- a female given name: derived from Robert.
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Examples from the Web for roberta
If Roberta Smith was bringing anything personal in there, I believe the work is very much about my public persona.James Franco Uncensored: The Actor on Broadway, NYT Hate, and That Half-Naked Instagram
May 4, 2014
Roberta Valente, a consultant who works with the Hotline, said laws are struggling to keep up with the changing digital landscape.Digital Harassment Is the New Means of Domestic Abuse
February 10, 2014
“This is an important issue for the Republican Party,” Roberta Combs says.
Mother and daughter Roberta and Michele Combs are pillars of the Religious Right.
Roberta Bruzzone, a leading criminologist and technical consultant for Telefono Rosa, agrees.Italy Struggles With Spate of Domestic-Violence Murders
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March 16, 2012
I say this to Seraphine when she warns me that I must not go to Roberta's party.
I told Roberta I would not go to her party unless she invited Christopher, so she did.
I crave the gaiety and insouciance of Roberta's care-free Bohemians.
When I had finished Roberta got up from the bed where she had been sitting and lighted a cigarette.
But, when I tried to answer, Roberta cut me off with a new flood of violence.