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By Donna Weaver and Donna Weaver,Staff writer | January 28, 1992
First came 4-pound, 13-ounce Minlo at 11:57 a.m.Then 5-pound, 9-ounce Kognea Marie arrived one minute later.And finally, 6-pound, 3-ounce Siequa checked in at 11:59 a.m.Triplets. Count 'em. A boy, a girl, and another boy. They were born yesterday to 40-year-old Rosa Wonlin of Baltimore at Harbor Hospital Center.It was the first time in 16 years that the South Baltimore hospital, which serves a large area in northern Anne Arundel County, had played host to newborn triplets.Although the babies were bornfour weeks premature, all were doing fine, said neonatologist Dr. Larry Yap.Kognea Marie was receiving oxygen, but her condition wasn't serious.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2013
Tourists of the Inner Harbor: You don't need your eyes checked. That young blond girl in the blue dress you saw in triplicate? Elizabeth, Adrianna and Laurel Kamosa, 18-year-olds from St. Mary's County. That teenage boy wearing the "Triplets in Charm City" T-shirt was, as his uniform might suggest, in fact three brothers, not one guy who gets around fast. Dozens of sets of triplets drew stares and lots of questions downtown Saturday as part of an annual triplet convention. The 22-year-old event came to Baltimore for the first time, giving multiples and their parents from across the country a chance to share stories and lessons and bond over their shared genetic luck.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 6, 2000
Just over four months after his birth, the youngest of a celebrated set of triplets was laid to rest yesterday, the cause of his death still undetermined. Tyler Elijah Williams was the third child born to Richard and Crystal Williams on Feb. 1 at University of Maryland Medical Center. The births thrust the couple into the national spotlight, because they had had another set of triplets 20 months before, on April 17, 1998. Tyler, whose birth weight was 3 pounds, 13.5 ounces, was the smallest of the February triplets.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2010
The Guiffre triplets did everything together growing up. They shared the same friends, went to the same parties and played the same sport, field hockey. So it only made sense that the identical triplets from Frederick would all graduate from college on Saturday. There was just one catch. Danielle and Juliann would cross the stage together at McDaniel College. But the third Guiffre, Ally, broke away from the triad to attend Hood College in Frederick. Their mother, Patty Hardy, panicked when she realized that both colleges planned to hold their ceremonies on the same day. "I asked each one of the girls which one I should go to," she recalled with a laugh.
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By Maureen Rice and Maureen Rice,Contributing Writer | October 19, 1993
"Two is company, three's a crowd," the saying goes.Or, three can be triplets, an instant "triumvirate" that makes life interesting for them, their parents, teachers and others around them.On Saturday, Sykesville's Rabinovitz triplets -- Chad, Michael and Allison -- made their bar mitzvahs and bat mitzvah together at Martin's Westminster.Their parents, Susan and Chuck, were proud and relieved."No one really knows what to call it," Mr. Rabinovitz said, "it's not often that you have all these celebrations happening at once.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | May 10, 1997
An article in the Maryland section Saturday on a Pasadena woman who gave birth to her second set of triplets incorrectly stated the newborns' birth weights. Nicole Robinson weighed 3 pounds, 3 ounces; Jordan Robinson, 3 pounds, 8 ounces; and Joshua Robinson, 3 pounds, 10 ounces.Paula Robinson got an early Mother's Day gift of an unusual sort this year.Three days ago, the Pasadena mother of 12-year-old triplets gave birth to a second set of triplets, evening up the score in her home at three boys and three girls.
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By Michael Stroh and Michael Stroh,SUN STAFF | December 30, 2004
The birth of triplets to a 55- year-old woman this week is drawing attention to a small but growing phenomenon: older women becoming pregnant. Tina Cade, a university administrator in Richmond, Va., acted as a surrogate for her daughter, a Johns Hopkins doctor who couldn't conceive. Other women in their 50s - and even 60s - are becoming pregnant to have children of their own. But as more older women turn to science to beat their biological clocks and fulfill their desire to become mothers, it is raising a number of medical and ethical questions.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,SUN REPORTER | November 22, 2006
From the start, the Erickson triplets were on the go. Delivered five weeks early, they challenged doctors who fought to keep the newborns alive. By 18 months, the three were escaping from their cribs. Their parents found the toddlers on the floor, tearing the wallpaper from the nursery. Anna, Paul and Andrew Erickson aren't the types to sit idly by. At Fallston High, where they are seniors, the triplets are still in motion. Anna is co-captain of the field hockey team, co-editor of the school newspaper and a track champion.
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By Jeff Kunerth and Jeff Kunerth,ORLANDO SENTINEL | April 8, 2004
The Mangsen triplets are 9 months old now, colliding into each other with their rolling walkers like baby bumper cars. There's angelic Angelina, the good baby who never cries, never fusses. Matthew, who out-eats, out-weighs, out-whines his siblings. And Justin, the perpetual-motion machine nicknamed "the Rocket" by his parents. But these are no ordinary triplets. They were born from embryos that their doctor said had been frozen for nearly 12 years. "We never thought embryos of this age would be as viable and potent.
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By Sue Miller and Sue Miller,Evening Sun Staff | August 1, 1991
An Anne Arundel County woman, pregnant with triplets, has delivered one of them 13 weeks prematurely at Union Memorial Hospital. The other two still are being carried.Although Baby A has been born, neither the young mother nor hospital obstetricians know when Baby B or Baby C will arrive. They could remain inside the mother for a few weeks or two months. There is even a chance they could die, doctors say.Dr. Norman H. Daikoku, the mother's obstetrician-gynecologist, and other baby specialists agreed yesterday that this is a rare situation, but not without precedent.
