An·to·nin [an-tuh-nin], /ˈæn tə nɪn/, 1936–2016, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1986–2016.
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How to use Scalia in a sentence
Handguns, according to Scalia, are “overwhelmingly chosen” by gun owners who wish to carry a firearm for self-defense.
Conservatives have hated this decision – ironically, written by Justice Scalia – for 30 years.LGBTQ Rights Dodge a Supreme Court Bullet, But More Shots Are Coming | Jay Michaelson | June 17, 2021 | The Daily Beast
Democrats, who thought Obama should fill Scalia’s seat when it was left empty nine months before the election, think that the seat should remain open until we see what happens in six weeks’ time.The Republican court plan has the support of the majority they’re concerned about: Republicans | Philip Bump | September 23, 2020 | Washington Post
And what about those liberal activists who made the young Scalia and Thomas so indignant?
The Atlantic: “In Bruce Allen Murphy, Scalia has met a timely and unintimidated biographer ready to probe.”
Antonin Scalia and Anthony Kennedy are, respectively, 78 and 77.Only Eight Years of President Hillary Can Take the Supreme Court Away From Conservatives | Michael Tomasky | June 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It was a 6-3 decision, with Justice Steven Breyer writing the opinion and Antonin Scalia the dissent.
When in disagreement, Scalia became known for the “abrasiveness of his attacks against opponents.”The Outside Game of Justice Scalia, a Loner With Clout | David Fontana | June 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Castelforte engaged in conversation with Correr and Scalatelli, while Scalia removed his topcoat.
Castelforte and Scalia turned back slowly, arguing the while.
The sharp, hard ring of the swords cast on the grass by Scalia checked him.
Castelforte and Scalia walked out upon the plain, gesticulating.
Scalia stayed at Sangiorgio's left, and Bomba at Oldofredi's left.