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Younghusband

(ˈjʌŋˌhʌsbənd)
n
(Biography) Sir Francis Edward. 1863–1942, British explorer, mainly of N India and Tibet. He used military force to compel the Dalai Lama to sign (1904) a trade agreement with Britain
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I think this is as good as any chance for us to qualify so I'm not even thinking about the possibility of us not qualifying,' said Younghusband, who has four goals so far in the qualifiers.
WORLD War Two veteran, writer and NHS campaigner Eileen Younghusband from Sully is appearing on BBC Two's prime time quiz show Eggheads this week.
James Younghusband scored a hat trick to lead the Loyola Meralco Sparks to a 7-1 beating of Laotian side SHB Champasak and into the quarterfinals of the RHB Singapore Cup Sunday at the Jalan Besar Stadium.
THE more we learn about rogue teacher John Younghusband it raises questions as to exactly how many of his pupils have been let down.
John Younghusband was struck off by the General Teaching Council (GTC), the teachers' regulatory body, after it emerged that he allowed students to submit work that wasn't their own and gave false grades for work he marked.
MUM of two Sarah Younghusband, 29, is a teacher from Hartlepool.
But in 1903, thanks to the demands of Viceroy of India Lord Curzon and Sir Francis Younghusband that action be taken over perceived Russian ambitions in the east, the Tibet Frontier Commission set off into (some might say invaded) Tibet.
Manny Ott's absence meant Pika Minegishi was deployed up front with Phil Younghusband placed in an advanced role at midfield.
Authors this year include Eileen Younghusband, winner of the People's Book Prize 2013, Michelle Briscombe, Colin Edwards and Mark Brake.
Pachanga's goalkeeper Steve Yambou was sent off in the 35th after committing a second yellow card for colliding with James Younghusband.
Lesley Craig became the principal of All Saints College in Newcastle at the start of 2010 - more than a year after John Younghusband was dismissed for helping students cheat, and losing vital coursework.
Younghusband also describes the hardships faced by Mallory, who wore nothing but hobnail boots, a flannel shirt and a woollen jersey in sub-zero conditions, all at a time when there was little knowledge of acclimatisation and the effects of oxygen deprivation.