Oliphant


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Oliphant

(ˈɒlɪfənt)
n
(Biography) Sir Mark Laurence Elwin. 1901–2000, British nuclear physicist, born in Australia
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For some time William Burns went on working as a gardener, then when Robert was about seven he took a small farm called Mount Oliphant, and removed there with his wife and family.
And so the years went on, the family at Mount Oliphant living a hard and sparing life.
Oliphant, her favourites (and mine) among women novelists, or if it be a Carlyle, and we move softly, she will read, entranced, for hours.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, Gail Honeyman 9.
Championship leader Tom Oliphant (192 points) is 19 points ahead of closest rival Al Faisal Al Zubair in the defining battle of the season with more drama expected this weekend.
Abu Dhabi: Britain's Tom Oliphant boosted his chances of a first series win in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East by winning the second race in round four of the six-stage series at Yas Marina Circuit over the weekend.
At the top of the overall standings, Briton Oliphant is only six points clear of second-placed Omani driver Al Faisal al-Zubair.
Tom Oliphant capitalised on Al Faisal's mishap to top the race as the Briton managed to keep a slender lead in the championship standings after the latest race.
Linny Oliphant, visitor experience manager at Annandale Distillery, said: "We are delighted.
The top three drivers in the championship are; Oliphant 96 points, Al Zubair 90 points, Frijns 72 points, with eight races remaining.
Leamington ace Tom Oliphant consolidated his place in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB standings with a sixth and a fourth place finish in his two races over the weekend this leaves Oliphant in fourth place in the championship 33 points off the leader.