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 By Andrew Gutelle Author Cliff Spohn Author - new and used books
ISBN > By Andrew Gutelle Author Cliff Spohn Author - new and used books
By Andrew Gutelle Author Cliff Spohn Author - new and used books
by Andrew Gutelle (Author), Cliff Spohn (Author) - Baseball's Best: Five True Stories
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 Robinson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Andrew Robinson, British author and editor (born 1957)
Gene Robinson, bishop of the Episcopal diocese of New Hampshire (born 1947)
Robinson and Co. is a department store chain in Singapore and Malaysia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robinson   (636 words)

  
 Robinson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Andrew Robinson, British author and editor (born 1957)
Gene Robinson, bishop of the Episcopal diocese of New Hampshire (born 1947)
Robinson list is a name used for a list that contains addresses or phone numbers of people who do not want to be contacted by marketers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robinson   (555 words)

  
 Robinson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Andrew Robinson, British author and editor (born 1957)
Gene Robinson, bishop of the Episcopal diocese of New Hampshire (born 1947)
Robinson list is a name used for a list that contains addresses or phone numbers of people who do not want to be contacted by marketers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robinson   (667 words)

  
 McNally Robinson - AskTheBrain.com
The five are outfielder Robert Medeiros, second baseman Daren Masanda, and pitchers Daven Hermosura, Robby Robinson, and Andrew McNally.
The author receives a cash award of $3,000, donated by McNally Robinson Booksellers.
The McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award is presented to the Manitoba writer whose adult English language book is judged the best written.
www.askthebrain.com /mcnally_robinson-.html   (667 words)

  
 Andrew Craig Robinson notes extracted from Brady
A.C. Robinson is a contributor to literature as a writer in reviews, the ‘Church of Ireland Gazette,’ etc., chiefly on subjects connected with Biblical Archæology and Criticism; and is the author of an admirable ‘Handbook to St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Historical and Descriptive’ (Guy and Co., Cork 1997)
Andrew Craig Robinson notes extracted from Brady’s Clerical and parochial records first published in 1863, with Cole’s update published in 1903
Richard Bell Robinson, agent to the Bank of Ireland at Cork, was grandson of Patrick Robinson, of Dromore, Co. Down.
www.kinneigh.cork.anglican.org /BALLYMONEY/andrew_craig_robinson_notes_extr.htm   (667 words)

  
 Author
Andrew's first travelogue, 'Annapurna Circuit: Himalayan Journey' published by Constable and Robinson in 1997 has been translated into German by Frederking and Thaler under the title 'Rund um den Annapurna' in September 2001.
Andrew Stevenson was born in Canada, but spent his childhood in Hong Kong, India, Kenya, Scotland, Malaysia and Singapore.
The images may not be used in whole or part without prior written consent by Andrew Stevenson.
awstevenson.com   (443 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: November 27
Charles Austin Beard (November 27, 1874 - September 1, 1948) was an American historian, author with James Harvey Robinson of The Development of Modern Europe (1907).
Andrew Meikle (1719- 27 November 1811) was an early mechanical engineer credited with, in about 1786, inventing (though some say he only improved on an earlier design) the threshing machine (used for removing the outer husks from grains of wheat, etc; occasionally also known as a thrashing machine), regarded as...
On the cover of Playboy, July 1981 Jayne Kennedy (born Jayne Harrison on November 27, 1951 in Wickliffe, Ohio) is an American actress, model and sportscaster.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/November-27   (9301 words)

  
 Editorial Notes (non-js) - _Letter to the Women of England_ by Mary Robinson - Electronic Editions, Romantic Circles
General Burgoyne: Lieutenant-General John Burgoyne (d.1792) was a successful playwright (author of The Heiress, A Comedy) and one of Robinson’s admirers; his tributory poem to Robinson was included by her daughter in the 1806 Poetical Works.
Sir Andrew Ague-cheek: Sir Andrew Ague-cheek was the cowardly and simple drinking companion of Sir Toby in Shakespeare’s play Twelfth Night.
When Sir Toby suggests him as a potential suitor of Olivia to her maid Maria, he defends his friend’s suit by claiming that "He’s as tall a man as any’s in Illyria." Although Sir Toby used the word "tall" to mean brave, Maria takes him literally when she asks, "What’s that to the purpose?
www.rc.umd.edu /editions/robinson/rnotesb.html   (9301 words)

