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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O'Toole, Burton, Richard Harris, they were all very much men of their time.
Our proposal has been coordinated at different times by Kerry Burton, Richard Kerrigan and Michael Challen, and includes investigators from several different countries.
Bronze winners: Hannah Burton, Richard Canavan, Amy Cookes, Andrew Corcoran, Natalie Dean, Madeleine Hughes, Amy Key, Samantha Leese, Joanne Maconnachie, Natasha Melling, Rachel Miller, Rebecca Morris, Stephen Nelmes, Catherine Nestoruk, Danielle Norris, Adam Novakovic, Rakhee Panchal, Vikki Sherrington, Shefali Srivastava, Harriett Taggart, Ashley Thornton, Richard Tilley, Charlotte Wall and Mark Williams.
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.
His drinking buddies Richard Burton, Richard Harris and the monster that was 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.
Head of property at Watson Burton, Richard Freeman-Wallace, said: "Judging these awards does not get any easier.