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Images Dated 12th August 2005

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Normal axial view of C5 showing disk, nerve roots, posterior Featured 12 Aug 2005 Print

Normal axial view of C5 showing disk, nerve roots, posterior

Horizontal, Detail, Anatomy, Diagram, Illustration, Spine, Medical, Biology, Disk, Anterior, Posterior, Cut Out, White Background, Artwork, Color Image, Front View, Close Up, Healthcare And Medicine, The Human Body, No People, Part Of, Human Body Part, Spinal cord, ligament, Axial view, longitudinal ligament, nerve roots, biomedical illustration, human internal organ, anterior longitudinal ligaments, posterior longitudinal ligaments, Illustrations & Artwork, 667599453

Electricity pylons marching down a suburban street Featured 12 Aug 2005 Print

Electricity pylons marching down a suburban street

Electricity pylons marching down a suburban street. Ringwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Australia, Down, Electricity, Marching, Melbourne, Pylons, Ringwood, Street, Suburban, Victoria

Rescuers working in the aftermath of an e Featured 12 Aug 2005 Print

Rescuers working in the aftermath of an e

Sakhalin earthquake. Workers use cranes to rescue survivors from collapsed buildings after the Sakhalin earthquake. Earthquakes are tremors caus- ed when sections of the earth move against each other to relieve stress. An earthquake with a strength of about 7.5 on the Richter scale struck the island of Sakhalin, off the eastern coast of Russia, on the night of 27-28 May 1995. Although the epicentre was about 135 kilometres off Sakhalin's northern coast, it caused extensive damage. The town of Nevtegorsk (seen here) was hit worst, with only 875 inhabitants surviving from a population of 3, 200. The rescuers here work for the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations

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