John Marshall, 1833–1911, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1877–1911.
his grandson, John Marshall, 1899–1971, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1955–71.
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How to use Harlan in a sentence
The 1980s series followed in that tradition with episodes from Harlan Ellison, Arthur C. Clarke, and Anne Collins.
I've had the privilege of visiting Harlan Crow's collection of historical artifacts.
I love it that the actors all seem so much like people from Harlan County.
Justice Harlan famously dissented in Plessy, insisting that the Constitution is colorblind.Impeach the Supreme Court Justices If They Overturn Health-Care Law | David R. Dow | April 3, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
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The other night Harlan was here making a speech to a crowd out of the window, and my boy Tad was sitting behind him.The Crisis, Complete | Winston Churchill
Harlan returned to the wounded man, to find that he had collapsed and was breathing heavily.
But Harlan followed him, grasping him by a shoulder and gripping it with iron fingers, so that Laskar screamed with pain.
Laskar was still groaning, and finally Harlan walked to him and pushed him with a contemptuous foot.
For some minutes Harlan stood, looking down at him; then he knelt in the sand beside him and lifted his head.