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garland

noun as in strand of material, usually hung

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Even if McConnell, the current Senate majority leader, kept the Garland seat open, it would not change the court's overall ideological balance.

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Garland, who lived in Flagstaff and worked at Northern Arizona University, had cerebral palsy.

The most oft-planted Alaska cedar is a branch-drooping variety named Pendula, though other, less pendulous types also convey that garland effect.

Then-Justice Antonin Scalia died in February 2016, and Obama nominated Garland that March.

Back in 2016, Democrats pushed forward Garland’s nomination.

“Veterans choose the University of Phoenix,” said Garland Williams, its vice president for military affairs.

Perhaps the people who want Garland out just wish ASU could be as all-black as possible.

She drew round the verses a garland of flowers, and signed it with her pet name, Lorchen.

Has someone checked Judy Garland's gravesite to see how many times she's rolled over in it?

And I was really obsessed with Judy Garland as a young girl.

“Chaplet”—a wreath or garland signed for by him in his ambitious hopes—expresses his birth-date by Con.

As if a magician's wand had touched him, the garland of roses transformed him into a vision of Oriental beauty.

He never had cause to regret his action, for beautiful Grace Garland made a wife of whom any man might be proud.

Yes; it is possible he could have received money orders at such places, for example, at Garland or Grand Prairie.

No one wears a garland when sacrificing, or burning incense, or pouring out a libation.

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to garland, such as: wreath, bays, chaplet, coronal, crown, and festoon.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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