- n. Plural form of quadruplet.
“Lance Morrisett said that's exactly what he does, adding that the quadruplets were the answer to many prayers.”
“Actually, what we're talking about here are the four Olsen boobies, so maybe "quadruplets" is the term I'm searching for.”
“The California state medical board decided that Kamrava "did not exercise sound judgment" and "committed gross negligence, repeated negligent acts, and incompetence" in Suleman's case as well as at least two others: A 48-year-old woman had complications after becoming pregnant with quadruplets, and a 42-year-old woman contracted ovarian cancer after her fertility treatments.”
“Krisellen Lang , a single mother of 15-year-old quadruplets, keeps Velveeta in a special holder in her refrigerator.”
“Why does the paper only consider quadruplets, btw (ie, IQ plus three other selections from the Sala-i-Martin list)?”
“Most of what he remembers he will therefore have to unlearn; and he will probably have acquired an incurable taste for vulgarity and sensationalism and the fatal habit of fluttering from paragraph to paragraph to learn how an actress has been divorced in California, a train derailed in France, and quadruplets born in New Zealand.”
“That was very difficult for me, because on the third day, my new husband, Ben, had to have emergency surgery after breaking his leg. I did not get stressed out by any of these things because I had also learned that very morning that I was pregnant with quadruplets.”
“The quadruplets include one white tiger and three snow tigers, which are a white-haired, blue-eyed variation of the white tiger, and are even more rare than regular white tigers.”
“Additionally, the quadruplets themselves are somewhat of an anomaly, as tiger litters usually only consist of one or two cubs.”
“Roni Bintang/Reuters A nurse handled quadruplets, a male and three female babies, in Stella Maris hospital in Medan, Indonesia's North Sumatra province.”
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