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Robinson wrote that, where the Gospel narrative accounts can be checked for consistency with surviving material evidence, the account in the Gospel of John is commonly the more plausible ; that it is generally easier to reconcile the various synoptic accounts within John's narrative framework, than it is to explain John's narrative within the framework of any of the synoptics ; and that, where in the Gospel Jesus and his disciples are described as travelling around identifiable locations, the trips in question can always be plausibly followed on the ground, which he says is not the case for any synoptic Gospel.
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On April 11th he wrote an open letter in The Advocate, making it known `` to the world that Jas. W. Robinson is by his own admission a base liar and a slanderer ''.
John Beverley Robinson wrote an essay called " Egoism " in which he states that " Modern egoism, as propounded by Stirner and Nietzsche, and expounded by Ibsen, Shaw and others, is all these ; but it is more.
In a letter read during the ceremony, Rachel Robinson, Jackie's widow, wrote: " I remember Montreal and that house very well and have always had warm feeling for that great city.
* Brian Aldiss and Roger Penrose wrote White Mars ( 1999 ) as a response to the terraforming science fiction of Kim Stanley Robinson and Paul J. MaCauley above.
However, John A. T. Robinson and other scholars argued for a much earlier dating, based on the fact that the New Testament writings make no mention of ( 1 ) the Great Fire of Rome ( A. D. 64 ), one of the most destructive fires in Roman history, which Emperor Nero blamed on the Christians, and led to the first major persecution of believers ; ( 2 ) the final years and deaths of Paul, who wrote most of the epistles, Peter, whom Catholics recognize as the first pope, and the other apostles ; ( 3 ) Nero's suicide ( A. D. 68 ); or ( 4 ) the total destruction of the temple in Jerusalem ( A. D. 70 ), which Robinson thought should certainly have appeared, considering the importance of that event for Jews and Christians of that time.
Spider Robinson, a colleague, friend, and admirer of Heinlein, wrote Variable Star, based on an outline and notes for a juvenile novel that Heinlein prepared in 1955.
British comedian Tony Robinson wrote a version of the Theseus story entitled " Theseus: Super Hero ".
The Court wrote: However, in Powell v. Texas,, the Court upheld a statute barring public intoxication by distinguishing Robinson on the basis that Powell dealt with a person who was drunk in public, not merely for being addicted to alcohol.
Robinson of the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance, Crowley adopted this line from François Rabelais, who in 1534 wrote, " DO AS THOU WILT because men that are free, of gentle birth, well bred and at home in civilizor ".
Simon wrote most of the pair's songs, including three that reached No. 1 on the U. S. singles charts: " The Sound of Silence ", " Mrs. Robinson ", and " Bridge Over Troubled Water ".
Robinson also collaborated with Roy Turk on the compositions " Sweet Man O ' Mine " and " A-Wearin ' Away the Blues ", and he wrote " Mama Whip!
" Crusoe " may have been taken from Timothy Cruso, a classmate of Defoe's who had written guide books, including God the Guide of Youth ( 1695 ), before dying at an early age – just eight years before Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe.
Jacques Offenbach wrote an opéra comique called Robinson Crusoé which was first performed at the Opéra-Comique, Salle Favart on 23 November 1867.
It was so well-written that one critic wrote, " Robinson Crusoe has turned missionary, lived years in Mongolia, and wrote a book about it.
Sylvia Robinson claims that she and Mickey Baker wrote the lyrics, while Bo Diddley claims that he wrote them.
After the crossover, Robinson wrote one final issue with artist Jesus Merino, which dealt with the relationship between Green Lantern and his son Obsidian.
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His first foray into television was a documentary for NBC's Omnibus, Dancing is a Man's Game ( 1958 ) where he assembled a group of America's greatest sportsmen – including Mickey Mantle, Sugar Ray Robinson and Bob Cousy – and re-interpreted their moves choreographically, as part of his lifelong quest to remove the effeminate stereotype of the art of dance, while articulating the philosophy behind his dance style.
After Muir, Robinson attended Pasadena Junior College ( PJC ), where he continued his athletic career by participating in basketball, football, baseball, and track.
After graduating from PJC in spring 1939, Robinson transferred to UCLA, where he became the school's first athlete to win varsity letters in four sports: baseball, basketball, football, and track.
The home is located at 8232 avenue de Gaspe south of rue de Guizot Est and near Jarry Park and close to Delorimier Stadium, where Robinson played for the Montreal Royals during 1946.
Finishing 12th and 10th, respectively, he then turned to the 1994 Masters Olympia, where his attempt to beat Robbie Robinson and Boyer Coe was the subject of the 1996 documentary Stand Tall.
** In London at the Wood Green Empire, Chung Ling Soo ( William E Robinson, U. S .- born magician ) dies during his trick where he is supposed to " catch " two separate bullets – but one of them perforates his lung.
With the assistance of Truganini as guide and translator, Robinson convinced remaining tribesmen to surrender to an isolated new settlement at Flinders Island, where most later died of disease.
Robinson shows that ecological correlations, where the statistical object is a group of persons ( i. e. an ethnic group ), does not show the same behaviour as individual correlations, where the objects of inquiry are individuals: " The relation between ecological and individual correlations which is discussed in this paper provides a definite answer as to whether ecological correlations can validly be used as substitutes for individual correlations.
Robinson attended McClymonds High School in Oakland, California, where he was a basketball teammate of Bill Russell.
Robinson took a position in 2007 with a global trade union federation Public Services International based in Ferney-Voltaire, near Geneva in the French Alps, where he moved with his partner Max Riveron and their two dogs.
That led by Dull Knife ( mostly women, children and elders ) surrendered and were taken to Fort Robinson, where subsequent events became known as the Fort Robinson tragedy.
In Variable Star, a novel written by Spider Robinson based on an outline by Heinlein, the lead character is a farmer from Ganymede, where there is a Lermer City.
They are famous for their lobster and the fact that one of the islands, Robinson Crusoe Island, is where Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's novel, was marooned for about four years.
Robinson was arrested for the first time in Kansas City in 1969, after embezzling $ 33, 000 from the medical practice of Dr. Wallace Graham, where he worked as an X-ray technician, a job he obtained using forged credentials.
When she moved to Kansas City, the still-married Robinson gave her an engagement ring and brought her to the county registrar where they paid for a marriage license that was never picked up.
Across the state line in Missouri, other members of the task force, searching a storage facility where Robinson rented two garages, found three similar chemical drums containing corpses subsequently identified as Beverly Bonner and Sheila and Debbie Faith.
In 2006 the body of a young woman was found in a barrel in an area of rural Iowa where Robinson reportedly had a business partner.
On February 27, 1943, Robinson was inducted into the United States Army, where he was again referred to as Walker Smith.
Robinson served with Joe Louis, and the pair went on tours where they performed exhibition bouts in front of US troops.
In late March, 1944, Robinson was stationed at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, waiting to ship out to Europe, where he was scheduled to perform more exhibition matches.