- William For·syth [fawr-sahyth] /ˈfɔr saɪθ/, born 1934, U.S. economist: Nobel prize 1990.
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Millions of people could say the same, and Sharpe states outright that her own story is neither dramatic nor unique.America’s Zoloft Problem: A Generation Grows Up With Antidepressants
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“Pointed bosoms should be frightening,” Sharpe wrote in her exhibition book.Bra of the Century
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Sharpe says that TV show was “a project the production company saw as a ploy to sell books and grease the Jamie Oliver machine.”Jamie Oliver's Fat Revolution
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The two mayors who succeeded him, Kenneth Gibson and Sharpe James, also both went to jail on charges of corruption.Jersey Rotten Scoundrels
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At length Mr. Sharpe called on Alfred, and begged to see the deed.Tales And Novels, Volume 8 (of 10)
The Sharpe boys woke up, and proposed to stop and get a little ice.
The light in which the infamous Sharpe is presented in this volume is at least curious.Leading Articles on Various Subjects
Mr Sharpe was already in his place, and “register” had begun.
Then the smoke shifted somehow, and we heard Sharpe yell, ‘Heavens!’