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Shackleton

Sir Ernest Henry. 1874--1922, British explorer. He commanded three expeditions to the Antarctic (1907--09; 1914--17; 1921--22), during which the south magnetic pole was located (1909)
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Shackleton,a volunteer at the Rescue and Rehome Cyprus shelter, set off on Saturday morning -- at sunset -- from Cape Greco along with a friend, on a trek of about 200 kilometres to Ayios Georgios harbour in Paphos.
The logo commemorates Shackleton's Endurance expedition and features the Shackleton family motto and a 28-point compass representing the 28 crew that survived.
When Sir Ernest Shackleton died at the age of 47 on the 1922 Quest expedition, his wife Emily insisted that her husband be buried on the island of South Georgia.
Two days later, Shackleton was enraged to find Blackborow aboard his ship but soon came around and accepted the stowaway as a member of the ship's crew.
Qualified in electronic engineering, Josh Shackleton experiments with sound to create the audio component of Hildoceras' work.
Attorney General Michael Mischin said Mr Shackleton was a highly professional and well-regarded legal practitioner who had a wide range of experience across several courts.
Shackleton was born in Co Kildare but moved to London with his family as a boy.
Shackleton was the most decorated polar adventurer and the set includes the Royal Geographic Society's Silver Medal, awarded for his part in the landmark British Antarctic expedition aboard Discovery, valued at PS20,000 to PS40,000.
Now, Shackleton, 28, of Canning Street, Benwell, has pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary and one of taking a vehicle without the owner's consent at Newcastle Crown Court.
The Trust wrote to Shackleton on Friday to express their disgust at the decision to hold the meeting in London on March 4.
Ruth Shackleton, 39, who is the team manager of the world-class aerobatic display team, met youngsters of the 346 Tynemouth Squadron in North Shields.
Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam advocated a cover-up of the Balibo Five East Timor controversy, Shirley Shackleton believes.