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Observe religious precepts rite, religion.

Observe religious precepts rite, religion.

Chamois is small in.

Chamois is small in.

Galicia made in.

Galicia made in.

Observe religious precepts rite.

Observe religious precepts rite.

Observe religious precepts rite, religion.

Observe religious precepts rite, religion.

Boat in beach, travel vacation.

Boat in beach, travel vacation.

Main street usa, transportation traffic.

Main street usa, transportation traffic.

Observe religious precepts rite, religion.

Observe religious precepts rite, religion.

Een overleden vorst wordt op een draagbaar een Romeins gebouw in- of uitgedragen.

Een overleden vorst wordt op een draagbaar een Romeins gebouw in- of uitgedragen.

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

Map of Kings County showing the avenues, streets …& …of the county towns …in connection with those of Brooklyn …

cover from "Stanley in Afrika's donkere wildernissen, etc. [Translated from “In Darkest Afrika” by H. Tiedeman.]"

cover from "Stanley in Afrika's donkere wildernissen, etc. [Translated from “In Darkest Afrika” by H. Tiedeman.]"

portrait from "Stanley in Afrika's donkere wildernissen, etc. [Translated from “In Darkest Afrika” by H. Tiedeman.]"

portrait from "Stanley in Afrika's donkere wildernissen, etc. [Translated from “In Darkest Afrika” by H. Tiedeman.]"

cover from "Stanley in Afrika's donkere wildernissen, etc. [Translated from “In Darkest Afrika” by H. Tiedeman.]"

cover from "Stanley in Afrika's donkere wildernissen, etc. [Translated from “In Darkest Afrika” by H. Tiedeman.]"

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Orbiter Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a technician shows a reinforced carbon-carbon panel to STS-125 Mission Specialists Mike Massimino (left) and Mike Good. The RCC panels are part of the thermal protection system used on space shuttles. The crew is at Kennedy for a crew equipment interface test, which provides hands-on experience with hardware and equipment for the mission. Atlantis is targeted to launch on the STS-125 Hubble Servicing Mission 4 on Oct. 8. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-08pd1940

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Orbiter Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a technician shows a reinforced carbon-carbon panel to STS-125 Mission Specialists Mike Massimino (left) and Mike Good.  The RCC panels are part of the thermal protection system used on space shuttles.  The crew is at Kennedy for a crew equipment interface test, which provides hands-on experience with hardware and equipment for the mission.   Atlantis is targeted to launch on the STS-125 Hubble Servicing Mission 4 on Oct. 8.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-08pd1940

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the clean room of the Payload Hazardous Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a worker from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center uses black light inspection for a thorough cleaning of the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, or COS. Black light inspection uses UVA fluorescence to detect possible particulate microcontamination, minute cracks or fluid leaks. The COS will be installed on the Hubble Space Telescope on space shuttle Atlantis' STS-125 mission. COS will be the most sensitive ultraviolet spectrograph ever flown on Hubble and will probe the "cosmic web" - the large-scale structure of the universe whose form is determined by the gravity of dark matter and is traced by galaxies and intergalactic gas. The COS far-ultraviolet channel has a sensitivity 30 times greater than that of previous spectroscopic instruments for the detection of extremely low light levels. Launch of Atlantis on the STS-125 mission is targeted for Oct. 8. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-08pd2321

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the clean room of the Payload Hazardous Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a worker from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center uses black light inspection for a thorough cleaning of the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, or COS.  Black light inspection uses UVA fluorescence to detect possible particulate microcontamination, minute cracks or fluid leaks. The COS will be installed on the Hubble Space Telescope on space shuttle Atlantis' STS-125 mission. COS will be the most sensitive ultraviolet spectrograph ever flown on Hubble and will probe the "cosmic web" - the large-scale structure of the universe whose form is determined by the gravity of dark matter and is traced by galaxies and intergalactic gas. The COS far-ultraviolet channel has a sensitivity 30 times greater than that of previous spectroscopic instruments for the detection of extremely low light levels. Launch of Atlantis on the STS-125 mission is targeted for Oct. 8. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-08pd2321

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Vehicle Assembly Building's high bay 3 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, framework is lifted to the 16th floor for modifications related to the Ares I-X. The refurbishment of the facility is for the Constellation Program's Ares vehicles. The Ares I and Ares V rockets will be 325 feet and 360 feet tall, respectively, considerably taller than the space shuttle atop its mobile launcher platform. Photo credit: NASA/Troy Cryder KSC-2009-1398

