Robertson

[crater] The inner wall of the crater rim has a wide, complex formation of multiple terraces. The rim is approximately circular, but with an irregular outline where various terraces have slumped away. The interior has a central peak at the midpoint, and this is joined to a rugged stretch of ground that connects with the northeastern rim. A ...
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Robertson

[cyclecar] James Robertson was a British automobile manufacturer from 1915-1916 in Manchester. The Robertson Cyclecar had a V-2, twin-cylinder JAP engine rated at 8 bhp (5kw). ===Sources=== ...
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Robertson

Robertson, Stuart (revised by Frederic G. Cassidy) Prentice-Hall, Inc.; Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; 1954.
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Robertson

Type: Term Pronunciation: rob′ĕrt-sŏn See: Argyll Robertson
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Robertson

Winegrowing area (District) in South Africa that to the region Breede River Valley belongs. It is in the form of a semicircular oasis as a basin around the Breede River. In the northeast, the area borders the region Small Karoo at. Robertson is divided into the nine Wards Agterkliphoogte, Bonnievale, Boesmansrivier, Eilandia, Hoopsrivier, Klaasvoog...
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