The one pig is made to be the genetic begetter
, by "non-forced, natural means," of 26 piglets, each to be raised by chosen farmers from around the world, after which the Mirando Corporation would be able to determine the best environment for the new designer pig.
Prominent among Whitten's roster of executive producers is industry giant Abigail Disney, grand-niece of Mickey Mouse's online begetter
It is this humanity that Gitutu and his begetter
strive to tidy up in the dustbin by making it up for the undesirable ideology of individualism and cunning which they thought was more profitable than hard work.
In this contemporary perspective, Churchill is refigured as an archbogeyman, a class warrior, colonialist, imperialist, racist, begetter
of the Cold War with his defiant evocation of the Iron Curtain dividing Europe.
When on high the heaven had not been named, Firm ground below had not been called by name, Naught but primordial Apsu, their begetter
, (And) Mummu-Tiamat, she who bore them all, Their waters commingling as a single body.
And lately it is proving far more devastating and ferocious than its erstwhile begetter
about periodization, as it "is both the product and the begetter
Ironically, the man known as "the begetter
of modern Aberdeen", Archibald Simpson was born in Guestrow in 1790.
, a lanky youth with an unmarked village face, who had attended a Catholic seminary, was to prove far more troublesome and longstanding.
The method can be seen here in the italicized words of the beginning of the dedication: "To the onlie begetter
of these insuing sonnets Mr.
What makes Camelot's only begetter
surprisingly bland company for most of The Patriarch's 800-plus pages is that Nasaw's pasteurized respect is no substitute for the harsh awe an Irish-American Ahab should inspire.
E's instructions are all too clear: Ben must leave earth on his own and become the begetter
of countless millions.