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calabrese

a variety of green sprouting broccoli
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Peter Calabresi, MD , is Professor of Neurology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore and is Director of the Division of Neuroimmunology as well as Director of the MS Center there.
The court's decision in Leather appears on its face to directly support the conclusion reached by Judge Calabresi in Poventud II.
Guido Calabresi, The Costs of Accidents: A Legal and Economic Analysis (1970).
113) Calabresi applied similar ideas about economic efficiency to tort law, specifically to the cost of accidents.
Among the originalist scholars who have written in favor of some form of departmentalism are Michael Stokes Paulsen, Garry Lawson, Steven Calabresi, Saikrishna Prakash, John Yoo, and John Harrison.
That Meese and Calabresi both came out of the DOJ is significant in that these two individuals--and virtually every Presidentialist who has followed them--believed the unitary executive theory to have distinct and real judicial ramifications.
Calabresi also posed for pictures with Brazilian star Robinho as club officials failed to spot his dodgy Yank accent.
In this light, Judge Calabresi has advanced his fascinating proposal for a common law for the Age of Statutes.
More radically than the panel majority, Judge Calabresi directly challenged Buckley's framing of the constitutionality of campaign finance regulation solely in terms of the prevention of corruption and the appearance of corruption.
In a forthcoming article, Calabresi argues for similar reasons that Congress should reinstitute the practice of circuit riding by Justices.
Although her case would have been stronger had she provided or alleged the existence of such evidence, there is no requirement that such evidence be adduced," wrote Justice Guido Calabresi, adding that "although the jury is surely allowed to consider such comparative evidence, what matters is how [she] was treated.
When the Pentagon needed its top special forces to lead the search for Saddam Hussein, Michael Duffy and Massimo Calabresi of Time reported, it simply reassigned the soldiers who had been on the hunt for Osama Bin Laden.