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Roberts

 
(rob´erts) Mary M. (1877–1959). Nursing editor and writer, editor of the American Journal of Nursing and author of a number of books on the nursing profession. Concerned with the need for a public relations program for nursing, she founded the Nursing Information Bureau in 1934.

Rob·erts

(rob'ĕrts),
J.B., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Roberts syndrome.
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As the name of her record label indicates, folk-rocker Doria Roberts brings thunder and lightning wherever she goes.
And Roberts wasn't squeamish about asking for money, which he called "seed-faith.
Initially, the brothers were among Alamosa's largest shareholders, arising out of a 2001 merger between Alamosa and Roberts Wireless Co.
CB Richard Ellis broker Jodi Roberts who, besides working on the team that is leasing 7 World Trade Center, focuses on the midtown south market, estimates that rents there have jumped by as much as $10 per s/f over the past two to three years, a mighty increase considering that average asking rents are now $35 per s/f, according to Cushman & Wakefield data.
SIMI VALLEY - In his first major address since being sworn in as chief justice of the United States, John Roberts told a sold-out audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Wednesday that lessons he learned from the former president were still helping him today.
At nearly the same time as the calls were made to the police, Shawn Roberts, another motorist, saw Boyd's SUV stopped alongside the highway.
When he went on national TV to announce is nomination of John Roberts to the Supreme Court, President Bush was smirkier than ever.
David Roberts (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2002.
Roberts's Mirror-Travels: Robert Smithson and History enters this field well prepared, inserting itself into the substantial Smithson literature with surgical precision.
After all, nearly 30 years ago, Roberts -- an electrical engineer turned medical doctor -- helped develop one of the world's first personal computers.