from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Ellsworth, Lincoln 1880-1951. American explorer who took part in several polar expeditions, including a 1935 flight across the Antarctic, during which he claimed large tracts for the United States.
- Ellsworth, Oliver 1745-1807. American jurist and politician. A U.S. senator from Connecticut (1789-1796), he worked on the legislation that created the federal court system (1789) and later served as the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1796-1800).
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- n. United States jurist and the third chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1745-1807)
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On his House website, ellsworth. house.gov, Ellsworth says he opposes granting amnesty to those already in the United States illegally.
SIEGEL: Dan Coats 'Democratic opponent Brad Ellsworth is a member of Congress, and by running for the Senate he vacated the 8th district.
Ellsworth is probably the most conservative Dem east of the Mississippi.
Ellsworth is definitely from the Stupak wing of the party, but he voted for the House HCR bill with a public option, which Bayh most definitely would not have.
I would like to know what polls Ellsworth is reading.
Indiana (D): Democratic Rep. Brad Ellsworth is a good candidate running in a very bad year.
Bob Ellsworth is worthy of death for this shit he pulled on me, in cahoots with Bekins.
Even if a Democrat wins, if it’s Brad Ellsworth, we probably won’t even have that luxury, as Ellsworth is practically another Ben Nelson.
“Even if a Democrat wins, if it’s Brad Ellsworth, we probably won’t even have that luxury, as Ellsworth is practically another Ben Nelson.”
Actually, I asked two questions, but the first wasn’t much of anything; just Coat’s reaction to Evan Bayh’s tacit admission that Brad Ellsworth is going to lose the election.
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