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By Susan Baer and Susan Baer,Washington Bureau of The Sun Lyle Denniston of The Sun's Washington Bureau contributed to this article | December 7, 1990
WASHINGTON -- One week after a foreign court all but cut off a Virginia father's ties to one daughter in a celebrated family dispute, a court reportedly has taken similar action to distance him from his second daughter.Dr. Eric Foretich, a McLean, Va., oral surgeon and the father in an international child-custody tangle, conceded in an interview yesterday that he had now "lost both children."The two children are a 10-year-old daughter who lives in McLean with her mother, Sharon Sullivan, who was Dr. Foretich's second wife; and Hilary Foretich, 8, who lives in New Zealand with her mother, Dr. Elizabeth Morgan, Dr. Foretich's third wife.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Sun Staff Writer | July 28, 1994
A 32-year-old Westminster man was convicted yesterday of repeatedly raping his daughter when she was 5 and 6 years old.The daughter, now 13, wept quietly as Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. convicted her father of second-degree rape and child abuse, and had him handcuffed and taken to the county jail. He will be sentenced by Judge Burns on Sept. 28.Yesterday's convictions came after nearly two days of testimony before Judge Burns, who heard the case after the defendant decided against a jury trial.
FEATURES
By Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe | October 8, 1991
Q: I think my daughter may be having sex even though she says she's not. If I take her for a gynecological exam, can the doctor tell me if she's still a virgin?A: It would be very difficult for any physician to answer your question based on a physical exam. Presumably, you are wondering whether her hymen is intact as a sign of virginity. However, there is considerable variation in the anatomy of the hymen during adolescence, making it an unreliable indicator of virginity.Your question raises important points about your relationship with your daughter.
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By Knight-Ridder | October 11, 1990
It's not as damn fine as a good cuppa joe or some cherry pie from the Double R diner, but ''The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer,'' by Jennifer Lynch (Pocket Books, $8.95) is still a valuable companion for the true "Twin Peaks" fanatic.Of all the characters in the supersonic prime-time soap opera, we know the least about the murdered Laura Palmer. So Lynch, the daughter of series creator David Lynch, fills in the gaps with a diary that stretches from her 12th birthday until a few days before her death.
NEWS
By PATRICK ERCOLANO | May 14, 1994
In the title essay of his book ''Fathers Playing Catch with Sons,'' the poet Donald Hall writes:''Baseball is fathers and sons . . . the generations, looping backward forever with a million apparitions of sticks and balls. . . . Baseball is fathers and sons playing catch, lazy and murderous, wild and controlled, the profound archaic song of birth, growth, age and death. This diamond encircles what we are . . . joining the long generations of all the fathers and all the sons.''Yeah, yeah. And what about the daughters, bub?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Shelden and Michael Shelden,special to the sun | January 3, 1999
If you are an aspiring first novelist who is not also a supermodel, senator, serial killer or TV anchorperson, you face two difficult tasks: You must actually write your own book, and you must rely primarily on literary merit for publicity. And you can't look to publishers for much encouragement. It is easier for them to create instant novelists from the casts of sitcoms or Court TV.All the same, real writers keep emerging from the vast untelevised wilderness, with nothing to distinguish them but the quality of their books.
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Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2012
The boyfriend charged with killing his 25-year-old girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughter, whose bodies were found in an apartment in Parkville in June 2011, plead guilty in Baltimore County court Monday evening. Brian Lamont Eggleston Jr., 29, plead guilty to two counts of murder in the deaths of Alicia Lee Avery and her daughter Darry'el Parker, who were found shot to death inside the Welcome Inn, where they had been staying under police protection as a result of an unrelated murder in Baltimore.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2013
It is just under a year until our wedding, and I can't help but think about how things will change or how things will stay the same. Sure, we will file our taxes differently and my name will change but what will the main differences be? I think it's important to hold on to those who are closest to me now. I know this can be hard wihen starting new families but it is so important.  I may become a wife but I'll still be a daughter, I'll still be a sister, I'll still be a friend. So many people let marriage change all of this and exclude themselves from others or only want to be with their significant others, and, to me, this is just unacceptable.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | December 6, 1993
At first, it appeared that shock and grief drove Debbie and Mark Troch to ask all those questions, over and over again, and to obsess about the death of their teen-aged daughter. But it turns out the Troches were more rational than you'd expect parents in mourning to be. Their angry suspicions had considerable foundation, and their recollections of the last 13 1/2 hours of their daughter's life appear to have been all too accurate.Readers of this column might recall that the Troches came away from St. Joseph Hospital that Good Friday morning 1992 with lots of questions:Had they erred in bringing Tiffany to the Towson hospital the evening before, after she fell 8 feet from a rope swing near her home in Baltimore County?
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | October 1, 2003
A 57-year-old woman charged with killing her husband eight years ago listened in Baltimore Circuit Court yesterday as one of her daughters testified that her mother conspired to kill her father -- a man described by the mother as "rotten to the core." Geralene Lincoln could receive two life sentences if she is convicted in the bludgeoning death in 1995 of her husband, Leroy Lincoln Sr. She hated her estranged husband, according to testimony, because he had sexually abused their daughters, forced their sons to sell drugs and had many affairs.
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