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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of surrogate.
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Surrogates have no idea what they were surrogated for ...
These measures are also recommended in BT Yevamot 65b, where the rabbis point out that a precedent for the practice of divorcing an infertile wife after ten years may be drawn from Genesis 16: 3, since it was only after ten years of living in the land of Canaan that Sarai accepted her infertility and surrogated her servant to bear a child on her behalf.
Case in point are the activities of several local public health units in moving to monitor the blood sugar levels - as surrogated for by the Hemoglobin A1C levels-of citizens without their consent.
No believer in the arts he surrogated, the shaman warmed to his own beliefs.
Less then one in 1,000 are adopted to be surrogated.
He also expressed concern over the growing trend of surrogated advertisements.