Examples from the Web for jacobs
“The Russians might be the Christian saviors of the world,” Jacobs said back in June, 2013.The Kremlin’s Favorite Anti-Gay Hate Group is Coming to Utah|Jay Michaelson|July 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Surprisingly, Jacobs, who was the frontrunner for much of the race, ended up in third place.
While Jacobs pushed for regulatory reform, Ernst came out full-throated for abolishing the Department of Education and the EPA.
Jacobs, for example, “was glad Edward Snowden raised the concerns he did.”
As Mr. Jacobs points out, underage models should be chaperoned and offered protections.
When the ballots had been counted and tabulated, the result was seventeen votes for Revels and sixteen votes for Jacobs.The Facts of Reconstruction|John R. Lynch
I read an interview with Jacobs where she talked about the great old neighborhood they knocked down to build it.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
Mr. Jacobs said he had a remnant of tin which he would sell us for ten stivers a foot, and we had paid twelve for ours.Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680|Jasper Danckaerts
In his agitation and embarrassment, Mr. Jacobs actually caught hold of Heyton's hand and pressed it on a sheet of paper.The Woman's Way|Charles Garvice
When the case was called Jacobs answered "ready" with great promptness and the trial commenced.Harry Blount, the Detective|T. J. Flanagan
Word Origin for Jacob
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.