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Encyclopedia > Robert Fulford
Alternate use: see Robert Fulford (croquet player) for the English croquet player.

Robert Fulford (born February 13, 1932) is a noted Canadian journalist and essayist. He was born in Ottawa and lives in Toronto. He writes a weekly column for the National Post newspaper.


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  • Crisis at the Victory Burlesk: Culture, Politics & Other Diversions - 1968
  • Marshall Delaney at the Movies - 1974
  • An Introduction to the Arts in Canada - 1977
  • Canada: A Celebration - 1983
  • Best Seat in the House: Memoirs of a Lucky Man - 1988
  • Accidental City: The Transforamtion of Tronto - 1995
  • Toronto Discovered - 1998
  • The Triumph of Narrative: Storytelling in the Age of Mass Culture - 1999

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Robert Fulford (croquet player) - definition of Robert Fulford (croquet player) in Encyclopedia (239 words)
Robert Fulford (born 1969) is a leading English croquet player who has dominated the sport since the turn of the 1990s.
Fulford has a light attitude towards the game, often travelling from cheap hotel to the next because he only makes about £8000 a year from the sport.
Robert also coaches croquet, particularly in Australia and the Chattooga Club in North Carolina.
Articles on Al Adamson Murder and Trial (4518 words)
Fulford is accused of bashing in Adamsonandrsquos skull and entombing his body under 42 inches of cement in a hole from which a Jacuzzi had been removed at Adamsonandrsquos Avenue 49 home in Indio.
Robert Hurley, Fulfordandrsquos attorney, urged jurors not to conclude from a case lacking direct evidence and filled with circumstantial evidence that his client is guilty of first-degree murder as the prosecution contends.
Fulford, 50, was accused of bashing in the movie directorandrsquos skull and entombing his body in cement in a hole from which a Jacuzzi had been removed at Adamsonandrsquos Avenue 49 home.
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