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Naylor scored an unassisted goal 13 minutes into the match and assisted on Timur Zhividze 10 minutes later to put the Cavaliers (6-3, 5-1 CCC) in control for good.
U83fgeOSxmN) Prince George Starts Walking Unassisted Few Days Before his First Birthday: Royal Family Releases Picture [SEE PHOTO]
Parks' journey was only the 19th solo, unassisted and unsupported expedition to the South Pole in more than 100 years of polar exploration to the world's most southerly point.
ADVENTURER and former rugby star Richard Parks has spoken of his latest adventure after becoming the fastest Briton and the first Welshman to trek to the South Pole unassisted.
5 ( ANI ): President Pranab Mukherjee will visit Mumbai on Saturday to attend the concluding ceremony of accomplishment of 'Sagar Parikrama-II' - Solo Non Stop Unassisted Circumnavigation done by Lt.
UNASSISTED LIVING: AGELESS HOMES FOR LATER LIFE documents the move away from assisted living centers and provides architecture and home collections alike with a firm grasp on the housing elements that can allow seniors to age safely their homes.
Summary: Jessica Watson has set sail in Sydney in her bid to become the youngest person to circle the globe unassisted.
Dubai: Guinness world record holder and arctic explorer Adrian Hayes is just one sponsor short for his next challenge, the first unassisted south to north crossing of the Greenland icecap by both foot and kite - which could take up to 65 days.
He won the puck against the boards and powered across the middle for an unassisted goal on the backhand that put the Kings up for good at 2-1.
Tasmanian, Ken Gourlay, and his 46-footer Spirit Silver Edition on Saturday, 5 May 2007 completed the fastest solo, non-stop and unassisted circumnavigation of the world by an Australian yachtsman.
Brook Taylor, A Camera on the Banks: Frederick William Wallace and the Fisherman of Nova Scotia presents the rare black-and-white photographs of Nova Scotia's fishing schooners, as taken by photojournalist Frederick William Wallace between 1911 and 1916, during the close of the age of unassisted sail.
The court noted "despite the inmate's high blood alcohol content, he was functioning and coherent enough to understand directions and walk unassisted.