Mothers

Some articles on mothers, mother:

SMURF2 - Interactions
... SMURF2 has been shown to interact with Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 7, SCYE1, SMURF1, Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 3, Ubiquitin C, Mothers ...
Mothers & Daughters (film)
... Mothers Daughters is a 2004 Independent Film written and directed by British duo Hannah Davis and David Conolly ... a certain therapist who brings all her patients’ problems back to their mothers ... vicar, a secret affair is exposed, old family wounds are reopened and one meddling mother drops by to cause even more trouble ...
Mothers, Sisters, Daughters & Wives - Track Listings
... CD "Mothers, Sisters, Daughters Wives" "Fast Asleep" "Rise Up in the Dirt" "Four Long Days" "Soft Warm" 7" "Mothers, Sisters, Daughters Wives" "Rise Up in the Dirt ...
Caleb Saleeby - Biography
... women, but primarily so they should become better mothers ... live longer and more beautiful lives, when they follow, as mothers or foster-mothers the role of motherhood" ...
List Of Cover Versions Of U2 Songs - Mothers of The Disappeared
... "Mothers of the Disappeared" is the eleventh and final track from U2's 1987 album, The Joshua Tree ... It was written about the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, the mothers of the thousands of "disappeared" people who opposed the Videla and Galtieri coup d'Ă©tat that overtook Argentina in 1976, who were ...

Famous quotes containing the word mothers:

    oh mothers you will have made the little tykes
    so happy because if nobody does pick them up in the movies
    they won’t know the difference
    and if somebody does it’ll be sheer gravy
    Frank O’Hara (1926–1966)

    If mothers are to be successful in achieving their child-rearing goals, they must have the inner freedom to find their own value system and within that system to find what is acceptable to them and what is not. This means leaving behind the anxiety, but also the security, of simplistic good-bad formulations and deciding for themselves what they want to teach their children.
    Elaine Heffner (20th century)

    We are idiot, younger-sons of gods, begotten in dotages divine; and our mothers all miscarry.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)