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[rob-ert-suh n] /ˈrɒb ərt sən/
Oscar Palmer ("The Big O") born 1938, U.S. basketball player.
Pat (Marion Gordon) born 1930, U.S. evangelist.
William, 1721–93, Scottish historian.
Sir William Robert, 1860–1933, British field marshal. Unabridged
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  • It would be but an ill service to Robertson to give an outline of his plays.

    The English Stage Augustin Filon
  • The smash brought in Mr Robertson, whose rooms were nearest to Number 10.

    St. Winifred's Frederic W. Farrar
  • Mr. Elphinstone, Mr. Robertson, and George Clerk will be able to explain their danger to you.

  • Mrs. Robertson, weeping herself, sought to comfort her, but it seemed in vain.

    Salted With Fire George MacDonald
  • There was Lewis, for instance, who was just going into the Pullman with Robertson, the banker.

    Skinner's Dress Suit Henry Irving Dodge
British Dictionary definitions for Robertson


George (Islay Macneill), Baron. born 1946, Scottish Labour politician; secretary-general of NATO (1999–2003)
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