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“Sloane moving to Eric's hometown with their yet-to-be-born baby?”
“Even in my perfect world, ample opportunity for mischief exists, because, per Rothbard, politicians have altruistic and selfish motivations to spend -- particularly to spend the money of the nonvoting young and yet-to-be-born.”
“On one of these ships, The Elizabeth, were the parents of yet-to-be-born Virginia Dare, Eleanor and Ananias Dare.”
“She tries earnestly to learn more about the now-deceased dad of her yet-to-be-born baby.”
“Did the immigration screeners at Ellis Island accurately predict that Grandfather Lauder's yet-to-be-born daughter would be the entrepreneurial genius that she was?”
“There is no greater irony than the continuing spectacle of American taxpayers -- the yet-to-be-born grandchildren of American taxpayers actually -- who once thought that they had secured their piece of the American Dream, are now being told by the very bankers who they have bailed out that their moral and ethical obligation is to stay the course.”
“As did her mother and her grandmother before her, she's knitting traditional Irish sweaters for her yet-to-be-born great-grandchildren.”
“Adding to these excruciating realities, abortion of yet-to-be-born baby girls is surprisingly common.”
“The government claims that it is therefore possible that she will subject her yet-to-be-born child to “emotional abuse.””
“It reminds me that verse translation is, among other things, a conversation of poets over the ages – the dead speaking to the yet-to-be-born, the present speaking back cheekily to its ancestors – poets speaking as contemporaries and peers, not as awed and bald scholars wearing the carpet with their shoes.”
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