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  • Pima Territory of Arizona against Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Warren Earp, Sherman McMasters and John Johnson Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Warren Earp, Sherman
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  • Marshal Virgil Earp, Morgan and Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday Meet the Cowboys... Three Men Killed and Two Wounded, One Seriously... Origins of the Trouble
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  • marshal, his brother Morgan and Wyatt Earp, and a citizen named (John H. "Doc") Holliday. The marshal ordered them to give up their weapons, when a fight commenced
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  • and fired once more at "Doc Holliday," saying, "I'll get one of you, any way." "You are a daisy if you do," replied Doc Holliday, continuing to advance
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  • the Earp-Holliday Case  (1881)  by Wells Spicer 967601Decision of Judge Wells Spicer after the Preliminary Hearing in the Earp-Holliday CaseWells
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  • eternity - Alan Mahaffey The everlasting friend - T. Nicole Holliday Soon he will come for me - Doc V. R. Dooley & Allen L. Williams Then I will see Jesus
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  • 69 F.3d 538 (1995) Wilson v. Nutt 69 F.3d 538 (1995) United States v. Holliday 69 F.3d 538 (1995) United States v. B Robinson 69 F.3d 538 (1995) United
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  • pts. 2, 7; March 4, 1929, c. 705, 45 Stat. 1584. ^11  United States v. Holliday, 3 Wall. 407, 419, 18 L. Ed. 182; United States v. Rickert, 188 U.S. 432
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  • (1990) United States v. Applewhite 900 F.2d 256 (1990) United States v. Holliday 900 F.2d 256 (1989) United States v. Jones 900 F.2d 256 (1990) United States
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  • 1195 (1994) Olson v. United States Postal Service 39 F.3d 1195 (1994) Holliday v. Department of Veterans Affairs 39 F.3d 1195 (1994) Phillips Puerto Rico
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  • constitutionally requisite to confer the power. [12] E.g., United States v. Holliday, 3 Wall. 407; Tiger v. Western Investment Co., 221 U.S. 286; United States
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  • 893 F.2d 1342 (1989) Creamer v. City of Hazlehurst 893 F.2d 1342 (1989) Holliday v. United States 893 F.2d 1342 (1989) Hogan v. Burden 893 F.2d 1342 (1989)
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  • Oil Corporation v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue 914 F.2d 421 (1990) Holliday v. Consolidated Rail Corporation 914 F.2d 428 (1990) Oatess v. M Sobolevitch
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  • (1992) Van Doren v. Conway 961 F.2d 211 (1992) Lasercomb America Inc v. Holliday Job Reynolds 961 F.2d 211 (1992) Mullins v. Mountain Mining Company 961
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  • Alabama 540 U.S. 980 (2003) Thornton v. United States 540 U.S. 980 (2003) Holliday v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue 540 U.S. 980 (2003) In re Doman 540
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  • tf Charles B. Lipseu £ Stephan Lesher: UApc77: BB53961. BB53962. Judy Holliday. By Lee Israel. (In Ms., Dec. 1976, p. 72, etc.) Lee Israel; 18NOV76: BB53952
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