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Images Dated 14th November 2005

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Youngsters play cricket using traffic cones as wickets in the twilight in Soweto township Featured 14 Nov 2005 Print

Youngsters play cricket using traffic cones as wickets in the twilight in Soweto township

Using traffic cones as wickets, youngsters play cricket in the twilight in Soweto township near Johannesburg, South Africa, November 14, 2005. Despite trailing behind soccer as the sport of choice, cricket has a growing following in South Africa's townships. Picture taken November 14, 2005. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko - RP2DSFIOBTAA

MAB-107 Featured 14 Nov 2005 Print

MAB-107

MAB-107
Petrol Station Sign - showing prices and global diesel containing 5% biodiesel for sale at Green Shop
Bisley, Gloucestershire, UK
Mark Boulton

© Mark Boulton / ardea.com

Conservation, Diesel, Earth And Environment, Eco, Environment, Europe, European, Geography, Petrol, Sign, Signs, United Kingdom

Vomiting reflex Featured 14 Nov 2005 Print

Vomiting reflex

Vomiting reflex. Computer artwork of the vomiting reflex. The reflex starts when a message is sent to the vomiting centre of the brainstem (at base of brain, blue). The message may be sent from the stomach, and be due to an infection or overeating, or may come from elsewhere in the brain and be due to brain tumour or injury, motion sickness or migraine. Offensive odours and pregnancy can also cause vomiting. The vomiting centre sends nerve impulses to the stomach, diaphragm and abdominal wall. The impulses cause the bottom of the stomach to constrict, the diaphragm to push down and the abdominal wall to press inwards, ejecting the contents of the stomach up through the oesophagus and out of the mouth

© DAVID MACK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY