For a generation of moviegoers, there are few filmmakers more influential during one's formative years than rob Reiner.
Co-founders rob Dickens and Brad Scudder are staging their GBR event in ten cities in this year.
While Mahoney prayed, Rev. rob Schenck turned his palms to the sky and muttered, “Yes” and “Have mercy” over and over.
But this is in no way a criticism of rob Goodspeed, who made the image.
"It's still true today," rob Underwood, PMA's manager of congressional relations, said.
The greatest danger is that a couple of crooks may rob me and then pitch me overboard.
Would I rob Heaven and give the praise and honour to the creature?
rob turned to whisper a question to Alex, but even as he did so he felt John clutch him by the arm.
But do you think I will rob my sister of her humble servant?
It is a saying among the English, he adds, that the French do not trade with the Indians but rob them.
late 12c., from Old French rober "rob, steal, pillage, ransack, rape," from West Germanic *rauba "booty" (cf. Old High German roubon "to rob," roub "spoil, plunder;" Old English reafian, source of the reave in bereave), from Proto-Germanic *raubon "to rob," from PIE *reup-, *reub- "to snatch" (see rip (v.)).
Lord, hou schulde God approve þat þou robbe Petur, and gif þis robbere to Poule in þe name of Crist? [Wyclif, c.1380]To rob the cradle is attested from 1864 in reference to drafting young men in the American Civil War; by 1949 in reference to seductions or romantic relationships with younger persons. Related: Robbed; robbing.