/ (ˈætənbərə) /
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Sir David. born 1926, British naturalist and broadcaster; noted esp for his TV series Life on Earth (1978), The Living Planet (1983), The Life of Birds (1998), The Life of Mammals (2002), and First Life (2010)
his brother, Richard, Baron Attenborough. born 1923, British film actor, director, and producer; his films include Gandhi (1982), Cry Freedom (1987), and Shadowlands (1993)
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How to use Attenborough in a sentence
“This is boom time for meat eaters,” David Attenborough, naturalist and BBC broadcaster, once said.Walking With Wildebeests: Exploring the Serengeti on Foot|Joanna Eede|July 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Richard Attenborough suggested that it would help her craft.Whatever Happened to ‘The O.C.’ Star Mischa Barton?|Ramin Setoodeh|March 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Boot and Attenborough, both of whom later received decorations for gallantry in underground work.The Sherwood Foresters in the Great War 1914 - 1919|Captain W. C. C. Weetman
He went to Attenborough himself and chose it, and mamma thought he was on the cricket-field all the time.Lover or Friend|Rosa Nouchette Carey
I absently poked it up with a paper-knife, and then found that it was a pawn-ticket from Attenborough for 120 upon diamonds.
Attenborough told me that Francis had brought his sister there at different times and placed the plate and diamonds in pawn.