What are Rodgers?

  • (noun): United States composer of musical comedies (especially in collaboration with Oscar Hammerstein II and with Lorenz Hart) (1902-1979).
    Synonyms: Richard Rodgers

Some articles on rodgers:

List Of Songs By Free - Songs Recorded By Free - B
... "Be My Friend" - Rodgers/Fraser, 1970 (Highway) "Bodie" - Rodgers/Fraser, 1970 (Highway) "Broad Daylight" - Rodgers/Fraser, 1969 (Free) "Burnin' (Molten Gold)" - Kossoff, 1972 (unreleased, Free at Last) ...
List Of United States Political Families (R) - The Rodgers
... David Rodgers, Mayor of Spokane, Washington 1967-1977 ... Father-in-law of Cathy McMorris Rodgers ... Cathy McMorris Rodgers (1969-), Washington State Representative 1995-2005, U.S ...
Rodgers - People
... Aaron Rodgers (b. 1983), American professional football player Alan Rodgers (b ... and horror writer, editor, and poet Andre Rodgers (1934-2004), American professional baseball player Anton Rodgers (1933-2007), British actor and director Bill Rodgers (disambiguation ...
List Of Songs By Free - Songs Recorded By Free - W
... Waitin' on You" - King/Washington, 1968 (BBC session only) "Walk in My Shadow" - Rodgers, 1968 (Tons of Sobs) "Wild Indian Woman" - Rodgers/Fraser, 1968 (Tons ...
Steven Rodgers
... Steven Gordon "Steve" Rodgers (born 23 June 1951) is a former Australian politician ... Rodgers was born in Lismore, New South Wales, and qualified as a boilermaker ... Rodgers held the posts of President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Burdekin ALP branch before his election to the seat in a surprise win in 2001, defeating former One ...

Famous quotes containing the word rodgers:

    this is the night, and this the happy time
    When the tinned milk of human kindness is
    Upheld and holed by radio-appeal.
    —William Robert Rodgers (1909–1969)

    It is not only a question of who is responsible for very young children. There is no longer anyone home to care for adolescents and the elderly. There is no one around to take in the car for repair or to let the plumber in. Working families are faced with daily dilemmas: Who will take care of a sick child? Who will go to the big soccer game? Who will attend the teacher conference?
    —Fran Sussner Rodgers (20th century)

    No bones made, bans laid, or boons expected,
    No contracts, entails, hereditaments,
    Anything at all that might tie or hem.
    —William Robert Rodgers (1909–1969)