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Images Dated 7th September 2005

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Dutch Christmas Featured 7 Sep 2005 Print

Dutch Christmas

A Dutch Christmas meeting on the ice, circa 1600. The Dutch celebrate Christmas or Sinterklaasavond on the 5th December, when Saint Nicholas or Sinterklaas distributes presents to deserving Dutch children. An engraving by M. Kraus after J. W. Freys. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2005 Getty Images

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Bridgetown, Barbados : Britains Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are welcome Featured 7 Sep 2005 Print

Bridgetown, Barbados : Britains Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are welcome

Bridgetown, Barbados : Britains Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are welcome with flowers as they stepped off their VC -10 airliner at Seawell Airport here last night on their start of the five week Caribbean tour.
The Royal couple are being greeted by Sir john Stow, Governor of Barbados. Later, the Queen and her husband boarded the Royal Yacht Britannia to travel to Britain Guina to begin their official tour.
2 February 1966

© TopFoto.co.uk

Female pelvis, coloured 3-D CT scan Featured 7 Sep 2005 Print

Female pelvis, coloured 3-D CT scan

Female pelvis, coloured 3-D computed tomography (CT) scan. The upper part of each thigh bone (femur) is seen at each side of the pelvis, where they form the hip joints. The spine runs down centre, terminating in the coccyx (tail bone) at lower centre. Major blood vessels are also seen, separating at top centre and running down each leg. The female pelvis is wider and shallower than the male, which facilitates childbirth

© MIRIAM MASLO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY