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Brian Branston, Producer: Adventure. Born in 1921 to a modest mining family on the outskirts of Sheffield, Yorkshire, Branston studied History at Sheffield University and spent his 20s serving in the British Army in Burma during the Second World War. On his return from duty he pursued a career at the BBC becoming involved in the production of many documentaries, particularly focusing.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" is a common saying that originated from a famous Chinese proverb. The quotation is from Chapter 64 of the Dao De Jing ascribed to Laozi, although it is also erroneously ascribed to his contemporary, Confucius. This saying teaches that even the longest and most difficult ventures have a starting point; something which begins with one first step.
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Our two great American holidays are, of course, Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July. As a last resort, I turned to nature, jumping into the Snake River in Clarkston, Washington; Lake Champlain in Vermont; Lake Erie in Erie, Pennsylvania; Lake Michigan in Holland, Michigan; the freezing Atlantic in Portland, Maine; and the also-freezing Pacific along the West Coast. The Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, a branch of the New York Public Library system, is in the Flatiron district of Manhattan.
Paulo Adario is a veteran ecologist who lives there.
Thousands moved into newly settled cities. But the Taushiro, along with many other tribes, took another route: They decided to disappear.
Maybe only a few thousand people spoke Taushiro at its peak. Ben C. Solomon/The New York Times. An Age of Rubber, and Slavery. The problems began with rubber. Thousands moved into newly settled cities.