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28 Jul 2010, 12:46 am by Kevin LaCroix
The Supreme Court’s decision last month in the Morrison v. [read post]
2 Jul 2020, 9:26 am by Aditi Shah
To support this point, Alito compared Thuraissigiam’s requested relief to the type of relief the Supreme Court previously rejected in a 2008 case Munaf v. [read post]
3 Jun 2019, 11:38 am by Dan Harris
The below is China’s White Paper on the US-China trade dispute, as put out by China’s State Council Information Office. [read post]
29 Nov 2017, 12:18 pm by Paul Rosenzweig
  The most trenchant of them was offered by Judge David Sentelle in  United States v. [read post]
24 Jan 2007, 1:24 am
"3rd has a bright, grassy base, like a fresh breeze after a rain—a very exotic scent for our target customer. [read post]
8 Oct 2017, 7:57 pm by Camilla Alexandra Hrdy
Explanations range from rejecting the Federal Circuit's rigid reliance on "bright line" rules; to resolving "intracircuit" splits among the Federal Circuit judges; to responding to the growing importance of patents in the modern economy. [read post]
8 Oct 2017, 7:57 pm by Camilla Alexandra Hrdy
Explanations range from rejecting the Federal Circuit's rigid reliance on "bright line" rules; to resolving "intracircuit" splits among the Federal Circuit judges; to responding to the growing importance of patents in the modern economy. [read post]
26 Jun 2005, 1:39 pm
The Pleiades at more northerly latitudes were simply not bright enough at rising or setting to be of much value for astronomical orientation at the horizon.[6]The above assessment thus presents us with a substantial scientific problem.In the cultural region in which the Sky Disk of Nebra was found (Germany and northern Europe), there is simply no evidence to support the hypothesis spread by Meller and Schlosser that the Pleiades were used in conjunction with the Moon for astronomical… [read post]
1 Feb 2007, 6:26 am
The three rows below show the color blue (#0000ff) progressively differentiated by 1) brightness, 2) saturation and 3) hue.Each of the 46 colors above (48 boxes but 3 are identical) is a different RGB blue color. [read post]