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Northern Pike   (Esox lucius)  ©Johan De Meester / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Northern Pike (Esox lucius) ©Johan De Meester / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
TINA BROWN, CBE , British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE. November 21, 2000   ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
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TINA BROWN, CBE , British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE. November 21, 2000 ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
TINA BROWN, CBE , British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE with husband HAROLD EVANS , British Journalist, and children ISABELLE and GEORGE. November 21, 2000   ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
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TINA BROWN, CBE , British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE with husband HAROLD EVANS , British Journalist, and children ISABELLE and GEORGE. November 21, 2000 ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
TINA BROWN, CBE . British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE with husband HAROLD EVANS , British Journalist . November 21, 2000   ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
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TINA BROWN, CBE . British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE with husband HAROLD EVANS , British Journalist . November 21, 2000 ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
TINA BROWN, CBE . British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE with husband HAROLD EVANS , British Journalist . November 21, 2000   ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
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TINA BROWN, CBE . British Journalist , Chairman and Editor-in-Chief , Talk Magazine . Outside Buckingham Palace after her investiture with the CBE with husband HAROLD EVANS , British Journalist . November 21, 2000 ©UPP / TopFoto / The Image Works
MISS TINA BROWN (VANITY FAIR EDITOR) RECEIVES AN OBE AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.  November 21, 2000   ©National News / TopFoto / The Image Works
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MISS TINA BROWN (VANITY FAIR EDITOR) RECEIVES AN OBE AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. November 21, 2000 ©National News / TopFoto / The Image Works
MISS TINA BROWN (VANITY FAIR EDITOR) RECEIVES AN OBE AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. PICTURED WITH HER HUSBAND HAROLD EVANS AND CHILDREN ISABELLE AND GEORGE . November 21, 2000   ©National News / TopFoto / The Image Works
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MISS TINA BROWN (VANITY FAIR EDITOR) RECEIVES AN OBE AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. PICTURED WITH HER HUSBAND HAROLD EVANS AND CHILDREN ISABELLE AND GEORGE . November 21, 2000 ©National News / TopFoto / The Image Works
Adelina DeChard (center) is consoled by her daughter Gianna (right), 16, a sophomore at Gaither HS, during a  vigil to remember and honor the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were killed.Tampa FL  2018-02-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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Adelina DeChard (center) is consoled by her daughter Gianna (right), 16, a sophomore at Gaither HS, during a vigil to remember and honor the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were killed.Tampa FL 2018-02-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
Mary Claire Foley (left), 16, a junior at Plant High, embraces with Ariana Skafidas (center), 16, a sophomore at Plant High, as they raise their lights to the sky during a vigil to remember and honor victims of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were shot to death in Parkland.Tampa FL  2018-02-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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Mary Claire Foley (left), 16, a junior at Plant High, embraces with Ariana Skafidas (center), 16, a sophomore at Plant High, as they raise their lights to the sky during a vigil to remember and honor victims of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were shot to death in Parkland.Tampa FL 2018-02-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
Adelina DeChard (center) is consoled by her daughter Gianna (right), 16, a sophomore at Gaither HS, during a vigil to remember and honor the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were killed.Tampa FL  2018-02-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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Adelina DeChard (center) is consoled by her daughter Gianna (right), 16, a sophomore at Gaither HS, during a vigil to remember and honor the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were killed.Tampa FL 2018-02-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
People raise their lights to the sky during a vigil to remember and honor victims of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were shot to death in Parkland.Tampa FL  2018-02-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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People raise their lights to the sky during a vigil to remember and honor victims of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were shot to death in Parkland.Tampa FL 2018-02-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
People raise their lights to the sky during a vigil to remember and honor victims of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were shot to death in Parkland. Tampa FL  2018-02-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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People raise their lights to the sky during a vigil to remember and honor victims of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida at Curtis Hixon Park, in downtown Tampa Monday evening (02/19/18). Vigils took place statewide to commemorate the students, teachers and staff who were shot to death in Parkland. Tampa FL 2018-02-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
A pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong.   August 21, 2017     ©Tampa Bay Times / Ruth Daniel / The Image Works Best quality if reproduced smaller than 1/4 page.
