Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax January 18, 2012. April 15, 2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. The ship embarked on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York in 1912, only to sink under cold Atlantic waters after striking an iceberg. Of the 2,223 passengers and crew aboard, only 706 survived that memorable night, but the story of the ocean liner deemed unsinkable has fascinated the world ever since. Picture taken January 18, 2012. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY MARITIME)
COSTA RICA/
RTR2HJPE
August 25, 2010
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain holds a sloth while she writes information about them at...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain holds a sloth while works at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita...
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain holds a sloth while she writes information about them at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita de Limon August 25, 2010. The center shelters over 100 orphaned and injured sloths. The sloths receive rehabilitation before being returned to the forest, according to Judy Arroyo, a co-owner of the sanctuary. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
COSTA RICA/
RTR2HJO8
August 25, 2010
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain weighs a sloth at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita de Limon...
Limon, Costa Rica
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain weighs a sloth at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita de Limon...
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain weighs a sloth at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita de Limon August 25, 2010. The center shelters over 100 orphaned and injured sloths. The sloths receive rehabilitation before being returned to the forest, according to Judy Arroyo, a co-owner of the sanctuary. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
COSTA RICA/
RTR2HJNX
August 25, 2010
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain holds a sloth at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita de Limon...
Limon, Costa Rica
Trimmer holds a sloth at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita de Limon
Volunteer worker Claire Trimmer from Britain holds a sloth at the Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita de Limon August 25, 2010. The center shelters over 100 orphaned and injured sloths. The sloths receive rehabilitation before being returned to the forest, according to Judy Arroyo, a co-owner of the sanctuary. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CALIFORNIA-MARIJUANA/
RTR2D4CT
April 22, 2010
A trimmer removes the leaves from a marijuana bud as it is prepared for sale at the Humboldt Patient...
Arcata, UNITED STATES
To match feature CALIFORNIA-MARIJUANA/
A trimmer removes the leaves from a marijuana bud as it is prepared for sale at the Humboldt Patient Resources Center in Arcata, California April 15, 2010. Pot pays the bills in this Northern California enclave, home to hippies and good old boys alike who espouse the weed's curative and economic benefits. Photo taken April 15, 2010. To match feature CALIFORNIA-MARIJUANA/ REUTERS/Alexandria Sage (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
AUTOSHOW/
RTR1VANA
October 25, 2007
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's "Mobile Trimmer" at a photo opportunity during...
Chiba, Japan
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's 'Mobile Trimmer' at a photo opportunity during...
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's "Mobile Trimmer" at a photo opportunity during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 25, 2007. The vehicle is specially customized for visiting pet trimmers and has equipment such as a hair dryer, table, shower booth and layout designed for pet trimming. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
AUTOSHOW/
RTR1VAN8
October 25, 2007
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's "Mobile Trimmer" at a photo opportunity during...
Chiba, Japan
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's 'Mobile Trimmer' at a photo opportunity during...
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's "Mobile Trimmer" at a photo opportunity during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 25, 2007. The vehicle is specially customized for visiting pet trimmers and has equipment such as a hair dryer, table, shower booth and layout designed for pet trimming. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
AUTOSHOW/
RTR1VAN7
October 25, 2007
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's "Mobile Trimmer" at a photo opportunity during...
Chiba, Japan
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's 'Mobile Trimmer' at a photo opportunity during...
A model demonstrates dog trimming in Toyota Auto Body's "Mobile Trimmer" at a photo opportunity during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 25, 2007. The vehicle is specially customized for visiting pet trimmers and has equipment such as a hair dryer, table, shower booth and layout designed for pet trimming. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
SPORT SAILING AMERICAS CUP
RTR1F4HJ
July 02, 2006
America's Cup challenger Emirates Team New Zealand's trimmer Grant Loretz (R) sprays champagne after...
Valencia, Spain
America's Cup challenger Emirates Team New Zealand's trimmer Loretz sprays champagne after winning Valencia...
America's Cup challenger Emirates Team New Zealand's trimmer Grant Loretz (R) sprays champagne after winning the Valencia Louis Vuitton Act 12 in Valencia July 2, 2006. The races in Act 12 will count towards a bonus point system leading up to the 32nd America's Cup in 2007. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN)
SPORT YACHTING VOLVO
RTR1BD4X
June 17, 2006
