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[ Accident between a regional train and a tru...
Report on an accident between a regional train and a truck in the Gers to Gimont. The balance sheet is eight wounded persons of whom three engrave. The accident arose in a level crossing without b...
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Cone shell
Cone shell (Conus sp.). Cone shells are predatory marine snails that catch their prey by firing a venomous harpoon at them. The venom paralyses the prey, allowing it to be eaten. They typically hu...
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Government Shutdown Conus Pkg; 11/20/95
empty office, Clinton, Diminici, Gingrich speak
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RODMAN PRACTICE (2/24/1999)
L.A. LAKERS FORWARD DENNIS RODMAN
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CONUS SPOT ON CONGRESSMAN JIM SLATTERY ( D-KANSAS ) IN TOPEKA KANSAS PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON ALSO FEATURED
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Cone Shell Proboscis Extended Close-Up
mbo002, 384, underwater, winter, south pacific ocean, tropical, raja ampat, animal, single, brown, night, invertebrate, black, green, feed, lock shot, macro, brown cone shell, conus sp., sand, clos...
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CONUS:GEPHARDT:GORE:KEMP
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Conus Somalia; 10/19/1993
Somalia activities; Clinton says we're stepping down
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Tiffany Trump Born
Donald Trump and Marla Maples who is holding their new baby, Tiffany Trump.
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Ina - Institut national de l'audiovisuel
[ A train collides a truck in the Gers
Report to Gimont ( Gers) where a passenger train (TER) collided a truck on rails. Fortunately, the driver managed to activate the emergency brake and we regret no dead man. Comment on factual imag...
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Cone shell
Cone shell (Conus sp.). Cone shells are predatory marine snails that catch their prey by firing a venomous harpoon at them. The venom paralyses the prey, allowing it to be eaten. They typically hu...
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