We all know, and spend our lives trying to avoid, people like Jimmy and Gretchen.
Gretchen Morgenson at the New York Times blamed Wall Street, for exploiting the middle class.
There was also Gretchen Jones, the perfect reality-TV villain who stabbed her fellow competitors in the back and face.
But I liked what they did with Elliott and Gretchen, the lasers with Badger and Skinny Pete.
"Gretchen Morgenson of the New York Times wrote a column about the decision to rescue AIG," Kucinich said to Zingales.
A tumult followed, and Gretchen started up from her reverie, and heard among the restless murmurs the name of Mrs. Woods.
But one day little Gretchen played a trick on him to see what he would do.
The steins clicked crisply in Gretchen's arms; one of them fell and broke at her feet.
Gretchen, alone in the great capital, alone and a woman, what could she do?
The mutton was for a friend of mine; Gretchen was a pious fraud; all being fair in love and war.
fem. proper name, German diminutive of Greta, a German and Swedish pet form of Margaret. Somestimes used as a typical German female name, also sometimes in reference to the name of the simple girl seduced by Faust.