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of the greatest possible degree, quality, or intensity

conforming to an ultimate form of perfection or excellence

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final or last in your life or progress

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greatest in status or authority or power

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highest in excellence or achievement

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greatest or maximal in degree

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Ask yourself what qualities make for a great Supreme Court justice, and the answers that spring quickly to mind are along the lines of "brilliance" and "consistency" and "impartiality.
In 1962, the Supreme Court said that public schools cannot sponsor prayers, and in 2000 it extended that ruling to student-led prayers at school football games.
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Related to the requirement that the harassment be because of the gender of the person, as opposed to the sex being merely coincidental, is the supreme Court's ruling in Oncale v.
Later, a federal court ordered Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments from the rotunda of the building housing the Alabama Supreme Court chambers.
Although the Supreme Court doesn't take many cases, the ones they do are important and set all kinds of precedents.
In 1995, in response to a petition by a New Delhi-based nongovernmental organization (NGO) now known as the Research Foundation for Science, Technology, and Ecology, the Supreme Court asked relevant agencies for information on the amount of hazardous waste imported and generated domestically, as well as how it was being disposed of.
On December 9, 2004, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the government has the right to legalize same-sex "marriage," but did not say whether the traditional definition of marriage is unconstitutional.
As the economy is transformed from one in which sales in goods becomes less predominant and the rendering of services proliferates, a recent decision by the Michigan Supreme Court deserves the attention to today's tax ex ecutive.
Following complete removal of the polyps, the superior turbinate was well visualized; a supreme turbinate and supreme meatus were seen posterior to the superior turbinate (figure, C).
Supreme Court sent a clear message to lower courts handing out massive punitive damage awards: Such large judgments are unconstitutional, and they'll be struck down.
Supreme Court, capping a decade-long quest for photographs of Clinton administration official Vincent Foster's dead body.
For the past two years, The National Voter has documented the growing threat to the fairness and impartiality of our state Supreme Courts, which have final responsibility for more than 95 percent of the lawsuits filed in America.
6] I am drawing here primarily on descriptions of the adoption contests that came under review by the Supreme Court of the USSR (Verkhovnyi Sud SSSR) from 1942, early in the Soviet Union's participation in World War II, until 1964, the fall of Nikita Khrushchev.
Football Prayer Fans Are Trying An End-Run Around The Supreme Court's Ruling