[sam-yoo-uh l-suh n, -yuh l-]
- Paul A(nthony),1915–2009, U.S. economist: Nobel prize 1970.
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Examples from the Web for samuelson
Samuelson's column was tweeted by the office of Speaker John Boehner.Pick a Talking Point
June 18, 2012
"This Bill seems to just adore Mr. Samuelson," ventured Patty.
Mr. Samuelson and I were deeply grieved to hear the sad news of your father.
At the Samuelson's ranch they found not only the doctor but Len Christie.
They ran off a lot of Mr. Samuelson's horses last night, and they're after them.
Mr. Samuelson, Lilienfeld's counsel, turned pale and arose instantly.Atlantis