Robert

[n] - United States parliamentary authority and author (in 1876) of Robert`s Rules of Order (1837-1923)
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Robert

Rob'ert noun (Botany) See Herb Robert , under Herb .
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robert

<botany> See Herb Robert, under Herb. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Robert

Henry M. Robert noun United States parliamentary authority and author (in 1876) of Robert`s Rules of Order (1837-1923)
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Robert

• (n.) See Herb Robert, under Herb.
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Robert

(from the article `United Kingdom`) No one was enthusiastic about accepting Matilda as queen, especially as her husband, Geoffrey of Anjou, was actually at war with Henry at the time of ...
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Robert

Norman adventurer who settled in Apulia, in southern Italy, about 1047 and became duke of Apulia (1059). He eventually extended Norman rule over ... [16 related articles]
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Robert

Latin emperor of Constantinople from 1221 to 1228. He was so ineffective that the Latin Empire (consolidated by his uncle, Henry of Flanders) was ...
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Robert

Angevin prince and Guelf (papal party) leader who ruled Naples as king for 34 years (1309–43).[3 related articles]
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Robert

Robert is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Brilliant, Illuminated Fame` Where is it used? The name Robert is mainly used In English, French, Scandinavian and In Romanian.How do they say it elsewhere? Raibeart ( In Scottish) Roberto ( In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese) Róbert ( In Hungarian) Rupert ( In German, Dutch and In E...
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Robert

Martin, Robert (World Traveler) Memoir of a trip from Tanzania to Iraq in 1965.
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[Bob] Robert (Bob) Jani (1934-1989) was an American event producer who specialized in spectaculars. He is most recognized for his affiliation with the Walt Disney Company and some of its most famous entertainment events. He is also credited with producing the 1976 U.S. Bicentennial Celebration in New York Harbor and the Super Bowl half-time...
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Robert

[singer] Robert, or RoBERT (born Myriam Roulet in Paris on 14 October 1964), is a French singer, composer and lyricist. An independent artist and songwriter, Robert`s musical style is described as fairy-like, halfway between the tragic and the gothic, sometimes with a pinch of absurdity. Themes of death, childhood, and love regularly appear...
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Robert

[Bob] Robert (Bob) Curtis Memorial Airport {airport codes|ORV|PFNO|D76} is a state-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile (1.8 km) north of the central business district of Noorvik, a village in the Northwest Arctic Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska. As per Federal Aviation Administration records, this airport had 6,523 passen...
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Robert

Type: Term Pronunciation: rō′bĕrt Definitions: 1. Heinrich, L.F., German gynecologist, 1814-1878. See: Robert pelvis
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Robert

(I) King of Scots from 1306, successful guerrilla fighter, and grandson of Robert de Bruce. In 1307 he displayed his tactical skill in the Battle of Loudun Hill against the English under Edward I, and defeated the English again under Edward II at Bannockburn in 1314. In 1328 the Treaty of Nort...
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Robert

(II) Duke of Normandy 1087–1106. He was the son of William the Conqueror, and a noted crusader 1096–1100. When the English throne passed to his younger brother William II in 1087, Robert was unable to recover it by war. In 1106 Robert again attempted to recover England from Henry I, ...
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Robert

(I) Duke of Normandy from 1027. Also known as the Magnificent, he was the father of William the Conqueror, and was legendary for his cruelty. He became duke after the death of his brother Richard III, in which he may have been implicated
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Robert

[Bobby] This category features articles and media related to the Yoko Tsuno series by Roger Leloup ...
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Robert

[Mouseman] Robert (Mouseman) Thompson (7 May 1876 – 8 December 1955) was a British furniture maker. He lived in Kilburn, North Yorkshire, where he set up a business manufacturing oak furniture, which featured a carved mouse on almost every piece. It is claimed that the mouse motif came about accidentally in 1919 following a conversation a...
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Robert

[Bobby] The result of the debate was delete. Joyous (talk) 01:47, July 25, 2005 (UTC) === Michael Hartup === This looks like a vanity page. Delete unless notability demonstrated. -- Karada 08:20, 17 July 2005 (UTC) ...
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Robert

[Tex] Robert `Tex` Allen was a leading actor in both feature films and B-movie westerns between 1935 and 1944. Born as Irvine E. Theodore Baehr on March 28, 1906, in Mount Vernon, New York, Allen went on to graduate from the New York Military Academy in 1924, where he rode in the academy cavalry and from Dartmouth College in 1929 with a deg...
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Robert

The name Robert is a Germanic given name, from Old High German Hrodebert `bright with glory` (a compound of hruod `fame, glory` and berht `bright`). It is also in use as a surname. After becoming widely used in Continental Europe it entered England in its Old French form Robert, where an Old English cognate form (Hrēodbēorht, Hrodberht, Hr...
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Robert

[Bob] Bob Godfrey (born in 1948) is the Deputy Speaker of the state of Connecticut`s General Assembly. A leader of the Council of State Governments, he served as its Eastern Regional Conference Chairman in 2005, National Vice Chair in 2009, as National Chairman-Elect in 2010, and its National Chairman in 2011. A Democrat, Godfrey has repres...
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Robert

[P2P Software] Robert is a file sharing application that relies upon the security and encryption of peers and tunnels inside of I2P. The software uses torrents or a distribution method similar but not compatible to magnet: links, labeled maggot: links (this is intended as a pun on magnet links). Robert is free and open source and is publish...
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