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Product Category : Books. Condition : Very Good. Publication Date : 1992-02-14. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 5 pre-owned listings.
by Patricia Robertson. Select Format: Hardcover.
Published December 1992 by Chivers North Amer.
Patricia Consolatrix Hilliard Robertson (March 12, 1963 – May 24, 2001) was an American physician and a NASA astronaut. She was born in Indiana, Pennsylvania to Ilse Hilliard and the late Harold Hilliard of Homer City. She was married to Scott Robertson. She graduated from Homer-Center High School, Homer City, Pennsylvania in 1980.
Patricia "Trish" Robertson was a twenty-four year-old lieutenant and communications specialist in the US Army, stationed at a remote radar station in northern Canada called Christmastown, just above the Arctic Circle
Patricia "Trish" Robertson was a twenty-four year-old lieutenant and communications specialist in the US Army, stationed at a remote radar station in northern Canada called Christmastown, just above the Arctic Circle. On a routine errand to a nearby laboratory owned by the Ararat Corporation, she found that something had massacred the scientists. The lab's mission had been to study a clone of the Venom symbiote, but the clone escaped and killed everyone but a single survivor.
Patricia Robertson Lindsay. The book is a brief recollection by the author about her father, Dr. Robertson of Hopewell, Aberdeenshire, who served as Commissioner in Scotland for Queen Victoria from 1848 to 1875.
The Symbiote Clone had other powers as well such as memory absorption through skin on skin contact; it is unknown is Patricia could do this as well since she was never given the opportunity to do so. Equipment. Patricia was implanted with the same control collar that Frankie and Vic wore.
Patricia "Patty" Robertson 1944 - 2019Mason City, IL-Patricia "Patty" Jane Robertson, 75, of Mason City, passed away at her home at 8:40 . on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. She was born January 11, 1944, in Petersburg, IL, to Robert and Bertha (Craig) Ratliff. The State Journal-Register.