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(rŏb′ĭnz), Frederick Chapman 1916-2003.
American microbiologist. He shared a 1954 Nobel Prize for work on the cultivation of the polio virus.
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She has found one book that's almost reached Harold Robbins level of naughtiness, though.
No-one is pretending that Harold Robbins has the same literary allure as Defoe, Dickens or Emily Bronte.
While I was reading Harold Robbins and Arthur Hailey, millions were enjoying someone called Jean Rook, the self-styled Bitch of Fleet Street.
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Bob Dylan a few years ago reportedly stormed out because the hotel wouldn't kick Michael Barrymore out of the pounds 525-a-night Presidential Suite, Harold Robbins held a bubbly reception there for Where Love has Gone.
Literary carpetbagger Harold Robbins once was infamous for lavish parties, drugs and indiscriminate sex - and not just in his novels.
Birthdays: England hockey player Paul Barber, 44; newspaper editor Andrew Neil, 50; soprano Rosalind Plowright, 50; American novelist Harold Robbins, 83; pop singer and songwriter Leo Layer, 51; Shakespearian scholar Prof Stanley Wells, 69; radio and television presenter Desmond Wilcox, 68.
If you want this type of sensationalism then go for a straightforward Harold Robbins for 20 pence in a book fair.
Birthdays: England hockey player Paul Barber, 43; formerSunday Times editor Andrew Neil, 49; soprano Rosalind Plowright, 49; American novelist Harold Robbins, 82; pop singer and songwriter Leo Sayer, 50; Shakespearian scholar Prof Stanley Wells, 68;radi o and television presenter Desmond Wilcox, 67.
One second he was lying on the sand with the new Harold Robbins, the next he was flattened by a thing the size of a large cannon-ball.