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Myron Scholes and Robert Merton won the Nobel Prize in economics in 1997, by which time Black had died.
“She was the closest thing I felt like I had to a daughter,” Merton told The Daily Beast on Sunday.
That Brayden will not get to grow up with his big sister is perhaps what hurts the Engels the most, Merton said.
Merton said that on Friday, Olivia had been excited to get home from school and make a gingerbread house.
Reader of Thomas Merton and that bunch (and indeed Niebuhr--look at how Obama apparently immersed himself in Niebuhr).
Old Merton embraced the commission, for he happened to need Meadows's advice and assistance.
I am here to tell, not the great tale of gold, but the little story of how Susan Merton was affected thereby.
The female servants were called to assist her, and old Merton and Meadows left her in their hands, feeble, but calm and thankful.
Old Merton saw now how the land lay, and he clung to a marriage between these two as his only hope.
And don't you see that, when the writ is served on old Merton, he will be as strong as fire for me and against him.