The attacking player (No. 10) attempts to kick the ball beyond the opposing team's goalkeeper, between the goalposts, and beneath the crossbar (not shown) to score a goal.

Football club based in Consett in County Durham, England.

- Consett A.F.C.

He was on the books of Middlesbrough, Manchester City and Wigan Borough, without playing League football for any of them, and also played non-league football for Percy Main Amateurs, Wallsend Athletic, Walker Celtic, Consett and Blyth Spartans.

- Billy Oxley
14th century Byzantine Icon of the Descent from the Cross from the Church of Saint Marina in Kalopanagiotis, Cyprus. Saint Joseph of Arimathea is the figure standing in the center, in blue-green robes holding the Body of Christ.
The Entombment of Christ by Caravaggio (c. 1603) follows the Gospel of John: Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea jointly embalm and place Jesus in a tomb, while Jesus' mother Mary, Mary Magdalene and Mary of Clopas look on.
Joseph of Arimathea by Pietro Perugino, a detail from his Lamentation over the Dead Christ.
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Tomb of Jesus in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The Entombment of Christ by Pedro Roldán
William Blake's Illustration Joseph of Arimathea Among the Rocks of Albion in its second state after Blake's 1773 original, engraved circa 1809
A 13th century version of the Entombment of Christ in stained-glass
Wooden sculpture of Christ in His tomb by anonymous
Entombment of Christ, 15th century, Belgium
Henry Augustin Valentin after Hans Holbein the Younger, Iesvs Nazarenevs Rex Ivdaeorvm, 19th century, etching, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, DC

Joseph of Arimathea was, according to all four canonical gospels, the man who assumed responsibility for the burial of Jesus after his crucifixion.

- Joseph of Arimathea

According to the canonical gospel accounts, he was placed in a tomb by a councillor of the sanhedrin named Joseph of Arimathea,.

- Burial of Jesus
Western Zhou bronze ding
Joseon Korean painting Yoji yeondo (요지연도) depicting King Mu of Zhou visiting the goddess Queen Mother of the West at Yaochi in the mythical mountain Kunlun.

Modern name of the twin city formed by the Western Zhou capitals of Feng and Hao on opposite banks of the Feng River near its confluence with the Wei River in Shaanxi, China.

- Fenghao

Unintentionally and inadvertently, he thus sowed the seeds of hatred which culminated in an invasion of China by the same tribes in 771 BC. In his thirteenth year the Xu Rong, probably the state of Xu in the southeast, raided near the eastern capital of Fenghao.

- King Mu of Zhou
Matt Gadsby
The Main Stand.
the Tom Powers Stand
the East Stand
the All Weather Floodlit pitch

It was the home of Hinckley United, an English football club from the town, until it was dissolved in October 2013.

- De Montfort Park

The club latterly played their home games at De Montfort Park, having moved to the purpose-built football stadium in March 2005.

- Hinckley United F.C.
Western Zhou bronze ding

After his son Fa defeated the Shang at Muye and ascended the throne as King Wu (ruled c. 1046–1043 BCE), the capital was moved to a new establishment on the east bank called Hao or Haojing.

- Fenghao

Although no archaeological traces of King Wu's campaign have been found, the pre-conquest Zhou capital at Fengxi in Shaanxi has been excavated and strata at the site have been identified with the pre-dynastic Zhou.

- Battle of Muye
The results of a search for the term "lunar eclipse" in a web-based image search engine
The usap.gov website
High-level architecture of a standard Web crawler

A web portal is a specially designed website that brings information from diverse sources, like emails, online forums and search engines, together in a uniform way.

- Web portal

In contrast, many of its competitors embedded a search engine in a web portal.

- Search engine
The usap.gov website
A design by contract scheme

Usually, each information source gets its dedicated area on the page for displaying information (a portlet); often, the user can configure which ones to display.

- Web portal

Portlets are pluggable user interface software components that are managed and displayed in a web portal, for example an enterprise portal or a web CMS.

- Java Portlet Specification
Wayzata High School
Wayzata section foreman's house, between Lake Minnetonka and the railroad tracks, an example of early construction in the city
Great Northern depot, built 1906
Wayzata Community Church
Lake Street in downtown
Lake Minnetonka
Redeemer Lutheran Church
Local businesses
West Middle School

Freeport is now named Wayzata.

- Plymouth, Minnesota

After it became a charter city, Wayzata began to annex land from Minnetonka, Plymouth, and Orono, and doubled in size.

- Wayzata, Minnesota
Hungnam Evacuation Memorial at Geoje POW camp.
Captain of the RMS Titanic, E J Smith

Captain Leonard LaRue (January 14, 1914 – October 14, 2001), later known as "Brother Marinus", was the skipper of the SS Meredith Victory, a United States Merchant Marine cargo freighter that was involved in the largest humanitarian rescue operation by a single ship in human history.

- Leonard LaRue

Under the leadership of Captain Leonard LaRue, Meredith Victory is credited with the largest humanitarian rescue operation by a single ship, evacuating more than 14,000 refugees in a single trip during the Korean War.

- SS Meredith Victory
The usap.gov website
Excite@Home headquarters for sale. The buildings have since been re-purposed as a medical facility

Excite is an American web portal operated by IAC that provides a variety of outsourced content including news and weather, a metasearch engine, and a user homepage.

- Excite (web portal)

Some other American web portals include Pathfinder, Excite, Netscape, Go, NBCi, MSN, Lycos, Voila, Yahoo!, and Google Search.

- Web portal