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She holds a Bachelor's Degree in psychology, a scuba certification, a black belt in Taekwondo, and the Guinness World Record for becoming the first armless pilot.
More on Jessica: Aside from being the world's first licensed armless pilot, she's the first armless black-belter in the American Taekwondo Association.
Above, the Cloud three-seater armless sofa is oversized luxury in a completely uncluttered style; and right, the Airfoil Rectangular desk is fun, practical and a real show-stopper
TEHRAN (FNA)- Leader of Nigeria's Shiites Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, whose three sons were killed by Nigerian troops in Zaria on Friday said the Shiites were armless and never armed themselves in their history.
AN ARMLESS motorist who drives his car illegally using his feet has finally been stopped by police.
Cox, 31, the first licensed armless pilot in the United States, traces her roots to Guiuan, Eastern Samar, specifically to a barrio named Bobon, Mercedes.
This fairly wide-bottomed and armless upholstered chair had a specific purpose in times past.
But they are in for a shock now though, as, to reiterate the sentiments in Philip Chisholm's letter (7.1.13), if they can even manage to access the low, hard, armless, backless, benches, they'll not be able to sit and admire the windfarm or wall for long.
Summary: Armless Afghan teenager dreams of winning a gold in the next Paralympics.
26-years-old Ostalowski has not give up his passion for racing despite the fact that he has been left armless after the accident happened when he was a child.
At Dwell (, 0845 675 9090) I found the faux leather armless Ripple Rocker, which is 53cm wide and costs from pounds 129.
The League of Sudanese Scholars (LSS), a state-controlled body of clerics, on Thursday issued a state denouncing the operations of "genocide, torture and repression" meted out by the Syrian regime of Bashar Al-Asad against "armless protestors." According to LSS, lending any moral or material support to the Syrian regime or showing any laxity in supporting the revolutionaries was considered to be "a great treason." "The regime of Bashar will join the rest of extinct regimes," the group said, calling for solidarity with Syrian people.