The picture is believed to have been taken in October, 1921, by a holidaymaker who chanced upon
Shackleton and his team inMadeira on theway to his final Antarctic expedition.
AFTER getting lost in Warwick I chanced upon
the Westgate Fish Bar close to Warwick Castle.
I CHANCED upon
a group of yobs attempting to demolish a bus shelter by means of vicious karate kicks the other evening in Twickenham Drive, Leasowe.
Myosotis, as Latin scholars call it, likes being beside a stream and once upon a medieval time was chanced upon
by a German knight, picnicking on the banks of the Danube with his young lady.
In looking around for some information about quality for this month's issue, I chanced upon
an analysis produced by the Power Information Network (PIN), which is a division of J.D.
My children have chanced upon
one early gift already.
During a quiet few milliseconds in the office, we chanced upon
the website www.minimalsworld.net/BrazilName/brazilian at which you can convert your own name into its Brazilian equivalent (apparently).
Resigned to a bill for several thousand pounds to get the thing to run more cleanly, he chanced upon
an ad for BP Ultimate Unleaded Diesel, claiming to reduce emissions, so he filled his tank up.
The political moral of Layard's story is that we are duty-bound to contrive a more Swedish America (and Britain), a point the prescient Labour Party economist was pressing years before he chanced upon
the exciting "new science" of happiness.
We started in Beijing, and before setting off on the trek proper we had a chance to see some touristy sights like Tiananmen Square, where we chanced upon
teams of people in blue overalls peeling chewing gum off the pave stones.
Turning on the TV, I chanced upon
Peter Mandelson talking about his planned appointment to the European Commission.
The group had chanced upon
the cave for the first time while exploring the hillside's many fluid-filled conduits.