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- 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.
- Robert is an Kenya East Africa travel expert and director of Landmarksafaris.com.
- Robert is an accomplished international patent attorney, professor of law, prolific inventor, and entrepreneur, holding over 80 patents of his own.
- Robert was the father of the kings Odo and Robert I of France.
- Robert is the author of ten full-length plays.
- By another deed, David de Chickley gave to Robert, son of Hugh de Strode, knight (G), and his heir, a house in Windsor.
- The problem is most serious in Chicago, where gang leader Al Capone (Robert De Niro) supplies low-quality liquor at high prices.
- Robert Johnson is widely regarded as a father of Delta blues, though Muddy Waters took the sound to Chicago and electrified it.
- His family migrated to Chicago in 1951, and Luther began soaking in the sounds of Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Robert Nighthawk.
- With Robert Plant it was like, we still have to do music, we have to do notes.
- 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.
- Also in the mid-80s, Setzer was the lead guitarist for the touring version of Robert Plant 's ensemble band, The Honeydrippers.
- 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.
- He later took up guitar, eagerly absorbing the classic delta blues styles of Robert Johnson and Son House.
- They said that Robert Johnson must have waited by the crossroads and gotten his guitar fine-tuned.
- 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.
- Chris Bell knew Bonnie Lee Bakely well, the wife of Robert Blake who was shot to death.
- The Baden-Powell family, Sir Robert, his brother, his sister, Agnes, and his wife, Olave, were all active in the scouting and guiding movement.
- Rollo was baptized Robert and his wife, Grisela, the daughter of King Charles, together gave birth to the first dukes of Normandy.
- His two sons, Robert and Gaston Jr., and his daughter, Brigitte, have company jobs but limited authority.
- He was the son of Marquess Odo and Emma, probably the daughter of Robert Guiscard.
- Robert Fulton opens American rivers to two-way travel with his steamboat the Clermont, travelling New York and Albany.
- Four more generations pass until Robert the Strong appears as a count in Paris, Anjou, Blois, Tours, Auxerre, and Nevers.
- The son of Robert II, count of Dreux, he married Alix, half sister and heiress of Arthur I duke of Brittany.
- The House of Capet includes any of the direct descendents of Robert the Strong, count of Tours from 853 to 866.
- 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.
- She made the acquaintance of a local Trench Town youth, Robert Nesta Marley and love, faith and music became their bond.
- In September of 1840, Robert Schumann married the love of his life, Clara Wieck.
- 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.
- Robert ("Bob") Charles Bryan was born on April 29, 1978, in Camarillo, California and is an American male professional tennis player.
- Robert "Bob" Howard[ 4][ 5] (born January 29, 1963)[ 4] better known by his ring name Hardcore Holly, is an American professional wrestler.
- The pious Robert made few friends and many enemies, including his own sons: Hugh Magnus, Henry, and Robert.
- But Robert was still on his way back from the First Crusade and Henry was on the spot, so he seized his chance.
- Henry was crowned emperor by his rival, while Gregory himself had to flee from Rome in the company of his Norman "vassal," Robert Guiscard.
- His eldest son, Robert, became Duke of Normandy, while the next youngest, William, became king of England.
- 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.
- Later Sir Robert wished to hold Yarmouth Castle for James II but the castle's garrison gave their support to William of Orange.
- Her second solo work Late Bloomer, with introduction by Robert Crumb, was published by Fantagraphics in 2005.
- Robert Crumb remembers how Charles told him he was in love with the boy from the film of Long John Silver.
- While Maxon and Robert Crumb eventually moved away, Charles Crumb ended up a recluse living at home with his mother.
- Frank Stella, Robert Rauschenberg, Red Grooms, Jennifer Bartlett and Robert Longo are just a few of the artists whose work is illustrated here.
- Clapton has performed songs by a myriad number of artists, most notably Robert Johnson and J. J. Cale.
- Some of the artists known for this style of ambient music include Robert Fripp.
- Hugh's son - Robert the Pious - was crowned king of France before Capet's demise.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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).
- In his book, "Scouting for Boys," Sir Robert Baden-Powell, Scouting's Founder, recommends the use of Esperanto as a "secret language" among Scouts.
- Sir Robert Baden-Powell, regarded as the founder of the Boy Scout Movement, wrote the first Scouting manual called "Scouting for Boys" in 1908.
- 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.
- Szilárd later moved his work to the University of Chicago where he helped Enrico Fermi and J. Robert Oppenheimer construct the first nuclear reactor.
- Some pioneers of the scientific revolution, such as Robert Hooke and Robert Boyle, either studied at Oxford or were otherwise associated with the university.
- After graduation from the University of Paris in 1884, he traveled to Berlin to study bacteriology at the laboratory of Robert Koch (1843-1910).
- Robert A. Pape is Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago specializing in international security affairs.
- Robert Thurman is a professor and scholar in residence at Columbia University and a Director of Tibet House in New York City.
- Her father is Robert Thurman, a former Buddhist monk, expert of Tibetan Buddhism and professor at Columbian University.
- Directed by Robert Townsend, the film was produced for the Showtime premium cable network, where it first aired on February 24, 2002.
- Tichenor worked as editor Geraldine Peroni 's assistant on several films in the 1990s, including Robert Altman 's film The Player (1992).
- However, the film has its moments, and Robert Mitchum is in his element as the loner anti-hero.
