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A Fourth Raikage Abiru Agari Agari Kaisen Ageha Agira Ryudoin Ahiko Akaboshi Akahoshi Akamaru Akane Akari Akatsuchi Akino Akio Amachi Amaru Amayo Ami Aniki Anko Mitarashi Ao Aoba Yamashiro Aoi Aoi Rokusho Arashi Asuma Sarutobi Awakened Hinata Ayame Baiu Baki Baku Baku Bakuto Bando Bansai Bekko Benten Bisuke Black Shadow Bull Buna Bunzo C Chamu Chibi Chichiyasu Chikara Chiriku Chishima Chiyo Chohan Choji Akimichi Chojuro Choseki Choza Akimichi Chushin Claw Daimyo Cursed Warrior Daichi Daikoku Funeno Dajimu Dan Danzo Shimura Darui Deidara Demonic Statue of the Outer path Dengaku Denka Doki Dosu Kinuta Doto Kazahana Doushin Ebisu Ebizo Eight-Tailed Giant Ox Emi Emiru Gyoja Daimyo First Hoshikage First Tsuchikage Five-Tailed Dolphin Horse Four-Tailed Monkey Fourth Kazekage Fubuki Kakuyoku Fudo Fuen Fugai Fugaku Uchiha Fujin Fukasaku Fuki Fuku Kiyomu Fukuda Fukusuke Funari Futaba Fu Fuka Gaara Gama Gamabunta Gamahiro Gamaken Gamakichi Gamariki Gamatatsu Gando Gantetsu Gantetsu Gatsu Gato Gen'yumaru Genma Shiranui Genmai Genno Gensho Ryudoin Genzo Gerotora Gozu Great Toad Sage Guren Guruko Goza Gozu Haido Hakkaku Haku Hakui Hamaki Mimura Han Hana Inuzuka Hanabi Hyuga Hanzaki Hanzo Haruna Harusame Hashirama Senju Hato Hayase Hayate Gekko Hiashi Hyuga Hibari Hidan Hikaku Uchiha Hikaru Tsuki Hina Hinata Hyuga Hiruko Hiruzen Sarutobi Hisame Hizashi Hyuga Hoki Hoki Hokushin Hokuto Homura Mitokado Hotaru Hotarubi Hyo Hyuga Hoki Hosei Hosho Iashi Ibara Ibiki Morino Ibushi Ichi Ichigen Idate Morino Inabi Uchiha Inaho Inari Ino Yamanaka Inoichi Yamanaka Inomatsu Iruka Umino Isago Isaribi Ishidate Itachi Uchiha Ittetsu Iwana Akame Iwashi Tatami Izumo Kamizuki Izuna Uchiha J Jako Ryudoin Janto Jibachi Jiga Jigumo Jimei Jiraiya Jirobo Wasabi Joseki Jugo Kabuto Yakushi Kagami Uchiha Kagari Kage Kagero Kagura Kaguya Patriarch Kahiko Kaiza Kaji Kajika Kakashi Hatake Kakeru Tsuki Kakuzu Kamatari Kamikiri Kamina Kankuro Kanpo Kaori Karashi Karin Karui Karura Kashike Kasumi Katsuyu Kazabune Kazuma Princess Kasumi Kegon Kiba Inuzuka Kidomaru Kigiri Kiho Kiki Kikujo Killer Bee Kimimaro Kin Tsuchi Kirisame Kisame Hoshigaki Kitane Kito Kohada Koharu Utatane Koji Komachi Komaza Komugi Konan Kongo Konohamaru Sarutobi Korega Kotetsu Hagane Kotohime Koyuki Kazahana Kujaku Kumade Toriichi Kunihisa Kunijiro Kunugi Mokume Kurenai Yuhi Kurobachi Kuroma Kuromaru Kurotsuchi Kusabi Kushina Uzumaki Kusuma Kusuna Kusushi Kyodaigumo Kyoya Kyuroku Wagarashi Ko Hyuga Koga Komei Kosuke Kota Madam Shijimi Madara Uchiha Mahiru Manabu Akamon Manda Mangetsu Hozuki Matsu Matsuri Matsuri Mei Terumi Meizu Menma Meno Michiru Tsuki Midare Midori Mifune Migaki Might Guy Mikoto Uchiha Minato Namikaze Minoji Miroku Misumi Tsurugi Mitate Mizore Fuyukuma Mizuki Mizura Moegi Mogusa Momiji Mondai Monju Monkey King: Enma Chikamatsu Mozuku Mubi Mujini Anano Mukade Murakumo Kurama Murasame Moryo Nadare Roga Nae Nagare Nagato Nango Naruto Uzumaki Natori Natsuhi Nauma Nawaki Neji Hyuga Nejiri Nekobaa Nerugui Ni Nigiri Nine-Tailed Demon Fox Ninkame Nishi Nobori Nurari Nozu Obito Uchiha Oboro Okei Okisuke Okyo Omoi One-Tailed Shukaku Onoki Orochimaru Otoha Otokaze Otora Owashi Oyone Pakkun Pochi Ponta Potcha Raido Namiashi Raiga Kurosuki Raijin Ranke Ranmaru Reki Renga