from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Harlan, John Marshall 1833-1911. American jurist. As an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1877-1911) he was known for his outspoken dissenting opinions. His grandson John Marshall Harlan (1899-1971) also served as an associate justice of the Court (1955-1971).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as harle.
- n. The pintail-duck, Dafila acuta.
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After all these yearsshed thought she would never hear the name Harlan Trooper again, would never have to see his face or hear his voice in her mind.
Announcer Kevin Harlan knows best of NBA and NCAA hoops worlds
Announcer Kevin Harlan knows best of NBA and NCAA hoops worlds - USATODAY. com
Play-by-play announcer Kevin Harlan says before the CBS/Turner deal for the NCAA men's basketball tournament was announced last month, "there was a lot of talk among us about how a new deal might affect our lives."
A number of people who should have known better said some indefensible things in Harlan's defense.
How about the AI in Harlan Ellison's I have no mouth and I must scream?
The thing is, as I've said, Indiana Jones is of his time, and like Jeffty in Harlan Ellison's story, must always remain in his time (or the tragedy is the same as that which befalls Jeffty ... oh, go read the story "Jeffty is Five" already, sheesh, it's a classic).
Harlan is a deeply-emotional man, with a genuine conscience for the human race - Harlan has heart.
One thing I will say about Harlan is that, especially when I was young, I was a pretty "quick" person.
I think Harlan is a greatly-misunderstood person "in person."
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