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From left: Carl von H, Michael, Archduchness Regina, wife of Carl (name?) W alburga von Habsburg, Otto von Habsburg, son of Walburga (name?), Ildik?, Ei lika, Douglas Archibald, George von Habsburg, Sophia von Habsburg.Former mem ber of the European Parliament and President of the Paneuropean Union, son of Charles IV, last king of Hungary turned 90 years old on November 20, 2002 . A birthday reception organised by the family of the Head of the Habsburg House was held at G"d"ll_, Hungary on November 24, 2002.
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** FILE ** Michael McDermott positions his arms as if holding an assault rifle while taking the stand in his own defense during his trial at Middlesex Superior Court, in this file photo from Thursday, April 11, 2002, in Cambridge, Mass. McDermott, convicted of gunning down seven co-workers, is asking Massachusetts' highest court to throw out his murder convictions, claiming that a reference by a prosecution witness to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks made it impossible for him to get a fair trial. (AP Photo/George Martell, Pool, File)
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Michael Blagg gives the thumbs up signal to his lawyers during a recess in his murder trial at the Mesa County Justice Center Wednesday, March 24, 2004, in Grand Junction, Colo. Blagg,41, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Jennifer, who was found shot and buried in a landfill seven months after Blagg reported her missing. Their 6-year-old daughter , Abby, is missing and presumed dead. (AP Photo/George Kochaniec Jr., POOL) (George Kochaniec,Jr./Rocky Mountain News)
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Michael Blagg, left, stands in court with members of his defense team during a break in his trial in a courtroom in Grand Junction, Colo., Wednesday, March 24, 2004. Blagg, 41, is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of his wife, Jennifer. (AP Photo/George Kochaniec Jr., Pool)
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Mesa County District Judge David Bottger, facing camera, listens during a bench conference with prosecutors and defense attorneys during Michael Blagg's murder trial Thursday, March 25, 2004, in Grand Junction, Colo. (AP Photo/Pool, George Kochaniec Jr.)
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Mease County District Judge David Bottger listens as the jury watches a police video of a Novermber 2003 interview with Michael Blagg, presented Thursday, March 25, 2004, during Blagg's murder trial at the Mesa County Justice Center in Grand Junction, Colo. Blagg, 41, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Jennifer, who was found shot and buried in a landfill seven months after Blagg reported her missing. Their 6-year-old daughter, Abby, is missing and presumed dead. (AP Photo/George Kochaniec Jr., Pool)
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Michael Blagg looks away and smiles as the jury walks into the courtroom for his murder trial at the Mesa County Justice Center Thursday, March 25, 2004, in Grand Junction, Colo. Blagg,41, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Jennifer, who was found shot and buried in a landfill seven months after Blagg reported her missing. Their 6-year-old daughter Abby is missing and presumed dead. (AP Photo/George Kochaniec,Jr., POOL) (George Kochaniec,Jr./Rocky Mountain News)
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(NYT1) NEW YORK -- Aug. 9, 2002 -- NY-REPUBS-CONVENTION -- New York Governor George Pataki addresses the media with former mayor Rudolph Giuliani, left and mayor Michael Bloomberg, right, Friday, in New York. All three welcomed the Republican National Committee site selection committee to New York as part of the city's bid to host the 38th Republican National Convention in 2004. (Justin Lane/The New York Times)
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(NYT27) NEW YORK -- Aug. 6, 2002 -- 9-11-MEMORIAL -- From the beginning of the morning commute until the sun lowers over the Hudson River, New York City will be transformed into a state of commemoration on Sept. 11, with readings, concerts and odes to the dead, tributes that in many cases grew out of ideas from people around the world. The business of the city of New York will not cease, said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, right, on Tuesday, in detailing the city's plans to mark the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks. Bloomberg and Gov. George E. Pataki after a press conference at City Hall. (Ruby Washington/The New York Times)
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(NYT28) NEW YORK -- Aug. 6, 2002 -- 9-11-MEMORIAL-2 -- From the beginning of the morning commute until the sun lowers over the Hudson River, New York City will be transformed into a state of commemoration on Sept. 11, with readings, concerts and odes to the dead, tributes that in many cases grew out of ideas from people around the world. The business of the city of New York will not cease, said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, left, on Tuesday, in detailing the city's plans to mark the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks. Bloomberg and Gov. George E. Pataki during a press conference at City Hall. (Ruby Washington/The New York Times)
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(NYT33) NEW YORK -- Sept. 9, 2002 -- 9-11-NY-POLICE-MEMORIAL -- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks during a service for the 23 New York City police officers who lost their lives at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, at Battery City Park, Monday. The officers names were offficialy added a memorial wall bearing the names of police officers killed in the line of duty. New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly is seated at left, and New York Governor George Pataki at right. (Librado Romero/The New York Times)
