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         Shaw Robert:     more books (100)
  1. Only When I Sleep: My Family's Journey Through Cancer by Lisa Shaw-Brawley, 2000-04-01
  2. The Art Quilt by Robert Shaw, 1997-11
  3. Colonel Robert Gould Shaw: A Pictorial Companion by Marion W. Smith, 1989-06
  4. John Robert Shaw: Autobiography Of Thirty Years, 1777-1807 by John Robert Shaw, 1992-04-01
  5. Illinois: Seasons of Light
  6. A Narrative Of The Life And Travels Of John Robert Shaw, The Well-Digger (1807) by John Robert Shaw, 2010-09-10
  7. BLUE-EYED CHILD OF FORTUNE: The Civil War Letters of Robert Gould Shaw by Robert Gould. Ed. Russell Duncan Shaw, 1992
  8. Robert Shaw, fighter for Trotskyism, 1917-1980 by Mickie Shaw, 1983
  10. Beacon Hill's Colonel: Robert Gould Shaw by Marion W. Smith, 1986-12
  11. Atlas of Endometriosis, Third Edition (Encyclopedia of Visual Medicine Series) by Caroline Overton, Colin Davis, et all 2007-10-24
  12. American Baskets: A Cultural History of a Traditional Domestic Art by Robert Shaw, 2000-10-03
  13. The Post-Soviet Republics: A Systematic Geography by R. Anthony French, Robert R. North, et all 1995-06
  14. Quilts: A Living Tradition by Robert Shaw, 1998-08-25

21. - DVD Review - The Battle Of The Bulge - Warner - Region 1,2,3,4 -
The Battle of the Bulge Henry Fonda Robert shaw robert Ryan Dana Andrews DVD Review Warner The Battle of the Bulge Henry Fonda Robert shaw robert Ryan Dana
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USA 19 In the winter of 1944, the Allied Armies stand ready to invade Germany at the coming of a New Year. To prevent this occurrence, Hitler orders an all out offensive to re-take French territory and capture the major port city of Antwerp. "The Battle of the Bulge" shows this conflict from the perspective of an American intelligence officer as well as from a German Panzer Commander. Posters
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23. Robert Gould Shaw Biography
Son of a prominent Boston abolitionist family, robert shaw was serving as a (Burchard, Peter, One Gallant Rush robert Gould shaw and His Brave Black
Robert Gould Shaw
Son of a prominent Boston abolitionist family, Robert Shaw was serving as a captain in the 2nd Massachusetts when he was tapped by Massachusetts Governor John Andrew for a special assignment. Shaw was to raise and command the first regiment of black troops organized in a Northern state.
All the previous 11 colored" regiments had been raised principally from freed slaves in occupied areas. Shaw went about the organization of his command, recruiting free blacks from all over New England and some from beyond. The regiment was mustered into service on May 13, 1863, with Shaw as its colonel, and was sent to the South Carolina coast to take part in the operations against the cradle of secession, Charleston. After leading the regiment in smaller actions on James Island, at Legaresville on July 13, and Secessionville on July 16, Shaw moved the regiment over to Morris Island.
On July 18, 1863, he led the 54th, in conjunction with two brigades of white troops, in an assault on Confederate Battery Wagner. In the unsuccessful charge, the black troops proved themselves to be fully capable of standing up to enemy fire but lost about one quarter of their men, including Colonel Shaw. The rebels in the battery were so outraged by the Union commanders arming blacks that they decided to insult the white officer by burying him in a common grave with his black enlisted men. But Shaw's parents, when they heard of it, were pleased and believed that was the way their son would have wanted it. (Burchard, Peter

24. Robert Shaw Choral Director
Biographical article, with CD reviews.

Robert Shaw
Renowned as America's greatest conductor of choral music, Mr. Shaw went to Atlanta in 1967 to become Music Director and Conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. During his 21 years in that capacity, the ASO grew from a part-time, part-year regional ensemble to become a full-time, year-round orchestra, recognized internationally for its excellence. He led it on tours across the United States, including a 1971 Carnegie Hall debut that became the first of many ASO appearances in that prestigious space. He took the ASO and its Chorus to Washington in 1977 to perform at the Inaugural Concert for President-elect Jimmy Carter, and he led both ensembles on an acclaimed concert tour of Europe in 1988. The 200-voice Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and the smaller ASO Chamber Chorus were his creations. Both were trained to the perfection he demanded and continue to be an important part of the ASO's musical programs at home in Atlanta on a regular basis and occasionally on tour as well. The excellence of the ASO Chorus under his direction has been recognized by six Grammy awards for Best Choral performance and by the Georgia Governor's Award in the Arts. Retirement as the ASO's Music Director in 1988 did not bring any lessening of Mr. Shaw's musical activities. As he cut back on his ASO conducting appearances, he was freed to accept more guest engagements and to focus on realizing a cherished dream, the Robert Shaw Choral Institute.

