What does Scalia mean?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Scalia in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Scalia in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of Scalia in a Sentence

  1. The SEC:

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

  2. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid:

    As we speak, Donald Trump is proposing to ban Muslim immigration. Other leading candidates are proposing a religious test, tossing around slurs on a daily basis, and now a Republican-appointed justice endorsing racist ideas from the Supreme Court bench. The only difference between the ideas endorsed by Trump and Scalia is that Scalia has a robe and a lifetime appointment. Ideas like this don't belong on the Internet, let alone the mouths of national figures.

  3. Edward Lazarus:

    Justice Scalia had an irrepressibly pugnacious personality.

  4. Justice Antonin Scalia:

    Sometimes people come up to me and inquire, 'Justice Scalia, when did you first become an originalist?' As though it's some weird affliction, you know, 'When did you start eating human flesh?'.

  5. The President:

    We got to have not just a Democratic president who can continue the legacy that we built together over the last 7½ years, but we've got to have a Senate that is a partner in this process, and I can list a whole bunch of reasons for why that's so important. It turns out that because of the untimely death of Justice Scalia -- and obviously we grieve for his family -- but the behavior of the Senate since then, I think, gives you a pretty good reason of why we think the Senate is so important.

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