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(NYT26) NEW YORK -- March 5, 2002 -- WTC-ATTACK-MEMORIALS -- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, right, and Gov. George Pataki, in center background, atteding a press conference in Battery Park, to discuss memorials for the six month anniversary of the terrorist attack, Tuesday. At left are photos of "The Sphere," a sculpture which had stood in the trade center plaza, before the attacks, right, and after the attacks of Sept. 11, foreground. "The Sphere" and another memorial, twin columns of light beamed skyward from near ground zero, are meant only as short term memorials until the design of a permanent monument is decided on. (Richard Perry/The New York Times)
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(NYT50) NEW YORK -- June 6, 2002 -- NY-SCHOOLS -- Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, center, and New York State legislative leaders reached a tentative agreement on Thursday that would give the mayor control of New York City's troubled school system and strip local school boards of power in the most significant overhaul of the system in more than three decades. Gov. George E. Pataki, left, Bloomberg and Sheldon Silver, the speaker of the State Assembly, answered questions about mayoral control of the New York City school system at City Hall on Thursday. (Ting-Li Wang/The New York Times)
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(NYT13) WASHINGTON -- Mar. 3, 2002 -- WHITE-HOUSE-LETTER -- Was he fired, or did he jump on his own? That was the White House mystery last week surrounding David Frum, George W. Bush's freshly departed speech writer, who got entangled in a thicket of Washington suspicions over his role in the president's "axis of evil" formulation. David Frum, right, with fellow White House speechwriters Michael Gerson, left, and Matthew Scully. (Stephen Crowley/The New York Times)
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(NYT6) WASHINGTON -- April 1, 2002 -- BUSH-GOVERNORS-ISLAND-- President Bush meets with New York Gov. George Pataki, left, and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the Oval Office of the White House on Monday. President Bush will transfer Governors Island to New York state for a nominal fee, preventing the historic island off the southern tip of Manhattan from being sold to the highest bidder. City and state envision an education training center there. (Paul Hosefros/The New York Times)
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(NYT44) NEW YORK -- May 16, 2002 -- NY-GROUND-ZERO -- New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, left, and Gov. George Pataki announced May 30 as the ceremonial end of cleanup and recovery work at the World Trade Center site during a news conference at City Hall, Thursday in New York. One empty flag-draped stretcher will be carried from the site during the ceremony to symbolize the human remains that were not recovered. (Nancy Siesel/The New York Times)
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(NYT22) NEW YORK -- May 30, 2002 -- WTC-CEREMONY-20 -- New York Gov. George Pataki, second from left, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and former Mayor Rudolph Giiuliani, right, stand as an ambulance carrying an empty stretcher symbolizing victims whose remains were not recovered at the World Trade Center, passes them Thursday, during the ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at Gorund Zero. (James Estrin/The New York Times)
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(NYT24) WASHINGTON -- Oct. 17, 2002 -- SENATE-INTEL -- CIA Director George Tenet, center, speak during a joint hearing of the Senate Select Committee on Intellegence at the Capitol in Washington, October 17, 2002. Also present were National Security Agency Director Lt. General Michael Hayden, right, and FBI director Robert Mueller, foreground. The directors of the CIA, FBI and NSA were answering questions on what went wrong prior to the September 11, 2001 attacks. (Paul Hosefros/The New York Times)
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(NYT10) NEW YORK -- May 12, 2002 -- MYSTERY-WRITERS -- The detective novel has lately been jump-started by a new group of writers whose books are a far cry from the tidy, English, poisoning-the-vicar stories. In the manner of Raymond Chandler and James Ellroy, they cultivate doomy urban atmosphere and treat murder as a manifestation of a wider world. They also look toward ways of making that world a better place. And their approach has begun to resonate with readers in a major way. Long relegated to the pulp fiction ghetto, they have moved into the best-selling mainstream. Purveyors of nouveau-noir: George P. Pelecanos, seated, with Dennis Lehane, at left, Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin. (Librado Romero/The New York Times)
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(NYT9) NEW YORK -- March 11, 2002 -- TERROR-WTC-2 -- Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani addresses a ceremony during a ceremony honoring those killed in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, Monday. Fritz Koenig's "The Sphere," in the background, was re-dedicated as a temporary memorial to the victims of the attack. Seated from left: Archbishop Demetrios, head of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, Gov. George Pataki of New York, Giuliani, at podium, current New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Peter Raimondi, 12, who read a poem with his brother, Philip, during the ceremony. The boys lost their father, Peter. (Librado Romero/The New York Times)
