How to use Mawson in a sentence
A contemporary, and colleague of Ernest Shackleton and Captain Scott, Mawson was even tougher.
In the afternoon, Dr. Mawson's party forged ahead, the dogs romping along on a downhill grade.
All the theories vanished when the figure assumed the well-known form of Dr. Mawson.
All hands pulled the other sledge, and we came up fifteen minutes later with Dr. Mawson's camp at eighteen and a quarter miles.
Shortly after eight o'clock we caught sight of Dr. Mawson's camp, and set sail to make up the interval.
I left instructions that a flag should be flown on the wireless mast if Dr. Mawson returned.
British Dictionary definitions for Mawson
Sir Douglas. 1882–1958, Australian Antarctic explorer, born in England
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