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At his favoured distance, he won the consecutive national titles outdoors in 1994–5–6–7 and indoors in 1993–4–5, He won the bronze medal at the 1993 European Junior Championships, reached the semifinal of the 1996 Olympics and the heats of the 2000 Olympics.

In 2007, the office received a National American Institute of Architects Education Honor Award for work done in the TOD studio at the University of Arkansas. In 2009, the Y House in Tokyo was awarded first place in the Annual Design Review, Celebrating the Best in American Architecture, sponsored by Architect Magazine.

As was typical of many mills in those days, there was an affiliated company store where the mill employees could run up a bill and have it deducted from their next pay. It carried about everything they might need: groceries, dry goods, boots and shoes, fruit, confectionery, cigars and tobacco, mill remnants, wall paper and window shades.

Nearest airport is Meenambakkam, chennai by car 130 km (3hrs), by bus may take 4–5 hrs. In 2000 this village has got the full-fledged telephone connection from the Tamil Nadu government. Nowadays the village is connected to the world arena with the major mobile operators.

A total of 380 toilets were built in Chikhli through a public-private partnership. For many women in the village, life has become easier after the constriction of these toilets because they no longer need to go out in the open to defecate.

Whiley then successfully defended her Cardiff wheelchair tennis tournament titles. In 2008 Whiley successfully defended her Masters titles; defeating Emmy Kaiser in the singles before partnering Hunt to back to back doubles titles.

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