American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lockyer, Sir Joseph Norman 1836-1920. British astronomer who founded and was the first editor (1869-1919) of Nature magazine.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A locksmith.
“The automobile industry’s trade organization claimed political posturing, as Lockyer is running for California state treasurer.”
“I commenced my return and followed a new road called Lockyer's Line along which the country is rather more hilly and picturesque.”
“I commenced my return, and followed a new road called Lockyers Line, along which the country is rather more hilly and picturesque.”
“The Australian No.9 has a perfect record with the c next to his name in Lockyer's absence, captaining the”
“Interestingly, James Hamilton makes this second argument in his "Lockyer" post ... $3/gal gas in California and $4/gal gas in Georgia encourages shipments from Calif. to Georgia ...”
“The disabilities community delivered an unequivocal message to Lockyer: dismiss the case before the Supreme Court or there will be no hope of support from this important political constituency.”
“I am particularly grateful to Paul Hoffman and Mark Rosenbaum, who were my co-counsel in several of the cases discussed such as Lockyer v.”
“Three weeks before the scheduled oral argument, Lockyer asked the Court to dismiss the case.”
“The attorney general of California, Bill Lockyer, did not have to seek Supreme Court review; states choose not to seek Supreme Court review in hundreds of cases a year.”
“After the justices spent an hour hearing the Ewing case, Chief Justice Rehnquist announced that the Court would hear oral arguments in Lockyer v.”
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