And when he tried to avoid saying he wanted to repeal Roe v. wade.
AIG attorneys also have said that wade Dill's actions were related to marital and family problems.
See, for example, the decades of blowback that have followed Roe v. wade, or the school-desegregation rulings.
Forty years ago Tuesday, the Supreme Court ushered in legal abortion for American women when it decided in Roe v. wade.
They were busily implementing these in cases like Roe v. wade when a right-wing insurgency took them by surprise.
You'll wade through bog and fight your way through underbrush.
Then she asked who'd seen you last, and if anyone had given you leave to wade.
It is said some of the boys had to wade ashore; but none were lost—thank God!
Between him and his home there was the road to cross and the meadow to wade through.
wade swung around with a start and found himself looking over the hedge-top into a smiling, ruddy, gold-spectacled countenance.
Old English wadan "to go forward, proceed," in poetic use only, except as oferwaden "wade across," from Proto-Germanic *wadan (cf. Old Norse vaða, Danish vade, Old Frisian wada, Dutch waden, Old High German watan, German waten "to wade"), from PIE root *wadh- "to go," found only in Germanic and Latin (cf. Latin vadere "to go," vadum "shoal, ford," vadare "to wade"). Italian guado, French gué "ford" are Germanic loan-words.
Specifically of walking into water from c.1200. Originally a strong verb (past tense wod, past participle wad); weak since 16c. Figurative sense of "to go into" (action, battle, etc.) is recorded from late 14c. Related: Waded; wading.