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Robson

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1. Bobby, full name Robert William. born 1933, English footballer and manager of England (1982--90)
2. Bryan. born 1957, English footballer and manager: captain of England (1982--90)
3. Dame Flora. 1902--84, English stage and film actress

Robson

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Mount. a mountain in SW Canada, in E British Columbia: the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. Height: 3954 m (12 972 ft.)

Robson

 

a mountain peak in the Front Range of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It has an elevation of 3,954 m. Mount Robson is covered with permanent snow and glaciers. A spruce and fir forest grows on the foothills and the lower slopes, and alpine meadows and montane sparse forests are found at higher elevations.

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Then in 2013 about four years after the singer's death, Robson sued the Jackson estate for what his attorneys described as molestation that spanned a seven-year period.
terrifying Judge Tony Briggs told Robson when he sentenced her at Teesside Crown Court on Thursday: "It must have been terrifying for her.
QUIET Robson & Jerome A spokesman for Lucy said: "I spoke to her and she is not writing anything for Robson and Jerome.
Press Association Sport understands robson is likely to undergo treatment through today, but hopes to resume training later this week.
Rev Robson said of his Slovakia strike: "A mass of players were all trying to get hold of the ball and Hal just clipped up and got it in.
While leading Durham County Council in the early 90s, Mr Robson fought to have a top-level cricket ground at Chester-le-Street and helped raise the PS1m needed to realise the dream.
Adam Beani, 34, who joined the star, said: "I got a tap on the shoulder and Robson Green was behind me.
Patience has been the key word since Robson returned to action in June this year but after a recent upturn in form, there was optimism she could overcome Vesnina, ranked 108th in the world.
Robson has been without a coach since splitting from Miles Maclagan last month and has been training at Saviano's academy in Florida during the off-season.
After a tight opening two sets Robson stormed home to win 7-6 (7/3) 4-6 6-1 against the world number 33 from Czech Republic in just over two hours.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Robson, born and brought up in Sydney, chalked up 166 over six-and-a-half hours for Middlesex against Sussex, on the same ground where Australia prepared for Thursday's third Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
LAURA Robson could not contain her excitement after mounting an incredible comeback to become the first British woman to reach the fourth round of Wimbledon in 15 years.