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    Eleanor (/ ˈ ɛ l ə n ər,-n ɔːr /) is a feminine given name, originally from an Old French adaptation of the Old Provençal name Aliénor.It is the name of a number of women of the high nobility in western Europe during the High Middle Ages.

  2. Su prima primera Corinne Douglas Robinson, cuyo primer año en Allenswood se superpuso con el último de su pariente, dijo, que cuando llegó a la escuela, Roosevelt «era “todo” en la escuela. Era querida por todos». [30] Deseaba continuar en Allenwood, pero su abuela la llamó a casa en 1902 para hacer su debut social. [31]

  3. Eleanor Powell was friends with Bill "Bojangles" Robinson early on in her career, when they both worked in New York and danced at private parties. Powell would accompany Robinson through back entrances and in freight elevators, as due to segregation, he was not allowed to enter through the front.

  4. Eleanor Parker, star un peu oubliée aujourd'hui, interprète son dernier rôle en 1991 dans le téléfilm Échec et meurtre. Scène. Eleanor Parker a aussi brillé sur les planches à plusieurs reprises, reprenant notamment le personnage joué par Lauren Bacall dans le musical Applause.

  5. He has illustrated over 30 children's books, many of which are picture book biographies of people such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Jackie Robinson, Rosa Parks and John F. Kennedy. He has also illustrated many multicultural children's books such as Jalapeno Bagels, The Little Painter of Sabana Grande, The Legend of Mexicatl and First Day in Grapes which won the Pura Belpré Honor Award.

  6. Madeleine Robinson, Les Canards majuscules (À jeu découvert), Éditions Robert Laffont, Paris, 1978. Madeleine Robinson (préf. Claude Dauphin), Belle et Rebelle, Lausanne, Éditions Publi-Libris, 2001, 220 p. (ISBN 2-940251-01-0, présentation en ligne) Réédition de l'autobiographie Les Canards majuscules (nouvelle édition augmentée).

  7. I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson: Created by Zach Kanin, Tim Robinson. With Tim Robinson, Sam Richardson, Patti Harrison, Conner O'Malley. In this new sketch show, Tim Robinson and guests spend each segment driving someone to the point of needing -- or desperately wanting -- to leave.