The graph is of the Beveridge curve, which represents the relationship between vacancies and unemployment.
“But there is nothing the matter with me,” Mr. Beveridge had urged.
"Mr. Beveridge amuses me—distinctly amuses me," she retorted.
“You will certainly have to cut off our rations a bit, Mr. Beveridge,” Will Martyn said one day as they finished dinner.
Young Mr. Beveridge is coming, but we want a couple more hands.
Mr. Beveridge and Horace walked about for some time, and then returned on board.
“I think that will be a very good plan,” Mr. Beveridge agreed.
“I have every hope that the treaty will be respected,” Mr. Beveridge wrote.
Maybe you are right, Mr. Beveridge, though I did not look at it in that light before.
Mr. Beveridge, sanctioned in his courtship by Julius Marston, was not especially worried by any inferences from that soft glance.