Nix v. Hedden, 149 U.S. 304 (1893), was a decision by the Supreme Court of the
United States that, under U.S. customs regulations, the tomato should be ...
Nix v. Hedden. No. 137. Submitted April 24, 1893. Decided May 10, 1893. 149
U.S. 304. ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED. STATES FOR
Dec 30, 2013 ... And the court essentially gave that reasoning in Nix v. Hedden: A tomato is a
vegetable because people think it is. The arguments were short ...
May 10, 2013 ... Nonetheless, the Supreme Court did, indeed, answer that question in 1893's Nix
v. Hedden, decided 120 years ago today. You are probably ...
Oct 22, 2013 ... The tomato arrived in America in the late 1700's along with all of the myths ... the
U.S. Supreme Court ruled the tomato was a vegetable (NIX v.
Dec 26, 2013 ... In a recent show, we talked about an importer that sold pillows shaped like
stuffed animals. Or maybe they're stuffed animals that can be used ...
May 9, 2015 ... From the Supreme Court ruling of Nix v. Hedden: ... You can read the the entire
Nix v. Hedden course ... USA Today / 3 min read. Four teams ...
Jan 15, 2016 ... A Common Sense Understanding of Inevitable Discovery: Why Nix v. Williams
Does Not Require Active Pursuit in the Application of the ...
Nov 12, 2012 ... On November 12, 2012, the Supreme Court denied CIR's petition for a writ of
certiorari in Nix v. Holder, CIR's challenge to Section 5 of the ...
Jun 9, 2010 ... At first glance, the Nix v. Hedden decision sounds like a Gilded Age curiosity, but
the whole "tomatoes are a vegetable" notion still pops up from ...