Robert Dudley

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Dudley, Robert:

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, 1532?–1588, English courtier and favorite of Queen Elizabeth I. A younger son of John Dudley, duke of Northumberland, he was early brought into the society of Edward VI and Princess (later Queen) Elizabeth.
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Next, after a year or two with his kinspeople in Lancashire, in the North of England, he came to London, hoping through literature to win high political place, and attached himself to the household of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Queen Elizabeth's worthless favorite.
The four-part series explored the relationship between the monarch and Robert Dudley.
Robert Dudley, defending, said he accepted his client would face a custodial sentence.
BP chief executive Robert Dudley said the oil major was committed to investments in Russia and had no plans to sell its stake in Rosneft despite Western sanctions against the country.
Previously inaccessible, the tower was built especially for the queen by Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester, before her royal visit in 1575.
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Robert Dudley was Elizabeth's favorite suitor and potential husband-and the Queen thus has been one of the suspects in Amy's murder.
I REMEMBER back in 1976, when I was introduced to Whitchurch High School and the joyous sport of rugby and in particular to the hard task masters that were Steve Williams, an ex-Neath flanker, and Robert Dudley Jones, an ex-Cardiff flanker.
Edward LaScala, Chris Sanford, Paul Cappelli, Cindy Hellman, Mike Maresca, Kevin Maxwell and Robert Dudley bring a wealth of fixed income experience to Sterne Agee, focusing primarily on Investment Grade and High Yield bonds.
Astrologer royal and adviser at the court of Queen Elizabeth I, Dr Dee and his friend and former student, Lord Robert Dudley, travel to the Welsh border in search of the Wigmore Shewstone, a crystal noted for apparent supernatural properties.
BP CEO Robert Dudley said: The project will offer 5,000 job vacancies and will afford 20 percent of Egypt s gas production, adding that the fresh project will moreover assist to develop areas close to the drilling zone.
The company's chief executive, Robert Dudley, has already met with Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi, Prime Minister Hesham Qandil and Energy Minister Hassan Younes on Monday to discuss the project.