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TENDING TO A LOT
TENDING TO A LOT: Parking attendant Tyler Bounelis sat near an empty lot at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla., Monday. Heavy rain on Sunday forced Nascar to postpone the Daytona 500 to Monday, the first postponement in its 54-year history. (Phelan M. Ebenhack/Associated Press)

CONSOLED
CONSOLED: Samantha Kimball hugged her little brother, Daniel, after she picked him up from school in Chardon, Ohio, Monday. A teenager described as an outcast opened fire in the cafeteria of Chardon High School, killing one student and wounding four before being caught, authorities said. (David Maxwell/Corbis/Euoprean Pressphoto Agency)

TESTING, TESTING
TESTING, TESTING: A technician checked phone lines at the European Council headquarters in Brussels Monday. European Union leaders will gather there for a summit March 1-2. (Yves Herman/Reuters)

FIT TO PRINT
FIT TO PRINT: A man read the news Monday in Dakar, Senegal, as the country’s papers covered a presidential election. President Abdoulaye Wade said he expects a runoff; votes in 282 out of 551 districts showed him leading 13 opposition candidates with 32.17% of the vote. (Youssef Boudlal/Reuters)

OSCAR BLISS
OSCAR BLISS: Best actress winner Meryl Streep, of ‘The Iron Lady,’ and best actor winner Jean Dujardin, of ‘The Artist,’ posed with their Oscars at the 84th Academy Awards in Hollywood Sunday. (Joel Ryan/Associated Press)

AT THE WHITE HOUSE
AT THE WHITE HOUSE: Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, a Democrat, wore a button reading ‘Cheer up’ as he listened to President Barack Obama give a speech during the National Governors Association meeting at the White House in Washington Monday. (Saul Loeb/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

TRADITIONAL GIRLS
TRADITIONAL GIRLS: Dongria Kondh tribal girls watched sacrifice rituals during the annual festival of Niyam Raja in Lanjigarh, India, Sunday. (Biswaranjan Rout/Associated Press)

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An Indonesian ethnic Chinese man prays during the Chinese Lunar New Year celebration at Dharma Bakti temple in Chinatown in Jakarta, Indonesia, Monday, Jan. 23, 2012. Divers of the Nucleo Operatori Subacquei Guardia Costiera conduct a search and rescue operation that led to the discovery of the body of a woman inside of the ship [...]

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President Obama delivered his third State of the Union speech last night before a joint session of Congress in Washington, D.C.

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EFFORTLESS
EFFORTLESS: Rafael Nadal of Spain faced off against Juan Monaco of Argentina during day one of the final Davis Cup match between Spain and Argentina Friday in Seville, Spain. (Jasper Juinen/Getty Images)

DANGEROUS FIND
DANGEROUS FIND: Firemen eyed a bomb from World War II, lying near a temporary dam in the Rhine River. In the biggest evacuation of German postwar history, all residents living within 1.8-kilometer radius are being evacuated so the bomb can be defused Sunday. (Thomas Frey/European Pressphoto Agency)

WELCOME PRESENCE
WELCOME PRESENCE: Pro-democracy opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, right, embraced U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after the two spoke to the press at Ms. Suu Kyi’s residence in Yangon, Myanmar, Friday. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

WHAT GOES AROUND
WHAT GOES AROUND: A man with an eye injury joined people protesting against Egypt’s military government in prayers Friday in Cairo. (Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images)


SHATTERED? Glass bottles waited to be wrapped for shipping at the Vitro SAB plant in Toluca, Mexico, Thursday. The Mexican glassmaker, which defaulted on $1.5 billion of bonds, probably won’t conclude its debt restructuring by the end of the year, as forecast, according to a court-appointed arbitrator. (Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg)

NO MORE MUSIC
NO MORE MUSIC: Agents with Brazil’s Revenue Service destroyed nearly three million pirated products, including music, movies, publications and software, on the eve of the National Day Against Piracy. (Pedro Ladeira/Agencia Estado/Zuma Press)

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LAST OF HIS KIND
LAST OF HIS KIND: The casket of Frank Buckles lay in a chapel at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia Tuesday. Mr. Buckles, the last surviving American World War I veteran, died in February in West Virginia at age 110. Mr. Buckles lied about his age and enrolled in the Army at 16. (Saul Loeb/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

PEEK-A-BOO
PEEK-A-BOO: A boy peered between the skirts of women protesting against the government in San’a, Yemen, Tuesday. Thousands of protesters took to the streets in the southern provinces of Taiz, Aden and Hadramawt. (Muhammed Muheisen/Associated Press)

SEWN TOGETHER
SEWN TOGETHER: Garment makers protested Tuesday in New Delhi against the imposition of a 10% excise tax on the industry, according to local media. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters)

LINING UP TO LEAVE
LINING UP TO LEAVE: Foreigners who had been working in Libya lined up to board buses at the Libya-Tunisia border Tuesday. More than 200,000 migrant workers have left Libya for neighboring countries. (Emilio Morenatti/Associated Press)

YOUNG SURVIVOR
YOUNG SURVIVOR: Neena Sasaki, 5, carried her belongings from her home in Rikuzentakata, Japan, Tuesday. Officials appeared to regain partial control of the earthquake-damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex, but stressed that the worst may not be over. (Paula Bronstein /Getty Images)

IN DESPAIR
IN DESPAIR: A hospital employee in Manama, Bahrain, on Tuesday was overwhelmed by the constant stream of patients coming in from the Shiite town of Sitra, where witnesses said pro-government vigilantes had gone on a rampage. (Eyevine/Zuma Press)

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With one month of the season left before the first day of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere, take a look at the cold, snowy days of the last couple months.

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