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24 Incredible Pictures From Early Years Of The Olympics

24 Incredible Pictures From Early Years Of The Olympics

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Opening ceremony of the 1896 Olympic Games in the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens. Eye Ubiquitous / Getty Images Women competitors in the archery event of the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. Topical Press Agency / Getty Images An elephant performs at a garden party hosted for Olympic athletes by Britain's Lord Michelham in 1914. Ullstein Bild Dtl. / Getty Images American track and field athlete Howard P. Drew on his way to the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm. Fpg / Getty Images The Danish women's gymnastics team practicing at the 1908 London Olympics. Topical Press Agency / Getty Images American gymnasts prac...
Top 10 Best Construction Tools List in 2018 … [with pictures]

Top 10 Best Construction Tools List in 2018 … [with pictures]

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Whether you’re working in a construction firm or you just want to do some DIY, you need to have the best tools for the job. Fortunately, there are plenty of tools out there that you can buy readily in stores or online. I do have to point out that these tools, although highly effective, should be used with caution. You have to know how to use them first before buying them. So, without further ado, here are the best ten construction tools in 2018: 1 Cordless Compact Sanders If you need to smoothen out the edges of, say, a wooden door or something similar, you need to make use of sanders. For those of you who are unfamiliar, sanders make use of a special sand-like material to correctly and effectively smoothen out rough edges. This is mainly used in construction and engineers, but luckily for
23 Of The Most Powerful Pictures In Olympic History

23 Of The Most Powerful Pictures In Olympic History

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Betty Robinson becomes the first woman to take gold in a track and field event in 1928. American athlete Betty Robinson (second from left) wins the final of the women's 100-meter event during the Olympic Games in Amsterdam on July 31, 1928. Central Press / Getty Images Jesse Owens beats the Nazis in 1936. The medalists in the long jump competition salute from the victory stand at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin on Aug. 8, 1936. From left, Japan's Naoto Tajima (bronze); American Jesse Owens (gold), who set an Olympic record in the event and offers an American-style salute with his hand to his forehead; and Germany's Luz Long (silver) giving a Nazi salute. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive The Olympic team from For...