Scalia



Antonin
[an-tuh-nin] /ˈæn tə nɪn/ (Show IPA), born 1936, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1986.
Contemporary Examples

Justice Scalia is always willing to debate issues involving religious teachings.
Scalia’s Catholic Betrayal Alan M. Dershowitz August 17, 2009

For Scalia, Kennedy and his colleagues have already decided that state marriage bans are unconstitutional.
Still Two Americas for Same-Sex Couples Douglas NeJaime June 26, 2013

But for the conservatives, and for Scalia most of all, legal propriety is absurdly quaint.
Michael Tomasky on Antonin Scalia, the Lawless Supreme Court Justice Michael Tomasky June 25, 2012

Scalia’s own transformation shows how the conservative legal movement has changed since becoming largely ascendent.
Scalia Reverses Scalia Noah Kristula-Green July 2, 2012

Yet that is precisely what Scalia would authorize under his skewed view of the United States Constitution.
Scalia’s Catholic Betrayal Alan M. Dershowitz August 17, 2009

Historical Examples

Castelforte engaged in conversation with Correr and Scalatelli, while Scalia removed his topcoat.
The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao

Castelforte and Scalia walked out upon the plain, gesticulating.
The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao

Scalia stayed at Sangiorgio’s left, and Bomba at Oldofredi’s left.
The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao

Castelforte and Scalia turned back slowly, arguing the while.
The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao

The sharp, hard ring of the swords cast on the grass by Scalia checked him.
The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao

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