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Jimmy Johnson Announces School Awards, Dec. 16, 2010.

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A packed Viejas Arena is filled with students and fans cheering on the San Diego State University's basketball team.

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San Diego State University basketball player Malcolm Thomas.

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San Diego State University basketball player D.J. Gay.

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Signs by protesters at the site of the Tessera Solar project in the Imperial Valley.

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People skate at the Hotel del Coronado's ice rink on Saturday December 4, 2010

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Polio survivor J. Lindsay Whitton is a virologist and immunologist at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. He said if the world gets serious about eradicating polio, it could be completely eliminated within a few years.

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Polio survivor J. Lindsay Whitton is a virologist and immunologist at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. He said if the world gets serious about eradicating polio, it could be completely eliminated within a few years.

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Pediatrician H. Glenn Kellogg treated numerous polio cases in the 1950s. He used to get calls in the middle of the night from parents who were terrified their children might have the disease.

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Rick Kneeshaw was diagnosed with polio when he was 3 ½ years old. He spent much of his childhood in hospitals.

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Promotional photo of conductor Franz Welser-Mőst

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Promotional photo of pianist Lang Lang

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Alan Gilbert conducting the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York City.

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Promotional photo of Rosalind Russell, a legendary actress of Hollywood's Golden Era. Russell was the star of "Auntie Mame," "His Girl Friday," "Gypsy" and scores of other memorable films and Broadway shows. An innovative and highly talented performer, Russell earned four Oscar nominations, won five Golden Globes and a Tony Award.

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Annie Barratt played by Christine Bottomley; Bea Holloway played by Jo Woodcock; Nancy Morrell played by Summer Strallen; Joyce Fisher played by Becci Gemmell from the television series LAND GIRLS.

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Annie Barratt played by Christine Bottomley; Bea Holloway played by Jo Woodcock; Joyce Fisher played by Becci Gemmell; Nancy Morrell played by Summer Strallen from the television series LAND GIRLS.

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One of the best ways to learn more about Roy McMakin's art is the book "Roy McMakin: When is a chair not a chair?," from Rizolli press. It includes an essay by John Baldessari, who collects McMakin's work, and profiles the artist's career and body of work.

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A Roy McMakin designed home on Vashon Island, which is a short ferry ride from Seattle. The homeowner is a collector of the artist's work and wanted a custom modern farmhouse like “the one in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ — after the tornado.”

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U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates (L) addresses U.S. troops while visiting Forward Operating Base Howz-E-Madad in Kandahar Province December 8, 2010 in Afghanistan. Gates is visiting U.S. soldiers in different operational areas of Afghanistan during his visit.

Published on December 16, 2010