- James,1918–2002, U.S. economist: Nobel prize 1981.
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Examples from the Web for tobin
Finally, it is summer and one other wine to enjoy outside around the barbeque would be the Tobin James Sauvignon Blanc.William Shatner Picks His Favorite Wines
July 4, 2014
For a church that moves at a glacial pace, the murmurings of Bishops like Tobin are lightning fast and boldly subversive.A Coming American Schism Over Pope Francis?
September 20, 2013
Does Tobin think Abbas has been faking support for two states since 1977—that is to say, for 36 years?
As far as I can tell, Tobin offers two reasons for skepticism.
That Tobin keeps reiterating it anyway suggests a deep confirmation bias.
"I suppose you'd better have Tobin to see her," said he, coldly.Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I.
Charles James Lever
So I see,” said Conductor Tobin, “and you look very comfortable; but how does he like it?Cab and Caboose
Tobin advertised in the papers, but nothing could be found of the colleen.
But Tobin was a hardheaded man, and the sadness stuck in his skin.
"'Tis wonderful how she knows," says Tobin as we walk to the pier.