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Vehicle Assembly Building's high bay 3 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, framework is lifted to the 16th floor for modifications related to the Ares I-X. The refurbishment of the facility is for the Constellation Program's Ares vehicles. The Ares I and Ares V rockets will be 325 feet and 360 feet tall, respectively, considerably taller than the space shuttle atop its mobile launcher platform.    Photo credit: NASA/Troy Cryder KSC-2009-1398

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the end of the Ares I-X motor segment is removed to allow propellant grain inspection of the interior. It is one of four reusable motor segments and nozzle exit cone shipped by the Ares I first-stage prime contractor Alliant Techsystems Inc. for final processing and integration in the facility. The booster used for the Ares I-X launch is being modified by adding new forward structures and a fifth segment simulator. The motor is the final hardware needed for the rocket's upcoming flight test this summer. The stacking operations are scheduled to begin in the Vehicle Assembly Building in April. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-2318

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the end of the Ares I-X motor segment is removed to allow propellant grain inspection of the interior.  It is one of four reusable motor segments and nozzle exit cone shipped by the Ares I first-stage prime contractor Alliant Techsystems Inc. for final processing and integration in the facility. The booster used for the Ares I-X launch is being modified by adding new forward structures and a fifth segment simulator. The motor is the final hardware needed for the rocket's upcoming flight test this summer. The stacking operations are scheduled to begin in the Vehicle Assembly Building in April. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-2318

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In High Bay 4 of the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, a large crane is attached to the Ares I-X upper stage simulator service module/service adapter segment to lift and move it to a stand. Ares I-X is the test vehicle for the Ares I, which is part of the Constellation Program to return men to the moon and beyond. The Ares I-X is targeted for launch in July 2009. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-2009-2463

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In High Bay 4 of the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, a large crane is attached to the Ares I-X upper stage simulator service module/service adapter segment to lift and move it to a stand.  Ares I-X is the test vehicle for the Ares I, which is part of the Constellation Program to return men to the moon and beyond.  The Ares I-X is targeted for launch in July 2009.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-2009-2463

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In Orbiter Processing Facility 3 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, STS-128 crew members check out the space shuttle Discovery's robotic arm. Seen here are Mission Specialists Christer Fuglesang and John "Danny" Olivas. The crew is at Kennedy for a crew equipment interface test, or CEIT, which provides hands-on training and observation of shuttle and flight hardware. The STS-128 flight will carry science and storage racks to the International Space Station on Discovery. Launch is targeted for Aug. 7. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-3608

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In Orbiter Processing Facility 3 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, STS-128 crew members check out the space shuttle Discovery's robotic arm.  Seen here are Mission Specialists Christer Fuglesang and John "Danny" Olivas. The crew is at Kennedy for a crew equipment interface test, or CEIT, which provides hands-on training and observation of shuttle and flight hardware. The STS-128 flight will carry science and storage racks to the International Space Station on Discovery.  Launch is targeted for Aug. 7.   Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-3608

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Vehicle Assembly Building's High Bay 3, a crane lowers the Ares I-X Super Stack 4 toward Super Stack 3 for integration. Five super stacks make up the upper stage that will be integrated with the four-segment solid rocket booster first stage on the mobile launch platform. Ares I-X is the test vehicle for the Ares I, which is part of the Constellation Program to return men to the moon and beyond. The Ares I-X flight test is targeted for Oct. 31, pending formal NASA Headquarters approval. Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-2009-4604

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Vehicle Assembly Building's High Bay 3, a crane lowers the Ares I-X Super Stack 4 toward Super Stack 3 for integration.  Five super stacks make up the upper stage that will be integrated with the four-segment solid rocket booster first stage on the mobile launch platform.  Ares I-X is the test vehicle for the Ares I, which is part of the Constellation Program to return men to the moon and beyond. The Ares I-X flight test is targeted for  Oct. 31, pending formal NASA Headquarters approval. Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-2009-4604

