Robert Falcon Scott

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Noun1.Robert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after AmundsenRobert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen; he and his party died on the return journey (1868-1912)
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A 15-year-old boy has been charged after Celtic captain Scott Brown was taunted over the death of his sister in the aftermath of the Old Firm clash.
Captain Scott Gordon can take you around the Key West waters, to the many wrecks scattered around the Lower Keys to fish for snappers or groupers, king mackerels or sharks; or to the different reefs in and around the Key West or Atlantic waters in search for Cobia, Yellowtail Snapper, Grouper, and a whole lot more
Captain Scott Brown, Jonny Hayes, Kieran Tierney, Mikael Lustig and departing Dedryck Boyata made it a day to remember as they prepare for this weekend's Scottish Cup final in a bid to achieve a "treble treble".
1912: British explorer Captain Scott reached the South Pole - only to find the Norwegian Roald Amundsen had arrived a month earlier.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to repair a Cardiff Bay memorial to Captain Scott's expedition to the South Pole.
A FROZEN fruitcake taken to Antarctica by Captain Scott more than 100 years ago has been found - and seems edible.
Early in 2014, the University of Cambridge's Polar Museum launched an appeal to save 113 photographic negatives taken by polar explorer, Captain Scott. Fortunately in this case, there was a happy ending, but as readers will be well aware, saving historical items for the greater good and heritage of our countries, does not always end well.
WELL DONE SKIP Lisburn Rangers' captain Scott Waite is congratulated after scoring the first goal
FASCINATING images showing Captain Scott's expedition team setting off on their ill-fated trek to the South Pole have come to light.
The slides feature portraits of Captain Scott and his team, pictures of the group at work and rest, ponies, seals, penguins, landscape views and the expedition's Terra Nova ship.
TWO British polar explorers have rewritten history with the aid of Land Rover - by following in the footsteps of Captain Scott's ill-fated expedition.
1958: Sir Edmund Hillary, with a New Zealand party, reached the South Pole, the first man to do so overland since Captain Scott.