Joel Kotkin on why traditional industries still matter in the post-information age.
Joel Pollak turned past the cover and attacked points made in the article itself.
To see how this relates to an average marriage, replace, for a moment, Ahmadinejad and Obama with Joel and Lisa.
I called up John Calley, who was running Warner Bros., and told him about the project, and Joel and I went to meet with him.
Researchers Joel Warner and Peter McGraw conducted an experiment in which free drinks were served.
They both laughed, but Joel had a note of envy in his mirth.
The two Baxters—Jake and Joel—were coming in their dugout to do it.
Then came a fair one clean across the rubber, but Joel did not strike.
"Tisn't worse than to wish you'd got things you haven't," retorted Joel.
As the two boys started down the hill, Joel stole a glance at his companion.
masc. proper name, from Hebrew Yoh'el, name of a minor Old Testament prophet, literally "the Lord is God;" the same name as Elijah (q.v.) but with the elements reversed. But the personal name that became common in Devon and Cornwall and the Breton districts of Yorkshire and the Eastern Counties immediately after the Conquest is from Old Breton Iudhael, from Iud- "chief, lord" + hael "generous." It is the source of the modern British surname Joel, as well as Jewell, Joule, and Jolson.
Jehovah is his God. (1.) The oldest of Samuel's two sons appointed by him as judges in Beersheba (1 Sam. 8:2). (See VASHNI Ø(n/a).) (2.) A descendant of Reuben (1 Chr. 5:4,8). (3.) One of David's famous warriors (1 Chr. 11:38). (4.) A Levite of the family of Gershom (1 Chr. 15:7, 11). (5.) 1 Chr. 7:3. (6.) 1 Chr. 27:20. (7.) The second of the twelve minor prophets. He was the son of Pethuel. His personal history is only known from his book.