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Operations and Checkout Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, STS-128 crew members put on their launch-and-entry suits before heading to the Astrovan for the 3.4-mile drive to Launch Pad 39A. There, crew members will complete their suitup and enter space shuttle Discovery for the 1:36 a.m. EDT liftoff. Seen here is Mission Specialist Jose Hernandez, who is making his first shuttle flight. The 13-day mission will deliver more than 7 tons of supplies, science racks and equipment, as well as additional environmental hardware to sustain six crew members on the International Space Station. The equipment includes a freezer to store research samples, a new sleeping compartment and the COLBERT treadmill. The mission is the 128th in the Space Shuttle Program, the 37th flight of Discovery and the 30th station assembly flight. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-2009-4832

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Operations and Checkout Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, STS-128 crew members put on their launch-and-entry suits before heading to the Astrovan for the 3.4-mile drive to Launch Pad 39A.  There, crew members will complete their suitup and enter space shuttle Discovery for the 1:36 a.m. EDT liftoff. Seen here is Mission Specialist Jose Hernandez, who is making his first shuttle flight. The 13-day mission will deliver more than 7 tons of supplies, science racks and equipment, as well as additional environmental hardware to sustain six crew members on the International Space Station. The equipment includes a freezer to store research samples, a new sleeping compartment and the COLBERT treadmill.  The mission is the 128th in the Space Shuttle Program, the 37th flight of Discovery and the 30th station assembly flight.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-2009-4832

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In NASA Kennedy Space Center's Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, a crane lowers space shuttle Endeavour's Orbiter Boom Sensor System toward a mobile stand. The OBSS was removed from Endeavour's payload bay. After returning from the STS-127 mission July 31, 2009, Endeavour now is being processed for the STS-130 mission targeted for Feb. 4, 2010. Endeavour will deliver to the International Space Station the Tranquility pressurized module that will provide room for many of the station's life support systems. Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-2009-4977

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In NASA Kennedy Space Center's Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, a crane lowers space shuttle Endeavour's Orbiter Boom Sensor System toward a mobile stand.  The OBSS was removed from Endeavour's payload bay.  After returning from the STS-127 mission July 31, 2009, Endeavour now is being processed for the STS-130 mission targeted for Feb. 4, 2010.  Endeavour will deliver to the International Space Station the Tranquility pressurized module that will provide room for many of the station's life support systems.   Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-2009-4977

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In Orbiter Processing Facility-2 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians assist as a large crane lowers the forward reaction control system (FRCS) for installation on space shuttle Endeavour. The work is part of the Space Shuttle Program transition and retirement processing of Endeavour. The FRCS helped maneuver a shuttle while it was in orbit. The FRCS was removed from Endeavour and sent to White Sands Test Facility in N.M. to be cleaned of its toxic propellants. Endeavour is being prepared for display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis KSC-2012-1279

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In Orbiter Processing Facility-2 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians assist as a large crane lowers the forward reaction control system (FRCS) for installation on space shuttle Endeavour.     The work is part of the Space Shuttle Program transition and retirement processing of Endeavour. The FRCS helped maneuver a shuttle while it was in orbit. The FRCS was removed from Endeavour and sent to White Sands Test Facility in N.M. to be cleaned of its toxic propellants. Endeavour is being prepared for display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.  Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis KSC-2012-1279

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site auditorium, agency leaders spoke to members of the news media on the Cloud-Aerosol Transport System. CATS will monitor cloud and aerosol coverage that directly impacts global climate. From left are: Mike Curie of NASA Public Affairs, Julie Robinson, ISS Program chief scientist at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Robert Swap, program scientist at NASA Headquarters' Earth Science Division, and Matthew McGill, CATS principal investigator at Goddard. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-2015-1004

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –In the Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site auditorium, agency leaders spoke to members of the news media on the Cloud-Aerosol Transport System. CATS will monitor cloud and aerosol coverage that directly impacts global climate. From left are: Mike Curie of NASA Public Affairs, Julie Robinson, ISS Program chief scientist at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Robert Swap, program scientist at NASA Headquarters' Earth Science Division, and Matthew McGill, CATS principal investigator at Goddard. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-2015-1004

Pink flower only.

Pink flower only.

In letter alphabet.

In letter alphabet.

Sun sunset in, travel vacation.

Sun sunset in, travel vacation.

Linkedin in network, computer communication.

Linkedin in network, computer communication.

In letters alphabet.

In letters alphabet.

