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Cousteau

Jacques Yves . 1910--97, French underwater explorer
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Souness told Virgin Media Sport Ireland: "This guy [Fabinho], twice he had Kante dance past him as if he had Jacques Cousteau boots, lead boots on.
It was part of the 'Legends of the Deep' series by Fabien and Celine Cousteau.
Cousteau, a curious pathfinder, will be providing travel tips to ensure even the most curious of travelers are gratified.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company welcomed "world-renowned" oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau, who took young guests and adults on a 'Land to Sea' journey.
The 15-year-old from Saar gave up precious time from her studies as she revises for her GCSE examinations to attend one of the insightful Cousteau sessions.
Jean-Michel Cousteau interacts with school children and their parents in Dubai.
To that end, Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of French marine expert Jacques Cousteau, was brought in last week by the Russian government to evaluate the conditions in which the animals were being kept.
On his first-ever visit to the kingdom, the visionary behind the global Ritz Kids programme, 'Ocean Discovery with Jean-Michel Cousteau', will take audiences on a 'land to sea' journey - unveiling his life-long expeditions and explorations of unique ocean environments and the natural wonders of the world and beyond.
have defend When Celtic do have the ball, defend than deeper than Jacques Cousteau wearing a pair of concrete slippers.
Picking up from where Cousteau left off, the epic show will dive live inside the 412-foot deep and 984-foot wide mystery, located 46 miles off the coast of Belize.
I suppose you can blame Jacques Cousteau, who was on telly every Tuesday night when I was young.