Defined nonetheless -- and defined is as defined does -- and no other Justice has ever challenged that definition or offered his own that is any different.
And it concurs with the definition used in the Senate's SR511 -- Get used to it.
You're wrong. Get used to that too.
That's like saying you've defined natural-born citizen -- and defined is as defined does. One Justices opinion does not a Supreme Court decision make. It counts no more or no less than your opinion or mine in terms of established law and legal precedent.
...and no other Justice has ever challenged that definition or offered his own that is any different.
So you say, though many others might say that Justice Gray did define it differently in the Ark decision. Others might point out that Chief Justice Waite did not agree with Chief Justice Marshall's blanket statement in the Happersett decision when he noted that there were different schools of thought on the subject and refused to say whether one or the other was wrong. But you keep on trying.