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  1. Robert is a blues rocker of the highest magnitude, having played with Big Twist, Albert Collins, and A.C. Reed, before stepping out on his own.
  2. Robert is an Kenya East Africa travel expert and director of (Web site)
  3. Robert is an accomplished international patent attorney, professor of law, prolific inventor, and entrepreneur, holding over 80 patents of his own.
  4. Robert was the father of the kings Odo and Robert I of France. (Web site)
  5. Robert is the author of ten full-length plays.


  1. By another deed, David de Chickley gave to Robert, son of Hugh de Strode, knight (G), and his heir, a house in Windsor. (Web site)


  1. The problem is most serious in Chicago, where gang leader Al Capone (Robert De Niro) supplies low-quality liquor at high prices.
  2. Robert Johnson is widely regarded as a father of Delta blues, though Muddy Waters took the sound to Chicago and electrified it.
  3. His family migrated to Chicago in 1951, and Luther began soaking in the sounds of Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Robert Nighthawk. (Web site)

Robert Plant

  1. With Robert Plant it was like, we still have to do music, we have to do notes. (Web site)
  2. Porl Thompson (guitar) left the band once more during 1993 to play with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, and Bamonte took over as lead guitar.
  3. Also in the mid-80s, Setzer was the lead guitarist for the touring version of Robert Plant 's ensemble band, The Honeydrippers.


  1. Photo courtesy of Robert and Shauna Valentine James Valentine, new lead guitarist in the band Maroon 5, was always playing the guitar as a child.
  2. He later took up guitar, eagerly absorbing the classic delta blues styles of Robert Johnson and Son House. (Web site)
  3. They said that Robert Johnson must have waited by the crossroads and gotten his guitar fine-tuned.


  1. Br. Robert de Camera (of the Chamber), father of Nicholas Breakspear, with the consent of his wife, became a monk of St Alban's Abbey at a mature age. (Web site)
  2. Chris Bell knew Bonnie Lee Bakely well, the wife of Robert Blake who was shot to death.
  3. The Baden-Powell family, Sir Robert, his brother, his sister, Agnes, and his wife, Olave, were all active in the scouting and guiding movement. (Web site)


  1. Rollo was baptized Robert and his wife, Grisela, the daughter of King Charles, together gave birth to the first dukes of Normandy. (Web site)
  2. His two sons, Robert and Gaston Jr., and his daughter, Brigitte, have company jobs but limited authority.
  3. He was the son of Marquess Odo and Emma, probably the daughter of Robert Guiscard. (Web site)


  1. Robert Fulton opens American rivers to two-way travel with his steamboat the Clermont, travelling New York and Albany.


  1. Four more generations pass until Robert the Strong appears as a count in Paris, Anjou, Blois, Tours, Auxerre, and Nevers.
  2. The son of Robert II, count of Dreux, he married Alix, half sister and heiress of Arthur I duke of Brittany. (Web site)
  3. The House of Capet includes any of the direct descendents of Robert the Strong, count of Tours from 853 to 866.


  1. Robert Frost himself, according to Lea Newman (book at left), stated that it was “a poem about love that's new in treatment and effect.
  2. She made the acquaintance of a local Trench Town youth, Robert Nesta Marley and love, faith and music became their bond. (Web site)
  3. In September of 1840, Robert Schumann married the love of his life, Clara Wieck. (Web site)


  1. Robert "Bob" Johnson (born 18 March 1944) was a guitarist in the British electric folk band Steeleye Span from 1972-77 and again from 1980-2002.
  2. Robert ("Bob") Charles Bryan was born on April 29, 1978, in Camarillo, California and is an American male professional tennis player.
  3. Robert "Bob" Howard[ 4][ 5] (born January 29, 1963)[ 4] better known by his ring name Hardcore Holly, is an American professional wrestler. (Web site)