Dutchman Hans Horrevoets, trimmer of the 'ABN AMRO TWO' team from Holland, lubricates a batten on the...
Cape Town, South Africa
Trimmer of the 'ABN AMRO TWO' team from Holland lubricates a batten on the mainsail during Volvo Ocean...
Dutchman Hans Horrevoets, trimmer of the 'ABN AMRO TWO' team from Holland, lubricates a batten on the mainsail in preperation for the start of the second leg of the round the world Volvo Ocean Race (VOR) in Cape Town, South Africa December 31, 2005. Beginning in Vigo, Spain, on November 12, 2005, seven teams will negotiate four oceans, five countries and nearly 32,000 miles (51,498 km) before crossing the finishing line in Gothenburg, Sweden on June 17, 2006. REUTERS/Howard Burditt
SAILING VOLVO
RTR1CQ02
April 18, 2006
Jonathan Swain (L), driver/trimmer of the boat Movistar, carries his daughter Hayley as he celebrates...
Baltimore, USA
Moviestar driver/trimmer Swain carries his daughter as he celebrates the boat's second-place finish in...
Jonathan Swain (L), driver/trimmer of the boat Movistar, carries his daughter Hayley as he celebrates the boat's second-place finish in the fifth leg of the Volvo Ocean Race at the inner harbor in Baltimore, Maryland April 17, 2006. The Spain-based Movistar has improved in the overall standings from 4th to 2nd place through five stages of the nine-leg yachting race around the world. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
De RIDDER
RTXNYHN
November 12, 2005
'Pirates of the Caribbean' trimmer Dirk de Ridder of the Netherlands carrying a child waves before the...
Vigo, Spain
'Pirates of the Caribbean' trimmer Dirk de Ridder of the Netherlands carrying a child waves before t.....
'Pirates of the Caribbean' trimmer Dirk de Ridder of the Netherlands carrying a child waves before the start of leg one of the Volvo Ocean Race at Vigo's harbour, in northern Spain, November 12, 2005. The Volvo Ocean Race is a round the world yacht race that this edition features nine offshore legs, over 31,250 nautical miles, and an inshore race at each of the main stopover ports. [For the first time in its 32-year-old history, the race will start from a port outside the United Kingdom. The Volvo Ocean Race left on Saturday from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa.]
YACHTING
RTXNYHM
November 12, 2005
'Pirates of the Caribbean' Skipper Paul Cayard (R) of the U.S., bowman Justin Clougher (C) of Australia...
Vigo, Spain
'Pirates of the Caribbean' Skipper Paul Cayard (R) of the U.S., bowman Justin Clougher (C) of Austra.....
'Pirates of the Caribbean' Skipper Paul Cayard (R) of the U.S., bowman Justin Clougher (C) of Australia and helmsman/trimmer Craig Satterthwaite of New Zeland wave before the start of leg one of the Volvo Ocean Race at Vigo's harbour, in northern Spain, November 12, 2005. The Volvo Ocean Race is a round the world yacht race that this edition features nine offshore legs, over 31,250 nautical miles, and an inshore race at each of the main stopover ports. [For the first time in its 32-year-old history, the race will start from a port outside the United Kingdom. The Volvo Ocean Race left on Saturday from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa.]
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR19BUA
November 12, 2005
'Pirates of the Caribbean' trimmer Dirk de Ridder of the Netherlands carrying a child waves before the...
Vigo, Spain
'Pirates of the Caribbean' trimmer Ridder carrying child waves before start of leg one of Volvo in Vigo...
'Pirates of the Caribbean' trimmer Dirk de Ridder of the Netherlands carrying a child waves before the start of leg one of the Volvo Ocean Race at Vigo's harbour, in northern Spain, November 12, 2005.The Volvo Ocean Race is a round the world yacht race that this edition features nine offshore legs, over 31,250 nautical miles, and an inshore race at each of the main stopover ports. For the first time in its 32-year-old history, the race will start from a port outside the United Kingdom. The Volvo Ocean Race left on Saturday from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR19BM2
November 12, 2005
'Pirates of the Caribbean' Skipper Paul Cayard (R) of the U.S., bowman Justin Clougher (C) of Australia...
Vigo, Spain
'Pirates of the Caribbean' skipper Cayard bowman Clougher and helmsman trimmer Satterthwaite wave before...
'Pirates of the Caribbean' Skipper Paul Cayard (R) of the U.S., bowman Justin Clougher (C) of Australia and helmsman/trimmer Craig Satterthwaite of New Zeland wave before the start of leg one of the Volvo Ocean Race at Vigo's harbour, in northern Spain, November 12, 2005.The Volvo Ocean Race is a round the world yacht race that this edition features nine offshore legs, over 31,250 nautical miles, and an inshore race at each of the main stopover ports. For the first time in its 32-year-old history, the race will start from a port outside the United Kingdom. The Volvo Ocean Race left on Saturday from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR19A5N
November 11, 2005
Brazilian helmsman/trimmer Andre Fonseca of "BRASIL 1" gestures at the start of a Parade of Sail from...
Vigo, Spain
Brazilian helmsman/trimmer Fonseca of "BRASIL 1" gestures at the start of a Parade of Sail in northern...
Brazilian helmsman/trimmer Andre Fonseca of "BRASIL 1" gestures at the start of a Parade of Sail from Sanxenxo to Vigo, in northern Spain, a day prior to the start of leg one of the Volvo Ocean Race November 11, 2005. The Volvo Ocean Race will leave from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday. The Volvo Ocean Race is a round the world yacht race featuring nine offshore legs, over 31,250 nautical miles. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR19773
November 08, 2005
Brazilian helmsman/trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Brasil 1' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour,...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Fonseca of 'Brasil 1' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo Spain
