And when he tried to avoid saying he wanted to repeal roe v. Wade.
One effect of those open doors, however, has been to release the pressure on overturning roe.
See, for example, the decades of blowback that have followed roe v. Wade, or the school-desegregation rulings.
Forty years ago Tuesday, the Supreme Court ushered in legal abortion for American women when it decided in roe v. Wade.
They were busily implementing these in cases like roe v. Wade when a right-wing insurgency took them by surprise.
They killed and ate red deer and roe deer, bison and wild boar.
More black is sin than the blackest sloe: And thought is swifter than any roe.
Taïaut in France was used solely in the chase of red, fallow, or roe deer.
A northern term for the female salmon, as having the raun or roe.
The bellowing of red deer comes from a neighbouring corrie, and a herd of roe are browsing on the confines of the scrub.
"fish eggs," mid-15c., probably from an unrecorded Old English *hrogn, from Proto-Germanic *khrugna (cf. Old Norse hrogn, Danish rogn, Swedish rom, Flemish rog, Middle Low German and Middle Dutch roge, Old High German rogo, German Rogen "roe"), from PIE *krek- "frog spawn, fish eggs" (cf. Lithuanian kurkle, Russian krjak "spawn of frogs"). Exact relations of the Germanic words are uncertain.
"small deer," Old English ra, from raha, from Proto-Germanic *raikhaz (cf. Old Norse ra, Old Saxon reho, Middle Dutch and Dutch ree, Old High German reh, German Reh "roe"), of uncertain origin; perhaps from PIE root *rei- "streaked, spotted, striped in various colors."
(Heb. tsebi), properly the gazelle (Arab. ghazal), permitted for food (Deut. 14:5; comp. Deut. 12:15, 22; 15:22; 1 Kings 4:23), noted for its swiftness and beauty and grace of form (2 Sam. 2:18; 1 Chr. 12:8; Cant. 2:9; 7:3; 8:14). The gazelle (Gazella dorcas) is found in great numbers in Palestine. "Among the gray hills of Galilee it is still 'the roe upon the mountains of Bether,' and I have seen a little troop of gazelles feeding on the Mount of Olives close to Jerusalem itself" (Tristram). The Hebrew word ('ayyalah) in Prov. 5: 19 thus rendered (R.V., "doe"), is properly the "wild she-goat," the mountain goat, the ibex. (See 1 Sam. 24:2; Ps. 104:18; Job 39:1.)