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United States lawyer famous for his defense of lost causes (1857-1938)

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No, Clarence Darrow remains in a league of his own.
For example, his long descriptions of Clarence Darrow digress into discussions of mid-19th century Ohio (the state of Darrow's birth), the lives of Darrow's former associates, and the histories of the institutions with which Darrow had contact.
Fundamentalist orator and three-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan squared off with defense attorney par excellence Clarence Darrow over whether high school teacher John T.
In effect, Darrow was putting the death penalty itself on trial.
IT was 1934 when Charles B Darrow showed what he called Monopoly to the executives at Parker Brothers.
Darrow is an compelling character, both for actors and lawyers, he said.
announced three management changes on the heels of last month's succession of Kurt Darrow to president and chief executive officer.
Darrow most recently served as president of La-Z-Boy Residential, the company's flagship brand and largest division.
The dashing officer is the love interest of archaeologist Ann Darrow, to be played by Aussie beauty Naomi Watts.
It's essentially the same as the original - set in 1933 with the character of Ann Darrow (Naomi Watts) being fleshed out.
Donations may be made to The Darrow School, 110 Darrow Road, New Lebanon, NY 12125.
Darrow agrees with Saunders that hotels have a responsibility to educate guests about their environmental initiatives, helping them through such agonizing changes as doing without the little bottles of shampoo.
Prior to joining Laser Light Engines, Darrow spent 24 years with Texas Instruments, serving most recently as general manager of its DLP Cinema[R] products business, where he oversaw the development and marketing of DLP Cinema technology.
The buyers paid $150,000 in cash and gave Darrow a promissory note for the balance.
89-90) And although she praises Darrow for his "Biblical phrases and Lincolnesque cadences" (p.