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jacobus

(dʒəˈkəʊbəs)
n, pl -buses
an English gold coin minted in the reign of James I
[C17: from Late Latin: James]
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Just so, too, Jacobus Hugo has satisfied himself that, by Euenis, Homer meant to insinuate John Calvin; by Antinous, Martin Luther; by the Lotophagi, Protestants in general; and, by the Harpies, the Dutch.
Primarily, Jacobus Laningdale was a scientist, and, up to that time, a very obscure scientist, a professor employed in the laboratories of the Health Office of New York City.
The hot summer was on-- Jacobus Laningdale had selected the time shrewdly--and the plague festered everywhere.
China had laughed at war, and war she was getting, but it was ultra-modern war, twentieth century war, the war of the scientist and the laboratory, the war of Jacobus Laningdale.
Jacobus served as vice president of sales and marketing at The Gazette in Colorado Springs, and from 1989 until 1995, she was the director of sales and marketing at the Tribune-owned Escondido Times Advocate.
ARRIVALS Today: Ranosen, Milos; Jacobus Broere, Rotterdam; Anthea, Szczecin; Mistral, Port Jerome.
March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Murad, where skincare meets healthcare(R), today announced the appointment of Lori Jacobus as the company's new Vice President of Global Marketing beginning March 24th, 2008.
The position reports to Mary Jacobus, president and general manager of The Boston Globe.
Shipping ARRIVALS Today: Jacobus Broere, Rotterdam.
Bob Jacobus, a director in FTN's Structured Finance Group, added, "We elected to work with Prime because of its unique business model and proven track record through difficult markets, which, when combined with Prime's innovative and energetic management team lead by Rick Lindsey, proved to be a compelling funding story.
CONTACT: Melanie Jacobus, American Stock Exchange, +1-212-306-1640, melanie.