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Images Dated 8th October 2007

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Irans Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, near Chaldoran Featured 8 Oct 2007 Image

Irans Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, near Chaldoran

Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, near Chaldoran 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia October 8, 2007. Iran is applying for the church to become a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Site. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) - GM1DWIEIIHAA

Lettres de cachet (Royal orders to exile or to put someone in jail) Featured 8 Oct 2007 Image

Lettres de cachet (Royal orders to exile or to put someone in jail)

ARH157393 Lettres de cachet (Royal orders to exile or to put someone in jail) by French School, (18th century); Centre Historique des Archives Nationales, Paris, France; (add.info.: Left: the name of the duke of Penthievre with the seal of Louis XVI, 1789. Right: the seal of Louis XV, 1754 (pen and ink on paper); Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon (1725-93) Duc de Penthievre, French aristocrat and courtier, Amiral de France (Admiral of France) and Grand Veneur de France (Grand Huntsman of France); father-in-law of Mme de Lamballe and Philippe Egalite;); A© Centre Historique des Archives Nationales ; A© Archives Charmet; French, out of copyright

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John McEnroe v Tom Gullikson, first round match at Wimbledon on Court Number One Featured 8 Oct 2007 Image

John McEnroe v Tom Gullikson, first round match at Wimbledon on Court Number One

John McEnroe v Tom Gullikson, first round match at Wimbledon on Court Number One, Monday 22nd June 1981.
John McEnroe was two flashpoints away from being thrown out of Wimbledon.
The number two seed, received one public waring and was then docked 2 penalty points as he beat Tom Gullikson 7-6, 7-5. 6-3 in a bad tempered confrontation on Court One.
McEnroe's warning came after he angrily smashed a racket, stamping on the strings and yanking off the handle.
Then he was fined the two penalty points for calling umpire Edward James "the pits of the world", and "an incompetent fool"

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