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G8

The 8 wealthiest, most influential and most industrially advanced democratic nations: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, UK, US.
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Davis Love III was among a group of six players tied at 7-under 137 after two rounds of the PGA's Disney Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Eliot Weinman, Conference Chairman and President of Trendsmedia, said, "The awards were chosen based on a careful evaluation and analysis by a group of six independent WiMAX thought leaders who on the WiMAX World advisory board.
Other area players close to the lead going into today's final round are Charles Wagner of Camarillo, one of seven tied at 76, and defending champion Ralph Rubenstein of Encino, who is part of a group of six golfers who are three shots off the lead at 77.
For the first time, the 2005 Borders Original Voices program included music selections and from the group of six finalists, "Careless Love" by Madeleine Peyroux on the Rounder Records Group label was selected as the winner.
Seven teams from the Conejo chapter included a group of six birders that hiked through Sycamore Canyon, a state park and campground that begins at the beach and climbs high into the Santa Monica Mountains.
Parker joins a distinguished group of six newly elected members representing companies in Asia, Latin America and the U.
Troy said the men were returning to their vehicle when they were confronted by a group of six to eight males who demanded money from the victims.
Schapira will oversee and direct the management team for the Cignet Enterprise, a group of six manufacturing companies operating in two industry groups, plastics and electronics.
The new structure, which becomes official today, places more financial responsibility with product divisions, eliminates regional marketing organizations and creates a group of six top managers reporting to Amelio.
FINCA International provided its first round of microloans to a group of six Afghani women living in Jebrayil, a small village approximately 8 km outside Herat City.
Defending champion Kelly Robbins was in a group of six players tied with 69s, along with Annika Sorenstam.

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