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(NYT9) NEW YORK -- April 26, 2002 -- NY-ECON-REBUILD -- New York Governor George E. Pataki at a news conference at New York's City Hall, announcing along with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, far left, a long term commitment by fourteen companies to remain in lower Manhattan, Friday. Also present from left to right, are Housing and Urban Development Asst. Sec. Roy Benardi, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. (Andrea Mohin/The New York Times)
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(NYT43) NEW YORK -- June 28, 2002 -- NY-BLOOMBERG-FLOATER-- Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg shaking a fellow subway rider's hand as he and Gov. George E. Pataki, right, take the subway to Yankee Stadium Friday to see the boys of summer at work, the Yankees at play with the Mets. (Mike Nagle/The New York Times)
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(NYT42) NEW YORK -- Feb. 6, 2002 -- BUSH-4 -- President Bush, left, shares a laugh with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, at a fund-raiser for New York Gov. George Pataki, in New York, Wednesday. During his visit to New York, Bush stepped into his role as Republican fundraiser-in-chief, and helped rake in $1.5 million for the re-election bid of Gov. George Pataki with tough talk about terrorism, war and the tenacity of New York City. (Richard Perry/The New York Times)
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(NYT43) NEW YORK -- Feb. 6, 2002 -- BUSH-5 -- President Bush, takes a bow, at a fund-raiser for New York Gov. George Pataki, left, in New York, Wednesday, as New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg joins in the applause. During his visit to New York, Bush stepped into his role as Republican fundraiser-in-chief, and helped rake in $1.5 million for the re-election bid of Gov. George Pataki with tough talk about terrorism, war and the tenacity of New York City. (Richard Perry/The New York Times)
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(NYT43) NEW YORK -- Feb. 6, 2002 -- BUSH-5 -- President Bush, speaks at a fund-raiser for New York Gov. George Pataki, left background, in New York, Wednesday, as New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, looks on. During his visit to New York, Bush stepped into his role as Republican fundraiser-in-chief, and helped rake in $1.5 million for the re-election bid of Gov. George Pataki with tough talk about terrorism, war and the tenacity of New York City. (Richard Perry/The New York Times)
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(NYT41) NEW YORK -- Sept. 11, 2002 -- 9-11-ANNIVERSARY-26 -- Gov. George Pataki of New York, left, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York read the names of the victims who perished in the attacks on the World Trade Center during ceremonies marking the first anniversary of the terroirist attacks on the U.S., Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002 at ground zero. (Ruth Fremson/Pool/The New York Times)
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(NYT6) WASHINGTON -- March 7, 2002 -- BUSH-NY-AID-2 -- Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York, center, with President Bush, Gov. George Pataki of New York, left, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., right, and members of the New York Congressional delegation during a ceremony in the Rose Garden, Thursday. Bush delivered the $20 billion in U.S. government aid he promised New York for its recovery from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. (Stephen Crowley/The New York Times)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SIPA PRESS GB : British singer George Michael releases his latest single July 1, 2002 and admits the political satire is his most controversial career move to date. 'Shoot the Dog,' in which the singer presents his views on the state of world affairs, is openly critical of the 'special' relationship between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Photo shows a still shot from Michael's new video "Shoot the Dog" 00454880
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/BERTRAND USA. July 2002. Columbia pictures presents the new animated family comedy "Stuart Little 2", directed by Rob Minkoff. Pictured : The Little family has grown with (Back from l. to r.) baby sister Martha (Anna Hoelck, and Ashley Hoelck), Mr. Little (Hugh Laurie), George (Jonathan Lipnicki), Mrs. Little (Geena Davis), (Front from l. to r.) Stuart Little (voiced by Michael J. Fox), Snowbell (voiced by Nathan Lane) and Margalo (voiced by Melanie Griffith) )
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/BERTRAND USA. July 2002. Columbia pictures presents the new animated family comedy "Stuart Little 2", directed by Rob Minkoff. Pictured : (l to r), George (Jonathan Lipnicki) and Stuart (voiced by Michael J. Fox) share breakfast and brotherly advice together
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/BERTRAND USA. July 2002. Columbia pictures presents the new animated family comedy "Stuart Little 2", directed by Rob Minkoff. Pictured : (l to r), George (Jonathan Lipnicki) and Stuart (voiced by Michael J. Fox) share breakfast and brotherly advice together
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(NYT2) UNDATED -- Dec. 16, 2001 -- NY-TERROR-VICTIMS -- People missing following the Sept. 11. attack on the World Trade Center, from left: George C. Cain, Mary Lenz Wieman, Stephen P. Cherry, Shari Kandell, Michael Esposito. (The New York Times)
