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Simon Royce
... Simon Ernest Royce (born 9 September 1971 in Forest Gate, England) is a retired English footballer currently at Brentford as a goalkeeping coach ... Royce joined Gillingham in April 2007 as an emergency loan signing after the Kent team were left with no fit goalkeepers for their final three matches of the season and signed for the club on a permanent basis in ...
List Of Characters In The Predator Series - Predators - Edwin
... is crippled by a trap, trying to escape with Royce and Isabelle ... After he attempts to paralyze Royce, Royce disarms him and booby-traps Edwin's body with grenades and uses him as bait in a trap for the super Predator ...
Royce - Other Uses
... Royce', a Japanese chocolate manufacturing company Royce Brook, a creek in New Jersey Royce Hall, on the campus of the University of California ...
List Of Characters In The Predator Series - Predators - Isabelle
... She helps Royce out by shooting the super Predator with her sniper rifle ... Isabelle and Royce sit together by the remains of a fire, watching the sky as more humans and other aliens are being dropped into the jungle ... Royce says to Isabelle that it is time to find a way off the planet, and they walk away into the jungle ...
List Of Characters In The Predator Series - Predators - Royce
... Royce (Adrien Brody) is an American ex-military–soldier turned mercenary equipped with a automatic shotgun with a drum mag, and a pistol as well as a machete. ... Royce releases the Classic Predator for his help to start the ship in order to escape the planet ... Royce disorients the Predator and after a violent fight, he defeats and decapitates it ...

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    Philosophers have actually devoted themselves, in the main, neither to perceiving the world, nor to spinning webs of conceptual theory, but to interpreting the meaning of the civilizations which they have represented, and to attempting the interpretation of whatever minds in the universe, human or divine, they believed to be real.
    —Josiah Royce (1855–1916)

    Man you can define; but the true essence of any man, say, for instance, of Abraham Lincoln, remains the endlessly elusive and mysterious object of the biographer’s interest, of the historian’s comments, of popular legend, and of patriotic devotion.
    —Josiah Royce (1855–1916)

    By an individual being, whatever one’s metaphysical doctrine, one means an unique being, that is, a being which is alone of its own type, or is such that no other of its class exists.
    —Josiah Royce (1855–1916)