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Images Dated 17th July 2001

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Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Formula One Testing

Formula One Testing
James Courtney debut F1 Test. Monza, Italy. 17th July 2001 World Copyright - LAT Photographic ref: 8.9 MB Digital File only

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Formula One Testing

Formula One Testing
James Courtney debut F1 Test. Monza, Italy. 17th July 2001 World Copyright - LAT Photographic ref: 8.9 MB Digital File only

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Seagrape leaves

Seagrape leaves
Seagrape. Leaves of the seagrape (Coccoloba uvifera). This plant is usually found on the beaches of tropical America, where it grows as a small, sprawling shrub

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Beach with palm trees

Beach with palm trees (family Palmae). Photographed in the Seychelles

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Footbridge to North of Whitchurch Railway Station

Footbridge to North of Whitchurch Railway Station
c1872, built for the London and North Western Railway Company. This is a very early and rare example of a pedestrian suspension bridge. IoE 469008

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Cyclisme-Tdf2001-Carte-Postale

Cyclisme-Tdf2001-Carte-Postale
the shadows of riders appear on the ground before the beginning of the 10th stage of the 88th Tour de France in Aix-les-Bains 17 July 2001. AFP PHOTO JOEL SAGET / AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Split personality

Split personality. Conceptual computer artwork of two sides of a human head, representing a split personality. This results from the psychiatric condition of multiple personality disorder

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Aquatic crustaceans, light micrograph

Aquatic crustaceans, light micrograph
Aquatic crustaceans. Composite image of light micrographs of aquatic planktonic crustaceans with strands of filamentous algae

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Human head

Human head, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Idea

Idea. Conceptual computer artwork of a light glow inside a split human head, representing a person thinking

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Cyber personality

Cyber personality. Conceptual computer artwork of a human head emerging from a computer screen. This may represent a cyber personality

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Human cloning

Human cloning
Cloned heads. Conceptual computer artwork of cloned human heads. During cloning, the genetic material of an organism is implanted into an egg (female reproductive cell)

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Designer baby

Designer baby. Conceptual computer artwork of a designer baby crawling out of a computer screen. It is theoretically possible to selectively alter the genetic material of a human embryo to produce a

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Pampas grass

Pampas grass (Cortaderia selloana). This grass, a native of South America, is used throughout the world as an ornamental. Photographed on Mustique in St Vincent and the Grenadines

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Formula One Testing: James Courtney Jaguar R2, debut F1 test

Formula One Testing: James Courtney Jaguar R2, debut F1 test
James Courtney (AUS) Jaguar R2, debut F1 test. Formula One Testing, 17-20 July 2001 Monza, Italy

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Formula One Testing: James Courtney Jaguar Cosworth R2 has his first F1 test

Formula One Testing: James Courtney Jaguar Cosworth R2 has his first F1 test
James Courtney (AUS) Jaguar Cosworth R2 has his first F1 test. Formula One Testing, 17-20 July 2001 Monza, Italy

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Formula One Testing: Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton Renault B201

Formula One Testing: Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton Renault B201
Giancarlo Fisichella(ITA) Benetton Renault B201 Formula One Testing, 17-20 July 2001 Monza, Italy

Background imageImages Dated 17th July 2001: Sutton Motorsport Images Catalogue: Nelson Piquet Brabham BT50 talks with Brabham team owner

Sutton Motorsport Images Catalogue: Nelson Piquet Brabham BT50 talks with Brabham team owner Bernie Ecclestone
Nelson Piquet (BRA) Brabham BT50 talks with Brabham team owner Bernie Ecclestone. 1982 Formula One World Championship. Catalogue Ref.: 10-203 Sutton Motorsport Images Catalogue


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