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(NYT15) NEW YORK -- Nov. 29, 2001 -- NY-REDEVELOP -- New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, fourth from left, durIng a conference on Thursday as he and New York Gov. George Pataki, far right, announced the members of the Lower Manhattan Redevelopment Corp. John Whitehead, far left, will be the board chairman, while Madelyn WIls, second left, and New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso, second from right, will serve on the board. Mayor-elect Michael Bloomberg is standing third from left. (Andrea Mohin/The New York Times)
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(NYT60) NEW YORK -- Nov. 12, 2001 -- NY-CRASH-39 -- New York City Mayor-elect Michael Bloomberg, center, New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, right, New York Gov. George Pataki, far left, American Airlines CEO Don Carcy, rear center, and New York Police Department First Deputy Commissioner Joseph Dunn, far right, at a news conference outside the Ramada Plaza Hotel after American Airlines Flight 587 headed for the Dominican Republic crashed minutes after taking off from John F. Kennedy International Airport Monday in New York. Families of the victims are receiving news about the crash at the airport hotel. (Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times)
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(NYT46) NEW YORK -- Nov. 7, 2001 -- NY-MAYOR-ASSESS -- In a day of recriminations, New York Democrats battled Wednesday over who was to blame for Mark Green's loss to Michael Bloomberg, the novice candidate who was elected New York's 108th mayor on Tuesday. Democrats warned that their internal turmoil had aggravated rifts that could undermine hopes of defeating Gov. George Pataki, and assure a Republican presence in City Hall for a while to come. Green during the campaign trail in New York. (James Estrin/The New York Times)
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(NYT47) NEW YORK -- Nov. 7, 2001 -- NY-MAYOR-ASSESS-2 -- In a day of recriminations, New York Democrats battled Wednesday over who was to blame for Mark Green's loss to Michael Bloomberg, the novice candidate who was elected New York's 108th mayor on Tuesday. Democrats warned that their internal turmoil had aggravated rifts that could undermine hopes of defeating Gov. George Pataki, and assure a Republican presence in City Hall for a while to come. The Rev. Al Sharpton said there was no doubt that he hurt Mark Green's chances -- and that the party could do nothing about it. Sharpton at a press conference in Harlem on Wednesday. (Carol Halebian/The New York Times)
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(NYT22) SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. -- Dec. 24, 2001 -- GULFWAR-DISEASE -- Donnelly, Anthony J. Principi, the secretary of veterans affairs, declared that ALS, long known as Lou Gehrig's disease, was connected to gulf war service. He ordered medical, disability and survivor benefits for those affected - the first time the government had linked a specific illness to service in the region. Michael Donnelly, formerly a major in the Air Force, suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which he and his wife, Susan, believe was a result of his flying missions in the Persian Gulf. (George Ruhe/The New York Times)
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(NYT65) NEW YORK -- Nov. 6, 2001 -- ELN-MAYORAL-BLOOMBERG-3 -- Michael Bloomberg, New York City's mayor-elect giving his victory speech early Wednesday after he defeated Democratic candidate Mark Green in an extremely close race. With Bloomberg is Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, left, and New York Gov. George Pataki, right. (Andrea Mohin/The New York Times)
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(NYT66) NEW YORK -- Nov. 6, 2001 -- ELN-MAYORAL-BLOOMBERG-4 -- Michael Bloomberg, New York City's mayor-elect has his arms raised in victory by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, left, and New York Gov. George Pataki, right, early Wednesday. Bloomberg defeated Democratic candidate Mark Green in an extremely close race. (Andrea Mohin/The New York Times)
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(NYT19) NEW YORK -- June 8, 2001 -- NY-BOTANICAL-GARDEN -- Claudine Knight, center, and George Dunning, left, took whiffs at the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx Friday. Michael Ruggerio, right, the garden's senior rose curator, said this weekend was prime time for roses in full bloom. (Edward Keating/The New York Times)
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(NYT22) NEW YORK -- Sept. 4, 2001 -- HP-COMPAQ-3 -- As Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer outlined the details of their $25 billion deal, Tuesday, computer analyst George Elling of Deutsche Bank puts his spin on the news of the merger as he is interviewed by a television crew. Compaq's Chairman and Chief Executive Michael Capellas can be seen discussing the merger on the screens at left and right. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times)
