Jacobs

[ US /ˈdʒeɪkəbz/ ]
NOUN
  1. English writer of macabre short stories (1863-1943)
  2. Dutch physician who opened the first birth control clinic in the world in Amsterdam (1854-1929)
  3. United States writer and critic of urban planning (born in 1916)
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How To Use Jacobs In A Sentence

  • David Jacobs was given the job of combining the data from these 19 studies into one giant study.
  • Meanwhile, fashionmonger Marc Jacobs is skipping over beefy bottom brackets and instead harnessing the awesome marketing power of p-fars. Bicycle Marketing: Survival of the Beefiest
  • David Jacobs was given the job of combining the data from these 19 studies into one giant study.
  • A newspaperwoman by training, Ms Jacobs wrote many highly regarded books on dollhouses.
  • ANF president Werner Jacobs said his group, with 3000 members, was considering changing the group's name to 'naturist' instead of 'nudist' because of the bad publicity. Stuff.co.nz - Stuff
  • We’re all supposed to take inspiration from Sada Jacobson, who I’m told is the world’s number-one female fencer, which is kind of like being the world’s number-one Real World/Road Rules Challenge participant.1 Everyone is going to be ecstatic about the prospect of Michael Phelps winning as many as eight gold medals in swimming, even though I have yet to find a single person who knows who Michael Phelps is. Chuck Klosterman on Sports
  • Jacobson, though, thinks the Internet will be the delivery method of choice.
  • • And finally, the title grumpiest man of the week goes to author Howard Jacobson, whose view of modern life doesn't appear to have been lifted by his long-awaited Booker triumph with The Finkler Question. Hugh Muir's diary
  • Campanella does not blame Jacobs for what happened to his profession. Frank Gruber: Planning and Building for the Future, Dead: Round Up the Usual Suspects
  • But there's been a lot of crazy weather, cool snaps and rain, Jacobson says.
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