  
 Brass Lantern The 2000 XYZZY Awards Ceremony
The awards were spread among many games, with only Being Andrew Plotkin, by J. Robinson Wheeler, taking more than one award.
Best NPCs : Being Andrew Plotkin (J. Robinson Wheeler)
After I won the Best NPCs award earlier in the ceremony, I was quite content and ready to walk away a happy author.
www.brasslantern.org /community/comps/xyzzy2000.html   (9301 words)

  
 Civil Engineering Bookstore -- Books by Robert McClure
Author(s): Robert John Le Mesurier, Sir McClure, Andrew Schneider
Author(s): Robert K. Robinson, Billie K. Allen, Geralyn McClure Franklin...
Author(s): Robert Albanese, Geralyn McClure Franklin, Peter Wright
www.civilbook.com /index/page/2/author/Robert_McClure.html   (9301 words)

  
 Comment is free: Contributors A-Z
Andrew Glyn is an economics fellow at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and the author of Capitalism Unleashed.
George Monbiot is the author of the bestselling books The Age of Consent and Captive State, and the recipient of a United Nations 500 award for environmental achievement.
John Grieve Smith is a fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge.
commentisfree.guardian.co.uk /contributors_a-z.html   (8560 words)

  
 Mall Store
Martin Robinson Delany was an author physician, colonizationist, abolitionist, and editor from Pittsburgh.
Martin R. Delany of the 104th U.S. Colored Infantry and Color-Sergeant Andrew J. Smith of the 55th Colored Volunteers Massachusetts Regiment.
Andrew Jackson Smith was a runaway slave from Kentucky who was among the first to join an African-American regiment in the North.
home.indy.net /~concepts/khabir/war.htm   (158 words)

  
 Science Fiction Writer Robert J. Sawyer: Canadian Science Fiction
Identifiable Canadian locales also appear in some of the short fiction of Andrew Weiner and in the novels and short stories of Spider Robinson, who often draws upon Nova Scotia, where he used to live, and British Columbia, where he currently lives.
The most notable attempts were Penguin Canada's release of Robinson's Melancholy Elephants and McClelland and Stewart's publication of Terence M. Green's second novel, the time-travel story Children of the Rainbow (1992).
The Canadian literary establishment does not perceive genre barriers the same way Americans do, so it is not unusual for a mainstream Canadian author to try his or her hand at SF, often with great success.
www.sfwriter.com /egcanadi.htm   (158 words)

  
 Brass Lantern The 2000 XYZZY Awards Ceremony
The awards were spread among many games, with only Being Andrew Plotkin, by J. Robinson Wheeler, taking more than one award.
Best Individual Puzzle : The whole game of Replay (Andrew Pontious)
After I won the Best NPCs award earlier in the ceremony, I was quite content and ready to walk away a happy author.
www.brasslantern.org /community/comps/xyzzy2000.html   (158 words)

  
 GMU Robinson Professors: James Trefil
In 2002 he was the general editor of The Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, co-author of Good Seeing, a scientific history of the Carnegie Institution, and author of The Laws of Nature.
In 2000 American Institute of Physics chose him to receive the Andrew W. Gemant Award, presented for outstanding and sustained contributions in bridging the gap between science and society.
He is a frequent keynote speaker at educational conferences and lectures to members of the federal and state judiciaries on the connection between science and the law.
www.gmu.edu /robinson/trefil.htm   (347 words)

  
 RILEY MSS. III
Eleanor B. Floyd, Henry James Forman, Eugene Noble Foss, Daniel Chester French, Norman Rowland Gale, Hamlin Garland, Austin George, Leigh Robinson Gignilliat, Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Andrew W.
Included also is a manuscript of a proposed book on James Whitcomb Riley by Edmund Henry Eitel, 1886-1960, author and nephew of Riley.
Ruth (Leclitner) Corey, George Bruce Cortelyou, Stanley Coulter, Eugene Chase Cowles, Edgar Dean Crumpacker, M.B. Culbertson, Will Cumback, Mrs.
www.iub.edu /~liblilly/lilly/mss/html/riley3.html   (347 words)