Brazilian helmsman/trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Brasil 1' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain November 8, 2005. The Volvo Ocean Race will leave from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa on Saturday. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR1975Y
November 08, 2005
Brazilian helmsman trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Brasil 1' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour,...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Fonseca of 'Brasil 1' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo Spain
Brazilian helmsman trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Brasil 1' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain November 8, 2005. The Volvo Ocean Race will leave from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa on Saturday. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SAILING
RTXNYF5
November 07, 2005
Spanish bowman Pepe Ribes (L) of 'Movistar' and his team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of the...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Spanish bowman Pepe Ribes (L) of 'Movistar' and his team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of the.....
Spanish bowman Pepe Ribes (L) of 'Movistar' and his team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of the U.S. prepares their yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain November 7, 2005. [The Volvo Ocean Race will leave from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa on Saturday.]
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR196N6
November 07, 2005
Spanish bowman Pepe Ribes (L) of 'Movistar' and his team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of the...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Ribes of 'Movistar' and team mate Swain prepares their yacht in Sanxenxo Spain
Spanish bowman Pepe Ribes (L) of 'Movistar' and his team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of the U.S. prepares their yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain November 7, 2005. The Volvo Ocean Race will leave from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town, South Africa on Saturday. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR196MF
November 07, 2005
Dutch bowman Gerd Jan Poortman (R) of 'ABN AMRO TWO' and his team mate, trimmer Luke Molloy of Australia...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Poortman of 'ABN AMRO TWO' and team mate Molloy prepares their yacht in Sanxenxo Spain
Dutch bowman Gerd Jan Poortman (R) of 'ABN AMRO TWO' and his team mate, trimmer Luke Molloy of Australia prepares their yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain November 7, 2005. The Volvo Ocean Race will leave from Vigo on the first ocean stage to Cape Town ,South Africa on Saturday. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
YACHTING
RTXNXTX
November 04, 2005
Movistar's Dutch skipper Bouwe Bekking (R) and team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of USA smile...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Movistar's Dutch skipper Bouwe Bekking (R) and team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of USA smil.....
Movistar's Dutch skipper Bouwe Bekking (R) and team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of USA smile during the visit of [Spain's King Juan Carlos] at the Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 4, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on Saturday.
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR191R1
November 04, 2005
Movistar's Dutch skipper Bouwe Bekking (R) and team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of USA smile...
Sanxenxo, Spain
"Movistar" Dutch skipper Bekking and team mate helmsman trimmer Swain smile in Sanxenxo Spain
Movistar's Dutch skipper Bouwe Bekking (R) and team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of USA smile during the visit of Spain's King Juan Carlos at the Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 4, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on Saturday. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR18YU1
November 02, 2005
France's helmsman trimmer Sidney Gavignet of "ABN AMRO ONE" smiles during his training session in Sanxenxo's...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Gavignet of ABN AMRO ONE smiles during his training session in Sanxenxo Spain
France's helmsman trimmer Sidney Gavignet of "ABN AMRO ONE" smiles during his training session in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 2, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on Nov. 5. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR18YEK
November 02, 2005
New Zealand's helmsman trimmer Craig Satterthwaite of "Pirates of the Caribbean" prepares his yacht in...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Satterthwaite of Pirates of the Caribbean prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo Spain
New Zealand's helmsman trimmer Craig Satterthwaite of "Pirates of the Caribbean" prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 2, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on November 5. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT SAILING OCEAN
RTR18Y9M
November 02, 2005
Dutch trimmer Dirk de Ridder of "Pirates of the Caribbean" prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Ridder of Pirates of the Caribbean prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo Spain
Dutch trimmer Dirk de Ridder of "Pirates of the Caribbean" prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 2, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on November 5. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
BERMUDEZ
RTXNY4M
November 01, 2005