25. The Black Heritage Trail®: Robert Gould Shaw And The 54th Regiment Memorial
Highrelief bronze memorial by Augustus Saint-Gaudens located on Boston Common.
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Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment Memorial
Beacon and Park Streets (Boston Common) The Robert Gould Shaw Memorial was built in 1897 in honor of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment , the first all-Black regiment recruited in the North to fight for the Union army during the Civil War . Bravely, skillfully, and honorably the men of the 54th Regiment led the valiant attack on Fort Wagner, SC, on July 18, 1863. Amidst the carnage on that fateful day emerged many stories of valor and patriotic devotion that proved to the nation the uncompromising courage of African-Americans in the battle for American Liberty. Colonel Robert Gould Shaw, for instance, was only 25 years old when he died along with over 270 of his men at Fort Wagner. Sargent William H. Carney, an African-American man from New Bedford, MA, crawled through the bullets and gun fire, death and destruction, while wounded, to rescue the Union flag. For his bravery, Carney became the first African-American in history to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1900.
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27. Robert Shaw (I)
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Tourmakeady, County Mayo, Ireland. (heart attack)
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  • Avalanche Express (1979) .... General Marenkov Force 10 from Navarone (1978) .... Maj. Keith Mallory The Deep (1977) .... Romer Treece Black Sunday (1977) .... Major David Kabakov Swashbuckler (1976) .... Ned Lynch
  • 28. Screenonline: Shaw, Robert (1927-1978) Credits
    shaw, robert (19271978). Film TV credits. The LAVENDER HILL MOB, 1951, . A WINTER S TALE, 1953, Leontes. MURDER OVER DRAUGHTS, 1954, Cast Member
    @import url(../../../css/bfi_global.css); Shaw, Robert (1927-1978) The LAVENDER HILL MOB A WINTER'S TALE Leontes MURDER OVER DRAUGHTS Cast Member The DAM BUSTERS Flight Sergeant J. Pulford YORKSHIRE SANDS Commentator A HILL IN KOREA Lance Corporal Hodge DOUBLECROSS Ernest DOUBLECROSS Dialect Adviser SUCCESS Cast Member Hurricane Dan Tempest RUPERT OF HENTZAU Rupert of Hentzau MOTHER DOUGHTY'S CREW Dan Tempest HOLIDAY [Narrator] SEA FURY Gorman Dangerous Cargo Dan Tempest Conquest Of New Providence Dan Tempest Ghost Ship Dan Tempest DEAD MAN'S ROCK Dan Tempest GENTLEMAN JACK AND THE LADY Dan Tempest Mr Beamish And The Hangman's Noose Dan Tempest Articles Of War Dan Tempest HAND OF THE HAWK Dan Tempest LIBEL 1st photographer VOODOO WEDDING Bob Gordon MISFIRE Cast Member CRACK-UP Stuart The HOSTAGE Lord Anthony Dewhurst GUNPOWDER PLOT Dan Tempest The Trap Peter Von Brecht MAROONED Dan Tempest NIGHT RUN TO THE WEST Charlie Williams The DARK MAN Cast Member The VALIANT Lt. Field The SLAVE SHIP Dan Tempest WHALE GOLD Dan Tempest INTERVIEW FOR WIVES Cast Member TOMORROW AT TEN Marlow The WINTERS TALE Leontes NORTH TO THE DALES Narrator FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE Red Grant The CARETAKER Aston A CAROL FOR ANOTHER CHRISTMAS Ghost of Christmas Future The LUCK OF GINGER COFFEY Ginger BATTLE OF THE BULGE Colonel Hessler SITUATION HOPELESS BUT NOT SERIOUS Original novel HAMLET AT ELSINORE Claudius A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS Henry VIII CUSTER OF THE WEST General George Armstrong Custer CUSTER OF THE WEST [Screenplay] LUTHER Luther The BIRTHDAY PARTY Stanley Webber BATTLE OF BRITAIN Squadron Leader Skipper

