Tuesday, June 14, 2011
In today’s New York Times, Adam Liptak highlights the Supreme Court’s reliance on dictionaries for definitions of even “perfectly ordinary” words. (Please pardon me now while I look up the meaning of “perfectly” and “ordinary.”)
Adam Liptak, “Justices Turning More Frequently to Dictionary, and Not Just for Big Words,” N.Y. Times, June 14, 2011, p. A10 (national ed.).