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Images Dated 10th June 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: wrc acrop 14

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Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Sushi platter

Sushi platter

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Juicing carrots

Juicing carrots. The electrical juicer is pulping raw carrots to make a healthy vegetable drink. Carrots are rich in vitamin A (retinol) and also contain some fibre

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Cranberries

Cranberries (Vaccinium oxycoccus) in glasses. This fruit only becomes edible after exposure to frost. It is used for making sauces and juice

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Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: open-uri20120928-16398-be5d5u

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Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Skull

Skull

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Cornish Riviera Express. 1904 - 1954

Cornish Riviera Express. 1904 - 1954

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Egg and flour

Egg and flour
Eggs and flour. Hands adding an egg to flour. This mixture can then be used to make a wide range of food, from cakes to bread and pastries

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Rp3Dripslfaa

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A die hard surfer leaps into the waves from a jetty in the coastal South African city of Durban, June 10, 2003. Despite the onset of the southern hemisphere winter

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Deltoblastus, a fossil blastoid

Deltoblastus, a fossil blastoid
Deltoblastus, 1.5 cm in diameter, from the Permian of Timor. side view

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Globoblastus sp. a fossil blastoid

Globoblastus sp. a fossil blastoid
Blastoids are small echinoderms that consist of a stem, a calyx and arms. The calyx contained the soft body parts of the animal and is pyramidal to globular in shape

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Coronation Day - The Queen dressed in the magnificent Royal Rose cloth of God receives

Coronation Day - The Queen dressed in the magnificent Royal Rose cloth of God receives the sceptre with cross, ensign of kingly power and justice, from the hands of the archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Elephant as symbol on the facade of a building which once served the Indian trade company

Elephant as symbol on the facade of a building which once served the Indian trade company, in the East End of London

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Frying fish

Frying fish. White fish being fried in a pan. Fish is a good source of protein, B-complex vitamins, minerals and beneficial fatty acids

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Rolling dough

Rolling dough. Hands rolling dough using a rolling pin. Dough is a mixture of flour and liquid (milk or water) used to make bread and pastry

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Sushi preparation

Sushi preparation. Sushi is a Japanese meal that is made from strips of raw fish and cold rice

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Carving roast chicken

Carving roast chicken

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Kneading dough

Kneading dough on a floury surface. The flour will help stop the dough sticking to the surface. Dough is a mixture of flour and liquid (milk or water) used to make bread and pastry

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Drinking brandy

Drinking brandy. Hand holding brandy in a glass ready to drink. Brandy is a spirit distilled from wine or other fermented fruit juices. It is often matured in oak casks to add flavour

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Rolling dough

Rolling dough. Hands rolling dough using a rolling pin. Dough is a mixture of flour and liquid (milk or water) used to make bread and pastry

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Robots trying to score a goal at RoboCup-98, Paris

Robots trying to score a goal at RoboCup-98, Paris

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Sectioned iron meteorite

Sectioned iron meteorite
Iron meteorite. Sectioned fragment from an iron meteorite that caused the Odessa crater in Texas, USA, about 50, 000 years ago

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Vitamin C pastilles

Vitamin C pastilles
Vitamin C pastille sweets for children. Vitamin C is essential for healthy skin, teeth and gums

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Broken wrist, X-ray

Broken wrist, X-ray
Broken wrist. Coloured X-ray of a fracture (red) of the scaphoid bone in the wrist. The scaphoid is a small cashew nut shaped bone (upper left) located where the thumb joins the wrist

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Pulmonary embolism, CT scan

Pulmonary embolism, CT scan
Pulmonary embolism. Coloured coronal computed tomography (CT) scan of a pulmonary embolism. A large embolus (blood clot) is present in the left main pulmonary artery (orange)

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Pulmonary embolism, CT scan

Pulmonary embolism, CT scan
Pulmonary embolism. Coloured coronal computed tomography (CT) scan of a pulmonary embolism. A large embolus (blood clot) is present in the left main pulmonary artery (green)

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Pulmonary embolism, CT scan

Pulmonary embolism, CT scan
Pulmonary embolism. Coloured axial computed tomography (CT) scan of a pulmonary embolism. A large embolus (blood clot) is present in the left main pulmonary artery (green)

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Pulmonary embolism, CT scan

Pulmonary embolism, CT scan
Pulmonary embolism. Coloured axial computed tomography (CT) scan of a pulmonary embolism. A large embolus (blood clot) is present in the left main pulmonary artery (dark red)

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Microscope use

Microscope use

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Microscope use

Microscope use

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Microscope use

Microscope use

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Mushrooms

Mushrooms
Edible mushrooms. Mushrooms are rich in fibre and copper. They are also a source of the vitamins B2 (riboflavin) and B3 (niacin)

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Green beans

Green beans. Green or common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Plums

Plums (Prunus sp.) in a plastic container

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Blackcurrants

Blackcurrants. They are a good source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Garlic bulb

Garlic bulb (Allium sativum). Garlic is widely used in foods to impart a strong taste. Some chemicals found in garlic are also thought to reduce the risk of heart disease

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Organic bread

Organic bread

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Broccoli florets

Broccoli florets

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Beetroot

Beetroot (Beta vulgaris). This root vegetable is a good source of folate (one of the B-complex vitamins) and dietary fibre

Background imageImages Dated 10th June 2003: Assorted fruit

Assorted fruit



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