Darrow

[dar-oh]
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Contemporary Examples of darrow

  • The examination morphed into a far-reaching conversation between Bryan and Darrow on scriptural interpretation.

  • Rules of evidence, judicial procedure, and ethical standards have all been tightened and reformed since Darrow's heyday.

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    June 5, 2011

  • Darrow had as much of an impact on the time he lived as anyone who ever practiced law or any other profession, for that matter.

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  • Darrow was many things in his illustrious life lived in the headlines.

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  • Darrow lost the case but won the spectacle in a drama that lives on today in the magnificent Spencer Tracy film Inherit the Wind.

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Historical Examples of darrow

  • Darrow stared into the tumbler, tasted the medicine, and frowned.

    A Young Man in a Hurry

    Robert W. Chambers

  • And yet, until that moment, she had believed Darrow to be her slave.

    A Young Man in a Hurry

    Robert W. Chambers

  • There was a pause; then Darrow took the tumbler and stirred the contents.

    A Young Man in a Hurry

    Robert W. Chambers

  • “I meant for myself,” said Darrow, deliberately, looking her full in the face.

    A Young Man in a Hurry

    Robert W. Chambers

  • At the Theatre Francais, the next afternoon, Darrow yawned and fidgeted in his seat.

    The Reef

    Edith Wharton