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  • From 1991 to 1995, I was a professor at the Uni versity of Chicago; my principal scholarship during that time was in the field of constitutional law.

    Elena Kagan's Questionnaire for Her Nomination as Solicitor General

  • Mr. Skeel is a professor of law at the Uni versity of Pennsylvania and the co-author of the blog Less Than the Least.

    Evangelicals Try Stand-Up

  • The first enables e pluribus unum … the second, Celebrate DIE-versity. are "morals" mine or yours, theirs, or whatever ? buck68

    The Christie Way: A Moral Path for Republicans | RedState

  • But the groundbreaking earlier this month of the 136-suite Homewood Suites by Hilton Uni versity City doesn ' t mean the market for construction financing is returning.

    Philly Wins After a Fight

  • Mr. McConnell is one of the lawmakers who requested earmark spending, including $650,000 for a genetic research center at the Uni versity of Kentucky, according to information compiled by Taxpayers for Common Sense, a fiscally conservative group.

    Spending Bill Tests GOP Resolve

  • In their seminal 1995 study, Steele and Joshua Aronson, now at New York Uni - versity, focused on how the threat posed by stereotypes affects African-Americans.

    The Stereotype Trap

  • Three months ago, severely incapacitat - ed, Tully traveled to Northwestern Uni - versity in Chicago for a bone-marrow transplant using an experimental new technology.

    A Deadly Serious Fight

  • Through emotional newspaper columns, e-mail postings and lectures in such disparate places as the Uni - versity of Miami School of Medicine and the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network in Harlem, she continues to try to pick apart the scientific literature, a strategy that especially appeals to people with a beef against the establishment.

    The Hiv Disbelievers

  • I have since been told, that this pragmatical man has very few admirers in the uni-versity to which, out of it, he is so fond of boast — ing a relation.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Two traditions of the family were maintained: on the count's side male children married only Spaniards; all able boys, whether Spanish or part Indian, were sent across the Atlantic to the Uni - versity of Salamanca, where there had been Palafoxes in attendance since before the year 1300.

    Mexico

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