for Weymouth (Weymouth F.C.). After this ended in 2004, Claridge played for ten different clubs in a variety of leagues, never spending more than a season with one team. He has played at all levels of English football (Football in England) and has also appeared in 1000 professional or semi-professional football matches. Early years Claridge was born in Portsmouth and grew up in Titchfield, a village near Fareham, and attended Brookfield Community School and Language
on the ATP circuit attending her husband's matches. Early life and tennis career Born in Bojnice (Slovakia), Miroslava emigrated to Switzerland when she was just two years old. Her parents currently own a jewelry shop in Kreuzlingen and reside in Schaffhausen. Commons:Category:Slovakia WikiPedia:Slovakia Dmoz:Regional Europe Slovakia eo:Slovakio
Stadium''') is a cricket stadium http: www.espncricinfo.com srilanka content ground 59306.html Cricinfo ground info situated on Khettarama Road, Maligawatta, Colombo, Sri Lanka. The stadium was, prior to June 1994, known as the Khettarama Cricket Stadium and is today one of the main venues in which the Sri Lankan cricket team play, having hosted more than 100 one day international matches (ODI (cricket)). Early history The stadium is the brainchild of the late Sri Lankan President Ranasinghe Premadasa, who championed the development of this 35,000-seater concrete bowl, the biggest stadium in Sri Lanka. Opened on February 2, 1986 with a match between a Sri Lanka 'B' side and an England 'B' team, the stadium was built on swampland previously used by monks ferrying across to the Khettarama temple adjacent to the stadium. ICC Champions Trophy Cricket The 2002 ICC Champions Trophy was held in Sri Lanka. Nine matches played in R.Premadasa stadium including semi-finals and the final. Other matches played in SSC (Sinhalese Sports Club Ground). ICC World Twenty20 Sri Lanka will host the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. Fifteen out of twenty seven matches are due to play in R. Premadasa stadium, including semi-finals and the final. Other matches will be played in Pallekele International Cricket Stadium and Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium. The '''Sri Lankan Elephant''' (''Elephas maximus maximus'') is one of three recognized subspecies of the Asian Elephant, and native to Sri Lanka. Since 1986, ''Elephas maximus'' has been listed as endangered (endangered species) by IUCN as the population has declined by at least 50% over the last three generations, estimated to be 60–75 years. The species is pre-eminently threatened by habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation. WikiPedia:Sri Lanka Dmoz:Regional Asia Sri Lanka commons:Sri Lanka
of matches. Early matches were made from blocks of woods with cuts separating the splints but leaving their bases attached. Later versions were made in the form of thin combs. The splints would be broken away from the comb when required. A '''noiseless match''' was invented in 1836 by the Hungarian (Hungarian people) János Irinyi, who was a student of chemistry.
reached her career-high WTA (Women's Tennis Association) singles ranking of no. 76 on 10 September 2001 and a doubles ranking of no. 215 on 24 August 1998. She is the wife of Roger Federer, having first met him at the 2000 Summer Olympics. She retired from the game in 2002 due to a persistent foot injury. She has since frequently been seen on the ATP circuit attending her husband's matches. Early life and tennis career Born in Bojnice (Slovakia), Miroslava emigrated to Switzerland when she was just two years old. Her parents currently own a jewelry shop in Kreuzlingen and reside in Schaffhausen. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica
, newly promoted to Serie A. Expectations for Nakamura were high, as he was given the prestigious number 10 shirt from the start, and he responded by scoring in three consecutive matches early in the season. thumb left Close up of forearms and head, showing the particularly large scales. (Image:Marginata0004.JPG) The natural range of the marginated tortoise is southern Greece, from the Peloponnesus to Mount Olympus. They are also found in isolated zones of the Balkans and Italy, and northeastern Sardinia. The company originally operated a paddle steamer ferry service between Cowes, Isle of Wight and Southampton, England. During its history the company has operated other routes connecting the Isle of Wight and England, together with a sizeable excursion steamer business along the South Coast of England including day trips from the Isle of Wight to France, but today services are concentrated on two routes. In 1931 it introduced its first diesel ferry, the MV ''Medina''. Ferries have steadily increased in size to the current Scottish-built Raptor class operated between East Cowes and Town Quay in Southampton. Between 1969 and the 1990, the company also ran Italian (Italy)-built hydrofoils between Town Quay and Cowes. This route is now served by high-speed, passenger-only catamarans. The first hydrofoils to operate on the Southampton to Cowes route, and the first in commercial service in the United Kingdom, were the Italian (Italy) designed ''Shearwater'' and ''Shearwater I''. These were introduced by Red Funnel in 1969, and each seated 54 passengers. They were replaced in 1973 by two 67 seat RH70 hydrofoils built by Cantière Navale Rodriguez and named ''Shearwater 3'' and ''Shearwater 4''. The latter was delivered some 5 months after the former and in the interim a PT20 craft, ''Fleccia di Reggio'' was chartered to stand in. In 1982 ''Shearwater 5'' and ''Shearwater 6'' were added. In 1991, with the introduction of the first ''Red Jet'' catamarans, the hydrofoils were demoted to back-up duties until they were finally withdrawn in 1998.
called as a "drunkard's match" and prevented the accidental burning of the user's fingers. Other advances were made for the mass manufacture of matches. Early matches were made from blocks of woods with cuts separating the splints but leaving their bases attached. Later versions were made in the form of thin combs. The splints would be broken away from the comb when required. A '''noiseless match''' was invented in 1836 by the Hungarian people Hungarian