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“My visit throughout that week was largely a delightful tour of the "newly-born Egypt;" one that I had never imagined would come in my lifetime.”
“But Nixon was so corrupt and so awful, that this year a Baptist pastor called Jimmy Carter comes out of nowhere and said: Look, I am a newly-born Christian, I am a person of faith, I won't lie to you.”
“[AY] There is a tunnel for that, inside the ribosome, through which the newly-born protein progresses until it emerges out of the ribosome.”
“A farmer smoked a bidi, an Indian leaf cigarette, firemen attempted to extinguish a fire on a train, Amitabh Bachchan held his newly-born granddaughter, and more.”
“There, lying between her legs was a newly-born infant, the umbilical cord and afterbirth still attached.”
“Thousands of victims, including newly-born babies in Hama, besieged cities, as well as artillery and tank attacks do not put an end to the brave Sunni uprising in Syria.”
“They were on their way to "somewhere in Eastern Afghanistan" (they would not tell us where) to fight and perhaps to die, after having visited their parents, wives or husbands, their newly-born babies for a few precious days.”
“I was feeding my newly-born first child and on TV, saw an Ethiopian mother with a child the same age as my own crying out weakly for food.”
“Obviously it is vitally necessary for materialists to “establish” that a newly-born person is a tabula rasa, and the mind-is-only-brain-function reductionism (as in your New Statesman excerpt) is part of this.”
“The planet they were on was the Earth of that newly-born universe -- it had the Happy Harbor geography and all. kdb”
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