American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Kerr, Walter 1913-1996. American playwright, writer, and drama critic for the New York Herald-Tribune (1951-1966) and the New York Times (1983-1996). In 1978 he won a Pulitzer Prize for criticism.
- n. A surname.
“Staff Sergeant Torin Kerr is a proud member of the Confederation interstellar military.”
“But Orin Kerr is a known associate of Jennifer Daskal.”
“Have you noticed that the Volokh Conspiracy has noone to the Left of Eugene now that Orin Kerr is in the process of decamping.”
“O rin Kerr is exactly right: the blawgosphere is going to play a major role in the public debate over new Supreme Court justices.”
“I think Orin Kerr is quite right about the 6th Circuit's correct en banc decision in Getsy v. Mitchell, and frankly, I'm surprised that the vote tally of the en banc decision was so close.”
“Orin Kerr is making a lot of sense at Volokh about Blakely, the federal sentencing guidelines, and lower federal court judges.”
“m not sure exactly what it takes to be labelled an "enemy combatant" and bundled off to Gitmo, but Orin Kerr is pushing his luck.”
“Somehow, I don’t think Orin Kerr is on the President’s short list.”
“But I’m not saying that that Orin Kerr is one of The Aristocrats.”
“On the plus side, Orin Kerr is really good at pointing out how Austin Powers and Dr. Evil are not so different if you think about it, and I’m sure Eugene Volokh could crush almost any IQ test, so it’s not all bad.”
Looking for tweets for Kerr.