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Hastie

[ hey-stee ]

noun

  1. William Henry, 1904–76, U.S. jurist: first Black judge of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.


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In 1962, President Kennedy was looking to name Court of Appeals Judge William Hastie as the first black justice.

Miss Hastie used one of the smaller tents; while the "nautical adviser" and the "handy man" occupied the other.

This was her own thought, for she had been taken with my account of Alison Hastie, and desired to see the lass herself.

A watch-chain or a ring apart, Hastie's and Pepper's clothes were no better than those I wore.

But vnto this mans oth the archbishop and the other lords were so hastie in giuing of credit.

A successful lawyer, Judge Hastie entered upon his new assignment with several handicaps.

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