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Nick Robinson
Nicholas, Nicky or Nick Robinson may also refer to: Nick Robinson (journalist)
Nick Robinson (journalist)
(born 1963), former political editor at the BBC Nick Robinson (paperfolder) (born 1957), British origami artist
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Nicholas Robinson (historian)
Nicholas Kenneth Robinson (born 9 February 1946) is an Irish author, historian, solicitor and cartoonist who is the husband of the 7th President of Ireland
President of Ireland
and former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson.[1][2][3]Contents1 Background 2 Career 3 Works 4 References 5 SourcesBackground[edit] Robinson was born in Amsterdam
Amsterdam
in 1946, to a wealthy middle-class Anglican family. He was born to Howard and Lucy Robinson, the third in a family of four boys. His father was an accountant who founded the City of Dublin Banker and was a prominent freemason of the Grand Lodge of Ireland.[4] The Robinson family had been coopers associated with the brewing business of the Guinness family
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Nicky Robinson (rugby Player)
Nicholas John Robinson (born 3 January 1982 in Cardiff) is a former Wales international rugby union player who played at fly-half. He is the younger brother of Jamie Robinson. Both were educated at Ysgol Glantaf which has educated several Wales internationals and Cardiff-based players, including Jamie Roberts. Nicky Robinson speaks Welsh fluently.[1] Nick was one of European rugby's leading fly-halves and he has amassed nearly 1,500 points to date in club rugby for his four professional sides - Cardiff
Cardiff
Blues, Gloucester, Wasps & Bristol. A left-footed fly-half, Nick was famous for his exciting running game as well as his long-range goal-kicking ability. In May 2009 he joined Gloucester Rugby
Gloucester Rugby
from Cardiff Blues
Cardiff Blues
on a three-year contract
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Nicky Robinson (game Programmer)
Nicky Robinson is a computer game programmer. Her career spans over twenty years, extending back to the classic gaming era with such titles as Star Control
Star Control
and Mail Order Monsters, which she worked on with Evan Robinson and game designer Paul Reiche III. She later worked at 3DO as a game programmer. Robinson's work has been published by Electronic Arts, Activision, Accolade, 3DO and Atari. She has been active[when?] in the organization and leadership of Women in Games International, a group dedicated to involving more women in professional game development and to advancing their careers
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Nicholas Robinson (bishop)
Nicholas Robinson (died 1585) was a Welsh bishop of Bangor.Contents1 Life 2 Works 3 Family 4 Notes 5 ReferencesLife[edit] Born at Conwy
Conwy
in North Wales, he was the second son of John Robinson, by his wife Ellin, daughter of William Brickdale. He was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge, where he matriculated in 1545 as a sizar, proceeded B.A. in 1548, and was a fellow from 1548 to 1563.[1] In 1551 he commenced M.A., was bursar of his own college in 1551-3, and a proctor in the university for 1552, dean of his college 1577-8, and vice-president of his college in 1561. Plays written by him were acted at Queens' College in 1550, 1552, and 1553, the last being a comedy entitled Strylius
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Nicholas Robinson (mayor)
Nicholas Robinson (1769 - 1854)[1] was Mayor of Liverpool, England, in 1828-1829. He was a rich corn merchant who had paid £4500 for the land in Aigburth, Liverpool, upon which he had Sudley House
Sudley House
built as his home around 1824.[2] He died at Sudley on 3 or 4 February 1854[3][4] and the house then passed into the ownership of his two daughters.[2][5] Robinson was first elected to Liverpool council on 4 January 1815.[6] He contested unsuccessfully against Thomas Colley Porter
Thomas Colley Porter
for the office of mayor in 1827, in an election that was notorious for the bribery that ensued.[3] The situation was fuelled by the economic expansion of the city, which meant that some people were awash with money. Parliamentary historian Margaret Escott says that the 1827 mayoral election, which Porter won by 1780 votes to 1765 in a poll that lasted six days, was "the most expensive, venal and violent mayoral contest" up to that time
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Nick Robinson (English Actor)
