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  • Back to the Womb is still considered important for the first use of an in-vitro actor, Tommy Baker, who played me in flashback sequences.

    Boing Boing

  • During the 1980s, the three sisters started a business together called Womb-Mates that focused on specific needs of parents of multiples.

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  • This is a continuation of what I have called Womb to Tomb stages in the life of human beings.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Teenagers -- Who Learns, Who Teaches?

  • In many mystical traditions, the Galactic Center of the Milky Way Galaxy is called the Womb of the Universe.

    Sagittarius Thanksgiving New Moon 2008

  • The Fruit of the Womb is a Reward, the Reward of the LORD.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • ; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'This is a continuation of what I have called Womb to Tomb stages in the life of human beings.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Teenagers -- Who Learns, Who Teaches?

  • "Womb," the orgiastic religious festival of Aphrodite in Argos, where the Womb of the World was adored and symbolically fructified.1 by offering sacrifice, in this case, pigs?

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • "Womb" of Ti├ómat [1], and divined the plan of Kingu who had taken up his place therein.

    The Babylonian Legends of the Creation

  • Delphi's upcoming releases this year include Benedek Fliegauf's sci-fi-esque drama "Womb," starring Eva Green and Matt Smith ( "Doctor Who"), although the film still has no start date.

    Variety.com

  • That's right, I will call it what it is, a chemical weapon used in the pre-emptive War on the Womb which is sanctioned by the positive law in the United States of America.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

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