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Images Dated 5th February 2007

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Aston Villa - 1909/10 League Champions Featured 5 Feb 2007 Print

Aston Villa - 1909/10 League Champions

Football - 1909 / 1910 season - Aston Villa Team Group
They were the Divison One League Champions for the 1909/10 season.
Back (left to right): Tommy Lyons, Arthur Layton, J. Hogan, Billy George, Arthur Cartlidge, Alfred Freddie Miles, John Kearns, John Grierson (trainer).
Second: George B. Ramsay (Secretary), P. W. M. Bate (Club Director), John Devey (Club Director), F. Cooper (Vice Chairman), Fred W Rinder (Chairman), Howard Spencer (Director), J. E. Margoschis (Vice President), D. R. Jessop, E. W. Strange (Asssistant Secretary.
Sitting: William Billy Gerrish, George Hunter, E. Etre, Joe Bache, George Tranter, Chris Buckley, Albert Hall.
On Ground : Joe Walters, Arthur James Moss (trophies) Harry Hampton, Charlie Wallace

© Colorsport

Fbn-Super Bowl-Prince Featured 5 Feb 2007 Print

Fbn-Super Bowl-Prince

US musician Prince performs during half-time 04 February 2007 at Super Bowl XLI at Dolphin Stadium in Miami between the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts. AFP PHOTO/Roberto SCHMIDT / AFP PHOTO / ROBERTO SCHMIDT

© Agence France-Presse (AFP) - All Rights Reserved

American Football, Concert, Full Length, Guitar, Opening Ceremony, Pop Music, Profile, Singer, Superbowl, Vertical

Hump earwig (Anechura harmandi) Featured 5 Feb 2007 Print

Hump earwig (Anechura harmandi)

Hump earwig (Anechura harmandi), female tending her eggs. When the mother has finished cleaning and defending the eggs, and provisioning food and defending the nymphs, the nymphs will kill and eat her. Japan

Cannibalism, Dermaptea, Earwig, Earwigs, Forficulidae, Insect, Maternal Care, Matriphagy, Self Sacrifice