beget

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to be the biological father of

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It seems strange that these four ancestors all begot children at such an old age.
Where Conceptualists like Smithson, Ruscha, and Graham--artists who worked with photography but were not photographers in the old sense appeared for a time to point the way beyond the impasse, the intermedia experiments their efforts begot ("the unconvincing hybrids that are so sadly characteristic of art since then") seemed to Wall a second cul-desac.
No problem, for Felix adopted his half brother Thomas, begot by their father when he was seventy-five.
Davis' selnflicted energy crisis, which begot his selnflicted $23.
It was vision that begot reflection and abstraction and made the search for causality possible; language likely appeared on that same road, so our metaphysical relationship with things is imperative because it is biological, not because it is transcendental.