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  • "Did you see Timothea Rogers on the trivision this morning?"

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  • She hadn't been able to bring herself to watch WorldNews coverage; while she genuinely liked Bob April and considered him a friend, she could not stand listening to Timothea Rogers.

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  • "The weather might be terrible outside," Nan continued brightly, her professional smile intact, "but we're nice and dry here in our San Francisco studios—and with us this morning are our special guests, Admiral Timothea Rogers of Starfleet Command Public Information, and retired Starfleet captain Robert April, the very first commander of the starship Enterprise."

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  • It was bad enough that, as part of Nogura's inner staff, she had to do business with Timothea.

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  • There's also a history of child abuse by Timothea against her son, which certainly stacks the deck against her; Timothea's fear of having her sordid history exposed leads to what would otherwise be a remarkable concession: allowing the Westmorelands to adopt Kendall.

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  • Kendall's dad skipped out some time ago, for reasons that are apparent when Timothea arrives holding her Bible in everybody's face.

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