Riichi Rikumaru Rin Rinji Rock Lee Rokkaku Ryudoin Ruiga Ryokan Ryugan Ryusa Ryusui Roshi Sabu Sage of the Six Paths Sagi Sai Sajin Sajo Sakon and Ukon Sakumo Hatake Sakura Haruno Samui San Sandayu Sansho Sari Sasame Sasori Sasuke Uchiha Satetsu Sazanami Seimei Seito Sekka Senta Sentoki Setsuna Uchiha Seven-Tailed Horned Beetle Shabadaba Shiba Shibi Aburame Shibire Shibito Higashi Shibuki Shigure Shiho Shiin Shikaku Nara Shikamaru Nara Shikuro Aburame Shima Shimeji Shimon Hijiri Shin Shin'emon Shinga Shinno Shino Aburame Shinobu Mibu Shinta Shion Shiore Shiranami Shiromari Shisui Uchiha Shiso Shizuku Shizune Shura Shu Six-Tailed Slug Sora Spirit Beast Suien Suigetsu Hozuki Suiko Sukima Sumaru Sumashi Sumire Suname Susuki Susuki Suzume Sosetsu Kazahana Taiseki Takamaru Takishi Tamaki Tami Tanzo Taruho Tatsuji Tayuya Tazuna Tea Daimyo Teguse Tekka Uchiha Temari Temujin Ten-Tailed Beast jubi Tenten Tenzen Daikoku Tera Terai Tetsuru Teuchi Teyaki Uchiha Tezuna Third Hoshikage Third Kazekage Three Giant Snakes Three Haimaru Brothers Three-Tailed Giant Turtle Tobio Tobirama Senju Todoroki Toki Toki Tomari Tomaru Minakura Tonbee Tonbo Tobitake Tonton Tora Tora Torifu Torune Towa Tsuba Tsubaki Tsubusa Tsuchigumo Tsuchino Tsukino Tsukushi Tsume Inuzuka Tsunade Tsunami Tsurugi Tsuzumi Sarugaku Two-Tailed Monster Cat Toka Senju Tou Uchiha clan Ugai Ugatsu Uhei Umibozu Unkai Kurama Akimichi Daimyo Tadpole Urakaku Uroko Kurama Uchiha Urushi Ushi Utakata Waraji Wind Daimyo Ya Yagura Yagura Yahiko Yakku Uzuki Yukimaru Yura Zabuza Momochi Zaku Abumi Masked man Zetsu ultimate ninja storm 3
Frank Shorter (USA) 2:12:19
Karel Lismont (BEL) 2:14:31
Mamo Wolde (ETH) 2:15:08
4. Kenneth Moore (USA) 2:15:39
5. Kenji Kimihara (JPN) 2:16:27
6. Ron Hill (GBR) 2:16:30
7. Donald MacGregor (GBR) 2:16:34
8. Jack Foster (NZL) 2:16:56
9. Jack Bacheler (USA) 2:17:38
10. Lengissa Bedane (ETH) 2:18:36
11. Seppo Nikkari (FIN) 2:18:49
12. Akio Usami (JPN) 2:18:58
13. Derek Clayton (AUS) 2:19:49
14. Yuri Velikorodnykh (URS) 2:20:02
15. Anatoly Baranov (URS) 2:20:10
16. Paul Angenvoorth (FRG) 2:20:19
17. Richard Mabuza (SWZ) 2:20:39
18. Demisse Wolde (ETH) 2:20:44
19. Reino Paukkonen (FIN) 2:21:06
20. Colin Kirkham (GBR) 2:21:54
21. Antonio Brutti (ITA) 2:22:12
22. Dave McKenzie (NZL) 2:22:19
23. Daniel McDaid (IRL) 2:22:25
24. Renato Martini (ITA) 2:22:41
25. Eckhard Lesse (GDR) 2:22:49
26. Jacinto Sabinal (MEX) 2:22:56
27. Gyula Toth (HUN) 2:22:59
28. Fernand Kolbeck (FRA) 2:23:01
29. Hernán Barreneche (COL) 2:23:40
30. Jørgen Jensen (DEN) 2:24:00
31. Manfred Steffny (FRG) 2:24:25
32. Lutz Philipp (FRG) 2:24:25
33. Ferenc Szekeres (HUN) 2:25:17
34. Terry Manners (AUS) 2:25:29
35. Igor Cherbak (URS) 2:25:37
36. Yoshiaki Unetami (JPN) 2:25:59
37. Kim Chang-Son (PRK) 2:26:45
38. Franco de Menego (ITA) 2:26:52
39. Agustin Fernández-Diaz (ESP) 2:27:14
40. Edward Stawiarz (POL) 2:28:12
41. Armando Aldegalega (POR) 2:28:24
42. Desmond McGann (IRL) 2:28:31
43. Carlos Cuque (GUA) 2:28:37
44. Alfons Sidler (SUI) 2:29:09
45. Alfredo Penaloza (MEX) 2:29:51
46. Walter Van Renterghem (BEL) 2:29:58
47. Donald Walsh (IRL) 2:31:12
48. Álvaro Mejía (COL) 2:31:56
49. Ryu Man-Hyong (PRK) 2:32:29
50. Carlos Pérez (ESP) 2:33:22
51. Rafael Tadeo (MEX) 2:35:48
52. Víctor Mora (COL) 2:37:34
53. Fernando Molina (ARG) 2:38:18
