John Marshall

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Noun1.John Marshall - United States juristJohn Marshall - United States jurist; as chief justice of the Supreme Court he established the principles of United States constitutional law (1755-1835)
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He was at Monterey when John Marshall discovered gold in Sutter's mill-race.
com)-- John Marshall High School is preparing to honor members of the Class of 2018 at the annual Senior Awards Banquet.
But it was John Marshall, in the Beatson's Subaru Impreza, who did enough to take the overall crown.
General manager John Marshall presented Mr Blagborough with retirement gifts on behalf of the joinery team and other members of the organisation.
Instead of a four-lane road connecting John Marshall Highway and Happy Creek Road, the contract calls for it to start with four lanes at John Marshall Highway, but narrow to two lanes for a stretch.
Vice chairman John Marshall explained: "As a national firm with a developing network of international partnerships, our strong regional linkage is a key differentiator of ours and is an important part of the DNA of our business.
There was no major emergency that motivated John Marshall to uproot his family for six months of global volunteer work.
In this book, the author chronicles the life of John Marshall from his birth in Virginia, his Revolutionary War service, the ground breaking decision in Marbury v.
John Marshall, 57, was jailed for two years for setting fire to the three-bed terrace he had lived in for 21 years.
On Friday, a judge in Illinois threw out consumer-fraud lawsuits against Chicago-based John Marshall Law School and Chicago-Kent College of Law.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution Silver Medal was presented to John Marshall junior, second coxswain of Seaham Lifeboat in County Durham.