American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Runyon, (Alfred) Damon 1884-1946. American writer known for his stylized, idiomatic stories about Broadway and the New York underworld, such as "Guys and Dolls” (1931).
- n. United States writer of humorous stylized stories about Broadway and the New York underground (1884-1946)
“(FWIW, I would not recognize that constitutional right -- I think the First Amendment analysis in Runyon was right; and that Dale was wrongly decided.)”
“But a revival of general interest in Runyon's stories?”
“When the Falcons put two jumpers linebackers Corey Nelson and Kevin Runyon in the middle, the play was called.”
“linebackers Corey Nelson and Kevin Runyon in the middle, the play was called.”
“Ironically, there's no dispute that Smothers confessed to the so-called Runyon Street slayings when he was captured in 2008, but prosecutors have never charged him and never explained why.”
“But that right of association — implied by the First Amendment’s free speech provision — is not an unlimited right; SCOTUS decisions such as Runyon v. McCrary have held that, while you are free to express your views, you cannot use race as a consideration when making private contracts ... with the exceptions on affirmative action and marriage.”
“But that right of association — implied by the First Amendment’s free speech provision — is not an unlimited right; SCOTUS decisions such as Runyon v.”
“Majestically perched above Sunset is Runyon Canyon, the perfect hour hike just 10 minutes from The Four Seasons Hotel.”
“A mansion at the top of Los Angeles' famous Runyon Canyon may seem like a dream place to call home, but on Monday's episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles, it's also an ideal place for a criminal to hide out.”
“For the episode, airing Monday at 10/9c on NBC, the crew shot on location in a mansion in the Runyon Canyon-area.”
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