Perhaps the most interesting parts of the book are those which discuss how succeeding generations defined Cook: brave and humane explorer or colonial adventurer and coloniser who invaded lands where happy natives gambolled
about peacefully etc.
It was a far cry from when the two fresh-faced Titanic stars first gambolled
down the red carpet in 1998.
It started as just a coffee morning but we've extended it and it's gambolled
into a weekend event.
THE SUN shone, lambs gambolled
in the surrounding fields and a three-legged dog ran around with astonishing energy at rural Wharfedale, one of the loveliest grounds in the country.
But in quieter areas many animals gambolled
off their leads while their owners strolled in the autumn sunshine.
In Claire Porter's Not Without You, Klucevsek and Porter (she costumed all in black and white polka dots) initially shared a park bench, then gambolled
around it in a gently affectionate movement dialogue that seemed simultaneously mature and innocent.
He nipped back on board as the lamb gambolled
off in mint condition.
Until Russell gambolled
along and asked if she was OK.
As she gambolled
happily around a paddock with her mother, with her striking black and tan striped markings, short tail and typical zebra's face, her owner hoped she would be a big draw for the holiday crowds.
Last night, Big Brother raised their sleep allowance from three to four hours after the group gambolled
around in sheep's costumes.
But yesterday she obligingly gambolled
about her enclosure as she made her first appearance before a crowd of admiring onlookers.