### In literature:

For he too was famous in his own sphere; and in the drawing-room of Wilkins's one celebrity was hob-nobbing with another!

"The Regent" by E. Arnold Bennett

There was one of our party who never failed to mark "two for his Nob" at cribbage, and he was thought no mean person.

"Hazlitt on English Literature" by Jacob Zeitlin

I'd have given him one for his precious nob, ghost or no ghost.

"The Childerbridge Mystery" by Guy Boothby

To these are added twelve for the double pair-royal, and "one for his nob," making twenty-nine.

"Hoyle's Games Modernized"

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### Typos

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