Carter, Robert

Carter, Robert “King”

(1663–1732) colonial official, landowner; born in Lancaster County, Va. He served in the Virginia Assembly (1691–92, 1695–99) and the Council (1699–1732). A large landowner himself, he became the agent for the wealthy Fairfax family in 1702 and used his position to become one of the wealthiest men in the colonies. His political and economic position earned him the title of "King Carter" or "King Robin."
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Additionally, he interviewed key participants in these events, including former President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, Robert Dole, James Hooper, John Limbert, and Gary Sick.
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Rick Carter, Robert Stromberg (production designers), Kim Sinclair (set decorator)
Deeds stole the names of Ros Carter, Robert Hunt, David Heard, Gary Jacobs, Mark Davies, Patrick Coolican, Patricia Coolican, Jason Royal, Adam Brookes, Gary Knowles and Alan Brookes.
The exhibition also includes important works by artists such as Robert Breer, James Lee Byars, Nathan Carter, Robert Gober, Michael Heizer, Ellsworth Kelly, Barbara Kruger, Adrian Piper, Fred Sandback, Paul Sharits, Robert Smithson and Al Taylor amongst others.
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The film features interviews with Julia Roberts, Sheryl Crow, Larry Hagman, Willie Nelson, former President Jimmy Carter, Robert Kennedy Jr.
The jockeys previously found guilty under rule 243, which was introduced in 2003 when the recommended penalty was a fine of pounds 1,000 to pounds 5,000, or suspension/disqualification, have been Graham Bradley, Gary Carter, Robert Winston, Fran Ferris, Brian Reilly, Dean Williams, Luke Fletcher, Robbie Fitzpatrick, Shane Kelly, Josh Byrne, David Nolan and Dean Mernagh.
Paul Robinson, Dean Kiely, Darren Carter, Robert Koren, Richard Chaplow and Paul McShane are among others who have shown great commitment, while not always producing their best form.
A good adult cast includes Jim Carter, Robert Bathurst, Caroline Goodall and Vanessa Redgrave.
68 Jarrod Moseley (Aus), Mikko Ilonen (Fin), Nobuhito Sato (Jpn), David Carter, Robert Karlsson (Swe), Gary Murphy, Stuart Little