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Waite

 (wāt), Morrison Remick 1816-1888.
American jurist who served as the chief justice of the US Supreme Court (1874-1888).

Waite

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(Biography) Terry, full name Terence Hardy Waite. born 1939, British special envoy to the Archbishop of Canterbury, who negotiated the release of Western hostages held in the Middle East before being taken hostage himself (1987–91) in Lebanon

Waite

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n.
Morrison Remick, 1816–88, Chief Justice of the U.S. 1874–88.
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Noun1.Waite - United States jurist who was appointed chief justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1874 by President Grant (1816-1888)
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The sign represented the front of a stately edifice, which was designated as the "OLD PROVINCE HOUSE, kept by Thomas Waite." I was glad to be thus reminded of a purpose, long entertained, of visiting and rambling over the mansion of the old royal governors of Massachusetts; and entering the arched passage, which penetrated through the middle of a brick row of shops, a few steps transported me from the busy heart of modern Boston into a small and secluded courtyard.
Thomas Waite, I besought that worthy successor and representative of so many historic personages to conduct me over their time honored mansion.
Waite's good liquor, was still lounging in his chair.
Devil with Devil damn'd Firm concord holds, men onely disagree Of Creatures rational, though under hope Of heavenly Grace: and God proclaiming peace, Yet live in hatred, enmitie, and strife Among themselves, and levie cruel warres, Wasting the Earth, each other to destroy: As if (which might induce us to accord) Man had not hellish foes anow besides, That day and night for his destruction waite.
IT IS A WELL-ESTABLISHED FACT THAT CHARLES WILLIAMS became a member of Arthur Edward Waite's (1857-1942) Fellowship of the Rosy Cross in 1917 and was inducted into the innermost and secret part of that order in 1927.
The chauffeur to Lord Leigh, 40-year-old William Charles Waite, had poisoned his wife, 45-year-old Beryl, with arsenic over a prolonged period of time.
Richie Waite, 29, had gone to visit his grandmother in her sheltered accommodation, on Freshfield Road, Southport, when he noticed her neighbour's door was open.
West took the early lead with a penalty from Stuart Waite but with Martin Bell picking up from the back of a scrum, Sean Colbourne went through a gap to put James O''Brien in for the opening try.
Waite from 1874 to 1888, a period of racial violence and sectional strife after the Civil War, Western expansion, and commercial revolution that produced new corporate businesses and dissatisfaction among agrarian and labor interests.
TERRY WAITE may be held by a fanatical pro-Iranian group as a pawn in a dangerous game of brinkmanship with the US.
Yet somehow, a squid's soft-tissue mouth can clench the beak without cutting itself--something akin to holding the naked blade of an X-Acto knife with a block of Jell-O, says biochemist Herbert Waite of the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Former Beirut hostage Terry Waite (below) has received an honorary degree.