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.
Dr Robert Dudley, who is leading the study on behalf of NTW, said the exper iment could cut costs and enable more people to access effective treatment.
Robert Dudley, prosecuting, said the victim was only able to breathe unassisted after three weeks, and has now been repatriated to Germany where he is being treated in hospital for "ongoing cognitive issues.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has received Chief Executive Officer of BP Robert Dudley.
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Leicester Cathedral in Denbigh was the vision of Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester who owned the Plas Castell estate in which the cottage is located.
As the place where Robert Dudley famously wooed Tudor England's most powerful woman, Queen Elizabeth, Kenilworth is aptly the first of four English Heritage castles to see a woman jousting against men this summer.
The grounds include the evocative ruins of a 16th century cathedral built by Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester, and has been the setting for a number of weddings.
The host is Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, the owner of Kenilworth Castle, one of the Queen's favourites and Master of the Horses to the Elizabethan Court.
The four-part series explored the relationship between the monarch and Robert Dudley.
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.