Corfu greece in, travel vacation.

Corfu greece in, travel vacation.

Tennis tennis court yellow, sports.

Tennis tennis court yellow, sports.

Sheep black animal, animals.

Sheep black animal, animals.

Hole in the.

Hole in the.

Brazil flag in.

Brazil flag in.

Sunset in venice, travel vacation.

Sunset in venice, travel vacation.

In ash wednesday post.

In ash wednesday post.

Birds astor in.

Birds astor in.

Two girls admire, animals.

Two girls admire, animals.

Hand reprint handprint, people.

Hand reprint handprint, people.

Park national natural, nature landscapes.

Park national natural, nature landscapes.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

Tennis court sport tennis, sports.

Tennis court sport tennis, sports.

Rose pink up, nature landscapes.

Rose pink up, nature landscapes.

A corner architecture, architecture buildings.

A corner architecture, architecture buildings.

Hope bright landscape, nature landscapes.

Hope bright landscape, nature landscapes.

Dusk kenora ontario, nature landscapes.

Dusk kenora ontario, nature landscapes.

In linkdin social media, computer communication.

In linkdin social media, computer communication.

Output to the city, architecture buildings.

Output to the city, architecture buildings.

Balloon festival in tannheimertal.

Balloon festival in tannheimertal.

White young woman, beauty fashion.

White young woman, beauty fashion.

Hispanic male gladly.

Hispanic male gladly.

In letters alphabet.

In letters alphabet.

Sights in dubai, architecture buildings.

Sights in dubai, architecture buildings.

A group of people tradition rural.

A group of people tradition rural.

Pond pavilion reflection, architecture buildings.

Pond pavilion reflection, architecture buildings.

Portofino plaza in, architecture buildings.

Portofino plaza in, architecture buildings.

Horses in restaurant.

Horses in restaurant.

Ball sports tennis court tennis, sports.

Ball sports tennis court tennis, sports.

Sunset fire in, travel vacation.

Sunset fire in, travel vacation.

Hope bright landscape, nature landscapes.

Hope bright landscape, nature landscapes.

Fabric geometric creative, backgrounds textures.

Fabric geometric creative, backgrounds textures.

Sunset in venice, travel vacation.

Sunset in venice, travel vacation.

Outdoor sunlight pebble, nature landscapes.

Outdoor sunlight pebble, nature landscapes.

In my life.

In my life.

In letter alphabet.

In letter alphabet.

Indiana nappanee apple.

Indiana nappanee apple.

Cafe waiter operation.

Cafe waiter operation.

Gatekeeper in marrakesh.

Gatekeeper in marrakesh.

Man move standing, people.

Man move standing, people.

Elkhart indiana in, people.

Elkhart indiana in, people.

Window exterior girl, people.

Window exterior girl, people.

The glowing leaves.

The glowing leaves.

New york statue of liberty in, architecture buildings.

New york statue of liberty in, architecture buildings.

Tennis ball tennis court tennis, sports.

Tennis ball tennis court tennis, sports.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

Skull skeleton dead, emotions.

Skull skeleton dead, emotions.

Art japanese asian, backgrounds textures.

Art japanese asian, backgrounds textures.

Classic automobiles in, transportation traffic.

Classic automobiles in, transportation traffic.

Flying birds in.

Flying birds in.

In ash wednesday post.

In ash wednesday post.

Farm silo sunset, travel vacation.

Farm silo sunset, travel vacation.

Gallo traditional in.

Gallo traditional in.

Greece greek mythology in.

Greece greek mythology in.

Linkedin linked in, computer communication.

Linkedin linked in, computer communication.

View in area.

View in area.

Horse white in.

Horse white in.

Gwalior fort in, architecture buildings.

Gwalior fort in, architecture buildings.

Birds in flight, emotions.

Birds in flight, emotions.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

Tennis court tennis yellow, sports.

In- en verkoopster van vet

In- en verkoopster van vet

Goderich - The Prettiest Town In Canada

Goderich - The Prettiest Town In Canada

GODERICH: Huron Historical Goal HISTORY AWAITS YOU

GODERICH: Huron Historical Goal HISTORY AWAITS YOU

Moscow in the Winter of 1908

Moscow in the Winter of 1908

World War I: Russian Revolution 1/4

World War I: Russian Revolution 1/4