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USA/
RTXKE5H
May 21, 2009
Leonard Mazur holds an American Flag upside-down, to symbolize a country in distress, during a United...
LOCKPORT, UNITED STATES
Mazur holds an American flag upsidedown during a UAW rally in Lockport
Leonard Mazur holds an American Flag upside-down, to symbolize a country in distress, during a United Auto Workers (UAW) rally to "Save America" at the Delphi Plant in Lockport, New York, May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Gary Wiepert (UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
BELARUS/
RTXD2NU
March 22, 2009
A squirrel licks sap from a tree while hanging upsidedown in a park in central Minsk March 20, 2009....
Minsk, Belarus
A squirrel licks sap from a tree while hanging upsidedown in a park in central Minsk
A squirrel licks sap from a tree while hanging upsidedown in a park in central Minsk March 20, 2009. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS ANIMALS SOCIETY)
SPORTS GYMNASTICS
RTRNONO
August 17, 2003
China's Xiao-Peng Li flips upside down as he performs his floor routine
during qualifying at the World...
Anaheim, USA
CHINAS XIAO-PENG LI UPSIDEDOWN AT WORLD GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS.
China's Xiao-Peng Li flips upside down as he performs his floor routine
during qualifying at the World Gymnastics Championships in Anaheim,
California August 17, 2003. REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB/HK
SPORTS GYMNASTICS
RTRNONA
August 17, 2003
China's Aowei Xing rotates upsidedown as he performs his floor routine
during qualifying at the World...
Anaheim, USA
CHINAS AOWEI XING IN ACTION AT WORLD GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS.
China's Aowei Xing rotates upsidedown as he performs his floor routine
during qualifying at the World Gymnastics Championships in Anaheim,
California August 17, 2003. REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB/HB
SCIENCE GECKO
RTR9I13
August 28, 2002
A Tokay gecko clings upsidedown to the glass of an enclosure at a
reptile park in Singapore August 28,...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
A TOKAY GECKO CLINGS TO THE GLASS OF AN ENCLOSURE AT REPTILE PARK IN
SINGAPORE.
A Tokay gecko clings upsidedown to the glass of an enclosure at a
reptile park in Singapore August 28, 2002. Researchers in the U.S.
reported recently that tiny little hairs and not any kind of chemical
glue help a gecko race up and down vertical surfaces as smooth as
glass. Closer examination with electron microscopes shows they have
millions of tiny hairs, only about the width of two human hairs, called
setae. The finding could help scientists invent better adhesives that
will work virtually anywhere, researchers at several universities in
the U.S. said. REUTERS/Jonathan Searle

JS/JD
SCIENCE GECKO
RTR9I0U
August 28, 2002
A Tokay gecko clings upsidedown to the glass of an enclosure at a
reptile park in Singapore August 28,...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
A TOKAY GECKO CLINGS TO THE GLASS OF AN ENCLOSURE AT REPTILE PARK IN
SINGAPORE.
A Tokay gecko clings upsidedown to the glass of an enclosure at a
reptile park in Singapore August 28, 2002. Researchers in the U.S.
reported recently that tiny little hairs and not any kind of chemical
glue help a gecko race up and down vertical surfaces as smooth as
glass. Closer examination with electron microscopes shows they have
millions of tiny hairs, only about the width of two human hairs, called
setae. The finding could help scientists invent better adhesives that
will work virtually anywhere, researchers at several universities in
the U.S. said. REUTERS/Jonathan Searle

JS/JD
KOREA
RTRS5VW
January 30, 2002
Two protesting South Korean union workers are silhouetted against an
upsidedown banner featuring Kaz,...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
PROTESTING UNION WORKERS ARE SILHOUETTED AGAINST A WORLD CUP MASCOT
BANNER IN SEOUL.
Two protesting South Korean union workers are silhouetted against an
upsidedown banner featuring Kaz, one of the FIFA World Cup mascots, in
Seoul January 30, 2002. Thousands of union workers from various
government enterprises gathered on Tuesday in front of Seoul railway
station to protest. South Korea's government decided on Tuesday that
the demonstrations will be banned on the periphery of World Cup venues
during the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan held May 31. The banner was
leaning against a wall awaiting delivery. REUTERS/Lee Jae-won

LJW/JD
KOREA
RTRS5VO
January 30, 2002
A South Korean worker attending a protest against government-controlled
management and wage freezes...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
A PROTESTING UNION WORKER PEERS FROM BEHIND A WORLD CUP MASCOT BANNER
IN SEOUL.
A South Korean worker attending a protest against government-controlled
management and wage freezes peers from behind an upsidedown banner of
Kaz, one of the FIFA World Cup mascots, in Seoul January 30, 2002.
Thousands of union workers from various government enterprises gathered
on Tuesday in front of Seoul railway station to protest. South Korea's
government decided on Tuesday that the demonstrations will be banned on
the periphery of World Cup venues. The banner was leaning against a
wall awaiting delivery. REUTERS/Lee Jae-won

LJW/JD
SPORT TENNIS
RTRZZC6
August 30, 2000
Spain's Galo Blanco ends up upsidedown after he could not return a shot by Australia's Patrick Rafter...
New York, USA
BLANCO UPSIDEDOWN BUT STILL BEATS RAFTER IN US OPEN.
Spain's Galo Blanco ends up upsidedown after he could not return a shot by Australia's Patrick Rafter as they played in the fifth set of their U.S. Open Championships tennis match August 29 at the National Tennis Center in New York. Blanco ended the set with a 7-5 tiebrak win, 7-6 2-6 6-3 1-6 7-6.

RFS/jp
RTR5RYD
July 31, 1997
A Federal Express cargo plane that crash landed at Newark International Airport early July 31, lies upsidedown...
UNITED STATES
FED EX CARGO FLIGHT LIES UPENDED AFTER CRASH
A Federal Express cargo plane that crash landed at Newark International Airport early July 31, lies upsidedown where it landed on the tarmac about 200 feet short of the airport's terminal "B" in Newark, New Jersey. The five member crew miraculously escaped safely.

CRASH EXPRESS
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