    29. Robert Shaw - A Tribute
    Tribute article.
    Robert Lawson Shaw 1916- 1999
    To write a tribute to Robert Shaw, moreover to make some attempt to convey a sense of the meaning and significance of his life and contributions in so small a space, is a daunting task. His name stood for excellence in musicmaking in general and choral music in particular over the course of a very active career spanning some 60 years. Some of the well known and documented achievements include: first conductor to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship; the Ditson Award for service to American music; honorary doctorates from 13 colleges and universities; a Kennedy Center honoree; Musical America's Musician of the Year; and recipient of the first gold record for a classical recording that sold over one million copies. Robert Shaw was one of the greatest musicians this country has produced. As the 20th century came to a close, his name was included with those of Leonard Bernstein and Aaron Copland as having enormous impact on the shaping and encouragement of creative musical endeavor in the United States. Certainly, the highpoint in the 28 seasons of The Hartford Chorale was the week that Shaw spent with us in March 1989 All participants - and all listeners present at the performance- will never forget the experience of singing the Brahms A GERMAN REQUIEM under his baton. I have the deepest gratitude for his sharing and reinforcement during our private visits that week.

    30. Shakespeare And The Globe: Then And Now
    shaw, robert. (b. Aug. 9, 1927, Westhoughton, Lancashire, Eng.d. Aug. 28, 1978, Tourmakeady, Ire.), popular English actor, also known as a novelist and
    Shaw, Robert
    (b. Aug. 9, 1927, Westhoughton, Lancashire, Eng.d. Aug. 28, 1978, Tourmakeady, Ire.), popular English actor, also known as a novelist and playwright. Shaw began his career with the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, where he performed in Macbeth, Cymbeline, Henry VIII, and other Shakespeare plays, touring Australia with the company in 1949-50. With the Old Vic company (1951-52), he continued primarily in Shakespearean roles. In 1955 Shaw began playing contemporary roles, including one in his own play Off the Mainland (1956) and the role of Sergeant Mitchem in The Long and the Short and the Tall (1959). He first performed in America in 1961 in Harold Pinter's The Caretaker Shaw's first notable film appearance was in the James Bond film From Russia with Love (1964). His reputation in motion pictures was enhanced by his appearances in the screen adaptation of The Caretaker (1963) and in The Luck of Ginger Coffey Battle of the Bulge (1965), and A Man for All Seasons (1966). He later appeared in such popular films as The Sting (1973) and Jaws (1975). Of his written works, perhaps the most notable is his novel

    31. Robert W. Shaw, Biochemistry
    robert W. shaw. Associate Professor. Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, 1976. Postdoctoral Study, Institute for Enzyme Research, University of
    Robert W. Shaw
    Associate Professor Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, 1976 Postdoctoral Study, Institute for Enzyme Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison Phone: (806) 742-3055 Fax: (806) 742-1289
    • Structure and Function of Metalloenzymes
    • EPR Spectroscopic Studies
    • Site-Directed Mutagenesis
    Professor Shaw's research program involves the study of the structure and function of physiologically important metalloenzymes. Structures of the metal binding sites of these biological molecules are under investigation largely through the use of optical and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy. Mechanistic details of the functions of metal ions in these proteins are being studied through the use of spectroscopy coupled to rapid kinetic techniques in order to detect short-lived species such as reaction intermediates and enzyme complexes with substrates or inhibitors. Enzyme structure-function relationships are analyzed by site-directed mutagenesis combined with presteady-state spectroscopy and steady-state enzyme kinetic techniques. Bacillus cereus The structural gene for the B. cereus

    32. Robert Slaven's Experimental Page
    Offers pictures, politics, hockey and rules.
    Robert Slaven's Experimental Page
    Jeopardy! is showing an Ultimate Tournament of Champions from February 9 to May 25. And yes, I'm invited! I'm one of 144 former champions who are competing for the chance to go up against 74-day Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings for $2 million! Here's hoping!
    I flew to Los Angeles to tape my show on Wednesday, February 23. The show will air on Friday, March 18 . More info is available here and here . And if you want to hear me singing about it, just click here
    Who am I? Well, I'm just this guy.... I have a wonderful wife, Linn-Marie , and six great children: Stuart, Rebecca (both all growed up) , Mariann, Kristina ('Tina'), Elizabeth ('Beth'), and Robin. I was born in Toronto, but I call Yellowknife in Canada's Northwest Territories my hometown, as I grew up there and lived there for almost 30 years.
    We didn't get around to sending out Christmas cards, I'm afraid. But our 2004 Christmas letter is available for your viewing pleasure here
    I now work for Business Objects , providing technical support to users of Crystal Reports. We now live in Surrey, British Columbia, a bit east of Vancouver.

