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testicles (sometimes spelt Jacob's)
An English patronymic surname derived from Jacob
{i} family name; Joseph Jacobs (1854-1916), Jewish historian and folklorist, editor of an edition of "The Jewish Encyclopedia" and a collection of Aesop's fables
An English surname
American tennis player who won the U.S. Open singles title four times (1932-1935) and the Wimbledon singles title in 1936. American writer whose works, including The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961), challenge traditional theories and methods of urban planning
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testicles (sometimes spelt Jacobs)
United States writer and critic of urban planning (born in 1916)
Dutch physician who opened the first birth control clinic in the world in Amsterdam (1854-1929)
English writer of macabre short stories (1863-1943)
Dutch physician who opened the first birth control clinic in the world in Amsterdam (1854-1929) United States writer and critic of urban planning (born in 1916) English writer of macabre short stories (1863-1943)
Jane Jacobs
orig. Jane Butzner born May 4, 1916, Scranton, Pa., U.S. U.S.-born Canadian urbanologist. She became active in urban community work while living in New York City with her architect husband. For 10 years she was an editor at Architectural Forum. Her highly influential The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961) is a brash, passionate, and highly original reinterpretation of the multiple needs of modern urban places. The Economy of Cities (1969) discussed the importance of diversity to a city's prospects. Later works include Cities and the Wealth of Nations (1984) and Edge of Empire (1996). See also urban planning
Harriet Jacobs
(1813-1897) black American antislavery activist who ran away to the North to escape slavery, founder of the Jacobs F Free School for black children
Helen Hull Jacobs
(1908-1997) U.S. tennis player. Jacobs was the national junior tennis champion in 1924-25. She was first defeated by Helen Wills, who would prove to be her longtime rival, in the 1928 finals at Forest Hills, N.Y. Though Wills was virtually always victorious, Jacobs was a popular favourite. Her only victory over Wills came by default. Though often in Wills's shadow, Jacobs won four U.S. Open singles (1932-35), three doubles (1932 and 1934-35), and mixed doubles (1934) championships. She was ranked in the world's top 10 from 1928 to 1940. In 1933 she became the first woman to break with tradition by wearing man-tailored shorts at Wimbledon. Her autobiography, Beyond the Game, appeared in 1936
Joseph Jacobs
{i} (1854-1916) Jewish historian and folklorist, editor of an edition of "The Jewish Encyclopedia" and a collection of Aesop's fables
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    () Cockney rhyming slang - Jacob's Cream Crackers = knackers

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