Spain's helmsman trimmer Roberto Bermudez of 'BRASIL 1' attends a training session in Sanxenxo's yachting...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Spain's helmsman trimmer Roberto Bermudez of 'BRASIL 1' attends a training session in Sanxenxo's yac.....
Spain's helmsman trimmer Roberto Bermudez of 'BRASIL 1' attends a training session in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 1, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on November .5
FONSECA
RTXNY4L
November 01, 2005
Brazil's helmsman trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Ericsson Racing Team' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Brazil's helmsman trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Ericsson Racing Team' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's y.....
Brazil's helmsman trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Ericsson Racing Team' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 1, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on November 5.
SPAIN
RTR18XDO
November 01, 2005
Spain's helmsman trimmer Roberto Bermudez of 'BRASIL 1' attends a training session in Sanxenxo's yachting...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Spain's helmsman trimmer Roberto Bermudez of 'BRASIL 1' attends a training session in Sanxenxo, Spain...
Spain's helmsman trimmer Roberto Bermudez of 'BRASIL 1' attends a training session in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 1, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on November .5 REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPAIN
RTR18X5X
November 01, 2005
Brazil's helmsman trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Ericsson Racing Team' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Brazil's Fonseca of 'Ericsson Racing Team' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo
Brazil's helmsman trimmer Andre Fonseca of 'Ericsson Racing Team' prepares his yacht in Sanxenxo's yachting harbour, northern Spain, November 1, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on November 5. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPAIN
RTR18T3D
October 29, 2005
Netherlands' skipper Bouwe Bekking (R) and team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of USA smile on...
Sanxenxo, Spain
Netherlands' skipper Bekking and team mate helmsman trimmer Swain of USA smile on their yacht 'Movistar'...
Netherlands' skipper Bouwe Bekking (R) and team mate helmsman trimmer Jonathan Swain of USA smile on their yacht 'Movistar' during their training session in Sanxenxo,northern Spain, October 29, 2005. Volvo Ocean Race starts with an in-port race in Sanxenxo, Spain on November 5. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SPORT YACHTING PORTUGAL
RTR10VUP
January 18, 2005
New Zealand's Christensen and French Gavignet on the new yacht ABN AMRO 1 work on the grinder in Portimao....
Portimao, Portugal
New Zealand's Christensen and French Gavignet on the new yacht ABN AMRO 1 work on the grinder in ...
New Zealand's Christensen and French Gavignet on the new yacht ABN AMRO 1 work on the grinder in Portimao. New Zealand's watch captain Mark Christensen and team mate French helmsman trimmer Sidney Gavignet work on the grinder on the new yacht ABN AMRO 1 during their training session in Portimao, southern Portugal January 18, 2005. Team ABN AMRO will be training for the Volvo Ocean Race 2005-2006 over the next seven months in Portimao. Picture taken January 18. REUTERS/ Nacho Doce
PORTIMAO
RTR10VU1
January 18, 2005
Britian's helmsman trimmer Robert Greenhalgh works on the grinder on his new yacht ABN AMRO 1 during...
Portimao, Portugal
Britian's Greenhalgh on his new yacht ABN AMRO 1 works on the grinder in Portimao.
Britian's helmsman trimmer Robert Greenhalgh works on the grinder on his new yacht ABN AMRO 1 during their training session in Portimao, southern Portugal January 18, 2005. Team ABN AMRO will be training for the Volvo Ocean Race 2005-2006 over the next seven months in Portimao. Picture taken January 18. REUTERS/ Nacho Doce ND/MA/acm
TECH APPLE
RTR5EP7
June 28, 2004
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs stands with several Apple flat panel displays, as he previews...
San Francisco, USA
APPLE CHIEF EXECUTIVE JOBS SHOWS FLAT PANEL DISPLAYS AT MAC OS X PREVIEW IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs stands with several Apple flat panel displays, as he previews the latest version of Apple's Mac OS X operating system called Tiger in San Francisco, California, June 28, 2004. Jobs also introduced a 30-inch flat panel display (C) in a sleeker and trimmer housing, its largest display yet, which adds to the 20-inch (L) and 23-inch displays (R) it already offers. REUTERS/Kimberly White KW
TECH APPLE
RTR5ENV
June 28, 2004
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs previews the latest version of its Mac OS X operating...
San Francisco, USA
APPLE CHIEF EXECUTIVE JOBS PREVIEWS MAC OS X IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs previews the latest version of its Mac OS X operating system called Tiger in San Francisco, California, June 28, 2004. Jobs said it was far ahead of rival Microsoft Corp.'s next major update to Windows. Apple also introduced a 30-inch flat panel display (R) in a sleeker and trimmer housing, its largest display yet. REUTERS/Kimberly White KW/SV
THAILAND VEGETARIAN FESTIVAL
RTR43P3
October 02, 2003
A participant in the Vegetarian Festival walks in a procession through
the wet streets of the Thai-resort...
Phuket, Thailand - Kingdom of
FESTIVAL PARTICIPANT WALKS WITH LAWN TRIMMER PIERCED IN CHEEK IN
THAILAND.
A participant in the Vegetarian Festival walks in a procession through
the wet streets of the Thai-resort island of Phuket with a lawn trimmer
pierced through his cheek in celebration of Taoist Lent on October 2,
2003. Devout Chinese abstain from eating meat products during the
nine-day festival, which involves cultural performances and culminates
with acts of self-mortification. Reuters/Adrees Latif

