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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Waite, Morrison Remick 1816-1888. American jurist who served as the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1874-1888).

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  • n. United States jurist who was appointed chief justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1874 by President Grant (1816-1888)

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Examples

  • Lana Waite is a mystery writer who grew up in Seattle, studied architecture at the University of Washington, married a navy man, and now lives in Northern

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  • Waite is licensed as a basic teacher and a substitute teacher in Oregon, according to the Oregon Teacher Standards and

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  • "Pidrman further advised that he did not do any particular research in regards to how members of Congress voted on the Health Care Reform Act, but 'It's obvious, Brown-Waite is a Republican.'"

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  • But an even more fundamental question, said Waite, is why is the dopamine molecule so sticky in the first place?

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  • Terry Waite is in the tradition of all those who journey.

    A Journey Into Myself

  • Some soldiers of the National Army have surrendered to the rebels at Texas, and Colonel Waite is also in their hands as a prisoner of war.

    The Civil War in America

  • Morning, David, called Waite a little too heartily. it was not six months since he had paid off the last mortgage on Theunis Kraal and the memory of debt was too fresh in his mind; he felt as embarrassed as a newly released prisoner meeting the prison governor on the street.

    When the Lion Feeds

  • People also are urged to call Waite in Rehberg's Great Falls district office, at

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  • '' Waite's miss … to be perfectly frank that could have seen the end of us as a team as well, '' said coach Paul Roos.

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  • The Waite, Schneider, Bayless & Chesley law firm has represented the plaintiffs from the beginning of this lawsuit and provides continuity and knowledge based on its years of involvement in a case that should be resolved promptly and on fair terms.

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