- An·to·nin [an-tuh-nin] /ˈæn tə nɪn/, born 1936, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1986.
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And what about those liberal activists who made the young Scalia and Thomas so indignant?A Reminder: Our Justices are Politicians in Robes
November 13, 2014
The Atlantic: “In Bruce Allen Murphy, Scalia has met a timely and unintimidated biographer ready to probe.”The Best Biographies of 2014 (So Far)
July 6, 2014
When in disagreement, Scalia became known for the “abrasiveness of his attacks against opponents.”
Decades from now, though, we will not see Scalia as a lone ranger, but as one of the more influential justices of his time.
Whether you like his approach or not, because of these efforts Scalia has an influence that calling him a “Court of One” obscures.
Castelforte and Scalia walked out upon the plain, gesticulating.
Castelforte and Scalia turned back slowly, arguing the while.
The sharp, hard ring of the swords cast on the grass by Scalia checked him.
Scalia stayed at Sangiorgio's left, and Bomba at Oldofredi's left.
Once a minute Castelforte and Scalia filled Sangiorgio's glass.