[rob-ert;; German roh-bert] /ˈrɒb ərt;; German ˈroʊ bɛrt/ (Show IPA), 1855–1925, German archaeologist.
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Edward I. 1924–2013, U.S. politician: mayor of New York City 1977–89. Robert [roh-bert] /ˈroʊ bɛrt/ (Show IPA), 1843–1910, German bacteriologist and physician: Nobel Prize 1905. Contemporary Examples Koch Brothers Unveil New Strategy at Big Donor Retreat Peter Stone June 12, 2014 Relax—Both Parties Are Going Extinct Nick Gillespie November 3, 2014 Obama’s Super PAC Hypocrisy: […]
Robert (Charles) 1889–1945, U.S. humorist, drama critic, and actor. Contemporary Examples David Brooks’s Favorite Books David Brooks March 7, 2011 Historical Examples Endurance Test Alan Douglas Endurance Test Alan Douglas The Outdoor Chums in the Big Woods Quincy Allen The Grain Of Dust David Graham Phillips
Robert, 1892–1957, U.S. illustrator and author, especially of children’s books. of or relating to a style of overstuffed sofa or chair that is boxy in shape, with square back and seat cushions and broad, square or rounded arms that are lower in height than the back: a Lawson sofa. Contemporary Examples Nigella Lawson Tells Court […]
Ann, 1736–84, British mystic: founder of Shaker sect in U.S. Charles, 1731–82, American Revolutionary general, born in England. Doris Emrick [em-rik] /ˈɛm rɪk/ (Show IPA), 1905–1986, U.S. painter. Fitzhugh [fits-hyoo or, often, -yoo,, fits-hyoo or, often, -yoo] /ˈfɪtsˌhyu or, often, -ˌyu,, fɪtsˈhyu or, often, -ˈyu/ (Show IPA), 1835–1905, U.S. general and statesman (grandson of Henry […]