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Ginsberg

Allen. 1926--97, US poet of the Beat Generation. His poetry includes Howl (1956) and Kaddish (1960)
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He's much older than I am and much fatter," Ginsburg remarks.
With restrained optimism, media lawyers await the impact of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.
Ginsburg has a passion for public art at his residential communities.
At age 81, Ginsburg has emerged as the Supreme Court's liberal leader, its strongest voice for women's rights and an increasingly outspoken critic of the court's conservative majority.
In conclusion, Ginsburg added, "Should inmate requests for religious accommodations become excessive, impose unjustified burdens on other institutionalized persons, or jeopardize the effective functioning of an institution, the facility would be free to resist the imposition.
Mrs Ginsburg, of Elland, died on February 19 at the age of 85.
Ginsburg was Director of Municipal Finance at Financial Security Assurance (FSA), where she successfully headed the marketing and development of the firms housing finance capabilities.
In theory, the four testers can resolve the debate over early extinctions by agreeing on the names of the species in question, Ginsburg says.
Stanford Hospital & Clinics has announced the appointment of Daniel Ginsburg as its new chief operating officer, effective January 12, 2009.
Ginsburg said the plan to bug President Clinton was aborted when it was disclosed in Matt Drudge's column on the Internet.
To paraphrase the explanation given by Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and David Souter: right case, wrong issue.
Ginsburg Development Companies (GDC), one of the largest residential developers in the Hudson Valley, is going smoke-free in all of its new rental apartment complexes.