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I am trying to output images from my SQL db onto my .aspx file

This is the code on my .aspx file

<asp:repeater id= "images" runat="server"> 
<td><img src="images/<%#Container.DataItem("Picture")%>" name="Image13" width="120" height="83" border="0"></td>
The problem is that when I do this then the images repeat one after another. I want to organize my page layout better and want to put specific files in the "Picture" column in specific places i.e. I want only specific pictures not all the pictures.

Is there anyway I can pull out these files from the "Picture" column instead of pulling out the entire column?

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