- Joseph R.,1857–1916, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1911–16.
- Lucius Quin·tus Cin·cin·nat·us [kwin-tuh s sin-suh-nat-uh s, -ney-tuh s] /ˈkwɪn təs ˌsɪn səˈnæt əs, -ˈneɪ təs/, 1825–93, U.S. politician and jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1888–93.
- a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of lamar
Bunker, along with his brothers Herbert and Lamar, started buying silver in 1970, when it was $1.94 an ounce.The Zillionaires Who Lost Everything
October 26, 2014
I could actually picture Lamar Alexander of Tennessee playing that role.On Border, a Huge Win for the Hard Right
August 4, 2014
“This year, you have Ellmers being attacked by Laura Ingraham and primaries against Lindsey Graham and Lamar Alexander,” he said.This Southern Republican Backed Immigration Reform and Lived to Tell About It
May 8, 2014
Khloe Kardashian married Lamar Odom on September 27, 2009, only a month after the couple met at a party.
In the uncomfortable footage, an incoherent Lamar spits incomprehensible verses about his drug abuse and penchant for infidelity.
Historical Examples of lamar
There can be no doubt that "Doctor Lamar" is a remarkable novel.In Blue Creek Caon
Anna Chapin Ray
I thought it was an electric spark, but you are too clever for that, Lamar.The Silent Bullet
Arthur B. Reeve
"Perhaps not," interposed Mr. Lamar, very much to my disgust.
"But you forget that your wife is still living, Farringford," added Mr. Lamar.
"I will make some inquiries, Phil, in regard to the Collingsbys," said Mr. Lamar.