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    Posted: 4/11/2012 7:02:45 AM EST
    Singapore's Nicole Chua (L) celebrates with her team members after defeating India's Jeet Toshi in their One Fighting Championship (FC) mixed martial arts (MMA) fight at the Singapore Indoor Stadium March 31, 2012. While abhorred by its critics as a celebration of violence, mixed martial arts (MMA)'s explosive growth shows no signs of tapering off. It does not shy away from its violent image but rather embraces it as the ultimate sporting evolution of hand-to-hand combat. Some 8,000 fans watched Chua become the city-state's first female professional MMA fighter with her debut as part of ONE Fighting Championship's recent "War of the Lions" event. Picture taken March 31, 2012. To match feature MIXED-MARTIAL-ARTS/WOMEN REUTERS/Tim Chong/Files (SINGAPORE - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 4/11/2012 7:01:30 AM EST
    Singapore's Nicole Chua (top) pins down India's Jeet Toshi during their One Fighting Championship (FC) mixed martial arts (MMA) fight at the Singapore Indoor Stadium March 31, 2012. While abhorred by its critics as a celebration of violence, mixed martial arts (MMA)'s explosive growth shows no signs of tapering off. It does not shy away from its violent image but rather embraces it as the ultimate sporting evolution of hand-to-hand combat. Some 8,000 fans watched Chua become the city-state's first female professional MMA fighter with her debut as part of ONE Fighting Championship's recent "War of the Lions" event. Picture taken March 31, 2012. To match feature MIXED-MARTIAL-ARTS/WOMEN REUTERS/Tim Chong/Files (SINGAPORE - Tags: SPORT)
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    Posted: 4/11/2012 6:59:48 AM EST
    Nicole Chua of Singapore trains at a gym in Singapore March 28, 2012. While abhorred by its critics as a celebration of violence, mixed martial arts (MMA)'s explosive growth shows no signs of tapering off. It does not shy away from its violent image but rather embraces it as the ultimate sporting evolution of hand-to-hand combat. Some 8,000 fans watched Chua become the city-state's first female professional MMA fighter with her debut as part of ONE Fighting Championship's recent "War of the Lions" event. Picture taken March 28, 2012. To match feature MIXED-MARTIAL-ARTS/WOMEN REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: SPORT)
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    Posted: 4/11/2012 6:59:10 AM EST
    Nicole Chua of Singapore trains at a gym in Singapore March 28, 2012. While abhorred by its critics as a celebration of violence, mixed martial arts (MMA)'s explosive growth shows no signs of tapering off. It does not shy away from its violent image but rather embraces it as the ultimate sporting evolution of hand-to-hand combat. Some 8,000 fans watched Chua become the city-state's first female professional MMA fighter with her debut as part of ONE Fighting Championship's recent "War of the Lions" event. Picture taken March 28, 2012. To match feature MIXED-MARTIAL-ARTS/WOMEN REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: SPORT)
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    Posted: 4/11/2012 6:58:24 AM EST
    Nicole Chua of Singapore speaks to Reuters in an interview at a gym in Singapore March 28, 2012. While abhorred by its critics as a celebration of violence, mixed martial arts (MMA)'s explosive growth shows no signs of tapering off. It does not shy away from its violent image but rather embraces it as the ultimate sporting evolution of hand-to-hand combat. Some 8,000 fans watched Chua become the city-state's first female professional MMA fighter with her debut as part of ONE Fighting Championship's recent "War of the Lions" event. Picture taken March 28, 2012. To match feature MIXED-MARTIAL-ARTS/WOMEN REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: SPORT)
  •  - Evolution Fresh employee Hazard shows off a juice product before serving a customer at the opening of the Starbucks-owned  juice bar in Bellevue

    Evolution Fresh employee Hazard shows off a juice product before serving a customer at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue

    Posted: 3/19/2012 8:22:38 PM EST
    Evolution Fresh employee Kristin Hazard shows off a juice product before serving a customer at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 3/19/2012 6:30:45 PM EST
    FILE - This Jan. 3, 2012 file photo shows the Starbucks Coffee logo in Mountain View, Calif. Starbucks Corp. is pushing beyond coffee with the opening of its first Evolution Fresh Inc. juice store, the company said Monday, March 19, 2012. ( AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)
  •  - Starbucks president of global development Rubinfeld arranges display of Evolution Fresh food products on display for sale bar in Bellevue

