American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Tobin, James 1918-2002. American economist. He won a 1981 Nobel Prize for his analyses of financial markets and their influence on the finances of families and businesses.
- n. United States economist (1918-2002)
“Tobin is known for taking strong stands against abortion.”
“I suppose now, that Bishop Thomas J. Tobin is off to molest a little boy!”
“I think Bishop Tobin is trying to arm twist Kennedy by barring the congressman from taking communion.”
“Also Julie Tobin is an 18-year city employeewho received a COLA.”
“Jeff Tobin is right why did they wait so long to arrest him.”
“Also, Julie Tobin is a 12-year city employee who received a COLA.”
“Jeff Tobin is a tool, Jack Cafferty is a joke, Anderson Cooper (bless his soul) needs to come out for "gay men for Obama", and Gloria Borgia is a disgrace.”
“For example, this is the man from which the name Tobin tax comes from, James Tobin.”
“He's floated what's become known as the Tobin tax, or a transaction levy.”
“The next day I called Tobin to get his take on what had happened in the elections nationally, and to feel out whether having taken the Dare was going to turn into further business for my company.”
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