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Patricia Wald, First Woman to Preside Over D.C. Appeals Court, Dies at 90
(January 13 04:36) Nytimes.com
A recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, she was the first woman to serve as chief judge of the influential federal appeals court in Washington.
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