DCS
THAILAND VEGETARIAN FESTIVAL
RTR43OO
October 02, 2003
A participant in the Vegetarian Festival walks in a procession through
the wet streets of the Thai-resort...
Phuket, Thailand
FESTIVAL PARTICIPANT WALKS WITH LAWN TRIMMER PIERCED IN CHEEK IN
THAILAND.
A participant in the Vegetarian Festival walks in a procession through
the wet streets of the Thai-resort island of Phuket with a lawn trimmer
pierced through his cheek in celebration of Taoist Lent on October 2,
2003. Devout Chinese abstain from eating meat products during the
nine-day festival, which involves cultural performances and culminates
with acts of self-mortification. Reuters/Adrees Latif

DCS
MEXICO ELECTIONS
RTRPUC6
June 26, 2003
Epifanio Fagroso, a Mexico City municipal worker, uses a trimmer to cut
the grass in front of election...
Mexico City, Mexico
MUNICIPAL WORKER CUTS GRASS INFRONT OF ELECTION ADVERTISING IN MEXICO
CITY.
Epifanio Fagroso, a Mexico City municipal worker, uses a trimmer to cut
the grass in front of election advertising for a candidate that is
campaigning for leadership of a municipality seat, in the capital June
26, 2003. The candidate and former actress, Irma Serrano, uses her
heavily made up eyes as her campaign trademark. Mexicans go to the
polls in legislative elections on July 6. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

