John Robie articles on Wikipedia
John Robie
John Robie is an American musician and record producer, widely credited as the driving force behind many of the most successful songs from the early 80's
Apr 7th 2017



Robie House
The Frederick C. Robie House is a U.S. National Historic Landmark on the campus of the University of Chicago in the South Side neighborhood of Hyde Park
Apr 4th 2017



Carl Robie
Carl Joseph Robie, III (May 12, 1945 – November 29, 2011) was an American swimmer, Olympic champion, and former world record-holder. At the 1964 Summer
Jan 1st 2017



Frederick Robie
Frederick Robie (August 12, 1822 – February 3, 1912) was an American physician and politician who most notably served as the 39th Governor of Maine.
Feb 14th 2017



Robie Macauley
Robie Mayhew Macauley (May 31, 1919 – November 20, 1995) was an American editor, novelist and critic whose literary career spanned more than 50 years.
Mar 16th 2017



Robie Lester
Lester Robie Lester (March 23, 1925 – June 14, 2005) was an American Grammy-nominated voice artist and singer. Lester was born in Megargel, Texas and raised
Jan 28th 2017



Eric Smith (murderer)
For other people named SmithSmith Eric Smith, see SmithSmith Eric Smith (disambiguation). Eric M. Smith (born January 22, 1980) is an American criminal, incarcerated for the
Apr 5th 2017



David Robie
David Robie (born 1945) is a New Zealand author, journalist and media educator who has covered the Asia-Pacific region for international media for more
Mar 6th 2017



To Catch a Thief
opposite him as his romantic interest in her final film with Hitchcock. John Robie (Cary Grant) is a retired infamous jewel thief or "cat burglar", nicknamed
Mar 3rd 2017



Shellshock (song)
prior to its single release. Production is credited to New Order and RobieRobie John RobieRobie, and is loosely inspired by the 1983 RobieRobie-produced R&B club hit, "One
Apr 21st 2017



Ooh Child (album)
Ooh Child is the fourth studio album by American-AustralianAustralian singer Marcia Hines. Ooh Child peaked at No. 15 in Australia and produced the top ten single
Mar 23rd 2017



New York state election, 1907
The 1907 New-YorkNew York state election was held on November 5, 1907, to elect two judges of the New-YorkNew York Court of Appeals, as well as all members of the New
Apr 4th 2017



To Catch a Thief (novel)
time is 1951. In August 1951, French police come to arrest American John Robie at his villa in Vence near the Cote d'Azur. He escapes, leaping over the
Jan 14th 2017



Florence Holway
Florence Robie Reed Holway (June 2, 1915 – February 7, 2012) was a woman who was raped and sodomized at the age of 75 by John LaForest on March 31, 1991
Mar 11th 2016



Sub-culture (song)
feature on their third album, Low-Life. The single release, remixed by John Robie, is a drastic departure from the album version of the track. Robie's 12"
Oct 13th 2016



Mongonui and Bay of Islands (New Zealand electorate)
Mongonui and Bay of Islands was a parliamentary electorate in the Far North District in the Northland region of New Zealand, from 1871 to 1881. It was
Aug 11th 2015



The Target (Baldacci novel)
The Target is a thriller novel written by David Baldacci. This is the third installment to feature Will Robie, a highly skilled U.S. Government assassin
Feb 28th 2017



The Hit (Baldacci novel)
The Hit is a thriller novel written by American author David Baldacci. This is the second installment to feature Will Robie, a highly skilled U.S. Government
Feb 28th 2017



John Laurie (soldier)
John Wimburn Laurie CB (1 October 1835 – 19 May 1912) was a soldier and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada for thirty years and then returned to England
Apr 16th 2017



The Innocent (Baldacci novel)
The Innocent is a thriller novel by American writer David Baldacci. This is the first book to feature Will Robie, a highly skilled U.S. Government assassin
Feb 28th 2017



The Guilty (Baldacci novel)
The Guilty is thriller novel written by David Baldacci. It is the fourth installment to feature Will Robie, a highly skilled U.S. Government assassin.
Aug 16th 2016



John S. Van Bergen
John Shellette Van Bergen (October 2, 1885 – December 20, 1969) was an American architect born in Oak Park, Illinois. Van Bergen started his architectural
Oct 18th 2016



Gonna Get You
Peter-MaasPeter Maas, John Rocca, Andy Sternett) – 8:10 "I.O.U." (Arthur Baker, John Robie) – 8:26 "Freezin'" (Andy Sternett, Arthur Baker, Everton McCalla, Peter
Feb 24th 2016



10th General Assembly of Nova Scotia
The 10th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1811 and 1818. The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of Nova Scotia
Oct 11th 2015



Matamata (New Zealand electorate)
Matamata was a New Zealand parliamentary electorate in the Waikato, from 1978 to 1996. It was a rural and safe National electorate, held by Jack Luxton
May 26th 2015