  1. The pious Robert made few friends and many enemies, including his own sons: Hugh Magnus, Henry, and Robert. (Web site)
  2. But Robert was still on his way back from the First Crusade and Henry was on the spot, so he seized his chance.
  3. Henry was crowned emperor by his rival, while Gregory himself had to flee from Rome in the company of his Norman "vassal," Robert Guiscard. (Web site)


  1. His eldest son, Robert, became Duke of Normandy, while the next youngest, William, became king of England. (Web site)
  2. His ancestry is uncertain but he was probably the son of William de Hamilton (third son of Robert de Beaumont, 3rd Earl of Leicester) and Mary of Strathearn.
  3. Later Sir Robert wished to hold Yarmouth Castle for James II but the castle's garrison gave their support to William of Orange.

Robert Crumb

  1. Her second solo work Late Bloomer, with introduction by Robert Crumb, was published by Fantagraphics in 2005. (Web site)
  2. Robert Crumb remembers how Charles told him he was in love with the boy from the film of Long John Silver.
  3. While Maxon and Robert Crumb eventually moved away, Charles Crumb ended up a recluse living at home with his mother. (Web site)


  1. Frank Stella, Robert Rauschenberg, Red Grooms, Jennifer Bartlett and Robert Longo are just a few of the artists whose work is illustrated here. (Web site)
  2. Clapton has performed songs by a myriad number of artists, most notably Robert Johnson and J. J. Cale.
  3. Some of the artists known for this style of ambient music include Robert Fripp.


  1. Hugh's son - Robert the Pious - was crowned king of France before Capet's demise. (Web site)
  2. In 996 King Robert II (Robert the Pious) sent him to Rome to ward off a threatened papal interdict over Robert's marriage to Bertha. (Web site)


  1. Robert, also, held a tenure (or burgage) in Buckingham held by a man of Azor, the son of Tote, who paid sixteen pence annually and to the King, five pence.
  2. Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters were avid followers of this man and incorporated some of Mr. House's songs, and way of playing in their music. (Web site)
  3. To the Editor: Robert Bork is clearly a man who spends a good deal of time pondering the Constitution and questions of judicial philosophy (Op-Ed, June 23).


  1. In his book, "Scouting for Boys," Sir Robert Baden-Powell, Scouting's Founder, recommends the use of Esperanto as a "secret language" among Scouts. (Web site)
  2. Sir Robert Baden-Powell, regarded as the founder of the Boy Scout Movement, wrote the first Scouting manual called "Scouting for Boys" in 1908.
  3. In the first edition of "Scouting for Boys" in 1908, Lord Robert Baden-Powell wrote, "No man is much good unless he believes in God and obeys His laws.


  1. Szilárd later moved his work to the University of Chicago where he helped Enrico Fermi and J. Robert Oppenheimer construct the first nuclear reactor.
  2. Some pioneers of the scientific revolution, such as Robert Hooke and Robert Boyle, either studied at Oxford or were otherwise associated with the university.
  3. After graduation from the University of Paris in 1884, he traveled to Berlin to study bacteriology at the laboratory of Robert Koch (1843-1910).


  1. Robert A. Pape is Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago specializing in international security affairs.
  2. Robert Thurman is a professor and scholar in residence at Columbia University and a Director of Tibet House in New York City.
  3. Her father is Robert Thurman, a former Buddhist monk, expert of Tibetan Buddhism and professor at Columbian University.


  1. Directed by Robert Townsend, the film was produced for the Showtime premium cable network, where it first aired on February 24, 2002.
  2. Tichenor worked as editor Geraldine Peroni 's assistant on several films in the 1990s, including Robert Altman 's film The Player (1992).
  3. However, the film has its moments, and Robert Mitchum is in his element as the loner anti-hero.


  1. Identity. If a book were to tell the story of Robert Ludlum, these would be its themes.
  2. As the story goes, Robert Johnson was not a very good guitar player when he dropped from sight only to re-appear as the most gifted player of his time.
  3. However, Robert Oppenheimer, the actual physicist, famously disliked opera, and was wary of dramatists who over-sentimentalized the story of his life.


