I know this for a fact because Mr. stein, our principal, repeated this to us in stern tones in his office later that day.
The painful end, drawn out in time, stein confines mercifully to a few paragraphs.
A Harvard-trained physician and married mother of two in Massachusetts, stein is mainstream, sharp, and well spoken.
When asked if Barr had called to congratulate stein when she won the nomination, Manski said no.
Solomon recounts a recurring Socratic dialogue between Robbins and stein, Bock, and Harnick.
Dr. stein is usually quite what his name signifies towards women.
"But I don't think he will go away from the place," remarked stein.
There was a motor car, a bottle of whisky, and for him a grubby shrieking cash-girl from Parcher and stein's.
A present from stein, it seems—in exchange for that ring, you know.
It is true the king did not like stein, and saw him go without regret.
Stein (stīn), William Howard. 1911-1980.
American biochemist. He shared a 1972 Nobel Prize for pioneering studies of ribonuclease.