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(NYT19) UNDATED -- Sept. 15, 2001 -- TERROR-NY-MISSING -- From left to right: Rena Sam-Dinnoo; George Patrick McLaughlin; Michael Davidson; Ronald C. Fazio; Jayceryll Dechavez. (The New York Times)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP Joseph Stiglitz (L) from the US receives the Nobel Prize for Economics from the King of Sweden 10 December 2001, at the Concert Hall, Stockholm. Stiglitz won the prize jointly with Michael Spence from the US and George Akerlof also from the US, in the Nobel 100th anniversary year.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP Michael Spence from the US receives the Nobel Prize for Economics from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden (R) before a gathering of more than 170 laureates invited for the Nobel centennial at the Concert Hall in Stockholm 10 December 2001. Spence won the prize jointly with Joseph Stiglitz from the US and George Akerlof also from the US, in the Nobel 100th anniversary year.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO (FILES) This undated black and white file photo shows A. Michael Spence, 58, formally a professor at Harvard University in Massachusetts and the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, who has won the 2001 Nobel Economics Prize. Spence, along with fellow Americans George Akerlof and Joseph Stiglitz won the Nobel Economics Prize for working out models that explain how imbalances in information possession impact economic conditions, the Nobel jury announced 10 October 2001.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP George Akerlof from the US receives the Nobel Prize for Economics from the King of Sweden 10 December 2001, at the Concert Hall, Stockholm. Akerlof won the prize jointly with Michael Spence from the US and Joseph Stiglitz also from the US, in the Nobel 100th anniversary year.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO George A. Akerlof, an economics Professor at The University of California at Berkley, speaks 10 October 2001 in Berkley, California, after being awarded the Nobel Prize in economic sciences. Akerlof shares the prize with economists A. Michael Spence of Stanford University and Joseph E. Stiglitz of Columbia University for their contributions to the analyses of markets with asymmetric information.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO George A. Akerlof (L), an economics professor at the University of California at Berkley -- who was awarded the Nobel Prize in economic sciences -- stands with last year's Nobel Prize winner in economics, professor Daniel McFadden, 10 October 2001 in Berkley, California. The new Nobel Laureate shares the prize with economists A. Michael Spence of Stanford University and Joseph E. Stiglitz of Columbia University for their contributions to the analyses of markets with asymmetric information.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP le skieur suisse Michael Von Gruenigen pose, le 06 Janvier 2001 sur le podium de la piste des Arcs, aprA?s avoir remport?? le slalom g??ant hommes comptant pour la Coupe du Monde de ski alpin de slalom g??ant devant l'Autrichien Benjamin Raich (G) et Marco Buechel (D) du Liechsteinchtein. AFP PHOTO PASCAL GEORGE
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GEORGE MICHAEL rehearsals of Pavarotti & Friends 2000 in Parco Novi Sad in Modena, Italy. Luciano Pavarotti Rehearsing for Pavarotti & Friends 2000 Modena, Italy May 26, 2000 stage sunglasses microphone black jacket portrait headshot www.capitalpictures.com sales@capitalpictures.com ??Capital Pictures
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**FILE** A barge crane, left, stands next to the collapsed Philadelphia nightclub Heat, on Delaware River Pier 34 in this May 19, 2000 file photo. Felony criminal charges were reinstated Monday, Aug. 15, 2005, against Pier 34 owner Michael Asbell and Heat nightclub operator Eli Karetny for the nightclub pier collapse that killed three women and injured dozens of others. (AP Photo/George Widman, file)
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Rosalinda Conroy speaks to reporters outside of Federal Court in Central Islip, N.Y., Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2000, after attending the sentencing of Dr. Michael Swango, who pleaded guilty to killing her father George Siano and two other patients at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Northport, N.Y. (AP Photo/Ed Betz)
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Assistant U.S. Attorney Gary Brown shows reporters a copy of a page from Dr. Michael Swango's diary outside of Federal Court in Central Islip, N.Y., Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2000, after attending the sentencing of Swango who plead guilty to killing three patients, Thomas Sammarco, George Siano and Aldo Serini at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Northport, N.Y. (AP Photo/Ed Betz)
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Dr. Michael Swango, fourth from left, is flanked by his attorneys, from left, Kevin McNally, Randy Chavis and Abe Clot, fifth left, while he listens to Federal Judge Jacob Mishler sentence him to life in prison without parole as Federal Attorney Joseph Conway looks on at right in this courtroom sketch from Federal Court in Central Islip, N.Y., Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2000. Swango pleaded guilty to the 1993 murders of three patients, George Siano, Thomas Sammarco and Aldo Serini at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Northport, N.Y. (AP Photo/sketch by Shirley Shepard)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS ZMIANA PLCI - GDYBYM BYLA MEZCZYZNA... - LIZ HURLEY PRZED TRANSFORMACJA Gender Doubles These stars are attractive to the opposite sex. How would they look if they WERE the opposite sex ? Have you ever wondered how you'd look if you had been born the opposite gender ? Would your physical features and colouring lend themselves to a more or less attractive face if translated from woman to man or man to woman ? The London Millenium Dome's Mind Zone has a "morphing" machine which enables people to change their race, features and gender, but AVANTIS decided to try out the process for ourselves on famous faces, to see if they made handsome gender doubles. It's a case of Victor Victoria as POSH SPICE is transformed into a well-groomed young man... but he's not exactly butch. Without his trademark designer stubble DAVID BECKHAM seems to lose much of his sex appeal. Who does (s)he looks like ? Hugh Grant, of course. LIZ HURLEY in male guise could be the younger brother of her boyfriend. Appearing as this lantern-jawed hunk, a male KATE WINSLET would have been able to raise the Titanic alone. Do you think she's sexy ? Womanising ROD STEWART wouldn't dream of giving this blonde a second glance. A distinguished gentleman who clearly enjoys The Good Life. Minus the grey hair and beard, it's sex symbol FELICITY KENDAL. PRINCE CHARLES looks every inch a member of the local WI fete committee with his rather familiar hairstyle. Not quite as stunning as his Notting Hill co-star Julia Roberts, but a female HUGH GRANT has a certain something. Sports presenter SUE BARKER, the wholesome girl next door, turns into a rather dashing David Bowie lookalike. A male FERGIE appears to be an eerie cross berween former husband Prince Andrew and pop singer George Michael.