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A pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong. August 21, 2017 ©Tampa Bay Times / Ruth Daniel / The Image Works
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Clearwater Marine Aquarium Veterinarian Shelly Marquardt (left), Brian Eversole, Senior Sea Turtle and Aquatic Biologist (middle) and Devon Francke, Supervisor of Sea Turtle Rehab, are about to give a rescued juvenile green sea turtle, suffering from a lot of the Fibropapillomatosis tumors, fluids at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium Wednesday afternoon 10/19/2017. Eventually when the turtle is healthy enough the tumors will be removed with a laser and after it is rehabilitated it will be released back into the wild.  -  The Clearwater Marine Aquarium is launching a $64 million renovation to expand its facilities to take in injured animals and space to host visitors. The aquarium is asking the city for a $5 million grant Thursday to help in the project. American attitudes toward captive animals are changing. Sea World is slipping after scrutiny on the ethics of captive marine life. But CEO David Yates says CMA is different, continuing its mission of rehab and release, it's goal is to promote education, not exploitation.CLEARWATER Florida  2017-10-18   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
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Clearwater Marine Aquarium Veterinarian Shelly Marquardt (left), Brian Eversole, Senior Sea Turtle and Aquatic Biologist (middle) and Devon Francke, Supervisor of Sea Turtle Rehab, are about to give a rescued juvenile green sea turtle, suffering from a lot of the Fibropapillomatosis tumors, fluids at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium Wednesday afternoon 10/19/2017. Eventually when the turtle is healthy enough the tumors will be removed with a laser and after it is rehabilitated it will be released back into the wild. - The Clearwater Marine Aquarium is launching a $64 million renovation to expand its facilities to take in injured animals and space to host visitors. The aquarium is asking the city for a $5 million grant Thursday to help in the project. American attitudes toward captive animals are changing. Sea World is slipping after scrutiny on the ethics of captive marine life. But CEO David Yates says CMA is different, continuing its mission of rehab and release, it's goal is to promote education, not exploitation.CLEARWATER Florida 2017-10-18 ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
A defendant stands along side his attorney in the courtroom for his bond hearing in front of a judge at the Pinellas County Justice Center.  St. Petersburg Florida  2017-08-24   ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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A defendant stands along side his attorney in the courtroom for his bond hearing in front of a judge at the Pinellas County Justice Center. St. Petersburg Florida 2017-08-24 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
Stella Jimenez, left and Nadine Horl, sew clothing at the Kaiya Designs studio.   2017-10-09   Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Phyllis Day / The Image Works
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Stella Jimenez, left and Nadine Horl, sew clothing at the Kaiya Designs studio. 2017-10-09 Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Phyllis Day / The Image Works
(From left) Thomas E. Weightman Middle School student Adrianna Trader, 12, at her family home in Wesley Chapel, Fla., and her aunt Carolee Alvarez, 44, on Wednesday, September 27, 2017. Trader was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome at age 11 and she is now a spokesperson for the Tourette Association of America. Wesley Chapel Florida   ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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(From left) Thomas E. Weightman Middle School student Adrianna Trader, 12, at her family home in Wesley Chapel, Fla., and her aunt Carolee Alvarez, 44, on Wednesday, September 27, 2017. Trader was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome at age 11 and she is now a spokesperson for the Tourette Association of America. Wesley Chapel Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
A gulf fritillary butterfly seeks nectar from flowers on a shrub in a Clearwater yard 9/20/2017. Butterflies will hide under rocks or in crevices in trees to stay out of the wind of a hurricane.CLEARWATER Florida  2017-09-20   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
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A gulf fritillary butterfly seeks nectar from flowers on a shrub in a Clearwater yard 9/20/2017. Butterflies will hide under rocks or in crevices in trees to stay out of the wind of a hurricane.CLEARWATER Florida 2017-09-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
Michelle Geshon, 28, of Tallahassee, right, chants with fellow protesters on Hull Road in front of the Phillips Center ahead white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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Michelle Geshon, 28, of Tallahassee, right, chants with fellow protesters on Hull Road in front of the Phillips Center ahead white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
Blood runs from the lip of a Nazi on Hull Road after he was punch by a protester outside of the Phillips Center hosting white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville,  Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.Gainesville Florida     ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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Blood runs from the lip of a Nazi on Hull Road after he was punch by a protester outside of the Phillips Center hosting white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.Gainesville Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
Hundreds of protesters march on Hull Road against white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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Hundreds of protesters march on Hull Road against white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
Protesters gather in front of the University of Florida Phillips Center ahead of White Nationalist Richard Spencer's speech. Hundreds of law enforcement from around the state keep a close eye on the crowd of hundreds.  Tampa Florida  2017-10-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Protesters gather in front of the University of Florida Phillips Center ahead of White Nationalist Richard Spencer's speech. Hundreds of law enforcement from around the state keep a close eye on the crowd of hundreds. Tampa Florida 2017-10-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Protesters gather in front of the University of Florida Phillips Center ahead of White Nationalist Richard Spencer's speech. Hundreds of law enforcement from around the state keep a close eye on the crowd of hundreds. [Thursday October 19, 2017]  Tampa Florida  ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Protesters gather in front of the University of Florida Phillips Center ahead of White Nationalist Richard Spencer's speech. Hundreds of law enforcement from around the state keep a close eye on the crowd of hundreds. [Thursday October 19, 2017] Tampa Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Protesters clash with a Nazi on Hull Road outside of the Phillips Center hosting white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Gainesville Florida    ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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Protesters clash with a Nazi on Hull Road outside of the Phillips Center hosting white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Gainesville Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
Richard Spencer answers questions during a press conference before his speech at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Tampa Florida  ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/4 page.
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Richard Spencer answers questions during a press conference before his speech at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Tampa Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
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