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Rob·son

 (rŏb′sən), Mount
A mountain, 3,959 m (12,989 ft) high, of eastern British Columbia, Canada, on the border with Alberta. It is the highest elevation in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Robson

(ˈrɒbsən)
n
(Placename) Mount Robson a mountain in SW Canada, in E British Columbia: the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. Height: 3954 m (12 972 ft)

Robson

(ˈrɒbsən)
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1. (Biography) Sir Bobby, full name Robert William.1933–2009, English footballer and manager: played in 20 matches for England (1957–62) and managed the team (1982–90); managed Ipswich Town (1969–82) with whom he won the UEFA Cup in 1981; won trophies with clubs in the Netherlands, Portugal, and in Spain where he won the 1997 European Cup Winners' Cup with Barcelona
2. (Biography) Bryan. born 1957, English footballer and manager: played for Manchester United (1981–94) and was their longest-serving captain: scored 26 goals in 90 games (65 as captain) for England (1980–91)
3. (Biography) Dame Flora. 1902–84, English stage and film actress

Rob•son

(ˈrɒb sən)

n.
Mount, a mountain in SW Canada, in E British Columbia: highest peak of the Rocky Mountains in Canada, 12,972 ft. (3954 m).