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS ZMIANA PLCI - GDYBYM BYL KOBIETA...- KSIAZE KAROL PRZED TRANSFORMACJA Gender Doubles These stars are attractive to the opposite sex. How would they look if they WERE the opposite sex ? Have you ever wondered how you'd look if you had been born the opposite gender ? Would your physical features and colouring lend themselves to a more or less attractive face if translated from woman to man or man to woman ? The London Millenium Dome's Mind Zone has a "morphing" machine which enables people to change their race, features and gender, but AVANTIS decided to try out the process for ourselves on famous faces, to see if they made handsome gender doubles. It's a case of Victor Victoria as POSH SPICE is transformed into a well-groomed young man... but he's not exactly butch. Without his trademark designer stubble DAVID BECKHAM seems to lose much of his sex appeal. Who does (s)he looks like ? Hugh Grant, of course. LIZ HURLEY in male guise could be the younger brother of her boyfriend. Appearing as this lantern-jawed hunk, a male KATE WINSLET would have been able to raise the Titanic alone. Do you think she's sexy ? Womanising ROD STEWART wouldn't dream of giving this blonde a second glance. A distinguished gentleman who clearly enjoys The Good Life. Minus the grey hair and beard, it's sex symbol FELICITY KENDAL. PRINCE CHARLES looks every inch a member of the local WI fete committee with his rather familiar hairstyle. Not quite as stunning as his Notting Hill co-star Julia Roberts, but a female HUGH GRANT has a certain something. Sports presenter SUE BARKER, the wholesome girl next door, turns into a rather dashing David Bowie lookalike. A male FERGIE appears to be an eerie cross berween former husband Prince Andrew and pop singer George Michael.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS ZMIANA PLCI - GDYBYM BYL KOBIETA...- KSIAZE KAROL Gender Doubles These stars are attractive to the opposite sex. How would they look if they WERE the opposite sex ? Have you ever wondered how you'd look if you had been born the opposite gender ? Would your physical features and colouring lend themselves to a more or less attractive face if translated from woman to man or man to woman ? The London Millenium Dome's Mind Zone has a "morphing" machine which enables people to change their race, features and gender, but AVANTIS decided to try out the process for ourselves on famous faces, to see if they made handsome gender doubles. It's a case of Victor Victoria as POSH SPICE is transformed into a well-groomed young man... but he's not exactly butch. Without his trademark designer stubble DAVID BECKHAM seems to lose much of his sex appeal. Who does (s)he looks like ? Hugh Grant, of course. LIZ HURLEY in male guise could be the younger brother of her boyfriend. Appearing as this lantern-jawed hunk, a male KATE WINSLET would have been able to raise the Titanic alone. Do you think she's sexy ? Womanising ROD STEWART wouldn't dream of giving this blonde a second glance. A distinguished gentleman who clearly enjoys The Good Life. Minus the grey hair and beard, it's sex symbol FELICITY KENDAL. PRINCE CHARLES looks every inch a member of the local WI fete committee with his rather familiar hairstyle. Not quite as stunning as his Notting Hill co-star Julia Roberts, but a female HUGH GRANT has a certain something. Sports presenter SUE BARKER, the wholesome girl next door, turns into a rather dashing David Bowie lookalike. A male FERGIE appears to be an eerie cross berween former husband Prince Andrew and pop singer George Michael.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS GERI HALLIWELL I GEORGE MICHAEL Picture Shows : Geri Halliwell last night at The Ivy with George Michael
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS MICHAEL DOUGLAS NA OKLADCE MAGAZYNU GEORGE, KTOREGO KWIETNIOWE WYDANIE JEST POSWIECONE GWIAZDOM ZAANGAZOWANYM POLITYCZNIE. DOUGLAS BIERZE UDZIAL W KAMPANII NA RZECZ ROZBROJENIA NUKLEARNEGO SWIATA. Hollywood superstar Michael Douglas lends his voice to the worldwide nuclear disarmament cause. He is among many celebrities profiled in the April 2000 issue of GEORGE magazine for their political causes. March 22, 2000. COR / 0555 /
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?BAUER-GRIFFIN.COM George Michael was greeted at court by a fierce press scrum. The Singer has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of drugs and possessing cannabis. NON-EXCLUSIVE August 24, 2010 Job: 100824Z2 London, England www.bauergriffin.com www.bauergriffinonline.com
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO Undated photo of Michael Abram, from Huyton, Merseyside, who is being held by British police in connection with the attack on former Beatle George Harrison 30 December, 1999. According to British media, Abram's mother Lynda said her son had a history of mental health problems related to drug addiction and had been in and out of a local psychiatric unit.
