Nigel Roberts

(b. 1941)

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Nigel S. Roberts

Roberts, Nigel (1941– )

Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge Kingscote (1830—1908) courtier and agriculturist

BRUNT, Robert Nigel Bright (1902 - 1982)

BRUCE, Robert Nigel (Beresford Dalrymple) (1907 - 1997)

Kingscote, Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge (1830-1908), courtier and agriculturist

JACOBS, Nigel Robert (born 1960), QC 2006; barrister and arbitrator

SMITH, Nigel Watkin Roberts (born 1954), Chairman, Spikes Cavell, since 2011

LAMBERT, Nigel Robert Woolf (born 1949), QC 1999; a Recorder, since 1996

nigel leask (ed.). The Oxford Edition of the Works of Robert Burns, Volume I: Commonplace Books, Tour Journals, and Miscellaneous Prose.

AMEY, Julian Nigel Robert (born 1949), Chief Executive, Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management, since 2012

GILDEA, Robert Nigel (born 1952), Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford, and Fellow, Worcester College, Oxford, since 2006

MACAIRE, Robert Nigel Paul (born 1966), HM Diplomatic Service; on leave of absence as Director for Political Risk, BG Group, since 2011

BROOMFIELD, Nigel (Hugh Robert Allen) (born 1937), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Chairman, Leonard Cheshire Disability (formerly Leonard Cheshire), 2005–09

BAKER, Nigel Robert James (born 1942), QC 1988; a Recorder, since 1985; a Deputy High Court Judge, Queen’s Bench Division, since 1994

PEIRCE, Robert Nigel (born 1955), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Chairman, Britweek Inc., since 2007; Director, Beverly Hills Wealth Management, since 2010; Co-founder, Voice Technology Solutions, since 2014

POOLE, Nigel Robert (born 1949), a Judge of the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (formerly a Senior Immigration Judge, Asylum and Immigration Tribunal), since 2005

HAYWOOD, Nigel Robert (born 1955), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Governor of the Falkland Islands and Commissioner for South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, 2010–14

KINGSCOTE, Robert Nigel FitzHardinge (1830 - 1908), JP, DL; Paymaster to the Household of King Edward VII from 1901; Extra Equerry to the King from 1901; Receiver-General Duchy of Cornwall from 1888; Colonel 4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment


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(1941– ),

born Wellington, NZ, has lived in Australia since 1965 and teaches art. One of the significant identities of the poetry revolution in Australia in the late 1960s–1970s, Roberts was ...

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