  
 APA Pacific Division - 2005 Pacfic Division Program
The Organizing Committee for the Mini-Conference on Rufus of Cornwall is composed of Rega Wood (Stanford) - Chair, Andrew Arana (Kansas State University), John Carriero (University of California-Los Angeles), Victor Caston (University of California-Davis), Neil Lewis (Georgetown University), Christopher J. Martin (University of Auckland), Alva Noe; (University of California-Berkeley), and Jennifer Ottman (Stanford University).
The Organizing Committee for the Mini-Conference on the Philosophy of the Emotions is composed of Robert Solomon (University of Texas) - Chair, John Deigh (University of Texas), Ronald de Sousa (University of Toronto), Paul Griffiths (University of Queensland), Kathleen Higgins (University of Texas), Jerome Neu (University of California-Santa Cruz), and Jenefer Robinson (University of Cincinnati)
Topic: Author Meets Critics: John McClendon, C.L.R. James’s “Notes on Dialectics:” Left Hegelianism or Marxism-Leninism
apa-pacific.org /archive/2005p.php   (4910 words)

  
 Buy William. Matheson @ GotJapan : Books, Travel Guides, DVD, Electronics, Cameras, Reviews
Children's Books in the Rare Book Division of the Library of Congress: Author, Title and Chronological Catalogs
by Gunnar Andersson, William W. Deardorff, Ephrem Fernandez, Robert Gatchel, Leonard N. Matheson, Donna D. Ohnmeiss, Peter B. Polatin, Richard C. Robinson, John J. Triano
by Andrew Matheson, Steven L. Buchmann, Christopher O'Toole, Paul Westrich, Ingrid H. Williams
www.gotjapan.com /shop/SearchKeyword/William.%20Matheson/books/keyword/1.html   (4910 words)

  
 Author
Andrew's first travelogue, 'Annapurna Circuit: Himalayan Journey' published by Constable and Robinson in 1997 has been translated into German by Frederking and Thaler under the title 'Rund um den Annapurna' in September 2001.
His travelogue on Norway, 'Summer Light: A walk across Norway' was published by Lonely Planet in the spring of 2002.
His second travelogue, 'Kiwi Tracks: A New Zealand Journey' was published by Lonely Planet in its Journeys series in 1999.
www.awstevenson.com   (443 words)

  
 Metroactive Arts TV Fan Fiction
Paramount also ordered Deep Space Nine actors Alexander Siddig and Andrew Robinson (Dr. Bashir and Cardassian spy Garak, respectively) to stop engaging in ribald speculation about their characters' true feelings for each other at fan conventions, while Lucasfilm several years ago launched its own crackdown against the burgeoning crop of Luke/Han, Luke/Obi-Wan and Obi-Wan/Darth Slash.
The major Slashed science-fiction franchises are well aware of what these women are writing about their trademarked characters, and the studios' reactions to this unauthorized fantasizing have been predictably hostile.
For example, Psycho author and prolific TV scribe Robert Bloch started as a teenage H.P. Lovecraft pastichist, and his adoration was duly rewarded: Lovecraft created a young hero named "Robert Blake," then gruesomely killed him off during the course of his story "The Haunter of the Dark."
www.metroactive.com /papers/metro/05.07.98/tv-9818.html   (1851 words)

  
 Books, Listed by Author
* +The Mammoth Book of Vintage Science Fiction: Short Novels of the 1950s (with Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh) (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-621-X, Nov ’90 [Oct ’90], $8.95, 503pp, tp, cover by Peter Andrew Jones) Anthology of ten sf short novels of the ’50s, with an introduction by Asimov.
* *Science Fiction and Fantasy Story-A-Month 1989 Calendar (with Martin H. Greenberg) (Pomegranate 0-87654-237-2, Oct ’88 [Nov ’88], $9.95, unpaginated, ca) Anthology of 12 very short stories plus photographs of the authors, arranged as a 1989 wall calendar.
* *The Mammoth Book of Golden Age Science Fiction: Short Novels of the 1940s (with Charles G. Waugh & Martin H. Greenberg) (Robinson 1-85487-017-3, Jun ’89, £4.99, 504pp, tp) Sf anthology.
www.locusmag.com /index/b28.html   (2738 words)

  
 The SF Site: The Best in Science Fiction and Fantasy
This is the first issue of a new quarterly speculative fiction magazine from Wales making its appearance with nine stories by authors such as Karen M. Roberts, Peter Andrew Smith, Melissa Mead, Cherith Baldry and Paul Renault along with three short pieces called Farthing drabbles.
The author's career as a singer was the inspiration for Nevya, an ice planet where energy is created psychically through music.
The ancestor is clearly the pub story (think of Tales from the White Hart by the decidedly unquirky Arthur C. Clarke) but these have evolved by ways as varied as R.A. Lafferty's crackpot team of researchers and the denizens of Spider Robinson's Callahan's Bar.
www.sfsite.com   (1487 words)