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Caption: Gov. W. Averell Harriman in his home on August 11, 1969. (SACK No. 97006.) CREDIT: George Tames/The New York Times NOTE: original print can be found in picture library file 14-497-L-1. Published in NYT 08/24/69 (Magazine). Published in NYT 12/05/98 Published Caption: Below, part of a 1962 top secret document on the Vietnam War, with from left, Averell Harriman, ambassador at large, McGeorge Bundy, national security adviser, and Michael Forrestal, a Bundy aide. Published Credit: No credit
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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 6, 1997 shows British pop stars George Michael (L) and Elton John leaving Westminster Abbey after the funeral service for Diana Princess of Wales. Elton John was set to make an announcement on January 24, 2018 about his next move, teasing fans by saying: "I've finally decided where my future lies." The British pop star, 70, one of the world's best-selling artists, said he will make an announcement on January 24. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / JOHNNY EGGITT
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(FILES): This file photo taken on September 6, 1997 shows pop stars George Michael (L) and Elton John (R) leaving Westminster Abbey following the funeral service of Diana, Princess of Wales. British pop singer George Michael, who rose to fame with the band Wham! and sold more than 100 million albums in his career, has died aged 53, his publicist said on Sunday, December 25, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / AFP POOL / JOHNNY EGGITT
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(FILES): This file photo taken on September 6, 1997 shows pop stars George Michael (L) and Elton John (R) leaving Westminster Abbey following the funeral service of Diana, Princess of Wales. British pop singer George Michael, who rose to fame with the band Wham! and sold more than 100 million albums in his career, has died aged 53, his publicist said on Sunday, December 25, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / AFP POOL / Adam Butler
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(FILES) A file photo shows taken on February 10, 1997 in Cannes, shows British pop superstar George Michael speaking during the fourth annual Milia Trade Fair of multimedia products, announcing that he was launching an internet site. British pop singer George Michael, who rose to fame with the band Wham! and sold more than 100 million albums in his career, has died aged 53, his publicist said on December 25, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Alain Fulconis
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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 1, 1997 shows British singer George Michael. George Michael died aged 53, according to his publicist on December 25, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JOHNNY EGGITT
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Musician George Clinton arrives at the 28th annual NAACP Image Awards ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 8, 1997 in Pasadena, California. This year?s theme for the show is ?Celebration of Family.? (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)
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PHOTO: AFP/EAST NEWS (FILES) Photo dated June 13, 1997 shows US pop star Michael Jackson at the Institut Louis Lumiere in Lyon. Jackson died on June 25 after suffering a cardiac arrest, multiple US media outlets reported, sending shockwaves around the entertainment world. AFP PPHOTO/FILES/PPascal GEORGE
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California Angels' George Arias fields a ground ball during the third inning against the Cleveland Indians in Anaheim, California on Tuesday, August 13, 1996. The Angels won the game 4-2. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)
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Dallas Mavericks??? George McCloud attempts to pass Los Angeles Lakers, from left Vlade Divac, Eddie Jones and Earvin ??sMagic??? Johnson during second quarter action in Inglewood, California on Friday, Feb. 16, 1996. The Lakers defeated the Mavericks 119-114. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)
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Dallas Mavericks??? Tony Dumas collides with Los Angeles Lakers??? George Lynch while teammate Earvin ??sMagic??? Johnson looks on during the first half at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif. on Friday, Feb. 16, 1996. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)
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Magic Johnson works out with the Los Angeles Lakers at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in morning on Monday, Jan. 29, 1996. Johnson, driven from basketball nearly five years ago when he learned he had the AIDS virus, returned to the NBA on Monday from an off-and-on retirement. At right is Lakers George Lynch. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)
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FILE -- (NYT44) WASHINGTON -- June 21, 2007 -- CIA-DOCUMENTS-2 -- In April 1978, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in Washington heard from two former Directors of Central Intelligence, George Bush, left, and his predecessor, William E. Colby, on the agencies activities. The CIA will make public next week a collection of long-secret documents compiled in 1974 that detail domestic spying, assassination plots and other agency misdeeds in the 1960s and early 1970s, the agency's director, General Michael V. Hayden, said on Thursday, June 21, 2007. (George Tames/The New York Times)
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FILE -- (NYT44) WASHINGTON -- June 21, 2007 -- CIA-DOCUMENTS-2 -- In April 1978, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in Washington heard from two former Directors of Central Intelligence, George Bush, left, and his predecessor, William E. Colby, on the agencies activities. The CIA will make public next week a collection of long-secret documents compiled in 1974 that detail domestic spying, assassination plots and other agency misdeeds in the 1960s and early 1970s, the agency's director, General Michael V. Hayden, said on Thursday, June 21, 2007. (George Tames/The New York Times)
