- Ruth Ba·der [bey-der] /ˈbeɪ dər/, born 1933, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1993.
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Examples from the Web for ginsburg
For her part, Justice Ginsburg appears to be in for the long docket haul, no matter what they say.
Ginsburg said recently that she still “[does] the Canadian Air Force exercises every day.”
Justice Ginsburg underwent this procedure successfully and is progressing with her recovery.Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Risky Heart Surgery
Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD
November 26, 2014
So maybe Justice Ginsburg was simply responding to a new reality.Ruth Bader Ginsburg Levels With Us on Why She’s Not Retiring
September 25, 2014
In her dissent, Justice Ginsburg bristles at the majority's "decision of startling breadth."In Hobby Lobby Ruling, a Court So Wrong in So Many Ways
June 30, 2014
He slipped into position on one side of the gangster, Ginsburg on the other.
But this notion did not match in with the colour of Ginsburg's desires.
He considered Ginsburg steadily, with a cool, hostile stare in his eyes.
If the other had overheard what just had passed between Ginsburg and Dempsey he gave no sign.
Shortly he was Corporal Ginsburg—a trim upstanding corporal.