Nick Robinson is a British actor who has appeared regularly on British television, most famously as William Beech in Goodnight Mister Tom, starring John Thaw. He also played the lead in the television series Harry and the Wrinklies
Harry and the Wrinklies
based upon the book of the same name by Alan Temperley, produced by Scottish Television. He has made a few other television programmes including an episode of Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders
and he was also in the film version of Tom's Midnight Garden. Other appearances include Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Urban Gothic and Down to Earth. Nick played William Beech in the film 'Goodnight Mister Tom'. He began his career in theatre and, at the age of 7, appeared in the West End transfer of An Inspector Calls, produced by the National Theatre, at the Aldwych Theatre
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Nick Robinson (basketball)
Nicholas Stromberg Robinson (born November 2, 1979) is a former college basketball head coach for Southern Utah University.Contents1 Early life and education 2 Coaching career 3 Head coaching record 4 ReferencesEarly life and education[edit] Born in Liberty, Missouri, Robinson graduated from Liberty High School in 1998.[1] After high school, Robinson went on a two-year LDS mission to Maceió, Brazil.[1] In 2000, Robinson enrolled at Stanford University, where he would play on the Stanford Cardinal men's basketball team from 2001 to 2005, under coach Mike Montgomery
Mike Montgomery
in the first three years and Trent Johnson
Trent Johnson
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Nick Robinson (paperfolder)
Nick Robinson (born 8 January 1957 in Burnham-on-Sea, England) is a British paperfolder. He was awarded the Sydney French medal in 2004 by the British Origami
Origami
Society and is an Honorary Member of the British Origami
Origami
Society. He has folded a kaleidoscope of projects over the course of his career, but is drawn to folding containers, masks, and simple designs. His approach to origami is to try and capture the essence of a subject using minimal creases, rather than a more realistic representation. He is actively involved with the Folding Didactic movement, which aims to promote academic study of the history of paper-folding and the most effective way to teach it.[1]Contents1 Publications 2 Teaching 3 Commercial Work 4 Personal life 5 External links 6 ReferencesPublications[edit] Robinson is a prolific author, having written nearly 70 books of origami
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Nick Robinson
Nicholas, Nicky or Nick Robinson may also refer to: Nick Robinson (journalist)
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(born 1963), former political editor at the BBC Nick Robinson (paperfolder) (born 1957), British origami artist
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Nick Robinson (journalist)
Nicholas Anthony Robinson (born 5 October 1963) is a British journalist, currently a presenter on the BBC's Today programme.[1] Prior to this he spent ten years as political editor for the BBC, and he has had many other roles with the broadcaster. Robinson was interested in politics from an early age, and went on to study Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University, where he was also President of the Oxford University Conservative Association. Starting out in broadcasting at Piccadilly Radio, after a year as President of the Conservative Party youth group, he worked his way up as a producer, eventually becoming deputy editor of Panorama before becoming a political correspondent in 1996. He became the BBC's chief political correspondent in 1999
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Nick Robinson (American Actor)
Nicholas John "Nick" Robinson (born March 22, 1995)[1][2] is an American actor. As a child, he appeared in stage productions of A Christmas Carol and Mame (both in 2008), following which he starred in the television sitcom Melissa & Joey (2010–2015). He went on play a supporting role in the highly successful science fiction film Jurassic World
Jurassic World
(2015) and took on lead roles in several teen dramas, including The Kings of Summer (2013), The 5th Wave (2016), and Everything, Everything (2017). In 2018, Robinson starred as the titular protagonist Simon Spier in the romantic comedy-drama film Love, Simon.Contents1 Personal life 2 Career 3 Filmography 4 Awards and nominations 5 References 6 External linksPersonal life Robinson was born on March 22, 1995 in Seattle, Washington,[2][3] as the oldest of seven children
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