  1. Robert Boyle is a founder and a director of Glassbooth, an organization created to develop innovative tools to empower the American voter.
  2. The director of photography is Robert Richardson, ASC. The film is edited by David Tedeschi.
  3. ROBERT G. HENRY, DMD, MPH, is director of geriatric dental services and assistant chief of dentistry at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Lexington. (Web site)


  1. Another son, Robert, was the founder of the world Scouting movement, and his son Baden was an aviation pioneer and travelled the world extensively.
  2. Another son, Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, was the founder of the world scouting movement. (Web site)
  3. In 1916, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Scouting movement, knew what success looked like for the 10th anniversary of Scouting. (Web site)


  1. It's a book in two parts - the first a long poem (quite readable) written by an American poet who we are encouraged to think of as someone like Robert Frost.
  2. Perhaps the finest testimony to the life and work of Robert Baden-Powell was written by Sir Winston Churchill. (Web site)
  3. This story was originally written for an anthology to be edited by Robert Bloch which fell through.


  1. For a full account of the songs see James C. Dick, The Songs of Robert Burns now first printed with the Melodies for which they were written (2 vols., 1903). (Web site)
  2. The songs for The Tigger Movie were written by Robert and Richard Sherman who had not written a feature for Disney in over 28 years.
  3. He began to attract crowds playing the music of Robert Johnson, songs like "Come On In My Kitchen" and "Terraplane Blues," on his one-stringed didley bow. (Web site)


  1. Starship Troopers is a science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein published in 1959. (Web site)
  2. His admirable edition of the works of Robert Burns appeared in 1834, and 5000 copies were speedily sold.[8] In 1836, he published "Lord Roldan," a romance. (Web site)
  3. The World Inside is a science fiction novel, written by Robert Silverberg and published in 1971.


  1. Of course the fans wanted to know was how close would the film be to the novel by Robert Heinlein. (Web site)
  2. I, Claudius is a novel by Robert Graves, first published in 1934, dealing sympathetically with the life of the Roman emperor Claudius. (Web site)
  3. Her later life, around the time of the death of Marcellus, is depicted in the acclaimed 1976 television adaptation of Robert Graves 's novel I, Claudius.


  1. Seigenthaler would serve as one of the pallbearers at his funeral, and later co-edited the book An Honorable Profession: A Tribute to Robert F. Kennedy.
  2. Russell is also the author of Striper Wars and Eye of the Whale, about which Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (Web site)
  3. Bono's death came just days after Michael Kennedy, a son of Robert F. Kennedy, died in a similar skiing accident. (Web site)

Robert Desnos

  1. Robert Desnos was a son of a café owner.
  2. May 13. Premire of L'Etoile de Mer (The Star of the Sea), a film by Man Ray based on a poem by Robert Desnos, at the Studio des Ursulines.
  3. She published articles and novels, notably in the periodical " Mercure de France ", and befriended Henri Michaux, Pierre Morhange and Robert Desnos. (Web site)


  1. Find Robert Burns Books - Buy used, new, rare and out-of-print robert burns books.
  2. Find Books by Robert Desnos - Buy used, new, rare and out-of-print books by robert desnos.
  3. Find Books by Robert Saxton - Buy used, new, rare and out-of-print books by robert saxton.


  1. He as so impressed that he instead moved to the University of California, Berkeley, to work with J. Robert Oppenheimer.
  2. Phillips's supervisor at Berkeley was J. Robert Oppenheimer, who would later become scientific head of the Allied atomic bomb effort, the Manhattan Project. (Web site)
  3. At the request of J. Robert Oppenheimer, Gofman helped produce plutonium (not even a quarter-milligram existed at the time) for the Manhattan Project. (Web site)


  1. One set of the class notes was taken in a 1939 course on Quantum Mechanics taught by Robert J. Oppenheimer, a physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project.
  2. J. Robert Oppenheimer, a physicist recruited from the University of California at Berkeley, led the Los Alamos team.
  3. Known as the Manhattan Project, the work was carried out under the direction of the US physicist J Robert Oppenheimer at Los Alamos, New Mexico.


