John Rowlands


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Noun1.John Rowlands - Welsh journalist and explorer who led an expedition to Africa in search of David Livingstone and found him in Tanzania in 1871John Rowlands - Welsh journalist and explorer who led an expedition to Africa in search of David Livingstone and found him in Tanzania in 1871; he and Livingstone together tried to find the source of the Nile River (1841-1904)
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John Rowlands, aged 46 and a father-of-two, was one of 21 people slaughtered when the IRA detonated bombs in the Tavern in the Town and Mulberry Bush on that terrible night of November 21, 1974.
Nathan John Rowlands, 34, admitted assaulting Alexandra Louise Rowlands by beating at Bridgeway East, Pentre Maelor on April 17 this year.
Rover electrician John Rowlands, 46, had been drinking with friends, while railway guard Trevor Thrupp, 33, had popped in to buy cigarettes.
Peter John Rowlands, head of Ormskirk Church of England Primary school, passed away in July, to the shock of the local community.
In between we also lost writer Professor John Rowlands, broadcaster Dr Meredydd Evans and artist Ozi Rhys Osmond.
Meanwhile, group member John Rowlands, 35, told the publication that Mirren was really sweet.
Idwell Rees managed a 40lb mixture of carp and bream on a cold day on John's Pool at Lower Pen y clawdd Farm as did Tony Morgan, while Steve Roberts and John Rowlands finished with 30lb catches.
In 25th position and winning the B11 class was Ieuan's brother John Rowlands in his Mk2 Escort.
John Rowlands, by email Biz says FIRSTLY, you need to protect your design before you show it or discuss it with anyone.
It was close in clubman A, only three marks separating John Rowlands and Richard Hildrick, with Alistair Jackson third.
Also last month, John Rowlands and Jeff Mitchell joined the company's national accounts division.