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Alan Rothenberg

Alan RothenbergBorn: Apr. 10, 1939Soccer president of U.S. Soccer 1990-98; surprised European skeptics by directing hugely successful 1994 World Cup tournament; successfully got oft-delayed…

Jerome, Jerome Klapka

(Encyclopedia) Jerome, Jerome Klapka, 1859–1927, English humorist and playwright. His Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow (1886) and Three Men in a Boat (1889) gave him his…

Marvin Rothenberg Biography

Marvin Rothenbergtelevision ad director Though neither his face nor his name may be familiar, his work certainly is. Rothenberg directed Lucky Strike's dancing cigarettes and made Palmolive'…

Laura Rothenberg 2003 Deaths

Laura RothenbergAge: 22 college student who chronicled her battle with cystic fibrosis in an audio diary, which was broadcast on National Public Radio's “All Things Considered.” She died of…

Saint Jérôme

(Encyclopedia) Saint Jérôme săN zhārōm´ [key], city (1991 pop. 23,384), S Que., Canada, on the North River, NW of Montreal. It is an industrial center with woolen and paper mills.…

Jerome of Prague

(Encyclopedia) Jerome of Prague, c.1370–1416, Bohemian religious reformer. During his studies at Prague and at Oxford, Jerome was influenced by the doctrinal views of John Wyclif…

Bos, Jerom

(Encyclopedia) Bos, Jerom: see Bosch, Hieronymus .

Jerome, Saint

(Encyclopedia) Jerome, Saint jərōm´, jĕr´əm [key], c.347–420?, Christian scholar, Father of the Church, Doctor of the Church. He was born in Stridon on the border of Dalmatia and…

Jerome, William Travers

(Encyclopedia) Jerome, William Travers, 1859–1934, American lawyer, b. New York City. Prominent in the cause of reform, he served (1894–95) on the Lexow commission to investigate…