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[Gr. from Heb. Tobijah=God is my good], book of the Old Testament Apocrypha, not included in the Hebrew Bible. It is the account of Tobit, a devout Jew in exile, and of his son Tobias.
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Retired Bishop Antonio Tobias (CARLO CUDAL via CBCP NEWS / MANILA BULLETIN)
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"Oh, wild--you can see my place from over here." Tobias pointed out the window, at a small, shabby building tucked into the shadow of the disused factory across the street.
"I think my guy was sort of an attractive nuisance," said Steven West, Tobias's criminal defense attorney who is handling a lawsuit Tobias has filed against the federal government.
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Look no further than Welsh singer Tobias Robertson.