David Livingstone

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Noun1.David Livingstone - Scottish missionary and explorer who discovered the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls (1813-1873)David Livingstone - Scottish missionary and explorer who discovered the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls (1813-1873)
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Dr Livingstone added, "This follows the 2014 survey result which placed Marcus Oldham in the top 5 per cent.
It conjures up images of intrepid Dr Livingstone and his journey into Africa when there really were parts of the world we had yet to discover.
MIRACLE Theatre bring their tour Dr Livingstone, I Presume, Up The Zambezi Without A Paddle
Passionate about advancing and improving children's vision, Dr Livingstone explained: "There are lots of types of visual tests available for adults, but there is a massive gap in the market for the same types of tests specially devised for infants.
Dr Livingstone has not run since April, but Filun has the longest absence to overcome, having not been out since September.
Dr Sarah Worden, curator of the National Museum of Scotland's special exhibition, Dr Livingstone I Presume?
One trainer who has presumably enjoyed the recent spate of Bumpers for Jumpers, has been Charlie Egerton, who sent out last week's Kempton winner Dr Livingstone to score again at Lingfield.
The Charlie Egerton-owned and trained Dr Livingstone (5-4 favourite) followed up a win at Kempton on Friday in the Lingfield Park Owners Group "Jumpers' Bumper" National Hunt Flat Race.
EXPLORER Henry Morton Stanley was so determined to find Dr Livingstone he vowed not even death would get in his way - according to a new book.
The cinema campaign is accompanied by striking posters, using famous walking quotes from a variety of historical and contemporary sources, including Plato who philosophised that "To begin is to be halfway there", American president Abraham Lincoln who admitted "I am a slow walker, but I never walk backwards", intrepid explorer Dr Livingstone who preferred to "Go anywhere as long as it's forward", and Hannibal who's rallying cry was "We will either find a way or make one" and famously did so with elephants.
Dr Livingstone established the first ties between the two countries 150 years ago when he went there as a missionary.