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How to use roe in a sentence
They were busily implementing these in cases like Roe v. Wade when a right-wing insurgency took them by surprise.
Prior to Roe v. Wade, nearly one-fifth of maternal deaths in America were due to illegal abortions.Indiana 'Feticide' Charge Is the Latest Fallout From States' Strict Anti-Abortion Laws|Sally Kohn|August 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And worryingly, 20 years after Roe vs. Wade, only 12 percent of OB-GYN programs taught abortion techniques.The Medical Community’s Hidden Abortion-Training War|Abigail Golden|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The abortion rate in the U.S. has reached its lowest level since Roe v Wade.
Advocates on both sides are celebrating and condemning Roe and its implications at events in Washington and across the country.What Do Threats To Roe V. Wade And Domestic Violence Have In Common? Patriarchy.|Sally Kohn|January 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Near the fireplaces Mr. Roe picked up some stones that had been chipped probably in the manufacture of their hatchets.
A very beautiful and accurate drawing of this curious animal was made by Lieutenant Roe.
The roe-buck, found in the south of Canada, and in Louisiana, is also smaller and has a longer tail than that of Europe.Buffon's Natural History. Volume VII (of 10)|Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
When you want to use it, mix the Roe with a little wheaten flour and gum water, to cause adhesion to the hook.
Salmon Roe is such a destructive bait for nearly all kinds of fish, and Trout in particular, that I know nothing comparable to it.