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  • ...ms and which decides the World Champions and the holders of the Webb Ellis Cup. The competition was first staged in 1987 and has taken place on six subse ....guardian.co.uk/sport/2011/sep/03/rugby-world-cup-20112 |title=Rugby World Cup: How 1987 changed the face of rugby union |accessdate=2011-09-03 |author=Ed
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  • * http://www.rugbyworldcup.com
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  • {{r|IRB Junior World Championship|Junior World Championship|**}} {{r|IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy|Junior World Trophy|**}}
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  • {{r|IRB Junior World Championship|Junior World Championship|**}} {{r|IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy|Junior World Trophy|**}}
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  • ...ms and which decides the World Champions and the holders of the Webb Ellis Cup. The competition was first staged in 1987 and has taken place on six subse ....guardian.co.uk/sport/2011/sep/03/rugby-world-cup-20112 |title=Rugby World Cup: How 1987 changed the face of rugby union |accessdate=2011-09-03 |author=Ed
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  • *[http://www.irb.com/ International Rugby Board - Home], the World Governing and Law -making body for the Game of Rugby Union. *[http://www.rugbyworldcup.com/ Official Rugby World Cup website]
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  • * [[Rugby World Cup]]
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  • ...URL accessed 6 June 2007.</ref> whilst the mainland territory of England occupies most of the southern two-thirds of the island of [[Great Britain]] and s ...gna Carta]] ('Great Charter'), which defined individual rights. It built a worldwide [[British Empire]], and the numerous countries that evolved from the Em
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  • ...ady for the off." }}</ref> A second competition, the [[European Challenge Cup]], is also run by the ERC, for teams who have not qualified for the senior The Heineken Cup is played between the top 24 club teams drawn from the countries competing
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  • ...Wilkinson]].<ref>[http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/rugby_world_cup/team_pages/england/3229238.stm.Behind the Wilkinson myth] BBC Sport</ref> S South Africa are the current world champions - holders of the Rugby World Cup, which is competed for in a tournament held every four years. South Africa
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  • ...TKwE online version]</ref> Located in the north west of Europe, Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of [[Great Britain]] and over 790 small ...tion]</ref> Scotland has the highest proportion of redheads of any country worldwide with around 13% of the population having naturally red hair. A further
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  • ...mportant cultural centre, hosting for example the 1999 [[Rugby Union World Cup]]. It is also home to the [[National Assembly for Wales]], to which some le
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  • ...sport in or soon after 1660 in the wake of the [[Restoration]]. It is the world's oldest professional team sport. ...thrived throughout the 20th century despite the massive impact of the two World Wars and continued to expand internationally. By 2000, ten countries were p
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  • ...all introduced by the end of the 19th century, which are played around the world today. ...through the Middle Ages may have arrived with the [[Roman Britain|Roman occupation]] but there is little evidence to indicate this although the [[Ancient
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  • [[Image:Himeji Castle.jpg|left|thumb|400px|[[Himeji Castle]] is a UNESCO [[World Heritage site]]; its defences and gardens showcase two sides of Japan's his ...of Japan experienced a long period of relative isolation from the outside world under the [[Tokugawa shogunate]], until the arrival of the '[[Black Ships]]
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  • ...this film were later shown on the [[BBC]] television programme ''Tomorrows World''. Callan met Page during a screening of this film, and years later was ask ...rs|first=Amy|date=28 September 2000|title= Receivers Blow Final Whistle on Worldsport|url=http://www.theguardian.com/media/2000/sep/28/newmedia|work=The Gua
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  • ...land%20(Eng)Nov2004.htm Accessed: 16th May, 2007.</ref> The modern state occupies five-sixths of the island of [[Ireland (island)|Ireland]], which was par During [[World War II]] (known in Ireland as "The Emergency"), despite official neutrality
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  • ...he 20th century, it suffered major losses of its economic resources in two world wars and it gave independence to nearly all the former members its empire, ...d Islands]]. The capital city is [[Edinburgh]], the centre of which is a [[World Heritage Site]]. The largest city is [[Glasgow]].<ref> [http://www.heritage
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  • ...on 1 February 1981 when, in the final of the Benson & Hedges World Series Cup at the [[Melbourne Cricket Ground]], the Australian bowler Trevor Chappell, * Swanton, E. W. (editor): ''Barclays World of Cricket, 3rd edition''. Willow Books (1986).
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  • ...910, and the town was used by film makers during the [[World War II|Second World War]] to represent The Netherlands when the real thing was not able to coop ...to rioting occurred briefly. After the loss to Portugal in the 2006 World Cup, trouble once again flared, with clashes between riot police and supporters
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  • ...5 due to an annual growth rate of 2.2%.<ref>[http://www.demographia.com/db-worldua2015.pdf Demographia World Urban Areas: 2005 Population & 2015 Projection]</ref> The city has a deep n
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  • ...nnis player also, one good enough to be ranked as high as number 10 in the world and to twice reach the quarterfinals at Wimbledon.<ref>(http://www.reflex.c ...s he also played for DFC Prag (Prague) and Teplitzer FK (Teplice). During World War I, in 1917, he was the center forward on the Austrian national soccer t
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