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  • There, lying between her legs was a newly-born infant, the umbilical cord and afterbirth still attached.

    Olivia

  • There, lying between her legs was a newly-born infant, the umbilical cord and afterbirth still attached.

    Olivia

  • 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.

    Daniel Matamala: The Last Veto

  • 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.

    India in Pictures

  • 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.

    Daniel Matamala: The Last Veto

  • 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.

    Daniel Matamala: The Last Veto

  • 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.

    Sahar Taman: Egyptians have No Intention of Allowing their Revolution to be Hijacked

  • There, lying between her legs was a newly-born infant, the umbilical cord and afterbirth still attached.

    Olivia

  • 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.

    Daniel Matamala: The Last Veto

  • [AY] There is a tunnel for that, inside the ribosome, through which the newly-born protein progresses until it emerges out of the ribosome.

    Ada E. Yonath - Interview

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