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Correct spelling:
( Old Testament) the second patriarch; son of Abraham and Sarah who was offered by Abraham as a sacrifice to God; father of Jacob and Esau
Examples of usage:
  1. Let people take warning by Sir Isaac Newton, and never speculate in a thing because other people are doing the same; then these bubbles and collapses will be prevented, or will become much less disastrous. - "Political economy", W. Stanley Jevons.
  2. The wisest men have been deluded during manias; and in the Library of the Royal Society is shown a letter from Sir Isaac Newton requesting a friend to buy shares for him in the South Sea Company, just at the moment when the South Sea Bubble was at its worst. - "Political economy", W. Stanley Jevons.
  3. You are wrong, Isaac Jacobsen! - "The Sins of Séverac Bablon", Sax Rohmer.