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Images Dated 23rd September 2003

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Choose from 48 pictures in our Images Dated 23rd September 2003 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

GEUR2D-00005 Featured 23 Sep 2003 Print


North rose window of Chartres Cathedral, depicting the glorification of the Virgin Mary, c. 1230 A.D., France.
Digital photograph

© N.Carter/North Wind Picture Archives

1200s, 13th Century, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Chartres, Chartres Cathedral, Church, Europe, European, France, French, Gothic, Gothic Architecture, Historic, History, Medieval, Middle Ages, Roman Catholic, Rose Window, Stained Glass, Traditional, Vintage, Virgin Mary, Window

Weymouth, Dorset, BR (SR) poster, 1959 Featured 23 Sep 2003 Print

Weymouth, Dorset, BR (SR) poster, 1959

Poster produced for British Railways (Southern Region) to advertise Weymouth as a holiday destination easily accessible by train. Illustrated with photograph of Weymouth in the bottom half, and young smiling woman in top half. Printed by Charles & Reid Ltd, London & Harlow

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Artwork of nematode worms Ascaris sp. in intestine Featured 23 Sep 2003 Print

Artwork of nematode worms Ascaris sp. in intestine

Ascaris nematode worms. Artwork of the human intestines cutaway to reveal Ascaris lumbricoides nematode worms (threadworms). The appendix (bottom right) lies in the large intestine, with the small intestine at lower right. Only heavy infestations of the worms (ascariasis) may cause symptoms of abdominal pain, malnutrition, nausea, anaemia and irregular bowel movements. The mature worms live in the small intestine, where the female lays many eggs. These are excreted in the faeces and ingest- ed by a new host in contaminated water or food. The larvae hatch in the intestines and move in the blood to the lungs. They pass up the windpipe, are swallowed and return to the intestines to mature