- Identity. If a book were to tell the story of Robert Ludlum, these would be its themes.
- 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.
- However, Robert Oppenheimer, the actual physicist, famously disliked opera, and was wary of dramatists who over-sentimentalized the story of his life.
- Robert Boyle is a founder and a director of Glassbooth, an organization created to develop innovative tools to empower the American voter.
- The director of photography is Robert Richardson, ASC. The film is edited by David Tedeschi.
- ROBERT G. HENRY, DMD, MPH, is director of geriatric dental services and assistant chief of dentistry at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Lexington.
- Another son, Robert, was the founder of the world Scouting movement, and his son Baden was an aviation pioneer and travelled the world extensively.
- Another son, Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, was the founder of the world scouting movement.
- In 1916, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Scouting movement, knew what success looked like for the 10th anniversary of Scouting.
- 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.
- Perhaps the finest testimony to the life and work of Robert Baden-Powell was written by Sir Winston Churchill.
- This story was originally written for an anthology to be edited by Robert Bloch which fell through.
- 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).
- 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.
- 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.
- Starship Troopers is a science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein published in 1959.
- His admirable edition of the works of Robert Burns appeared in 1834, and 5000 copies were speedily sold. In 1836, he published "Lord Roldan," a romance.
- The World Inside is a science fiction novel, written by Robert Silverberg and published in 1971.
- Of course the fans wanted to know was how close would the film be to the novel by Robert Heinlein.
- I, Claudius is a novel by Robert Graves, first published in 1934, dealing sympathetically with the life of the Roman emperor Claudius.
- 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.
- 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.
- Russell is also the author of Striper Wars and Eye of the Whale, about which Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
- Bono's death came just days after Michael Kennedy, a son of Robert F. Kennedy, died in a similar skiing accident.
- Robert Desnos was a son of a café owner.
- 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.
- She published articles and novels, notably in the periodical " Mercure de France ", and befriended Henri Michaux, Pierre Morhange and Robert Desnos.
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- He as so impressed that he instead moved to the University of California, Berkeley, to work with J. Robert Oppenheimer.
- Phillips's supervisor at Berkeley was J. Robert Oppenheimer, who would later become scientific head of the Allied atomic bomb effort, the Manhattan Project.
- At the request of J. Robert Oppenheimer, Gofman helped produce plutonium (not even a quarter-milligram existed at the time) for the Manhattan Project.
- 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.
- J. Robert Oppenheimer, a physicist recruited from the University of California at Berkeley, led the Los Alamos team.
- 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.
- 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.
- Author: Robert Reich is a professor at the University of California at Berkeley.
- ROBERT E. GREENE is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of California at Los Angeles.
- Dr. Robert H. Schuller was dispatched by the Reformed Church to start a new congregation in Garden Grove, California.
- Dale Jarrett scored his first win for Robert Yates in the 1995 race; he won it again in 1997.
- It's a death that still looms large for Robert Yates whenever he visits the track.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Robert Yates and Doug Yates were not at the track Friday, although Slugger Labbe, crew chief for Sadler teammate Dale Jarrett and the No.
- Biography of Robert Frost and a searchable collection of works.
- Robert Bly - Official homepage of the American poet, including biography, works, news, reviews, and an interview.
- This category in other languages: French (4) Robert Desnos - The Academy of American Poets presents a biography, poems, and links.
- He is the connecting-link between the greater " Makars " of the 15th and 16th centuries, and Robert Fergusson and Robert Burns.
- The widowed Estrid afterwards married Robert, Duke of Normandy, father of William the Conqueror, who in 1066 became master of England.
- The team was restructured in late 2007 when Doug Yates bought out his father, Robert, and formed a partnership with Roush Fenway Racing.
- 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.
- Inspired primarily by the works of Robert E. Howard, especially Conan the Barbarian, and by popular role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons.
- 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.
- GURPS Conan, detailing the world in which the adventures of Robert E. Howard 's Conan the Barbarian are set.
- DW: The thing that happened with that team with Robert Huffman - Robert is a great guy.
- Darrell Waltrip: First of all, Robert Huffman is a long-standing member of the Toyota family.
- At the magazine she met Robert Benchley, who became a close friend, and Robert E. Sherwood.
- His work is often compared with other satirists of the time, including Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, and H. L. Mencken.
- Robert Benchley was the managing editor of Vanity Fair, and while everybody called him Bob or Rob, she never did.
- Robert "Rob" Reiner (born March 6, 1947 in The Bronx, New York) an American actor, anti- tobacco activist, director, producer, and writer.
- Robert (Bob) Rafelson (born February 21, 1933 in New York City) is an American film director, writer and producer.
- Robert Townsend (born February 6, 1957 in Chicago, Illinois) is an African American film director, writer, and actor.
- All about Robert Burns the Scottish poet with biographies and collections of his poems.
- Biography There are articles for several people named Robert Blair: * Robert Blair (1699 - February 4, 1746) was a Scottish poet.
- SebRT.com would like to extend a very special welcome to ROBERT SCOBLE! Robert was the famous Microsoft Blogger, not to mention also very prolific.
- Robert Scoble (born January 18, 1965) is an American blogger, technical evangelist, and author.
- From the Hollywood Hills to an undisclosed location in Silicon Valley, I tracked down the King of the Bloggers, Robert Scoble.
- Post a question or answer questions about "Robert Hughes" at WikiAnswers.
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