- Robert Som·ers [suhm-erz] /ˈsʌm ərz/, 1850–1932, U.S. merchant and philanthropist.
- a city in E South Dakota.
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Examples from the Web for brookings
William Galston, a senior fellow at Brookings, takes a different view because of the players that will lead the tax-reform effort.Can Obama and a Republican Senate Find Common Ground?
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Revenue is generated from the sale of crude oil, according to Luay al-Khatteeb, an energy expert at the Brookings Doha Center.How to Cut Off ISIS Terror Tycoons
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Elaine Kamarck, a fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, wondered if their jobs pose a conflict of interest.D.C.'s Lesbian Power Wedding
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Haskins is affiliated with the liberal Brookings Institution, but he worked on poverty issues in the Bush White House.
Ryan grinned, “Thanks for saying ‘we,’ especially coming from Brookings.”
But what Brookings says goes, around here, so it's you for the woods.
Brookings then took from his pocket his wireless and called Perkins.
No, Brookings, a raid in force is the only sure and safe way.
Brookings took out his own telephone and held it to his ear.
"That strikes me as a perfectly feasible plan," said Brookings.