- Geoffrey,1921–96, British chemist: Nobel prize 1973.
- James,1757–1825, U.S. military officer, politician, and adventurer.
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In movies, the character seen frequently in Egypt is that of the archaeologist, and Wilkinson uncovers some memorable ones.
Without the Nile,” declares Wilkinson, “there would be no Egypt.
There are also the looting and desecrating “archaeologists” for whom Wilkinson reserves his most scornful language.
As Wilkinson highlights, the rather strange Facebook group has amassed more than 12,000 followers.
Wilkinson, an editor at DeBrief, was on a train, eating a rushed meal.
"They have rowed straight on till they think they are out of hearing," Wilkinson said.
"This is a rum way of defending a town," Wilkinson remarked.
Wilkinson was on board, having come off with the boats with the stores from the Tigre.
"The surprise will be the other way," Wilkinson said angrily.
Wilkinson exclaimed, as he and Edgar ran along by the side of the sailors.
- Jonny . born 1979, English Rugby Union player: scored 1,179 points (an England record) in 92 internationals (1998–2011); scored the last-minute drop goal that won England victory in the final of the 2003 World Cup