Matthew Flinders


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Noun1.Matthew Flinders - British explorer who mapped the Australian coast (1774-1814)Matthew Flinders - British explorer who mapped the Australian coast (1774-1814)
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Matthew Flinders, head of marketing and business development at RMT, said: "The Chat Heroes team delivers a tailored service that can make a big difference to the ways in which companies can grow, and it has helped us turn more of the general website queries we receive into specific opportunities."
Led by Professor Matthew Flinders from the University of Sheffield, the Fit for Future project aims to design an ambitious and agile new research leadership and talent management strategy.
When a statue of Captain Matthew Flinders was installed at Euston in 2014, the only regret of those who had campaigned for a memorial to the explorer -- who led the first circumnavigation of Australia -- was that his final resting place, understood to be somewhere near the London rail station, was unlikely ever to be known.
Archaeologists have found the remains of Captain Matthew Flinders, a British Royal Navy explorer who was the first to sail around Australia and is credited with naming it, while working on a rail project connecting London to other cities.
The current name, bestowed by Matthew Flinders in the early 19th century, had previously been applied by various Dutch voyagers to islands in a number of different locations between Arnhem Land and New Guinea.
Then George Vancouver and Matthew Flinders, who was the first man to circumnavigate the new continent.
Storm clouds were gathering as we plodded into Donington to meet Matthew Flinders, holding his telescope with his faithful cat Trim at his feet in the market square.
Beautiful Lincolnshire Belvoir Castle Matthew Flinders and his faithful cat Trim.
Fran Butt--Head of Library Services Primary, Matthew Flinders Anglican College, Queensland
In the early 19th century, the Englishman Matthew Flinders and the Frenchman Nicolas Baudin were charged with the same momentous task: to complete the charting of Australia's coast.
'Putting Australian nature on the map' (four essays) looks at the roles of Joseph Banks, Sydney Parkinson, James Cook, Charles Darwin, Ferdinand Bauer, Robert Brown, Matthew Flinders, Amelie Dietrich and Georgiana Molloy.