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(rō'bĕrt),
Heinrich, L.F., German gynecologist, 1814-1878. See: Robert pelvis.
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"That's easy!" cried Rupert Robert III. He tried to race to the top of the slippery slope, but toppled down in a tangled heap of arms and legs.
The first part appeared at the time of the Union, to which Watson was opposed, and motives of patriotism may well lie behind his desire to assemble Scottish material and his choice of certain texts, such as Robert III's.
Survivors include three sons, Robert III, Theodore and George; a daughter, Naoma Parr; two sisters, Dot Stubbs and Pat Jones; 15 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
Islanders claim the Royal Charter granted by King Robert III in 1584 clearly waives any sea bed charges imposed by the Crown.
The crippled Robert III followed him in 1390 and was equally feeble, dying in 1406.
Duntreath Castle, a famous shooting estate, is the ancestral home, in unbroken succession, of the Edmonstone family, who were granted the lands by Robert III as a wedding gift for his grand-daughter.
In addition to his beloved wife he is survived by his children and grandchildren, Michael Sibley and children Brendan and Meredith of Marlborough and their mother Leslie Sibley of Hudson, William "Jimmy" and Nancy Sibley and children Sarah, Rachel, Liam and Dylan of Holliston, Shaun and Diane Sibley and children Shaun Jr., Patrick, Scott and David of Natick, and Robert III and Amy Jo and children Shaelyn and Morgan of Northborough.
Survivors include three sons, Robert III and Dain, both of Cottage Grove, and James of Portland; two daughters, Lorna and Leanne, both of Creswell; a sister, Margaret Owens of Hampton, Ark.; and three grandchildren.