Thursday, August 23, 2012

6th & Ave B [NW Corner] (August 4, 2012)

We love the variety of elevations represented in this photo of Sunny and Annie's Gourmet Deli in Manhattan's East Village. The deli is a neighborhood favorite, known for its creative and exotic sandwiches, including a Pho sandwich and the "East Side Ink," named after the tattoo parlor across the street (roast beef, melted jack cheese, red onion, lettuce, tomato.)       CLICK TO ENLARGE

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The Wallabies must successfully target dynamic All Blacks second rowers Brodie Retallick and
Sam Whitelock when they attempt to turn their Bledisloe Cup fortunes around, says Australian backrower
Rory Arnold.The formidable duo of Retallick and Whitelock has been one of the great strengths of the world
champion All Blacks’ forward ­machine in recent years and both are used to winning against the Wallabies.
All Blacks vs Wallabies
All Blacks vs Wallabies Live
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Whitelock has tasted defeat just three times in 20 games Tests against Australia and Retallick once in 15.
Rising Wallabies lock Rory ­Arnold said getting an edge over the duo was key for his team.“They’ve been world-class
locks now for a number of years, so if we want to dominate up front we know we’ve got to go at those blokes,” said Arnold.
“We’re going to have to be at our best, the second-rowers, to take those blokes on.”
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Wallabies vs All Blacks

While Whitelock and Retallick have been a constant force for New Zealand,
Australia have chopped and changed their second-row combinations since the 2015 World Cup final against the All Blacks.
Wallabies vs All Blacks Live
Wallabies vs All Blacks Live Stream
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Coach Michael Cheika used five starting second-row combinations in the first five Tests of 2016 and seven in total across the season as
six different locks got an opportunity in the run-on side.
In the June Tests, Cheika started with Adam Coleman and Sam Carter and then brought in Arnold for the last match.
“He sort of swapped and changed a fair bit last year, so I’m not sure how he’s going to go this year with those second-row spots,” Arnold said.

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The Wallabies must successfully target dynamic All Blacks second rowers Brodie Retallick and
Sam Whitelock when they attempt to turn their Bledisloe Cup fortunes around, says Australian backrower
Rory Arnold.The formidable duo of Retallick and Whitelock has been one of the great strengths of the world
champion All Blacks’ forward ­machine in recent years and both are used to winning against the Wallabies.
All Blacks vs Wallabies
All Blacks vs Wallabies Live
All Blacks vs Wallabies Stream

Whitelock has tasted defeat just three times in 20 games Tests against Australia and Retallick once in 15.
Rising Wallabies lock Rory ­Arnold said getting an edge over the duo was key for his team.“They’ve been world-class
locks now for a number of years, so if we want to dominate up front we know we’ve got to go at those blokes,” said Arnold.
“We’re going to have to be at our best, the second-rowers, to take those blokes on.”
Watch All Blacks vs Wallabies
Watch All Blacks vs Wallabies Live
Wallabies vs All Blacks

While Whitelock and Retallick have been a constant force for New Zealand,
Australia have chopped and changed their second-row combinations since the 2015 World Cup final against the All Blacks.
Wallabies vs All Blacks Live
Wallabies vs All Blacks Live Stream
Watch Wallabies vs All Blacks Live
Watch Wallabies vs All Blacks Live Stream

Coach Michael Cheika used five starting second-row combinations in the first five Tests of 2016 and seven in total across the season as
six different locks got an opportunity in the run-on side.
In the June Tests, Cheika started with Adam Coleman and Sam Carter and then brought in Arnold for the last match.
“He sort of swapped and changed a fair bit last year, so I’m not sure how he’s going to go this year with those second-row spots,” Arnold said.