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“He's vindictive and will do whatever it takes to win, Keoghan says, referring to the mother-son duo's ruthless tactics in Season 14.”
“Sheik Abdul-Mohsen al-Obeikan ruled that if a woman needs to appear without her veil in front of an adult, unrelated male, she has the option of breast-feeding him, because it establishes a mother-son bond in Islamic tradition.”
“The first in a new series by the mother-son writing team best known for their Inspector Ian Rutledge mysteries.”
“CBC Radio today had a program talking about Genetic Sexual Attraction and how there was a certain need with some people who shared genetic material to be more than just brother-sister, father-daughter, mother-son, and take it into sexual fulfillment.”
“Mom never used the word “boyfriend” or bothered to have one of those mother-son chats that explained everything.”
“Because I'm actually happy to see the return of players like the cowboy brothers, the Harlem Globetrotters, mother-son Margie and Luke, goth couple Kent and Vyxsen and best buds Zev and Justin, I'm more OK with this than I am the latest go-round for the overexposed "Boston Rob" and Russell the Rude on Survivor: Redemption Island, who really have outstayed their welcome.”
“She felt that the mother-son dance would represent a transition for her, from being the most important woman in her son's life to handing him over to his wife.”
“The mother-son writing team known as Charles Todd discuss their books and their lives.”
“This deft psychological period piece, A Pale Horse, may be the best yet by Charles Todd, a pseudonymous mother-son writing team. A.”
“Adam's mother, who has been overly protective, continues her smothering overreaction, which prevents any meaningful mother-son dialogue.”
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