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FILE -- (NYT44) WASHINGTON -- June 21, 2007 -- CIA-DOCUMENTS-2 -- In April 1978, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in Washington heard from two former Directors of Central Intelligence, George Bush, left, and his predecessor, William E. Colby, on the agencies activities. The CIA will make public next week a collection of long-secret documents compiled in 1974 that detail domestic spying, assassination plots and other agency misdeeds in the 1960s and early 1970s, the agency's director, General Michael V. Hayden, said on Thursday, June 21, 2007. (George Tames/The New York Times)
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Indiana Pacers??? Travis Best drives past Los Angeles Lakers??? George Lynch in first half action on Sunday, Dec. 3, 1995 at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Michael Tweed)
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Acting heavyweight world champion George Foreman, 46, gimmicks with a playful punch closing an eye, as he arrives at the airport in Hamburg, Germany, Tuesday February 7, 1995, for a four-day-visit. Foreman is in Hamburg for a Television interview concerning the scheduled but still not confirmed fight against German boxer Axel Schulz in Les Vegas, USA, April 22. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
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Former heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman receives some direction on set for a commercial production, in Los Angeles, Calif., on November 30, 1994. Property master Jerry Chavez is on the left, and first assistant to the director Joel Zimmerman is at rear. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)
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George Foreman stands over Michael Moorer after hitting him with a right and knocking him to the canvas in the tenth round of their heavyweight championship fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nev., Saturday night, Nov. 5, 1994. Referee Joe Cortez counted Moorer out, giving Foreman the WBA and IBF heavyweight championship. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)
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George Foreman kneels and prays in a corner after the referee declared the opponent Michael Moorer knocked out in the 10th round in Las Vegas, Nev., Saturday, Nov. 5, 1994. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)
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American Michael Fay, 19, accompanied by his father George, behind, leaves the Queenstown Prison in Singapore following his release Tuesday, June 21, 1994. Fay, who was convicted for spray-painting cars, became the focus of an international uproar when he was flogged for vandalism. (AP Photo/Tan Ah Soon)
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George Foreman, left, takes a right to the face from Michael Moorer in third round of their heavyweight championship fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nev., Saturday night, Nov. 5, 1994. Foreman, 44, took a number of punches to the face during the fight, but was able to knock out Moorer, 26, in the tenth round to capture the WBA and IBF title and becoming the oldest man to win the heavyweight title. (AP Photo/Doug Pizac)
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Undefeated title-holder Michael Moorer lies on the canvas after being knocked out by George Foreman with a crushing right in the tenth round of their heavyweight championship fight at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas, Nev., Saturday night, Nov. 5, 1994. The 45-year-old Foreman becomes the oldest man to win the world heavyweight championship title. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)
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Connecticut residents from left, Shannon Graham, of Southington, Phyllis Sambuco, of Greenwich and Lana Buccieri, of Stamford, cheer on the on the University of Connecticut Huskies during their victory over George Washington in Uniondale, New York, Saturday, March 19, 1994. The Huskies now advance into the
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A jubilant George Foreman talks with one of his corner men in his locker room after knocking out Michael Moorer in the 10th round of their IBF/WBA heavyweight championship fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, Saturday November 5, 1994. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/ALBUM Credit:HOLLYWOOD PICTURES / Album Photo year:1995 Star in photo:HACKMAN, GENE; WASHINGTON, DENZEL Film Title:CRIMSON TIDE Film Original Title:CRIMSON TIDE Film Year:1995 Film Camerar:WOLSKI, DARIUS Film Script:SCHIFFER, MICHAEL Film Composer:ZIMMER, HANS Film Director:SCOTT, TONY Film Star:BELL, VANESSA; BRANCATO, LILLO; CARROLL, RICKY; CRAVEN, MATT; DZUNDZA, GEORGE; GANDOLFINI, JAMES; HACKMAN, GENE; MORTENSEN, VIGGO; NUCCI, DANNY; SCHROEDER, RICKY; WASHINGTON, DENZEL; ZAHN, STEVE
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George Michael And Sting At The Ranforest Concert At Tavern On The Green 03-02-1993. Credit: 3314383GP/MPI/Capital Pictures CAP/MPI/GP ??GP/MPI/Capital Pictures
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(FILES) A file photo taken on November 1, 1993 in London, shows British pop superstar George Michael arriving at the high court during his attempt to break from his record company Sony. British pop singer George Michael, who rose to fame with the band Wham! and sold more than 100 million albums in his career, has died aged 53, his publicist said on December 25, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Andrew Winning
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(FILES) A file photo taken on October 28, 1993 in London, shows British pop superstar George Michael leaving the high court after his first day on the the witness stand during his attempt to break from his record company Sony. British pop singer George Michael, who rose to fame with the band Wham! and sold more than 100 million albums in his career, has died aged 53, his publicist said on December 25, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Andrew Winning

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