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PARK, Eng. law. An enclosed chase (q.v.) extending only over a man's own grounds. The term park signifies an enclosure. 2 Bl. Com. 38.

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Mungo Park was his first winner in 340 days, and while he said he has never lost faith in his own ability he admitted that keeping his head right was a battle.
Mungo Park was similarly part of an official expedition, a factor that later led to his death.
NORTHERN ACCORD (3.15), MUNGO PARK (4.45) and PERSIAN WATERS at 5.15 are all expected to run well.
In his 1799 account of his travels, Mungo Park described being looked after by a group of African women who made up a song about him.
You'll also meet explorers you might not have heard of, like Ibn Battuta or Mungo Park, or even an explorer named Henry the Navigator who never left home.
Mungo Park "took" one song down in Africa (the inaccuracy of notation was notorious amongst Europeans) and sent it to the Duchess of Devonshire, who promptly conformed it to the popular rhyme, and tampered with its natural phrasing.
His scientific and historical works, published under his real name, include Niger: The Life of Mungo Park (1934) and The Conquest of the Maya (1934).
Water Music (1981) is based in part on the Scottish explorer Mungo Park's adventures in 18th-century Africa.
Supply Chain Professional of the Year, Richard Dos Santos (centre), with Ingrid Du Buisson of the Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) and SAPICS president Mungo Park
There was also nothing wrong with her close-up second behind Mungo Park at Hamilton in a race that is working out well.