roborant \ROB-uh-ruhnt\, adjective:
- Strengthening; restoring vigor.
- A strengthening medicine; a tonic; a restorative.
Origin: Roborant derives from the present participle of Latin roborare, "to strengthen," from robur, roboris, "strength."
- When a manager comes whizzing through the cubicles to see if you need anything from him/her without stopping to listen to your answer. Way for manager to know what his/her people are doing.
Every morning Sherwin swings by our area to say hi and pulls a management by driveby.
- A Streetcar Named Desire: Tennessee William's Pulitzer Prize-winning play opened on Broadway (1947)
- heart transplant: the procedure was first performed by Christiaan Barnard on Louis Washkansky in Cape Town; the patient lived 18 days before succumbing to pneumonia, but his new heart didn't fail (1967)
- 20th Century Limited: luxury NYC–Chicago train, on which passengers were routinely given flowers and perfume, finished its final run (1967)
- Bhopal disaster: poison gas emission from Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, killed thousands of people in arguably the worst industrial disaster ever (1984)
- George McClellan 1826
- Joseph Conrad 1857
- Carlos Montoya 1903
- Ferlin Husky 1925
- Andy Williams 1927
- Jean-Luc Godard 1930
- Brendan Fraser 1968 - Actor ("George of the Jungle")
- Holly Marie Combs 1973
- Lauren Roman 1975
- Amanda Seyfried 1985