    Starbucks president of global development Rubinfeld arranges display of Evolution Fresh food products on display for sale bar in Bellevue

    Posted: 3/19/2012 2:23:35 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO IN LAST NAME Arthur Rubinfeld, Starbucks president of global development, arranges the display of Evolution Fresh food products on display for sale at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - The logo of Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar is seen on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington

    The logo of Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar is seen on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 2:01:16 PM EST
    The logo of Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar is seen on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO SOCIETY)
  •  - Pedestrian Grey walks in front of the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington

    Pedestrian Grey walks in front of the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 1:57:52 PM EST
    Pedestrian Jodi Grey walks in front of the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - A customer walks past the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington

    A customer walks past the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 1:55:01 PM EST
    A customer walks past the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Starbucks president of global development Rubinfield arranges display of Evolution Fresh food products on display for sale bar in Bellevue

    Starbucks president of global development Rubinfield arranges display of Evolution Fresh food products on display for sale bar in Bellevue

    Posted: 3/19/2012 12:39:45 PM EST
    Arthur Rubinfield, Starbucks president of global development, arranges the display of Evolution Fresh food products on display for sale at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Evolution Fresh bottled beverage products are on display for sale at the opening of the Starbucks-owned  juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Evolution Fresh bottled beverage products are on display for sale at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 12:32:06 PM EST
    Evolution Fresh bottled beverage products are on display for sale at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Evolution Fresh employees serves juice products to customer Lum at the opening of the Starbucks-owned  juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Evolution Fresh employees serves juice products to customer Lum at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 12:23:10 PM EST
    Evolution Fresh employee Crystal Shipman (C) serves a juice product to customer Trish Lum (L) at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Fellow Evolution Fresh employees Kristin Hazard (back L) and Yohana Bencosme (R) work the counter. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Evolution Fresh employee Shipman serves up a juice product to customers at the opening of the Starbucks-owned  juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Evolution Fresh employee Shipman serves up a juice product to customers at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 12:13:49 PM EST
    Evolution Fresh employee Crystal Shipman serves up a juice product to customers at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Evolution Fresh employee Hazard shows off a juice product before serving a customer at the opening of the Starbucks-owned  juice bar in Bellevue

    Evolution Fresh employee Hazard shows off a juice product before serving a customer at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue

    Posted: 3/19/2012 12:08:45 PM EST
    Evolution Fresh employee Kristin Hazard shows off a juice product before serving a customer at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Evolution Fresh employee Hazard serves customer Cohen at the opening of the Starbucks-owned first juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Evolution Fresh employee Hazard serves customer Cohen at the opening of the Starbucks-owned first juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 12:06:23 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING NAME OF EMPLOYEE Evolution Fresh employee Kristin Hazard (L) serves customer Major Cohen of Seattle at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Evolution Fresh employee Shipman serves customer Cohen at the opening of the Starbucks-owned first juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Evolution Fresh employee Shipman serves customer Cohen at the opening of the Starbucks-owned first juice bar in Bellevue, Washington

    Posted: 3/19/2012 11:59:05 AM EST
    Evolution Fresh employee Crystal Shipman (L) serves customer Major Cohen of Seattle at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 3/12/2012 7:55:47 PM EST
    In this March 7, 2012 photo, David Coppedge, left, is shown outside Los Angeles Superior Court. Coppedge, a mission specialist who claims he was demoted - and then let go - by Jet Propulsion Laboratory for his workplace comments promoting his views on intelligent design, the belief that a higher power must have had a hand in creation because life is too complex to have developed through evolution alone. His lawsuit alleging improper dismissal against NASA begins Monday, March 12 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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    Posted: 3/12/2012 7:55:47 PM EST
    In this March 7, 2012 photo, David Coppedge, left, is shown outside Los Angeles Superior Court with his attorney, William Becker. Coppedge, a mission specialist who claims he was demoted - and then let go - by Jet Propulsion Laboratory for his workplace comments promoting his views on intelligent design, the belief that a higher power must have had a hand in creation because life is too complex to have developed through evolution alone. His lawsuit alleging improper dismissal against NASA begins Monday, March 12 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)


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