Stages

Some articles on stages, stage:

2007 Tour Of Missouri - Stages - Stage 6: 2007-09-17: St. Louis Circuit Race, 74 Miles (119.1 Km)
... Stage 6 Result Cyclist Country Team Time 1 Ivan Dominguez Cuba TUP 3h 05'07" 2 Andrew Pinfold Canada SYM s.t ...
The Fly (1986 film) - Makeup/creature Effects
... Various looks were tested for the different stages before the perfected versions seen in the completed film were arrived at ... The transformation was broken up into seven distinct stages, with Jeff Goldblum spending many hours in the makeup chair for Brundle's later incarnations STAGES 1-2 Subtle ... STAGES 3 and 4-A Piecemeal prosthetics covering Goldblum's face (and later his arms, feet, and torso), wigs with bald spots and crooked, prosthetic teeth (beginning ...
Tanner Scale - Criticism
... argued that age classification utilizing the Tanner stages represents invalid use ... Tanner stages do not match with chronological age but rather maturity stages and thus are non-diagnostic for age estimation ...
Lake Passaic - Lake Stages
... the lake is believed to have existed in four major stages, the final stage being split between three smaller sub-stages ... Each stage saw a new shoreline elevation of the lake as ice or earthen moraine dams were built or gave way, often over brief spans of time ...
Romania National Rugby Union Team - Record - World Cup
... Year(s) Results 1987 Invited ... One win in pool stages ...

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