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us: Christopher, Warren, 1925-2011

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        (naf) Scranton (N.D.)
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        (naf) Los Angeles (Calif.)
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        • Organization: (naf) O'Melveny & Myers
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        (lcsh) Lawyers
          (lcsh) Politicians
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        • found: Conflict in Iran and Iraq, 1980: t.p. (Warren Christopher, Deputy Secretary of State)
        • found: U.S. Cong. Senate. Comm. on Foreign Relations. Nomination of Warren M. Christopher to be secretary of state, hearing ... 1993: p. 35 (Warren Christopher; b. Oct. 27, 1925; 1977-1981, Deputy Secretary of State)
        • found: Phone call to Dept. of State, Office of Public Communication, 5/24/93 (there is only one office of Deputy Secretary of State)
        • found: New York times WWW site, Mar. 21, 2011 (in obituary published Mar. 19: Warren M. Christopher; b. Warren Minor Christopher, Oct. 27, 1925, Scranton, N.D.; d. Friday night [Mar. 18, 2011], Los Angeles, aged 85; courtly and reserved secretary of state in President Bill Clinton's first term and the chief negotiator for the 1981 release of American hostages in Iran)
        • found: The legal role of states, local governments and airport proprietors in regulating aircraft noise, 1971: cover (Warren Christopher, O'Melveny & Myers)
        • found: O'Melveny & Myers, LLP, July 27, 2015 (In memorian: Warren Christopher; Former United States Secretary of State Warren Christopher, the Firm's Senior Partner and Former Chairman, passed away on March 18, 2011, at the age of 85. Mr. Christopher also was a guiding force in shaping the history and culture of O'Melveny & Myers LLP, the oldest law firm in Los Angeles. Following a clerkship with Justice William O. Douglas on the United States Supreme Court, he joined O'Melveny & Myers in 1950 as an associate. He soon became an outstanding litigator, a widely respected counselor, and a leader in the legal profession) {}
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        • 1980-12-01: new
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