54. Julio Quevedo (GUA) 2:40:38
55. Ramón Cabrera (ARG) 2:42:37
56. Matthews Kambale (MAW) 2:45:50
57. Hla Thein (BIR) 2:48:53
58. Ricardo Condori (BOL) 2:56:11
59. Fulgence Kwabu (UGA) 2:57:04
60. Bahadur Jit Bahktra (NEP) 2:57:58
61. Crispin Quispe (BOL) 3:07:22
62. Maurice Charlotin (HAI) 3:29:21
— Gaston Roelants (BEL) DNF
— Rodolfo Gómez (NCA) DNF
— Ismail Akçay (TUR) DNF
— Nazario Araujo (ARG) DNF
— Juvenal Rocha (BOL) DNF
— Pekka Tiihonen (FIN) DNF
— Richard Juma (KEN) DNF
— Jama Awil Aden (SOM) DNF
— Lucien Rosa (SRI) DNF
— Shagi Musa Medani (SUD) DNF
— Julius Wakachu (TAN) DN
En este video aparece mi papá participando en la competencia de Maratón en Munich 1972. Su nombre: Jacinto Sabinal Romero de México.
In the second part of the story, which starts immediately after the end of the first part but extends into the next ten years, Tomoya and Nagisa live together as a family. Tomoya has to endure several hardships that the family has been suffering from, mainly involving Nagisa's illness. Just after Nagisa gives birth to their daughter Ushio, Nagisa dies, leaving Tomoya to fall into a state of depression. This causes Nagisa's parents, Akio and Sanae to look after Ushio. Five years later, Tomoya meets Shino Okazaki, his grandmother on his father's side. Shino explains to Tomoya about his father's past and tragedy, similar to Tomoya's current situation after Nagisa's death. After hearing that, Tomoya decides to raise Ushio and acknowledge Naoyuki as his father. Shortly after Tomoya regains his purpose for living, Ushio is struck with the same disease as Nagisa. Tomoya, Sanae and Akio struggle to save Ushio, with Tomoya retiring from his job, but all efforts are futile. In the coming winter, wanting to do anything for Ushio, Tomoya decides to take Ushio on a trip, but Ushio falls unconscious and dies shortly after.
Tomoya's psychology developed in his dreams of a bleak world where small orbs of light float around called the Illusionary World (幻想世界, Gensō Sekai?). In the first few dreams, he sees a world devoid of all life except for one girl (and grass). Each time he dreams, he finds out more about the world. Tomoya discovers the girl has a special ability to fuse junk together to create new things, with which she creates a body for him. Thus he is reborn in this world, and fills time following the girl around. Tomoya conceives that only the two of them are "alive". To pass time, Tomoya and the girl try to build another doll with more junk they find, but as it has no soul, it fails to come to life. Remembering a distant world where he came from, Tomoya convinces the girl to build a ship so that the two can escape the approaching winter and continue a happy life. Eventually, winter sets in, and the girl becomes cold to the point where she cannot move any more. Upon meeting this tragedy, the girl tells Tomoya that he has another chance to go back and make things right. To do so, he must collect certain "lights" (symbols of happiness) similar to those floating around in the Illusionary World. If all the "lights" are collected throughout both story parts, a chance to save Nagisa from dying in childbirth will become available, and the true ending where Nagisa survives and lives with Tomoya and their daughter Ushio will also become available.
