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Currently, such suits am difficult to win bemuse breaches of privacy am extremely hard to value--some courts even flirt with the notion that privacy has no value at all.
But abortion itself has saved mothers' lives, bemuse doctors recognize when women have serious health problems and recommend an abortion bemuse of the threat to their life and health.
The decision by Lucas Neill not to accept our terms after we agreed a fee with Blackburn will bemuse many fans," he said.
Some are economic: At a time when average earnings are stagnant, when sudden income drops bemuse of layoffs or health problems are common, and when public and private insurance systems have frayed, families increasingly turn to credit cards to serve as their financial safety net.