from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Livingstone, David 1813-1873. Scottish missionary and African explorer. He discovered the Zambezi River (1851) and Victoria Falls (1855). Henry M. Stanley found him in Tanzania (1871), and together they attempted to find the source of the Nile.
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- proper n. A Scottish surname, variant of Livingston.
- proper n. David Livingstone, Scottish missionary and African explorer; he discovered the Zambezi River (1851) and Victoria Falls (1855); Henry M. Stanley found him in Tanzania (1871), and together they attempted to find the source of the Nile.
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Priti Patel spoke with Global Voices Online about their intention to liveblog/semi-liveblog (depending on Internet connection at the High Court in Livingstone) the trial.
I arrived in Livingstone, Zambia on Monday for the first ever case in Zambia to determine whether discrimination by the military on the basis of HIV violates the Zambian Constitution.
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From Conservative Home comes this report on how Ken Livingstone is perceived by some of London's Labour MPs.
Earlier today I blogged "about a piece by Nick Cohen entitled" Why Ken Livingstone is not fit for office "."
It wouldn't surprise me, the trouble with Ken Livingstone is that he believes (like many of our Labour masters) that the normal laws and rules do not apply to them.
Nick Cohen's piece starts To understand why Ken Livingstone is unfit to be the Labour candidate for mayor of London, you have to grasp that he has never moved away from the grimy conspirators of the totalitarian left, who have always despised the democratic traditions of the Labour movement.
Ken Livingstone is to work as a consultant to a man who maintains close economic and diplomatic ties with the leaders of Iran and Libya.
Ken Livingstone is to work as a consultant to a tyrant who supports terrorism in neighbouring states via groups such as FARC and who proclaimed his "brotherhood" with Saddam Hussein and bestowed kind words on the Taliban.
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