[ US /ˈɹətɫɪdʒ/ ]
  1. United States jurist and second chief justice of the United States Supreme Court; he was appointed by George Washington and briefly served as chief justice but was ultimately rejected by the United States Senate (1739-1800)
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  • Doc Franklin observed that it was a point of great importance and wished that the gentlemen would deliver their sentiments on it before the question was put and Mr. Rutledge animadverted on the shyness of gentlemen .... Interrogations and Presidential Prerogative
  • Vivian Rutledge ( Lauren Bacall ) : Do you always think you can handle people like, uh, trained seals?
  • In the series, the southerners are portrayed as wussy appeasers and the South Carolina representative, Edward Rutledge, is especially played as a priss which is somehow gratifying after campaigns in which the South is portrayed as the home of martial and American values. Matt Cooper: John Adams: Good for McCain -- and Kerry, Dukakis
  • Mr. Speaker," the legislative assistant from Rutledge 's office said tentatively. BALANCE OF POWER
  • In many ways a more subdued Todd, with many earmarks of a classic village mystery and less byplay from Hamish, the ghost who haunts Rutledge. A Matter of Justice by Charles Todd: Book summary
  • ‘To be in the top six in the world is a huge achievement. Most experts said we'd be tenth,’ grinned coach Ian Rutledge.
  • Each time he learns more, both about the terrorist attack and his real life personal situation, even though Rutledge and Goodwin constantly direct him to focus on finding the bomber.
  • The Atlantic's editors published a series based on supposedly rediscovered love letters between Lincoln and Ann Rutledge, only to realize over time that they had fallen victim to an elaborate hoax.
  • John Rutledge, Efqj to the United N«tieilands Sy a Refotve of Congrefs ihe f alary cf a Minifier at a foreign Court is not to exceed 9000 dollars 5 and that 0* ■ A pocket almanack, for the year ... : calculated for the use of the state of Massachusetts-Bay
  • Neil Rutledge of consultants Grant Thornton said: "This week's spending cut announcement was the inevitable culmination of the vast growth in public debt.
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