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" In expounding a statute, we must not be guided by a single sentence or member of a sentence, but look to the provisions of the whole law, and to its object and policy. "
Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States - Page 122
by United States. Supreme Court - 1850
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Confirmation Hearing on Federal Appointments: Hearing Before the Committee ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - Judges - 2003
...Congress. As a unanimous Supreme Court has explained, however, "Over and over we have stressed that *[I]n expounding a statute, we must not be guided...of the whole law, and to its object and policy."' United States National Bank of Oregon v. Independent Insurance Agents of America, 508 US 439, 455 (1993)...
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Confirmation Hearing on Federal Appointments: Hearing Before the Committee ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - Judges - 2003
...Congress. As a unanimous Supreme Court has explained, however, "Over and over we have stressed that '[I]n expounding a statute, we must not be guided...of the whole law, and to its object and policy.'" United States National Bank of Oregon v. Independent Insurance Agents of America, 508 US 439, 455 (1993)...
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Private Cost Recovery Actions Under CERCLA

John M. Hyson - Law - 2003 - 336 pages
...relied upon Gade v. National Solid Wastes Management Ass'n, 505 US 88, 99, 22 ELR 21073, 21076 (1992) ("[W]e must not be guided by a single sentence or...sentence, but look to the provisions of the whole law.") (citation omitted). 59. The majority's approach to interpreting the first and fourth sentences of 1...
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Admiralty and Maritime Law, Volume 1

Robert Force, Athanassios N. Yiannopoulos, Martin Davies - Law - 2005 - 524 pages
...importance of uniformity of admiralty law. See Mastro Plastics Corp. v. NLRB, 350 US 270, 285 (1956) ("'In expounding a statute, we must not be guided...provisions of the whole law, and to its object and policy") (quoting United States v. Heirs of Boisdore, 8 How. 113, 122 (1849)). These references persuade us...
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Admiralty and Maritime Law

Robert Force, A. N. Yiannopoulos, Martin Davies - Law - 2006 - 752 pages
...importance of uniformity of admiralty law. See Mastro Plastics Corp. v. NLRB, 350 US 270, 285 (1956) ("'In expounding a statute, we must not be guided...of the whole law, and to its object and policy'") (quoting United States v. Heirs of Boisdore, 8 How. 113, 122 (1849)). These references persuade us...
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Civil Rights in the Workplace 2005 Cumulative Supplement Third Edition

Jr. Henry H. Perritt
...198 la in isolation. See Gode v. National Solid Wastes Management Assn., 505 US 88, 99, 3 (1992) (" '[W]e must not be guided by a single sentence or member...sentence, but look to the provisions of the whole law' "). When 1981a is read as a whole, the better interpretation is that front pay is not within the...
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Digest of united states supreme court reports, Volume 12, Part 1

United States. Supreme Court - Law - 1992
...legislature. Kokoszka v Beiford, 417 US 642, 94 S a 2431, 41 L Ed 2d 374 The court, in expounding a statute, must not be guided by a single sentence or member of a sentence, but must look to the provisions of the whole law and to its object and policy. Philbrook v Glodgett, 421...
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