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By DAN RODRICKS | May 11, 2008
Word of the triplet Eagle Scouts has been percolating through the community for a couple of months now - three brothers, born within minutes of each other 18 years ago this spring, who will achieve the highest rank attainable in the Boys Scouts of America. These things don't happen every day - in fact, it appears to have happened only once in nearly 100 years of Scouting - so attention must be paid. It's finally official, which means we get to tell you about the Podhorniak boys today, and we could not have a more perfect moment for the story - Mother's Day 2008.
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,special to the sun | September 12, 2007
Allison Barnabe is soooooo tired of people asking her what it's like to be a triplet. It's just like being any other kid, she says. Fortunately for her, some of the attention has been diffused lately, now that she and her sisters, Nicole and Corinne, attend school with another set of triplets: Kyle, Dylan and Bryan Ruygrok. The six youngsters, all 12 years old, are seventh-graders at Ellicott Mills Middle School. Last year, said Principal Michael Goins, a third set of triplets, two girls and a boy, also attended the Ellicott City school.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,SUN REPORTER | November 22, 2006
From the start, the Erickson triplets were on the go. Delivered five weeks early, they challenged doctors who fought to keep the newborns alive. By 18 months, the three were escaping from their cribs. Their parents found the toddlers on the floor, tearing the wallpaper from the nursery. Anna, Paul and Andrew Erickson aren't the types to sit idly by. At Fallston High, where they are seniors, the triplets are still in motion. Anna is co-captain of the field hockey team, co-editor of the school newspaper and a track champion.
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By JACQUES KELLY and JACQUES KELLY,SUN REPORTER | December 20, 2005
Deborah Ann Paterakis, a retired stockbroker and contractor, and mother of triplets, died of colon cancer Sunday at her Stevenson home. She was 48. Born Deborah Ann Tzomides in Baltimore and raised in Perry Hall, she earned academic, musical and athletic awards while at Perry Hall Senior High School, where she graduated in 1975. She performed in the school's band as a flute player and was captain of the cheerleading team. While a teen, Mrs. Paterakis worked alongside her mother, Agnes Tzomides, at her shops, The Yardstick Fabrics and the Alexsandra Bridal Salon.
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By Michael Stroh and Michael Stroh,SUN STAFF | December 30, 2004
The birth of triplets to a 55- year-old woman this week is drawing attention to a small but growing phenomenon: older women becoming pregnant. Tina Cade, a university administrator in Richmond, Va., acted as a surrogate for her daughter, a Johns Hopkins doctor who couldn't conceive. Other women in their 50s - and even 60s - are becoming pregnant to have children of their own. But as more older women turn to science to beat their biological clocks and fulfill their desire to become mothers, it is raising a number of medical and ethical questions.
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By Jeff Kunerth and Jeff Kunerth,ORLANDO SENTINEL | April 8, 2004
The Mangsen triplets are 9 months old now, colliding into each other with their rolling walkers like baby bumper cars. There's angelic Angelina, the good baby who never cries, never fusses. Matthew, who out-eats, out-weighs, out-whines his siblings. And Justin, the perpetual-motion machine nicknamed "the Rocket" by his parents. But these are no ordinary triplets. They were born from embryos that their doctor said had been frozen for nearly 12 years. "We never thought embryos of this age would be as viable and potent.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff writer | December 23, 1990
WESTMINSTER -- The 11-month-old Meile triplets took posing with Santa for the family Christmas card in stride, adding it to their long lists of firsts for this year. Tamie L. and Richard E. Meile tried all the usual tricks to get their babies to smile simultaneously for the camera.Despite all their efforts, Chelsi cried, Cody pulled Santa's beard and Troy looked the other way.The picture shows their three personalities.The Meiles will be celebrating baby's first Christmas times three Tuesday with their sons and daughter.
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By Chris Vognar and Chris Vognar,KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | February 19, 2004
The Triplets of Belleville may be a most unusual film, but its influences are too many to count. This surreal slice of French animation doffs its hat to everyone from classic cartoon masters Max and Dave Fleischer to the old Tintin books to the silent comedy of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. But the man who looms largest over this tale of familial love, bicycle racing and French gangsters is known by far too few American moviegoers, despite his reputation as a treasure of French cinema.
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By Chris Vognar and Chris Vognar,KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | February 19, 2004
The Triplets of Belleville may be a most unusual film, but its influences are too many to count. This surreal slice of French animation doffs its hat to everyone from classic cartoon masters Max and Dave Fleischer to the old Tintin books to the silent comedy of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. But the man who looms largest over this tale of familial love, bicycle racing and French gangsters is known by far too few American moviegoers, despite his reputation as a treasure of French cinema.
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December 16, 2003
A prominent Montgomery County attorney, JAMES P. SULLIVAN, age 60, died suddenly of heart failure on Thursday, December 11, 2003. He is survived by his wife, Sara Donohue; and their triplets, Luke, Molly and Rory, age 3. He is also survived by his daughter, Ashley Sullivan and his son, James Patrick Sullivan; his granddaughter, Haley; and several brothers and a sister. As a active member of the Montgomery County Bar Association, he served on the Executive Committee and was a member of the Ba r Foundation Board of Directors.
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