  1. Robert Reich is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley who served as the 22nd United States Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton.
  2. Author: Robert Reich is a professor at the University of California at Berkeley.
  3. ROBERT E. GREENE is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of California at Los Angeles.


  1. Dr. Robert H. Schuller was dispatched by the Reformed Church to start a new congregation in Garden Grove, California.

Robert Yates

  1. Dale Jarrett scored his first win for Robert Yates in the 1995 race; he won it again in 1997.
  2. It's a death that still looms large for Robert Yates whenever he visits the track. (Web site)
  3. Robert Yates stepped aside at the end of last season, and son, Doug, formed an alliance with Roush Fenway Racing that has kept the team afloat.


  1. Formerly known as Robert Yates Racing, the team is owned by Doug Yates, who took the reins after his father, Robert Yates, retired following the 2007 season. (Web site)
  2. Since that time he has served as crew chief for various teams including those owned by Jasper Motorsports, Ricky Rudd, Robert Yates and Joe Gibbs.
  3. Robert Yates and Doug Yates were not at the track Friday, although Slugger Labbe, crew chief for Sadler teammate Dale Jarrett and the No.


  1. Biography of Robert Frost and a searchable collection of works.
  2. Robert Bly - Official homepage of the American poet, including biography, works, news, reviews, and an interview.
  3. This category in other languages: French (4) Robert Desnos - The Academy of American Poets presents a biography, poems, and links. (Web site)

Robert Fergusson

  1. He is the connecting-link between the greater " Makars " of the 15th and 16th centuries, and Robert Fergusson and Robert Burns.


  1. The widowed Estrid afterwards married Robert, Duke of Normandy, father of William the Conqueror, who in 1066 became master of England.
  2. The team was restructured in late 2007 when Doug Yates bought out his father, Robert, and formed a partnership with Roush Fenway Racing.
  3. A father who played saxophone and a mother who was a dancer naturally led Robert to experience life through the complex prism of music and entertainment.


  1. Inspired primarily by the works of Robert E. Howard, especially Conan the Barbarian, and by popular role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons.
  2. Barnes said that when he was growing up, he was trying to find the answer to "What is it to be a man?" so he read Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard. (Web site)
  3. GURPS Conan, detailing the world in which the adventures of Robert E. Howard 's Conan the Barbarian are set.

Robert Huffman

  1. DW: The thing that happened with that team with Robert Huffman - Robert is a great guy.
  2. Darrell Waltrip: First of all, Robert Huffman is a long-standing member of the Toyota family.

Robert Benchley

  1. At the magazine she met Robert Benchley, who became a close friend, and Robert E. Sherwood.
  2. His work is often compared with other satirists of the time, including Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, and H. L. Mencken.
  3. Robert Benchley was the managing editor of Vanity Fair, and while everybody called him Bob or Rob, she never did. (Web site)


  1. Robert "Rob" Reiner (born March 6, 1947 in The Bronx, New York) an American actor, anti- tobacco activist, director, producer, and writer.
  2. Robert (Bob) Rafelson (born February 21, 1933 in New York City) is an American film director, writer and producer. (Web site)
  3. Robert Townsend (born February 6, 1957 in Chicago, Illinois) is an African American film director, writer, and actor. (Web site)

Scottish Poet

  1. All about Robert Burns the Scottish poet with biographies and collections of his poems.
  2. Biography There are articles for several people named Robert Blair: * Robert Blair (1699 - February 4, 1746) was a Scottish poet. (Web site)

Robert Scoble

  1. would like to extend a very special welcome to ROBERT SCOBLE! Robert was the famous Microsoft Blogger, not to mention also very prolific.
  2. Robert Scoble (born January 18, 1965) is an American blogger, technical evangelist, and author.
  3. From the Hollywood Hills to an undisclosed location in Silicon Valley, I tracked down the King of the Bloggers, Robert Scoble.

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