roborant \ROB-uh-ruhnt\, adjective:
- 1. Strengthening; restoring vigor.
- 1. A strengthening medicine; a tonic; a restorative.
Roborant derives from the present participle of Latin roborare, "to strengthen," from robur, roboris, "strength."
- Despite the obvious misfortune one remains optimistic.
or to the layman:
- Shit ain't a big deal.
No hair off my balls.
- Leif Erikson: the Norwegian explorer became the first European to step on North American soil (1000)
- Roger Williams: religious dissident who espoused a separation of church and state was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony; he went on to found Rhode Island (1635)
- Yale University: was founded in New Haven, as The Collegiate School of Connecticut (1701)
- Laura Ingalls: became the first woman to fly solo across the US, from New York to California (1930) (not the one from Little House on the Prairie)
- Rube Marquard 1889
- Bruce Catton 1899
- Aimee Semple McPherson 1890
- Otto Schnering 1891
- Alistair Sim 1900
- Howard St. John 1905
- Jacques Tati 1908
- Edward Andrews 1914
- Fyvush Finkel 1923
- Donald Sinden 1923
- Joe Pepitone (MLB) 1940
- John Lennon 1940 - Musician (Beatles)
- Peter Tosh 1944
- John Alec Entwistle 1944 - Musician (The Who)
- Jackson Browne 1948 - Musician
- Robert Wuhl 1951
- Shona Laing 1955