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Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Formula One World Championship: Patrick Depailler Tyrrell 007 finished ninth

Formula One World Championship: Patrick Depailler Tyrrell 007 finished ninth
Patrick Depailler (FRA) Tyrrell 007 finished ninth. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 22 June 1975. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Whitby, LNER poster, 1935

Whitby, LNER poster, 1935
Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to Whitby, North Yorkshire. The poster shows a view across to the Abbey from the harbourside

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Swallowtail butterfly

Swallowtail butterfly (Papilio ulysses telegonus). This butterfly is also known as the blue mountain butterfly. It is native to Indonesia and Australia, inhabiting the rain forests

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: False teeth

False teeth in a glass of water. Dentures are individually tailored to a specific wearer. They replace teeth lost through injury or disease

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Jewel beetle

Jewel beetle (Chrysochroa rajah)

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2002 Austrian Grand Prix A1-Ring, Austria, 10th-12th May 2002 Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari F2002

2002 Austrian Grand Prix A1-Ring, Austria, 10th-12th May 2002 Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari F2002
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Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2002 Austrian Grand Prix A1-Ring, Austria, 10th-12th May 2002 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2002

2002 Austrian Grand Prix A1-Ring, Austria, 10th-12th May 2002 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2002
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Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2002 Austrian Grand Prix A1-Ring, Austria, 10th-12th May 2002 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2002

2002 Austrian Grand Prix A1-Ring, Austria, 10th-12th May 2002 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2002
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Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: 2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola

2003 San Marino Grand Prix - Thursday 2003 San Marino Grand Prix Imola, Italy. 17th April 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Arab Man with a Sword

Arab Man with a Sword

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Bombardier CRJ200 Eurowings at Birmingham Airport UK

Bombardier CRJ200 Eurowings at Birmingham Airport UK
Eurowings CRJ 200 in Speacial " Balloons" livery at BHX

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Piper Lance II TC

Piper Lance II TC
Piper Lance IITC based at a private strip near Droitwich, but pictured at BHX

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Formula One World Championship: BBS wheels

Formula One World Championship: BBS wheels
BBS wheels. Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Preparations, Imola, Italy, 17 April 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: G-JEAD

G-JEAD
BAC Express F.27 operates on behalf of FEDEX from BHX to CDG

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: CRJ700

CRJ700
Maersk Air CRJ 700 on landing roll out Rwy 15 at BHX, shot from runway intersection

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Citations

Citations
Two Eurojet Citations in line abreast on BHX ramp - includes Chris de Burgh s

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Lunar far side crater Tsiolkovsky

Lunar far side crater Tsiolkovsky
Crater Tsiolkovsky on the far side of the Moon, photographed from the Apollo 8 spacecraft in 1968. The Moons orbit of Earth is locked so that only one hemisphere faces Earth at all times

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Burning incense

Burning incense. Smoke trailing from a burning incense, or joss, stick in a holder (lower centre). As the stick burns a highly fragrant smoke is released

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: George Babe Ruth at bat 1934

George Babe Ruth at bat 1934

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Brazil, Rio de Janeiro- Sao Conrado beach - beach umbrellas

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro- Sao Conrado beach - beach umbrellas

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Malaysian forest scorpion

Malaysian forest scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer). This burrowing scorpion is native to the rain forests of Malaysia. It is mainly nocturnal, feeding on spiders and insects

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Tailless whipscorpion

Tailless whipscorpion. This nocturnal spider relative (Phryna grossetaitai) has no silk glands. It also lacks a tail with a poison gland

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Tailless whipscorpion

Tailless whipscorpion

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Giant centipede

Giant centipede (Scolopendra sp.). Native to South America, this is one of the largest of the centipedes, reaching over 20 centimetres in length

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Tailless whipscorpion

Tailless whipscorpion (Phryna grossetaitai). This nocturnal relative of spiders has no silk glands. It also lacks a tail with a poison gland

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Malaysian forest scorpion

Malaysian forest scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer). This burrowing scorpion is native to the rain forests of Malaysia. It is mainly nocturnal, feeding on spiders and insects

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Tarantula

Tarantula (family Theraphosidae). Tarantulas are large, hairy spiders found in tropical and subtropical regions of the world

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Stick insect

Stick insect
Jungle nymph stick insect (Heteropteryx dilatata), or New Guinea walking stick. It feeds on vegetation at night, remaining immobile during the day. Its colouration and shape camouflage it in plants

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Longhorn beetle

Longhorn beetle. Native to South America, this species of beetle (Batus barbicornis) grows up to 4 centimetres in length. The larvae of this beetle feed on wood, and cause great damage to trees

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Swallowtail butterflies

Swallowtail butterflies. The thoas butterfly (papilio thoas) is at centre, with a blue mountain butterfly (Papilio ulysses telegonus) at upper centre

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Atlas beetle

Atlas beetle. This beetle (Chalcosoma caucasus), also known as the giant three-horned beetle, is one of the largest insects in the world, measuring up to 13 centimetres in length

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Sumatran stag beetle

Sumatran stag beetle (Dorcus titanus). This beetle has large antler-like jaws (mandibles, upper centre). These jaws change size and shape during the beetles life

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Painted weevil

Painted weevil (Eupholus bennetti). Weevils, also known as snout beetles, form the largest family of beetles. Although weevils are more commonly small agricultural pests

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Long jaw beetle

Long jaw beetle. This beetle (Cyrtotrachelus dux) has the longest jaws (mandibles) of all beetles

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Painted weevil

Painted weevil. Close-up of the head of a painted weevil (Eupholus bennetti). Weevils, also known as snout beetles, form the largest family of beetles

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Long jaw beetle

Long jaw beetle
long jaw beetle. This beetle (Cyrtotrachelus dux) has the longest jaws (mandibles) of all beetles

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Jewel beetle

Jewel beetle (Chrysochroa rajah)

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Light micrograph of human sperm cells

Light micrograph of human sperm cells

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Porcelain hand

Porcelain hand. This image could represent diseases that cause loss of mobility, such as arthritis, or that make the bones brittle, such as osteoporosis

Background imageImages Dated 17th April 2003: Human silhouettes

Human silhouettes
Assorted human silhouettes



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