Definition of Sanford, Edward Terry in English:

Sanford, Edward Terry

Syllabification: San·ford, Edward Terry
Pronunciation: /ˈsanfərd
 
/
( 1865–1930), US Supreme Court associate justice 1923–30. Appointed to the Court by President Harding, he was considered a liberal although he sometimes held more conservative views regarding civil rights.

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