Definition of Scalia, Antonin in English:

Scalia, Antonin

Syllabification: Sca·li·a, Antonin
Pronunciation: /skəˈlē(y)ə
( 1936-), US Supreme Court associate justice 1986- . A conservative and an advocate of judicial restraint, he served in several government posts, taught law at various universities, and served on the US Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, DC, before being appointed to the Supreme Court by President Reagan.

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