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CEO's of top Fortune 500 companies include James P. Gorman of Morgan Stanley, Robert J. Stevens of Lockheed Martin, Philippe Dauman of Viacom, Ursula Burns of Xerox, and Vikram Pandit of Citigroup.
Lovecraft was also influenced by authors such as Gertrude Barrows Bennett ( who, writing as Francis Stevens, impressed Lovecraft enough that he publicly praised her stories and eventually " emulated Bennett's earlier style and themes "), Oswald Spengler, Robert W. Chambers ( writer of The King in Yellow, of whom Lovecraft wrote in a letter to Clark Ashton Smith: " Chambers is like Rupert Hughes and a few other fallen Titans — equipped with the right brains and education but wholly out of the habit of using them ").
Robert Stevens, Bob Stevens or Bobby Stevens may refer to:
* Robert J. Stevens ( born 1952 ), American businessman, chief executive officer of Lockheed Martin
* Robert L. Stevens ( 1787 – 1856 ), American shipbuilder and railroad executive
* Robert Ten Broeck Stevens ( 1899 – 1983 ), American businessman and politician, Secretary of the Army, opposed Joseph McCarthy
* Robert Stevens, one of three pseudonyms for Robert Kellard ( 1915 – 1981 ), American actor
* Robert Stevens ( director ) ( 1920 – 1989 ), American film and television director
* Robert M. Stevens, cinematographer
* Robert Stevens ( theater director ) ( 1882 –?
* Robert Stevens ( MP ), in 1386, MP for Worcester ( UK Parliament constituency )
* Robert Stevens ( lawyer ) ( born 1933 ), academic at various American universities and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford
* Robert J. Stevens ( born 1941 or 1942 ), exonerated defendant associated with 2010 U. S. Supreme Court case United States v. Stevens
* Robert S. Stevens ( 1824 – 1893 ), American politician, U. S. Representative from New York
* Robert S. Stevens ( judge ) ( 1916 – 2000 ), California politician, judge
* Robert Ten Broeck Stevens ( 1899 – 1983 ), American businessman and politician, Secretary of the Army, opposed Joseph McCarthy
* Robert Stevens ( baseball ), 19th-century baseball player
* Robert Stevens ( priest ) ( 1777 – 1870 ), Dean of Rochester, 1820 – 1870
* Robert David Stevens ( born 1965 ), British computer science lecturer at the University of Manchester
* Robert Stevens ( photo editor ) ( 1938 – 2001 ), American photo editor, first fatality linked to the 2001 anthrax attacks
Ohio's governor Robert Lucas and Michigan's 24-year-old " Boy Governor " Stevens T. Mason were both unwilling to cede jurisdiction of the Strip, so they raised militias and helped institute criminal penalties for citizens submitting to the other's authority.

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Laudably enough, it is offering classics and off-beat imports, but last week only one U.S. original was on the boards, Robert D. Hock's stunning Civil War work, Borak.
Down in Concord, New Hampshire, was a flier in the right place at the right time: Robert S. Fogg, a native New Englander, had been a World War 1, flying instructor, barnstormer, and one of the original planners of the Concord Airport.
By and large, Robert McEnroe's adaptation of Maurice Walsh's film, `` The Quiet Man '', provides the entertainment it set out to, and we have a lively musical show if not a superlative one.
John Jay Parry, the editor of De Amore, quotes critic Robert Bossuat as describing " De Amore " as " one of those capital works which reflect the thought of a great epoch, which explains the secret of a civilization ".
* On March 7, 1998, Daniel Rudolph, the elder brother of the 1996 Olympics bomber Eric Robert Rudolph, videotaped himself cutting off one of his own hands with an electric saw to " send a message to the FBI and the media.
Paddy Chayefsky's Academy Award-winning Marty was the most notable examination of working class Bronx life was also explored by Chayefsky in his 1956 film The Catered Affair, and in the 1993 Robert De Niro / Chazz Palminteri film, A Bronx Tale, Spike Lee's 1999 movie Summer of Sam, centered in an Italian-American Bronx community, 1994's I Like It Like That that takes place in the predominately Puerto Rican neighborhood of the South Bronx, and Doughboys, the story of two Italian-American brothers in danger of losing their bakery thanks to one brother's gambling debts.
Robin Williams played the physician ; Robert De Niro was one of the patients who emerged from a catatonic ( frozen ) state.
The earliest known owner of the Beowulf manuscript is the 16th-century scholar Laurence Nowell, after whom the manuscript is named, though its official designation is British Library, Cotton Vitellius A. XV because it was one of Robert Bruce Cotton's holdings in the Cotton Library in the middle of the 17th century.
As he charges toward the departing Longshanks on horseback, Wallace is intercepted by one of the king's lancers, who turns out to be Robert the Bruce.
A 1824 landmark U. S. Supreme Court ruling overturned a New York State-granted monopoly (" a veritable model of state munificence " facilitated by one of the Founding Fathers, Robert R. Livingston ) for the then-revolutionary technology of steamboats.
Smith was one of " the big three of Weird Tales, along with Robert E. Howard and H. P. Lovecraft, where some readers objected to his morbidness and violation of pulp traditions.
Cover of Weird Tales ( May 1934 ) depicting Conan and Bêlit ( Fiction ) | Bêlit in Queen of the Black Coast, one of Robert E. Howard's original Conan stories.
After attending one such lecture, UFO investigator Robert Sheaffer wrote " Some of his “ rods ” were obviously insects zipping across the field at a high angular rate.
Trumbo won two Academy Awards while blacklisted ; one was originally given to a front writer, and one was awarded to " Robert Rich ," Trumbo's pseudonym.
The administration had discovered through its own investigations that one of the leading scientists on the AEC, J. Robert Oppenheimer, had urged that the H-bomb work be delayed ; Eisenhower removed him from the agency and revoked his security clearance, though he knew this would create fertile ground for the extremist McCarthy.
Early critics, such as Robert Louis Stevenson admired it saying that the footprint scene in Crusoe was one of the four greatest in English literature and most unforgettable ; more prosaically, Dr. Wesley Vernon has seen the origins of forensic podiatry in this episode.
* 1927 – The Brookings Institution, one of the United States ' oldest think tanks, is founded through the merger of three organizations that had been created by philanthropist Robert S. Brookings.
At one time or another, the membership included Isaac Asimov, Frederik Pohl, Cyril Kornbluth, James Blish, John Michel, Judith Merril, Robert A. W. Lowndes, Richard Wilson, Damon Knight, Virginia Kidd, and Larry T. Shaw.
Robert Silverberg said that Donald Wollheim was " one of the most significant figures in 20th century American science fiction publishing ", adding, " A plausible case could be made that he was the most significant figure — responsible in large measure for the development of the science fiction paperback, the science fiction anthology, and the whole post-Tolkien boom in fantasy fiction.
Marion Zimmer Bradley refers to him as " a second father ," Frederik Pohl calls him " a founder ," and Robert Silverberg says he was " seriously underrated " and " one of the great shapers of science-fiction publishing in the United States.
In 1662, the noted Irish physicist and chemist Robert Boyle performed a series of experiments employing a J-shaped glass tube, which was sealed on one end.
During his minority as her ward, one third of his estate had already reverted to the Crown, much of which Elizabeth had long since settled on Robert Dudley.
* Eusebius, one of the personae of Robert Schumann
Thorndike ’ s research with Robert Woodworth on the theory of transfer found that learning one subject will only influence your ability to learn another subject if the subjects are similar.

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