Brandeis [bran-dahys] Examples noun
- Louis Dem·bitz [dem-bits] /ˈdɛm bɪts/, 1856–1941, U.S. lawyer and writer: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1916–39.
Examples from the Web for brandeis Contemporary Examples of brandeis
Today, Americans increasingly see the same threat Brandeis saw.
June 28, 2014
Why is Brandeis University giving in to the growing hordes who believe they have a right to not be offended?
April 10, 2014
Disparities in homeownership are a major driver of the racial wealth gap, according to a recent study from Brandeis University.
March 13, 2014
Bishop was killed by one of his deputies, Bernard Coard (who had studied at Brandeis University).
October 24, 2013
Last year, Brandeis refused to admit a Jewish Voices for Peace chapter into Hillel.
August 27, 2012
Historical Examples of brandeis
Mr. Brandeis made an argument as attorney for the remonstrants.
Prokop spent the greatest part of his life at Brandeis, and died there in 1507.
His body was interred at Brandeis on the Adler, his ancestral home.
But we have ground of comparison in the practice of Brandeis.
Robert Louis Stevenson
As Mr. Brandeis has put it, it adds to its duty as midwife also that of undertaker.
Chester Arthur Phillips