AW
SPORT SAILING AMERICAS
RTR110AV
December 23, 2002
CAPTION ADDITION - ADDING NAMES OF TAYLOR AND WYLIE

U.S. entrant Oracle BMW Racing Skipper Chris Dickson...
Auckland, New Zealand
ORACLE CREW CELEBRATE WIN IN SEMI-FINAL OF LOUIS VUITTON CUP ON
AUCKLAND'S HAURAKI GULF.
CAPTION ADDITION - ADDING NAMES OF TAYLOR AND WYLIE

U.S. entrant Oracle BMW Racing Skipper Chris Dickson gives a wave of
triumph with team physio Bill Taylor, standing, and Genoa Trimmer Bob
Wylie, sitting with cap, after beating fellow U.S. entrant OneWorld
Challenge in their fourth semi-final repechage race in the Louis
Vuitton Cup on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf, December 23, 2002. Software
billionaire Larry Ellison's Oracle BMW Racing completed a 4-0 whitewash
of bitter U.S. rival OneWorld on Monday to win a place in the America's
Cup challengers series final. REUTERS/Frances Oliver
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November 29, 2002
Helmsman for U.S. entrant OneWorld Challenge James Spithall (L) gets a
handshake from trimmer Don Cowie...
Auckland, New Zealand
ONEWORLD CHALLENGE CREW CELEBRATES WIN OVER TEAM DENNIS CONNOR IN LOUIS
VUITTON CUP.
Helmsman for U.S. entrant OneWorld Challenge James Spithall (L) gets a
handshake from trimmer Don Cowie after beating U.S. entrant Team Dennis
Conner in the fourth quarter-final repechage race in the Louis Vuitton
Cup on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf November 29, 2002. OneWorld won the race
by one minute to win the best of seven quarter-final repechage series
4-0. Team Dennis Conner exits the competition and OneWorld will
progress to the semi-finals. REUTERS/Nigel Marple

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November 18, 2002
Pitman Timmy Kroger (C) consoles spinnaker trimmer Dimitri Despierres
(R) as helmsman Philippe Presti...
Auckland, New Zealand
LE DEFI AREVA CREW REACT AFTER ELIMINATION FROM THE LOUIS VUITTON CUP
ON AUCKLAND'S HAURAKI GULF.
Pitman Timmy Kroger (C) consoles spinnaker trimmer Dimitri Despierres
(R) as helmsman Philippe Presti (rear R) pats grinder Stefan Fodor
while grinder Frederic Lemaistre works aboard French entrant Le Defi
Areva after their elimination from the Louis Vuitton Cup on Auckland's
Hauraki Gulf November 18, 2002. Swedish entrant Victory Challenge beat
Areva by 2 minutes 34 seconds in their race on Monday to win the best
of seven quarter-final series 4-1, eliminating Le Defi Areva from the
competition and advancing to the quarter-final repechage. REUTERS/Nigel
Marple

