- From Wilkin + -son. (Wiktionary)
“Wilkinson, in other words, should not count his chickens prematurely.”
“There is much more in Wilkinson's essay, including a discussion of Tyler Cowen's claim that markets satisfy the human need for status-seeking by providing many dimensions along which humans may compete for status.”
“Andrew Wilkinson is senior market analyst at Greenwich, Conn. -basedInteractive Brokers.”
“Kendra Wilkinson is very happy as well as excited for her initial kid as well as Hugh Hefner; Kendras former beloved sent his wishes for Kendra, Hank as well as a entrance baby.”
“Wilkinson is due to have a shoulder scan tomorrow which will determine his chances of tackling the All Blacks and Sale's Charlie Hodgson has been called in as emergency cover.”
“Wilkinson is saying goodbye to her training facility.”
“Once named one of the 50 hottest bachelors in America by People magazine, Wilkinson is now the chief of staff for Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson.”
“LB Gerris Wilkinson is versatile enough to play inside or outside.”
“If Wilkinson says otherwise – that he would look back on the choices he made and look ahead to his future life and be happy, but that he would still regret what he had done and wish he had done otherwise – Wilkinson is simply saying, “Baa baa buff.””
“For her efforts, Wilkinson is USATODAY. com's U.S. Olympic Athlete of the Week.”
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