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PREGNANT, pleading. A fulness in the pleadings which admits or involves a matter which is favorable to the opposite party. 2. It is either an affirmative pregnant, or negative pregnant. See Affirmative pregnant; Negative pregnant.

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In 1997, Dylan would release an album entitled Time out of Mind, including songs naming both Boston and Baltimore, where Poe died; in 2008, he paid a discreet visit to the Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site in Philadelphia ('Tell-Tale Visit' 2008: 2), soon before bringing out a collection of songs under the pregnantly Poesque title Tell-Tale Signs.
It also via the Department of Justice and the newly created and pregnantly named Department of Homeland Security initiated a domestic regime of intolerance and oppression, whose victims were inevitably Muslims and those of ethnic Arab origin.
all of them laugh, the husband a little constrainedly, the wife pregnantly and the therapist relieved and satisfied).
One of the wonderful paradoxes of the film is that it focuses on these rather "inner space" issues like parenthood, even as Sputnik beeps pregnantly overhead.