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SPORT SAILING AMERICAS
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November 18, 2002
Pitman Timmy Kroger (L) consoles spinnaker trimmer Dimitri Despierres
aboard the French yacht Le Defi...
Auckland, New Zealand
LE DEFI AREVA CREWMEN REACT AFTER ELIMINATION FROM THE LOUIS VUITTON
CUP ON AUCKLAND'S HAURAKI GULF....
Pitman Timmy Kroger (L) consoles spinnaker trimmer Dimitri Despierres
aboard the French yacht Le Defi Areva after they were eliminated from
the Louis Vuitton Cup on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf November 18, 2002.
Swedish entrant Victory Challenge beat Areva by 2 minutes 34 seconds to
win the best of seven quarter-final series 4-1, advancing to the
quarter-final repechage. REUTERS/Nigel Marple

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YACHTING
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March 02, 2000
Simon Daubney (L), trimmer on Team New Zealand, drinks champagne from the America's Cup with teammates...
Auckland, New Zealand
Simon Daubney (L), trimmer on Team New Zealand, drinks champagne from the America's Cup with teammat.....
Simon Daubney (L), trimmer on Team New Zealand, drinks champagne from the America's Cup with teammates after they defeated [Italy's Prada] in race five of America's Cup on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf March 2. New Zealand won 5-0 to become the first non-American team to successfully defend one of the world's oldest sporting trophies.
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March 02, 2000
Simon Daubney (L), trimmer on Team New Zealand, drinks champagne from the America's Cup with teammates...
Auckland, New Zealand
TEAM NEW ZEALAND CREW CELEBRATE AMERICAS CUP DEFENCE IN AUCKLAND'S HAURAKI GULF.
Simon Daubney (L), trimmer on Team New Zealand, drinks champagne from the America's Cup with teammates after they defeated Italy's Prada in race five of America's Cup on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf March 2. New Zealand won 5-0 to become the first non-American team to successfully defend one of the world's oldest sporting trophies.

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February 29, 2000
Team New Zealand's trimmer Simon Daubney relaxes on the bow of his boat as they wait for sufficient wind...
Auckland, New Zealand
TEAM NEW ZEALAND DAUBNEY RELAXES PRIOR TO RACE FOUR OF AMERICA'S CUP IN AUCKLAND'S HAURAKI GULF.
Team New Zealand's trimmer Simon Daubney relaxes on the bow of his boat as they wait for sufficient wind to start race four of the America's Cup on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf against Italy's Prada February 29. The race was abandoned due to lack of wind for the fourth time in the series, adding to the frustration of an increasingly drawn out regatta and forcing organisers to add an extra race day.

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February 22, 2000
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived to clear rubbish from the keel...
Auckland, New Zealand
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived to clear rubbish from the .....
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg of race two in the America's Cup [against Team New Zealand] on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf February 22. [Team New Zealand won by 2:43 seconds and lead 2-0] in their first defence of the America's Cup against the Italians who are endeavoring to become the first Europeans to win the world's oldest sporting trophy in 149 years, in the best of nine series.
SPORT YACHTING AMERICAS
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February 22, 2000
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived to clear rubbish from the keel...
Auckland, New Zealand
PRADA'S PIERO ROMEO IS PULLED BACK ON BOARD DURING AMERICAS CUP IN AUCKLAND.
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg of race two in the America's Cup against Team New Zealand on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf February 22. Team New Zealand won by 2:43 seconds and lead 2-0 in their first defence of the America's Cup against the Italians who are endeavoring to become the first Europeans to win the world's oldest sporting trophy in 149 years, in the best of nine series.

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SPORT YACHTING AMERICAS
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February 22, 2000
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo dives in the water to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg...
Auckland, New Zealand
PRADA'S PIERO ROMEO DIVES IN THE WATER DURING SECOND RACE OF AMERICAS CUP IN AUCKLAND.
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo dives in the water to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg of race two in the America's Cup against Team New Zealand on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf February 22. Team New Zealand won by 2:43 seconds and lead 2-0 in their first defence of the America's Cup against the Italians who are endeavoring to become the first Europeans to win the world's oldest sporting trophy in 149 years, in the best of nine series.

