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David Day, The Great Betrayal: Britain, Australia and the Onset of the Pacific War (Angus, 1988); Peter Elphick, Singapore: The Pregnable Fortress (Hodder and Stoughton, 1995); A.W.
That vault proves easily pregnable by a gang of thieves led by Marcus (Omar Epps), an American criminal, and Solina (Jennifer Esposito), Van Helsing's traitorous secretary.
We might perform a thought experiment to argue that if men were pregnable then we would also deny their abortion decisions because of our commitment to fetuses as "very, very young children." But of course men cannot be impregnated, and it is womens--not mens--abortion decisions that come under scrutiny.
There are grounds for suspecting that Catherine's mental health has always been more pregnable than, for instance, that of a 'cant lass' like Nelly.