Robert Graves

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Noun1.Robert Graves - English writer known for his interest in mythology and in the classics (1895-1985)
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Originating as a rebellious movement in philosophy and literature, Postmodernism proclaimed the death of modernism and promoted a new, nonlinear way of approaching architecture and design, spearheaded by Michael Graves, Robert Venturi, Ettore Sottsass, and Alessandro Mendini.
High honors went to: Amanda Abraham, Samson Ashline, Thomas Ayres, Cassandra Campana, Heather Cannon, Hamilton Carpenter, Timothy Collins, Alison Crooker, Caroline Delaney, Angelina DeSocio, Jordan Farren, John Graves, Robert Green, Caleb Hart, Daniel Henson, Gilson Hogan, Katherine Houseman, Tamika Isaac, Jesslyn Joseph, Etana Matatia, Christopher Rucinski, Ashley Tripp and Kathleen Zayka.
Ian Graves, Robert Half's Managing Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa said: "We see a lot of potential for our services, both in the UAE, specifically, and in the Middle East overall, as the market is still relatively young here.