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Tobey

(ˈtəʊbɪ)
n
(Biography) Mark. 1890–1976, US painter. Influenced by Chinese calligraphy, he devised a style of improvisatory abstract painting called "white writing"

To•bey

(ˈtoʊ bi)

n.
Mark, 1890–1976, U.S. painter.
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I only wanted to tell papa that Tobey is coming down from the college tomorrow to pack his books.
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TOBEY RYLAND is a 13-year-old highly-promising swimmer from Bebington who won the 50m freestyle at the English Swimming Championships.
NEED FOR SPEED (12) CAR mechanic Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul) runs his father's garage but is struggling to make ends meet so he relies on prize money from illegal street races.
The film focuses on Tobey Marshall (ron Paul) who is a mechanic.
Need for Speed tells the story of local street racing legend Tobey Marshall (Paul) who is struggling to keep his garage from being taken over by his bank when his rival, Dino Brewster (Cooper), offers him a job.
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NEED FOR SPEED (12A) CAR mechanic Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul) runs his father's garage but is struggling to make ends meet, so he relies on prize money from illegal street races.
Because the "Need for Speed" games don't offer much in the way of narrative, director Scott Waugh ("Act of Valor") and sibling screenwriters George and John Gatins are pretty much starting from scratch here, and serve up a 1950s hot-rod/greaser throwback peopled by Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul), a youth stock-car prodigy who now runs a local custom auto shop, and his best bud, Pete (Harrison Gilbertson), who's also called "Little Pete," and whose sensitive, childlike demeanor tells us he's doomed to meet an untimely end.
He's given a chance to clear his debts by millionaire car enthusiast Dino - Britain's Dominic Cooper, in full panto villain mode - a deal Tobey makes with disastrous consequences.