Jacob's membrane

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Florida-based investment adviser Arthur Jacob and his company Innovative Business Solutions LLC have been charged by the SEC with deceiving clients over a period of at least five years.
His name was Artie Shaw, but he was born Arthur Jacob Arshawsky, the son of Jewish immigrants.
The great clarinetist born Arthur Jacob Arshawsky put the matter this way, as recorded in a biography written by the child-actor-turned-writer Tom Nolan, Three Chords for Beauty's Sake: The Life of Artie Shaw (Norton, May): "In those days," the musician recalled, "you had to be a Gentile in America, to work," and anyhow he didn't feel Jewish.
It begins with the story of Gillian Tindall's great grandfather, Arthur Jacob, who set out from Dublin to Paris on foot during the period of Napoleon Bonaparte's demise.
This article provides a brief biography of Dr Arthur Jacob, one of the leading ophthalmologists of his time, a description by him of the making of his needle for cataract surgery and extracts from two descriptions of cataract surgery without anaesthesia.
Robin Arthur Jacob, Arlington, TX Admitted 1971; Died October 2, 2004
So said my great-great uncle, William Arthur Jacob Cedric Josiah Nathaniel Alexander Seamus Edward Jake Thomas Lewis-Smith (a long name, I know, but his mother thought they should give everyone who took part in the gang-bang a mention, as a mark of respect).
Born Arthur Jacob Arshawsky to Yiddishspeaking parents in East Manhattan, he was conscious of anti-Semitism from an early age and this may have encouraged his own liberal views on race in a generally intolerant society.
Marilyn Monroe Michelle Williams Colin Clark Eddie Redmayne Laurence Olivier Kenneth Branagh Milton Greene Dominic Cooper Vivien Leigh Julia Ormond Lucy Emma Watson Sybil Thorndike Judi Dench Paula Strasberg Zoe Wanamaker Arthur Jacobs Toby Jones Owen Morshead Derek Jacobi Arthur Miller Dougray Scott
The original idea had come from Arthur Jacobs, a colleague of Abrahams from the 1950s and who was working on an adaptation of the original novel by Pierre Boulle.
Abraham Lincoln Un ballo in Maschera The title of an opera by Verdi, first produced in Rome in 1859, in The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Arthur Jacobs, 4th edition, 1978 Andrew Johnson But headlong joy is ever on the wing A line from "The Passion", a poem by John Milton (1608-1674), in Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 1996 Ulysses Grant suspensory ligament An anatomical term of various specific meanings, in Web 3 Rutherford Hayes The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The title of a novel by Mark Twain, in The Readers Encyclopedia, W.