Roper

Roper is a craftsman who makes ropes; a ropemaker.

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Stephanie Roper Murder - Advancement To Justice
... The Roper family was excluded from observing the trial and was denied the right to present a victim impact statement at sentencing ... Her mother, Roberta Roper, has taken on the cause of victims’ rights, including the right of victims' families to address the court before sentencing ... She and her husband, Vincent, formed the Stephanie Roper Committee and Foundation, Inc ...
Stephanie Roper Murder - Legacy - Roper Victim Assistance Academy
... The Roper Victim Assistance Academy trains victims' advocates ... The Roper Academy was created in 2003 through a federal grant from the United States Department of Justice, Office of Victims of Crime received by the Maryland Governor’s ...
Mount Roper
... Mount Roper (78°7′S 162°45′E / 78.117°S 162.750°E / -78.117 162.750Coordinates 78°7′S 162°45′E / 78.117°S 162.750°E / -78.117 162.750) is ... The peak was named by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 1994 after Cas Roper (died 1994), a scientist with the NZ Antarctic Programme who oversaw Scott Base ...
Roper - Other
... Roper v ... Simmons Roper resonance, an unstable subatomic particle Roper Industries Roper-Logan-Tierney model of nursing USS Roper (DD-147), an American navy ship Roper, a style of ... Roper, a schooner of 393 net tons which collided with the Fannie Brown on 26 Dec 1899 off the coast of Cape Hatteras, sinking the Brown ...
Samuel Roper - Antiquarian
... Dugdale in his Antiquities of Warwickshire mentions Roper as "a gentleman learned and judicious, and singularly well seen in antiquities." Roper also had chambers ... Roper worked out the genealogy of his own family, and his pedigree fills several pages in the Visitation of Derbyshire of 1654 ... In the 'Visitation' of 1654 Roper is called 'collonell for the parlament.' Other sources record him as Colonel ...