Part 2 of ep1. Initial-D style, Akio takes on Black Bird on the streets of Wangan.
Part 3 of ep1. Initial-D style, Akio races his Devil Z against Black Bird.Presented by OMFG.
A voice over demo reel for Akio Asakura from Wangan Midnight
In France, Obama looks for support on Afghanistan
US President Barack Obama arrived in France on Friday for a NATO summit, where he pledged to repair US-European relations, sent a warning to North Korea, and stressed the importance of preventing a nuclear-armed Iran.
Obama was greeted by cheering crowds as he arrived in the city of Strasbourg, where he met France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy.
NATO is celebrating its 60th anniversary this weekend, and the American president is hoping to secure backing for his new strategy on Afghanistan. That plan aims to defeat an increasing insurgency by Taliban and al-Qaida militants in both Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Speaking before a town-hall style gathering in Strasbourg, Obama said that the U.S. and its allies must stand together because “al-Qaida is still a threat”.
Obama, Saudi King discuss Mideast peace initiative
US President Barack Obama on Thursday held talks with Saudi King Abdullah, and reiterated his support for a 2002 Saudi initiative for Middle East peace.
In their first face-to-face talks, held on the sidelines of a Group of 20 summit in London, the two leaders also “reaffirmed the long-standing, strong relationship between the two countries.”
The Saudi peace initiative, which Abdullah sponsored in February 2002, calls for full Arab recognition of Israel if it withdraws from territories occupied after the 1967 Six Day War, and a “just settlement” to the Palestinian refugee crisis.
Obama and Abdullah also discussed “international cooperation regarding the global economy, regional political and security issues, and cooperation against terrorism.”
Senior US, Japanese officials discuss Iran, Middle East
Senior US and Japanese officials met on Thursday in Washington, where they confirmed that they would maintain dialogue over Iran and increase cooperation on the Middle East, reports the Associated Press.
Quoting unnamed informed sources, AP reports that Japan’s ambassador to Tehran, Akio Shirota, and Toshiro Suzuki, head of the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s Middle Eastern and African Affairs bureau, met separately with Puneet Talwar, the National Security Council’s senior director for Iran, Iraq and the Persian Gulf countries, Representative Howard Berman, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and other US officials.
While details of the talks were unknown, they were understood to be aimed at helping the United States formulate its policy toward Iran, because Tokyo has close ties with Tehran.
The Japanese officials are due to hold talks on Friday with US officials on Afghanistan, including Iran’s possible role in contributing to international efforts at bringing stability to that country.
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Tyler Suiters anchors this morning's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC.
On the program:
- Toyota recalls its Prius hybrid because of regenerative brake problems.
- The White House gives an "official endorsement" to carbon capture and storage (CCS) research. Clean Skies News gets reaction from Alstom Power's Bob Hilton.
- California Gov. Schwarzenegger announces plans to give cash incentives to employers who hire the unemployed, waive sales tax on purchases of green manufacturing equipment, and give tax credits for green businesses.
- Nuclear vendor Areva is getting into solar, buying California company Ausra.
Tyler Suiters anchors this morning's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC.
On the program:
- The top U-S climate envoy, Todd Stern shared just how close the talks in Copenhagen came to collapsing.- Speaking at AWEA today, renewable energy industry leaders said losing some key tax credits could sideline private investment. Click HERE for Dan Goldstein's full report.- Coal producer Alpha Natural Resources drilled its first natural gas will in the Marcellus shale.- Author and cultural historian, Jeff Biggers takes issue with some of President Obama's announcement on carbon capture and storage. Click HERE for the full interview.- Nuclear advocates are trying to give new life to Yucca Mountain as a reprocessing center.- Toyota recalls its top selling hybrid, the Prius. Click HERE for Lee Patrick Sullivan's full report.
Tyler Suiters anchors this afternoon's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC.
On the program:
- The White House marks the 40th anniversary of NEPA.
- Toyota president Akio Toyoda now says "he will" testify before congress.
- FERC approves market-based rate authority for Google.
- NRG CEO says nuclear plants are necessary to prepare for electric cars. To see more from David Crane, including his take on the electrification of the U.S. car fleet, click HERE.
- Nuclear executives call on U.S. manufacturers to start investing in the nuclear construction revival. To read more about this, click HERE.
- Mining and drilling halted in the Flathead River Basin.
- Cold weather brings wind power to a halt in Canada.