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Images Dated 4th December 2012

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Bristol City U18s Team Photo 041212 Featured 4 Dec 2012 Image

Bristol City U18s Team Photo 041212

Bristol City U18 players pose for a team photo on the pitch before their FA Youth Cup Third Round Proper match against Ipswich Town U18s.??Back Row L-R: Head of Academy Coaching Willie McStay, ?, Tyson Pollard, Jamal Simms, Max O'Leary, Dylan Castanheira, Marley Bishop, Lewis Hall, Harry Paice, Chris Abbott, Pierce Mitchell, U18s Manager Alex Russell??Front Row L-R:?, Rhys Jordan, Tyson Pollard, Miles John, Joe Morrell, Wes Burns, Conor Lemonheigh Evans, Will Cline, ???Photo mandatory by-line: Rogan Thomson/JMP - 04/12/2012 - SPORT - FOOTBALL - Ashton Gate Stadium - Bristol. Bristol City U18 Mid-Season Team Photo

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South America, Brazil, Sao Paulo, Santo Andre, Paranapiacaba, a woman looks out of Featured 4 Dec 2012 Image

South America, Brazil, Sao Paulo, Santo Andre, Paranapiacaba, a woman looks out of

South America, Brazil, Sao Paulo, Santo Andre, Paranapiacaba, a woman looks out of a window in an English built wooden house in the railway village of Paranapiacaba set in the Atlantic Coastal rainforest near on Sao Paulo's city limits

© Alex Robinson/ AWL Images Ltd

The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues Featured 4 Dec 2012 Image

The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues

The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, November 30, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken November 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD) - GM1E8C50F3M01