- Frederick C(hapman),1916–2003, U.S. physician: Nobel prize 1954.
- Jerome,1918–1998, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
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Like Robbins and the Rockefellers, speaking out against the source of family wealth becomes a source of authority.
But for Reynolds and Robbins, obeying their consciences came with a price tag.
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Robbins, too, was in and out of her life; clearly, she could no longer inspire these artists from her wheelchair.
She married Balanchine in 1952, leaving Robbins heartbroken.
Duncan moved toward the door of his own bedroom, Robbins following.The Fortune Hunter
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Mrs. Robbins was slight, and hung on wires,—so said her neighbors.Tiverton Tales
His two lieutenants, Farwell and Robbins, were also badly hurt.A Half Century of Conflict - Volume I
Robbins didn't approve of America, but he had approved of his mistress.
It seemed that Robbins carried out his instructions too laboriously.
- Jerome . 1918–98, US ballet dancer and choreographer. He choreographed the musicals The King and I (1951) and West Side Story (1957)
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Robbins(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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