Dunedin Country
Dunedin-CountryDunedin Country was a parliamentary electorate in the rural area surrounding the city of Dunedin in Otago, New Zealand, from 1853 to 1860. It was a two-member
Nov 14th 2015



Roslyn (New Zealand electorate)
Roslyn was a parliamentary electorate in the city of Dunedin in the Otago region of New Zealand from 1866 to 1890. In the 1865 electoral redistribution
May 17th 2016



Pahiatua (New Zealand electorate)
Pahiatua is a former New Zealand parliamentary electorate in the Wairarapa region. It existed from 1896 to 1996, and was represented by nine Members of
Sep 18th 2016



Western Hutt
Western Hutt was a New Zealand parliamentary electorate from 1969 to 1996. Through an amendment in the Electoral Act in 1965, the number of electorates
Feb 5th 2017



The Kenyon Review
The Kenyon Review is a literary magazine based in Gambier, Ohio, US, home of Kenyon College. The Review was founded in 1939 by John Crowe Ransom, critic
Mar 7th 2017



12th General Assembly of Nova Scotia
The 12th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1820 and 1826. The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of Nova Scotia
Dec 25th 2013



Daddy Who? Daddy Cool
Daddy Who?... Daddy Cool was the debut album by Australian rock band Daddy Cool. Released in July, 1971 it was the first on Robie Porter's Sparmac label
Dec 4th 2016



Nixon invert
The "Nixon invert" was a reputed invert error of the Richard Nixon memorial postage stamp issued by the United States in 1995. Originally reported in January
Oct 24th 2016



Lost in Love (Air Supply album)
Lost in Love is the fifth studio album by Australian soft rock band Air Supply, released in March 1980. Their previous four albums never received much
Dec 12th 2016



Waipa (New Zealand electorate)
For the local government area, see Waipa-DistrictWaipa District. Waipa is a former parliamentary electorate in the Waikato region of New Zealand, which existed for various
Apr 8th 2017



Mount Crickmer
Mount Crickmer is one of the southernmost summits of the Garibaldi Ranges of the Coast Mountains, overlooking the Central Fraser Valley in the Lower Mainland
Apr 19th 2017



Tasman (New Zealand electorate)
Tasman is a former New Zealand parliamentary electorate, from 1972 to 1996. Since the 1969 election, the number of electorates in the South Island was
Jan 18th 2017



John Kirk (New Zealand politician)
John-Kirk">Norman John-KirkJohn Kirk, generally called John-KirkJohn Kirk, (born 27 June 1947), is a former New Zealand Member of Parliament for Sydenham, in the South Island. John
Mar 29th 2017



Lego Architecture
Lego-ArchitectureLego Architecture is a sub-brand and product range of the Lego construction toy, which aims to “celebrate the past, present and future of architecture
Apr 2nd 2017



Renegades of Funk
Funk" is a song written by Afrika Bambaataa, Arthur Baker, John Miller & John Robie and recorded by Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force. Released in 1983 as
Mar 14th 2017



Yashar
"Yashar" is a single by Cabaret Voltaire. The single is two remixes by John Robie of a track from their 1982 album 2x45. A version of the song also appears
Nov 20th 2016



Solar eclipse of December 22, 1870
States Naval Observatory, Simon Newcomb, Asaph Hall, William Harkness, John Robie Eastman Solar Eclipse seen from Jerez in 1870 The sun was crowned in Jerez
Dec 31st 2016



Parade's End
This article is about the Ford-Madox-FordFord Madox Ford novels. For the TV adaptation, see Parade's End (TV series). Parade's End (1924-1928) is a tetralogy of novels
Mar 14th 2017



Te Aro (New Zealand electorate)
Te Aro was a parliamentary electorate in Wellington, New Zealand from 1881 to 1890. It covered the southern area of the central business district. During
Oct 1st 2015



Helensville (New Zealand electorate)
Helensville is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the House of Representatives. The electorate was first established
Apr 17th 2017



Parnell (New Zealand electorate)
Parnell was a parliamentary electorate in the city of Auckland, New Zealand, from 1861 to 1954, with one break of eight years. In the 1860 electoral
Apr 10th 2017



Stratford (New Zealand electorate)
Stratford is a former parliamentary electorate, in Taranaki, New Zealand. It existed from 1908 to 1946, and from 1954 to 1978. It was represented by six
Sep 17th 2016



Martyn Woodroffe
Woodroffe Martyn John Woodroffe (born 8 September 1950) is a Welsh swimmer who won a Silver medal at the 1968 Olympic Games. Woodroffe was born in Cardiff, Wales
Feb 6th 2017



Waimarino (New Zealand electorate)
Waimarino is a former New Zealand parliamentary electorate. It existed from 1911 to 1954, and from 1963 to 1972. It was rural in nature and was represented
Sep 5th 2016



Ellesmere (New Zealand electorate)
Ellesmere was a parliamentary electorate in the Canterbury region of New Zealand. It existed for two periods between 1861 and 1928 and was represented
Oct 1st 2016





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