Robert, 1765–1815, U.S. engineer and inventor: builder of the first profitable steamboat.
a city in central New York.
a city in central Missouri.
a male given name.
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Robert. 1765–1815, US engineer: designed the first successful steamboat (1807) and steam warship (1814)
American engineer and inventor who developed the first useful submarine and torpedo (1800) and produced the first practical steamboat (1807).
Robert (Charles) born 1937, U.S. scientist, specializing in cancer and AIDS research. a combining form representing Gallic, in the formation of compound words: Gallo-Romance. Contemporary Examples Wesleyan Rap Genius: “We Have Girlfriends. How Can We Promote Sexual Assault?” Olivia Nuzzi June 5, 2014 Europe’s Hidden Ebola Cases Barbie Latza Nadeau October 14, 2014 Which Country […]
(Edgar Algernon) Robert (1st Viscount Cecil of Chelwood) 1864–1958, British statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1937. Robert (1st Earl of Salisburyand1st Viscount Cecil of Cranborne) 1563–1612, British statesman (son of William Cecil). Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-, Salisbury (def 1). William (1st Baron Burghley or Burleigh) 1520–98, British statesman: adviser to Elizabeth I. a male given name: […]
Althea, 1927–2003, U.S. tennis player. Charles Dana [dey-nuh] /ˈdeɪ nə/ (Show IPA), 1867–1944, U.S. artist and illustrator. Josh(ua) 1911–47, U.S. baseball player. Robert (“Bob”) born 1935, U.S. baseball pitcher. a male given name. noun (mainly US) a cocktail consisting of four or more parts dry gin and one part dry vermouth, iced and served with […]
Robert Hutchings [huhch-ingz] /ˈhʌtʃ ɪŋz/ (Show IPA), 1882–1945, U.S. physicist: pioneer in rocketry. Contemporary Examples Exclusive: Bryan Singer Faces New Teen Sex Assault Lawsuit Tim Teeman May 3, 2014 Third Hollywood Power Player Files Motion to Dismiss Sex Abuse Lawsuit Tim Teeman May 21, 2014 The Woman Immigrants Fear Terry Greene Sterling June 3, 2010 […]