from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Randolph, A(sa) Philip 1889-1979. American labor and civil rights leader. As founder of the activist magazine The Messenger (1917), and holding influential positions in both the AFL-CIO and the National Negro Congress, he campaigned for an end to racial discrimination in organized labor.
- Randolph, Edmund Jennings 1753-1813. American Revolutionary leader and public official. A member of the Constitutional Convention (1787), he later served as U.S. attorney general (1789-1794) and secretary of state (1794-1795).
- Randolph, John Called "Randolph of Roanoke.” 1773-1833. American politician known for his brilliant oratory and eccentric behavior during his tenure as a U.S. representative (12 terms between 1799 and 1829) and senator (1825-1827) from Virginia.
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- proper n. A male given name.
RANDOLPH - Patricia L. "Patty" Stone, 57, of Center Street, Randolph, passed away at 11: 50 p.m.,
RANDOLPH - It was a game of many positives for the Randolph girls softball team on Saturday morning.
RANDOLPH - Arielle Connolly scored two goals and Siobhan Chase added another for Randolph as the Galloping Ghosts downed U-32 3-1 in girls soccer on Friday.
RANDOLPH - The Morris County Prosecutor's Office wants a Randolph man psychologically evaluated before it decides how to handle charges that he shot his pet African grey parrot with a BB gun because the creature's squawking annoyed him while he watched a NASCAR race.
RANDOLPH - Coralyn Wood Osha, 97, died Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008, at Gifford Medical Center in Randolph.
RANDOLPH - Northfield pulled away to a 1-0 win over Randolph Wednesday in boys soccer action.
Obviously allegorizing the man's name for thematic impact, London portrays Fortune as feeling that Fortune's own account of how he came to murder Randolph is enunciated in classic deterministic terms.
So the best way around Georgia v. Randolph is for the police officers to ask if they can temporarily seize the home?
Edmund Randolph from the Virginia ratifying convention:
I suspect the better argument to distinguish Randolph would have been that Randolph is about searches, not seizures: That is, it is about the entry into the space, not the taking away of property foundthere.
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