Richard Burton

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English explorer who with John Speke was the first European to explore Lake Tanganyika (1821-1890)

Welsh film actor who often co-starred with Elizabeth Taylor (1925-1984)


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HELP AT HAND Mark Whitehead, left, and Robin Adams of Watson Burton, Richard Marr, Narec
THE WILD GEESE 15 Richard Burton, Richard Harris, Roger Moore and Hardy Krugers star as mercenaries hired by Stewart Granger to rescue a deposed political leader in the African wildnerness.
Jing Jing Cai, Sisui Ye and Clive Benford; David Findlay, Richard Goodall and Nick Pearce; Jenni Heelyer, Jianqiu Li, Matthew Belcher, Farzaana Fadzil, Becky Hayward, Louise Cherry, Rahul Marang and Laura Casey; committee members: Ronak Dashani, Amy Burton, Richard Hopkins-Burton, Gemma Westley and Adam Stephens; Above: Amy Suttie, Emma Young, Luke Powell, Gemma Whitehouse and Emma Tarrant.; Left: Graham Hambly (PQ Magazine), Helen Schwarz, Dan Saunders and Hannah Kassimi (Michael Page International)
ROBERT SELLERS Published by Preface Or to give it its full title - Hellraisers: The Life and Inebriated Times Of Richard Burton, Richard Harris, Peter O'Toole and Oliver Reid.
Our proposal has been coordinated at different times by Kerry Burton, Richard Kerrigan and Michael Challen, and includes investigators from several different countries.
(54.) A coterie of British pornographers, including the Richard Burton, Richard Monckton-Milnes (Lord Houghton), Henry Edward Vaux Bellamy, James Campbell, Charles Algernon Swinburne, and Edward Sellon, belonged to the Royal Geographic Society and the Anthropological Society of London, both of which were concerned with the documentation of other places and other people.
The most important college for this pursuit was Christ Church College, Oxford, which boasted the presence of Hakluyt, Robert Burton, Richard Carew, Sir Philip Sidney, and William Camden, whose Britannia of 1586 "defined and stabilized local history" (p.
At the old folks' treat, back from left, are the Rev Sue Burton, Richard Burton and chairman Margaret |Moriarty, pictured with guests.
"The common denominator of all my friends is that they're dead," he joked mordantly in an interview for the 2008 book "Hellraisers," which chronicled O'Toole's career alongside those of his contemporaries Richard Burton, Richard Harris and Oliver Reed.
It has been fully embraced by Pat Rabbitte, Joan Burton, Richard Bruton, Leo Varadkar, Brendan Howlin and the Taoiseach, all of whom breached public pay guidelines for their staff.