Roe versus Wade
An extremely controversial Supreme Court decision in 1973 that, on the basis of the right to privacy, gave women an unrestricted right to abortion (see also abortion) during the first three months of pregnancy. Pro-choice forces have hailed the decision, whereas those associated with the “right-to-life” (pro-life) movement have opposed it.
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One of the more interesting splits in the book is the difference between your time at Manchester United versus at Everton.
And even today there are despicable instances of hate crimes versus Jews in our country.
Media outlets “crowd sourced” the project, asking readers to help wade through the 24,000 pages of Palin emails.
There are no emails for us to wade through—even if we were champing at the bits.
We had now at one moment to wade through plains of sand, and the next to clamber over the rocks by wretched paths.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
Near the fireplaces Mr. Roe picked up some stones that had been chipped probably in the manufacture of their hatchets.
Mandibulae validae corneae arcuatae, intus apicem versus subsinuatae edentulae basin versus ciliatae vel submembranaceae.
A very beautiful and accurate drawing of this curious animal was made by Lieutenant Roe.
"And my geldin' kin travel that same road spryer 'n Green's hoss—for a hunderd dollars," said Wade, eagerly.Scattergood Baines|Clarence Budington Kelland