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Cooper, 53, host of CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” named the baby, born via a surrogate, after his father, Wyatt, who died when Cooper was 10 days old.
She was a popular surrogate for the senator that year, went on to lead his political organization Our Revolution and co-chaired his 2020 presidential campaign.
More likely is an infiltration of Belarusian institutions by his security services or their surrogates in an effort to exert indirect control and ensure that Minsk policies and pronouncements channel through the Kremlin.
POISON, PROTEST AND THE POWER OF PUTINTRACY MORANSEPTEMBER 4, 2020OZY
Yet few of us get to feel that presence, that sense of otherworldly connection to a robot that is in all ways a surrogate for having our own feet on the Martian regolith.
Furthermore, surrogate sires would enable ranchers to introduce desired traits without having to wrangle their herd into one place for artificial insemination, says Oatley.
He needs her to witness for his clients, and Momsy says the hearing before the Surrogate cannot be postponed again.
Some of the heirs and next of kin appealed to the Circuit Judge, who confirmed the decree of the Surrogate.
The Surrogate, when the case came before him, decided to admit the will to probate, and made a decree accordingly.
Van Buren became surrogate of Columbia county on February 20, 1808.
MARTIN VAN BURENEDWARD M. SHEPARD
He as appointed by Pauline Quenu's family council to be her "surrogate guardian."
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