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SPORT YACHTING AMERICAS
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February 22, 2000
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived in to clear rubbish from the...
Auckland, New Zealand
PRADA'S PIERO ROMEO IS PULLED BACK ON BOARD DURING AMERICAS CUP IN AUCKLAND.
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived in to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg of race two in the America's Cup against Team New Zealand on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf February 22. Team New Zealand won by 2:43 seconds and lead 2-0 in their first defence of the America's Cup against the Italians who are endeavoring to become the first Europeans to win the world's oldest sporting trophy in 149 years, in the best of nine series.

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SPORT YACHTING AMERICAS
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February 22, 2000
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived in to clear rubbish from the...
Auckland, New Zealand
PRADA'S PIERO ROMEO IS PULLED BACK ON BOARD DURING AMERICAS CUP IN AUCKLAND.
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived in to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg of race two in the America's Cup against Team New Zealand on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf February 22. Team New Zealand won by 2:43 seconds and lead 2-0 in their first defence of the America's Cup against the Italians who are endeavoring to become the first Europeans to win the world's oldest sporting trophy in 149 years, in the best of nine series.

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SPORT YACHTING AMERICAS
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February 22, 2000
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived to clear rubbish from the keel...
Auckland, New Zealand
PRADA'S PIERO ROMEO IS PULLED BACK ON BOARD DURING AMERICAS CUP IN AUCKLAND.
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo is pulled back on board after he dived to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg of race two in the America's Cup against Team New Zealand on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf February 22. Team New Zealand won by 2:43 seconds and lead 2-0 in their first defence of the America's Cup against the Italians who are endeavoring to become the first Europeans to win the world's oldest sporting trophy in 149 years, in the best of nine series.

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SPORT YACHTING AMERICAS
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February 22, 2000
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo dives in the water to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg...
Auckland, New Zealand
PRADA'S PIERO ROMEO DIVES IN THE WATER DURING AMERICAS CUP IN AUCKLAND.
Prada mainsail trimmer Piero Romeo dives in the water to clear rubbish from the keel on the first leg of race two in the America's Cup against Team New Zealand on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf February 22. Team New Zealand won by 2:43 seconds and lead 2-0 in their first defence of the America's Cup against the Italians who are endeavoring to become the first Europeans to win the world's oldest sporting trophy in 149 years, in the best of nine series.

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SPORT YACHTING AMERICAS
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February 19, 2000
Ed Baird (L), skipper of the Young America team, waves as trimmer Grant Spanake looks on before the crew...
Auckland, New Zealand
SKIPPER OF YOUNG AMERICA ED BAIRD WAVES IN AUCKLAND.
Ed Baird (L), skipper of the Young America team, waves as trimmer Grant Spanake looks on before the crew sail without a competitor in round robin three of the Louis Vuitton Cup December 15. The New York Yacht Club-sponsored Young America failed to advance to the next round. The French team Le Defi on Wednesday became the last and sixth team to go through to the semifinals. The eventual winner of the Cup will compete against New Zealand for the America's Cup which starts February 19, 2000.

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SPORT-YACHTING-AMERICAS
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February 19, 2000
United States entrant Stars and Stripes skipper Dennis Conner reacts to supporters while at the wheel...
Auckland, New Zealand
DENNIS CONNER TAKES THE HELM IN AUCKLAND.
United States entrant Stars and Stripes skipper Dennis Conner reacts to supporters while at the wheel next to mainsheet trimmer Eric Doyle (L) and helmsman Ken Read (R) before their match against Spain during round robin three of the Louis Vuitton Cup December 15. Stars and Stripes lost to the Spanish team but have already secured a place in the semifinals. The eventual winner of the Cup will compete against New Zealand for the America's Cup which starts February 19, 2000.

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