An editor next to me speculated that Jacobs had been inspired by the wreckage of Hurricane Sandy.
The singer also credits Jacobs for teaching her everything she knows about fashion.
Coppola and Wintour were seated together at the show and led the standing ovation when Jacobs took his bow at the end.
As if to send a sharp signal, Jacobs adds: “I would say to you there would not be a great amount of tolerance for anything else.”
Jacobs: I remember when I first graduated from college and was still auditioning for high-school parts.
Mr. Jacobs, the detective from Scotland Yard, arrived at the Hall a little after four.
But they don't lay off a man like Jacobs and put in a new man just to be nice.
Jacobs's wives say to him, "All the riches which thou hast taken from our father that is ours and our children's."
I believe Mr. Jacobs would take the claim and pay him the equity.
Dr. Jacobs recently attempted to vote, and carried the question before the courts.
masc. proper name, name of Old Testament patriarch, son of Isaac and Rebecca and father of the founders of the twelve tribes, from Late Latin Iacobus, from Greek Iakobos, from Hebrew Ya'aqobh, literally "one that takes by the heel" (Gen. xxviii:12), a derivative of 'aqebh "heel." The most popular name for boys born in the U.S. from 1999 through 2008. Jacob's ladder, in various transferred uses from 1733, is from Gen. xxviii:12.
Jacob Ja·cob (zhä-kôb'), François. Born 1920.
French geneticist. He shared a 1965 Nobel Prize for the study of regulatory activity in body cells.