    33. Robert Kan
    Includes interests, food, and links.
    Our Garden at Home
    Our lilies are out! Yay!
    Golden Ears Camping
    We went camping. It was raining.
    Sharon's Garden
    Pictures of flowers from Sharon's BEAUTIFUL garden. On August 15/16, Sharon and I went to Whistler over night. We stayed at the AMS UBC Whistler Lodge. Only $17/person since we were both UBC students.
    Tall ships in Richmond
    This summer, a whold slew of tall, multimasted sailing ships will stop by Richmond for a few days. Here is the Nippon Maru, an earlybird ship that came by. Expect the future ships to look just a spectacular.
    Home made food!
    My family is full of expert cooks. In the link that follows, you will see a sampling of the tasty dishes that have been created.

    Recommended Restaurants
    A list and review of restaurants that are deemed good places to eat. Yes, McDonalds made the list, due to tasty food at low price.

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    34. Browse By Author: S - Project Gutenberg
    shaw, robert B. History of the Comstock Patent Medicine Business and Dr. Morse s Indian Root Pills (English). shaw, SB (Solomon Benjamin)
    Project Gutenberg Online Book Catalog Quick Search Author: Title Word(s): EText-No.: Advanced Search Recent Books Top 100 Offline Catalogs ... In Depth Information
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    Authors: A B C D ... other Titles: A B C D ... other Languages with more than 50 books: Chinese Dutch English Finnish ... Spanish Languages with up to 50 books: Afrikaans Aleut Bulgarian Catalan ... Yiddish Categories: Audio Book, computer-generated Audio Book, human-read Data Music, recorded ... Pictures, still Recent: last 24 hours last 7 days last 30 days
    Sabatini, Rafael, 1875-1950

    35. Losing Ones Livelihood To The Grasp Of Fiction
    An introductory article on the law of civil forfeiture in the United States written in 1996 by robert shaw. Provides an overview of laws and legal standards, forfeiture's origins and history, law enforcement relationships and abuses, and suggestions for reform.

    36. Shaw, Robert --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
    shaw, robert (1916–99). US musical conductor robert shaw was known especially for his work with choral music. He founded the robert shaw Chorale in 1948 and

    37. A History Of The Art Quilt
    A detailed history of art quilting, excerpted from robert shaw's 1997 illustrated book, The Art Quilt.
    A History of the Art Quilt Excerpted from the book
    The Art Quilt
    The art quilt grew out of the great quilt revival that began in the 1960s and continues undiminished to the present day. Interest in handcrafts of all kinds was a strong element of the youth rebellion of the 1960s, as young people across the country sought alternatives to a society they perceived as spiritually bankrupt and morally corrupt. Back-to-the-landers sought meaning in the simpler lifestyles of early America, and taught themselves the traditional nineteenth-century arts that had been rejected by their parents and grandparents as hopelessly old-fashioned. They rediscovered and elevated neglected older craftspeople who still remembered how to make things by hand, and where the craftspeople were unavailable, taught themselves by direct study of surviving objects or long out-of-print how-to books. Interest in quilts and quiltmaking exploded in the years leading up to the Bicentennial, as women reclaimed a heritage that had been largely lost in the profound societal changes that followed World War II. Feminist historians began to reexamine the role of women in American society and art and pointed with great pride to the forgotten work of their foremothers. For the first time, quilts were read as social documents, embodying the history and values of their otherwise silent makers. Old quilts became collector's items, valued for their craftsmanship, design, and history, and thousands of women (and a few men) began to learn how to make quilts again. Many recalled a grandmother or other relative who had quilted, and also found in quiltmaking a way of discovering their personal and family roots as well as a collective past.

    38. Shaw, Robert --  Encyclopædia Britannica
    shaw, robert American choral and orchestral conductor.

    39. Robert Shaw
    in All Infoplease Almanacs Biographies Dictionary Encyclopedia
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    Concentrating in estate planning, wills, probate and living trusts. Located in Greenbrae.
    We provide a full range of estate planning preparation and counseling, including but not limited to the preparation of simple and complex wills, testamentary trusts, multiple forms of living trusts, estate tax planning and lifetime gifting. Click here to go to

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