Edward White

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Noun1.Edward White - United States jurist appointed chief justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1910 by President Taft; noted for his work on antitrust legislation (1845-1921)
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These new discoveries increase understanding of the background and motivations of the men who played baseball in its early years; for example, there is new info on William Edward White, the first African American major leaguer, who played only one game.
In a statement, following his meeting with US embassy advisor Edward White, he stressed the importance of supporting human rights dossiers in Iraq by international organizations.
Chris Thaiss reviews two edited collections that reflect on the influences of two "heroes" in writing studies: Edward White and Stephen North, respectively.
22, Oklahoma City lawyer Edward White and New York City lawyer Kenneth Elan filed a class action lawsuit against West Publishing, which owns Westlaw, and Reed Elsevier, which owns LexisNexis.
1965: The Gemini 4 spaceship was launched with Edward White on board.
ACLJ attorney Edward White III said the group plans to appeal the ruling.
Oden, and Charles Edward White) saw her in feminist, nineteenth-century Holiness movement or Pentecostal perspective, Heath places her in an ecumenical context of mystics and commends her to the current "New Monastics" as a fitting teacher.
Edward White wartime electrician's mate power and light 2nd class, ACORN 33 [an airfield construction and rehabilitation unit], US Navy, Pacific Theater (Guam), Avalon, New Jersey
Edward White of King Street, South Bank, who pleaded guilty by letter to leaving a secure black bag in the Oliver Street alleyway in South Bank, was fined pounds 100, ordered to pay pounds 100 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
Edward White, University of Virginia Law School, Biographer of Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
He discussed those who lost their lives in the course of the mission, especially the crew of the Apollo 1--Virgil Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee--who became a source of inspiration for the continued progress toward meeting the challenge.
Dnoces is simply "Second" spelled backward--a tricky tribute to Edward White II, America's first spacewalker.