I suggest with respect, Your Honor, that you're a few french fries short of a Happy Meal in terms of what's likely to take placeLawyer's comment means trouble with judge May 30, 2007
If there's gifts right there, we've had where they open packages to make sure it's worth itWatercooler Stories Dec 25, 2006
If there's gifts right there, we've had where they open packages to make sure it's worth itChristmas thieves plague town in Florida Dec 24, 2006
The aircraft operate in one of the world's most difficult and dangerous environments, with extremes of wind and cold, creating special communications challengesIridium helps in Antarctica communications Jul 10, 2006
This is the first time I've seen the process of peer review subverted by pure politicsCriticism sparks CDC sex panel changes May 09, 2006
William Smith (1697–1769) was a judge of the Province of New York and the father of William Smith, Joshua Hett Smith, and Doctor Thomas Smith. In 1760, Smith was offered the position of chief justice of the province. Against the advice of friends and family, he turned down the offer. Smith's son, the younger William Smith, was then offered the position, which he accepted. The elder Smith's actions in this instance would prove popular with the Patriots in the American Revolution.