Ian Robinson

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Ian Robinson

[publisher] Ian Robinson (July 1, 1934 – April 20, 2004) was an English writer and artist and editor of Oasis Books. ==Biography== Ian Norman Baker Robinson was born in 1934 in Osterley, Middlesex. His father was a civil servant and his maternal grandfather was the Music Hall artist Anchor Baker. His secondary schooling was at St Paul’s...
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Ian Robinson

[author] Ian Robinson (born 1937) is a British literary critic and English professor. He was educated at King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford, and Downing College, Cambridge (he earned firsts in both parts of the English Tripos) where he was a pupil of F. R. Leavis. Robinson served as lecturer and senior lecturer in the English Department...
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Ian Robinson

[Australian politician] Ian Louis Robinson (born 27 March 1925) is an Australian politician. Born in Coraki, New South Wales, he was educated at state schools before becoming a dairy farmer, a journalist and company director. In 1953 he was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly as the Country member for Casino, holding the sea...
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Ian Robinson

[cricket umpire] Ian David Robinson (born 11 March 1947), in Oxford, England, is a former Zimbabwean cricket umpire who officiated in 28 Test Matches and 90 One Day Internationals. He had made his umpiring debut in Zimbabwe`s inaugural Test, against India at Harare in 1992. He has not made an appearance as an umpire since he was sacked by t...
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Ian Robinson

[Australian football umpire] Ian Robinson (born 20 August 1946) was a leading Australian rules football field umpire in the Victorian Football League (VFL) in the 1970s and 1980s. He held the VFL umpiring match record of 353 games from his retirement in 1987 until 1995, when Rowan Sawers overtook him. His nine Grand Finals were umpired in b...
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Ian Robinson

[rationalist] Ian Robinson (born 18 November 1940, Melbourne, Australia) is President Emeritus of the Rationalist Society of Australia and immediate past Chairman of the Rationalist Association of Australia. ==Biography== He was educated at Ivanhoe Grammar School and the University of Melbourne where he graduated with honours in Philosophy....
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