His writing is staid and uninspiring. I cannot imagine having an engaging and enlightening conversation with this fellow. The New York Times must do better.
"The usual rule in post-conviction proceedings is that a lawyer’s mistakes are imputed to the client, on the theory that the lawyer is the client’s agent. ‘We do not disturb that general rule,’ Justice Ginsburg wrote. What was different here, she said, was that the lawyers had abandoned their client, severing the agency relationship. ‘Moreover,’ Justice Ginsburg said in announcing the decision from the bench Wednesday morning, Mr. Maples ‘lacked any clue that he had better fend for himself.’”
In the Malay language, “orang” means “person” and “utan” is derived from “hutan,” which means “forest.” The name of the orangutan, Asia’s only great ape, literally means “person of the forest.”
Making a Holiday Prime Rib Roast
Melissa Clark, the author of the Good Appetite column, demonstrates a simple way to prepare prime rib roast, the centerpiece of a feast.
I hope to make this soon… Just for me.
(Source: The New York Times)
The company is embracing advertising and promoting new businesses like the Chrome browser and the Google Plus social network in order to find revenue beyond search ads.
Diner en Blanc, a luxurious, secret pop-up picnic, found its way into New York with an August event in Battery Park City.
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Bret McKenzie and Kermit the Frog sing a song from the coming movie “The Muppets.”