In 1990, in one room, was sitting David Souter, and in another room was sitting Edith Jones, the rock-ribbed
conservative jurist on the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Everyone in football talks rock-ribbed
Halhul is an agricultural town in the rock-ribbed
hills just south of Bethlehem.
Warfield, three great minds in education who all served at Princeton around the era from 1845 to 1929, each had a sort of hidden agenda; each was a rock-ribbed
Protestant and each was rabidly opposed to the teaching of evolution.
If you're on a higher floor, anything above the fourth, you'll spot Lake Geneva on your left, the spires rising from St Peter's Cathedral a little ahead of you, and rock-ribbed
mountains far out.
He's a rock-ribbed
conservative who is doing well in a state that's trending more Democratic," Usher further said.
Palin and Bachmann speak this highly personal or emotional language, which even the most rock-ribbed
male Republican finds difficult to emulate.
a Republican as ever dressed for dinner at the club, Henry published in the Rochester newspaper a blistering attack on the Vietnam War as immoral.
He doesn't care whether you're a rock-ribbed
Republican or a true-believing Democrat.
What we think: You're driving through rock-ribbed
tunnel darkness, then--pow
Lowenfish finally sees Rickey essentially shaped by his rock-ribbed
Christian tenets (I certainly did not know that while in Pittsburgh Rickey helped begin what would become the Fellowship of Christian Athletes) and that in his dealings he never displayed the sort of bankrupt moral relativism that defines so many sports executives of today (and of Rickey's era, as Lowenfish recounts the considerable intrigues and backroom deals surrounding Robinson's contract).
The Boundary Waters is magnificent: more than 1 million acres of deep forest and rock-ribbed
lakes along the Minnesota-Ontario border.