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Edinburgh is the home town of the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, who was born in the city and attended Fettes College ; Robin Harper the co-convener of the Scottish Green Party ; and John Witherspoon, the only clergyman to sign the United States Declaration of Independence, and later president of Princeton University.
Robin Miriam Carlsson ( born 12 June 1979 ), better known by her stage name Robyn, is a Swedish recording artist.
He was born in 1907 as Robin William Askin, but always disliked his first name and changed it by deed poll in 1971.
Robin William Askin was born in Sydney, New South Wales on 4 April 1907 at the Crown Street Women's Hospital, the eldest of three sons of Ellen Laura Halliday ( née Rowe ) and William James Askin, an Adelaide-born sailor and worker for New South Wales Railways.
Robin Gayle Wright ( born April 8, 1966 ) is an American actress.
Wright was born Robin Gayle Wright in Dallas, Texas, the daughter of Gayle ( née Gaston ), a national director in Mary Kay cosmetics salesforce, and Freddie Gayle Wright, a pharmaceutical executive.
With him she had one son, Robin Gaynor Adrian, born in 1940.
Robin Simone Givens ( born November 27, 1964 ) is an American actress and model.
* 1970's footballer Robin Friday who played for Reading and Cardiff City was born in Acton.
* Racing driver Robin Widdows was born in Cowley
* Robin Knox-Johnston, yachtsman, born in Putney
* Alan Wheatley, who is probably best known for his role as the Sheriff of Nottingham in the TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood in the 1950s, was born in Tolworth.
* Robin Bush ( 1943 – 2010 ) of Channel 4's archaeological series Time Team was born in Hayes
* Mike Tyson ( born 1966 ) and Robin Givens ( born 1964 ).
* Robin Cook ( born 1940 ), physician and novelist.
On 4 November 2008, he had a fourth child, Snow Evelyn Robin Juliet Gibb, born out of a private relationship with a housekeeper, Claire Yang.
* Robin McKinley ( born 1952 ), fantasy author
The couple married in November 1949 ; they had two sons: Robin ( born 23 March 1953 ) and Kim ( 1956 – 1991 ).
He was born in the Isle of Man to English parents, the twin brother of Robin Gibb and younger brother to Barry.
Robin Cook was born in the County Hospital, Bellshill, Scotland, the only son of Peter and Christina Cook ( née Lynch ).
Robin Wayne Zander ( born 23 January 1953 ) is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the rock band Cheap Trick.
born Michael David Prince, 1 April 1960 in Berkeley, Gloucestershire ) is a British actor, is probably best known for his role as Robin of Loxley ( Robin Hood ) in the British television series Robin of Sherwood, which attained cult status worldwide in the 1980s.

Robin and 1983
* 1983Robin van Persie, Dutch footballer
( C ) 1983 Acorn Computers Ltd. Thanks are due to the following contributors to the development of the Electron ( among others too numerous to mention ):- Bob Austin, Astec, Harry Barman, Paul Bond, Allen Boothroyd, Ben Bridgewater, Cambridge, John Cox, Chris Curry, 6502 designers, Jeremy Dion, Tim Dobson, Joe Dunn, Ferranti, Steve Furber, David Gale, Andrew Gordon, Martyn Gilbert, Lawrence Hardwick, Hermann Hauser, John Herbert, Hitachi, Andy Hopper, Paul Jephcot, Brian Jones, Chris Jordan, Computer Laboratory, Tony Mann, Peter Miller, Trevor Morris, Steve Parsons, Robin Pain, Glyn Phillips, Brian Robertson, Peter Robinson, David Seal, Kim Spence-Jones, Graham Tebby, Jon Thackray, Topexpress, Chris Turner, Hugo Tyson, John Umney, Alex van Someren, Geoff Vincent, Adrian Warner, Robin Williamson, Roger Wilson.
* In 2005, Barry Marshall and Robin Warren of Australia were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery of Helicobacter pylori ( 1982 / 1983 ) and its role in peptic ulcer disease.
The cave was also used in the filming of the British series " Blake's 7 " ( 1978 ) and " Robin of Sherwood " ( 1983 ).
In February 1988 Robin Ibbs, recruited from ICI in July 1983 to run the Efficiency Unit ( now in No. 10 ), published his report Improving Management in Government: The Next Steps.
* First Contact ( 1983 film ), a 1983 documentary by Bob Connolly and Robin Anderson
Following the retirement of Dick Grayson as Robin, a new version of the character, Jason Todd, debuted in Batman # 357 ( 1983 ).
To minimize the change, they made the new Robin, Jason Peter Todd, who first appeared in Batman # 357 ( 1983 ), similar to a young Grayson.
Robert Finlayson Cook ( 28 February 1946 – 6 August 2005 ), known as Robin Cook, was a British Labour Party politician, who was the Member of Parliament ( MP ) for Livingston from 1983 until his death, and notably served in the Cabinet as Foreign Secretary from 1997 to 2001.
* Robin of Loxley in Robin of Sherwood ( 1983 – 84 )
On the DVD commentary for ITV's Robin of Sherwood television series, which ran from 1983 to 1986, writer and creator Richard Carpenter explains that the stunt co-ordinator, Terry Walsh from the Robin of Sherwood series, was hired on to do stunt work for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
In July 1983, it was reported that competing meditation seminar teacher, Robin Woodsworth Carlsen, had criticized and ridiculed the university in full page ads placed in local newspapers, and had filed an unsuccessful law against the university.
Dunne had been cast as Robin Maxwell in the 1983 miniseries V and had already begun filming a short time before her death.
It was designed by N. Robin Crossby, and it was originally published by Columbia Games in 1983.
* Judy Leak as Robin ( 1983 – 86 )
* Keith Haynes Robin Folland, Tim Horsley, Jonathon Griffiths ( 1978 – 1983 )
P-Orridge began to take an increasing interest in infantilism, founding a fictitious school of art, the L ' ecole de l ' art infantile, whose work culminated in a 1983 event known as the Baby's Coumpetition held at Oxford University's May Festival, which he had co-organised with Robin Klassnik and Opal L. Nations.
***** " Storm Brother " ( with Robin Snyder, in v2 # 161, 1983 )
* Thanks for the Memory — The Songs of Leo Robin ( 1983 )
Robert Arthur " Robin " Riddles, CBE, MIMechE, MinstLE ( 23 May 1892 — 18 June 1983 ) was a British locomotive engineer.

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