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  HighBeam Encyclopedia - Lee, Robert Edward   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Lee was superintendent at West Point from 1852 to 1855, when he was made lieutenant colonel of the 2d Cavalry and sent to W Texas.
Lee's plan to prevent reinforcements from reaching Gen. George B. McClellan, whose army was threatening Richmond, was brilliantly executed by T. (Stonewall) Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley.
Many historians consider Robert E. Lee the greatest general of the Civil War, and it is generally agreed that his military genius, hampered though it was by lack of men and materiel, was a principal factor in keeping the Confederacy alive.
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March 13 - The Dunblane Massacre: Unemployed former shopkeeper Thomas Hamilton walks into the Dunblane Primary School in Scotland and opens fire, killing 16 students and one teacher before fatally shooting himself.
June 12 - In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a panel of federal judges blocks a law against indecency on the internet.
March 31 - Jeffrey Lee Pierce, American rock musician (b.
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 National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Former clerk for Judge George Sprague in Cambridge, MA.
Former law clerk to Justice David H. Souter, U.S. Supreme Court, and Judge Stephen F. Williams, U.S. Court of Appeals, DC Circuit.
Law clerk for the Honorable Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., on the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals and worked in the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics Matters.
www.911commission.gov /about/bios_staff.htm   (2225 words)

  
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Cliff has been featured in readings and jazz poetry performances in Buffalo, Philadelphia, and around the DC area and currently hosts the poetry series Poesis in Arlington, Va. He lives in Alexandria, Va. with his wife and three sons.
Lee Patton's work has appeared in The Threepenny Review, The Massachusetts Review, The California Quarterly, and Hawaii-Pacific Review, as well as in such anthologies as Hawaii-Pacific Review's Best of Decade, XY-Files, and What's Become of Eden: Poems of Family at Century's End.
Hilary Tham was author of nine books of poetry, including Bad Names for Women, which won second prize in the Virginia Poetry Prizes (judge: Gerald Stern) and third prize in the Paterson Prize for Poetry (judge: Diane Wakoski).
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 Legal Theory Blog
Three judge panels of the United States Courts of Appeal are bound by the prior decisions of the Court; they are not free to decide that the benefits of a better rule outweigh the benefits of adhering to the law of the circuit.
This state of affairs—surprising to many lawyers who are unfamiliar with patent law—is controversial because claim construction is one of the most important and vexing aspects of patent litigation, necessary to the vast majority of patent cases, and because it is probably responsible, at least in part, for the high reversal rate in patent cases.
Perjury might be committed; the judge assigned to the case might be deranged.
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 NEW WORKS WRITERS SERIES
A book review with an original poem for Reconstructing Memory: fl Literary Criticism, by Fred Lee Horde.
The history and role of the African American community director, with a panel discussion composed of scholars and directors, Katana Hall, Ludeana Thomas, and Buddy Butler.
Send mail to director@newworkswritersseries.org with questions or comments about this web site.
www.newworkswritersseries.org   (1623 words)

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