Definitions for scaliaskəˈli ə

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  1. The SEC:

    To steal a line from Justice Scalia, this is pure applesauce.

  2. Ira Carmen:

    If you're Scalia, what's the first thing you do? Lecture the other members of the Court.

  3. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan:

    When I got on the Court I went to Justice Scalia, i told him the whole story and I said this is the only promise I made in 82 office visits. He thought it was hysterical.

  4. Carrie Severino:

    The next president could replace Justice [Ruth Bader] Ginsburg or possibly [Justices] Kennedy and Scalia, it would be World War III in terms of the amount of influence that president would have.

  5. Chief Justice John Roberts:

    Justice Scalia has been on the court for 30 years. That makes him a leader in terms of where the court has been, how it has operated. To some extent, he has more leadership authority when it comes to tenure on the court and what that entails than I do.

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