  
 The SF Site: The Best in Science Fiction and Fantasy
This is the first issue of a new quarterly speculative fiction magazine from Wales making its appearance with nine stories by authors such as Karen M. Roberts, Peter Andrew Smith, Melissa Mead, Cherith Baldry and Paul Renault along with three short pieces called Farthing drabbles.
The author's career as a singer was the inspiration for Nevya, an ice planet where energy is created psychically through music.
The ancestor is clearly the pub story (think of Tales from the White Hart by the decidedly unquirky Arthur C. Clarke) but these have evolved by ways as varied as R.A. Lafferty's crackpot team of researchers and the denizens of Spider Robinson's Callahan's Bar.
www.sfsite.com   (1487 words)

  
 Top medical school honours 'the Black Florence Nightingale'
Elizabeth Anionwu, head of the Mary Seacole Centre for Nursing Practice at Thames Valley University and an honorary professor at LSHTM and Jane Robinson, author of a 2004 biography of Mary Seacole.
LSHTM Director Professor Sir Andrew Haines said: "Mary Seacole overcame prejudice to make a major contribution to nursing injured troops in the Crimea, despite having her applications rejected by the War Office, the army medical department and those selecting assistants for Florence Nightingale.
Mary - who was forced to raise her own funds to travel to the Crimea - was financially ruined after the war.
www.lshtm.ac.uk /news/2005/seacole.html   (466 words)

  
 Brass Lantern The 2000 XYZZY Awards Ceremony
The awards were spread among many games, with only Being Andrew Plotkin, by J. Robinson Wheeler, taking more than one award.
After I won the Best NPCs award earlier in the ceremony, I was quite content and ready to walk away a happy author.
Best Use of Medium : Shrapnel (Adam Cadre)
www.brasslantern.org /community/comps/xyzzy2000.html   (466 words)

  
 Famous Presbyterians
James Robinson (abt 1769 - aft 1847) Rev.
Gordon Powell (minister and author) Christina Jollie Smith (Communist) Sir Robert Menzies and Belle Menzies (lawyer/politician and missionary) James Balfour (business and lay leader) Dame Nellie Melba and her father (soprano and builder) Frank Crean (politician) Sir Esler Barber (judge) F.
1783) James Inglis, D.D. Rev. Nathanael Irwin (1756-1812) President Andrew Jackson (b.
www.adherents.com /largecom/fam_pres.html   (466 words)

  
 Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings
Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings (1994, dir: Jeff Burr; cast: Andrew Robinson, Ami Dolenz, Soleil Moon Frye, J. Trevor Edmond, Hill Harper, Alexander Polinsky, Mark McCracken, Steven Kanaly, Gloria Hendry, Lilyan Chauvin, Caren Kaye, J.P. Manoux, John Gatins, Roger Clinton, Linnea Quigley, Kane Hodder, R.A. Mihailoff)
A horror film review by the author of Vampire Nation and Halloween Candy.
An aggressively average horror film, mildly enjoyable but forgettable, its few smallish rises matched by some minor dips.
www.communistvampires.com /horror/Pumpkinhead%202.htm   (718 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: hellraiser: Search Results All Products
Hellraiser (Widescreen/Full Screen) Andrew Robinson (October 1, 2002 - DVD)
Hellraiser Spring Slaughter: Razing Hell by Larry Wachowski (Author) (Hardcover - March 1994)
Hellraiser III [Soundtrack] Randy Miller, et al (January 15, 1993 - Audio CD)
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/external-search?tag=darkgift-20&keyword=hellraiser&mode=blended   (323 words)

  
 v7n78
Vigorously directed by Andrew J. Robinson, "Godot" centers around Gogo (Robin Gammel) and Didi (David Dukes), two hobos reluctantly bound together in a desolate desert setting effortlessly evoked by set designer Victoria Profitt and lighting designer J. Kent Inasy.
Gogo and Didi had been waiting for the presumably merciful and enlightened Godot to emerge from the desert night, but instead discover this insidious pair, who nakedly confront the audience with mankind's penchant for brutal exploitation in an inspired piece of guerrilla theater reminiscent of French author Jean Genet.
The two are a comedy duo from hell whose deprecating speech and agitated mannerisms can't clue the audience in on whether to laugh or cry.
www.csulb.edu /~d49er/spring00/diversions/v7n78-play.html   (323 words)

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