Who is Robert Charles Benchley?

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March 4 - Births
1794) 1745 – Charles Dibdin, English composer (d. 1933) 1862 – Jacob Robert Emden, Swiss astrophysicist and meteorologist (d. 1938) 1889 – Robert William Wood, American landscape artist (d ...
May 29 - Births
1693) 1630 – Charles II of England (d. 1999) 1926 – Charles Denner, French actor (d ... American comedian 1934 – Nanette Newman, English actress and author 1937 – Charles W ...
34th Legislative Assembly Of Ontario
... Riding Member Party Notes Algoma Charles Jackson Wildman New Democratic Party Algoma—Manitoulin Michael A ... Party Died in 2013 Brampton North Carman McClelland Liberal Brampton South Robert V ... Callahan Liberal Brant—Haldimand Robert Fletcher Nixon Liberal Brantford David Emil Neumann Liberal Bruce Murray John Elston Liberal Burlington South Cameron Jackson Progressive Conservative Cambridge Mike Liam ...
Queen's Club Championships - Past Results - Men - Singles
... Lavy 6–0, 6–2, 6–3 1901 Charles Dixon George Greville 6–1, 6–0, 4–6, 6–4 1902 Josiah Ritchie Charles Simond 6–3, 6–4, 6–0 1903. 6–1, 6–3 1940–1945 Not Held 1946 Pancho Segura Colin Long 6–4, 7–5 1947 Robert Falkenburg Colin Long 6–4, 7–5 1948 Robert Falkenburg / Eric Sturgess title shared 1949 ...
August 25 - Births
1724) 1719 – Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo, French painter (d. 1886) 1850 – Charles Richet, French physiologist, Nobel Prize laureate (d ... Filipino television host and politician 1935 – Charles Wright, American poet 1936 – Giridharilal Kedia, Indian businessman, founded the Image Institute of ...

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    We have two kinds of “conference.” One is that to which the office boy refers when he tells the applicant for a job that Mr. Blevitch is “in conference.” This means that Mr. Blevitch is in good health and reading the paper, but otherwise unoccupied. The other type of “conference” is bona fide in so far as it implies that three or four men are talking together in one room, and don’t want to be disturbed.
    —Robert Benchley (1889–1945)