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Synonyms for Born

brought into this world

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British nuclear physicist (born in Germany) honored for his contributions to quantum mechanics (1882-1970)

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brought into existence

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being talented through inherited qualities

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Lee Carter * Born January 14, 1954 in Dallas, Texas; attended the University of New Mexico; turned pro in 1974; graduated from PGA Tour Q-school in 1979.
Men who were born in South and Southeast Asia were less likely than U.
Born in Detroit, Green received an AFS Service Citation in 1979 and an AFS Award of Scientific Merit in 1985.
After adjusting for the effects of these factors, as well as race and ethnicity, the investigators found that relative to infants born to women aged 23-29, babies born to the youngest mothers had the highest odds of postneonatal mortality (odds ratio, 3.
Given the funhouse gallery of characters he created, it's fitting Candy was born on Halloween.
Shoshana Nyree Johnson, a second-generation Army Veteran, was born in the Republic of Panama to Panamanian parents Claude and Eunice 31 years ago.
OTCBB: EXCB), announced today a three-year strategic alliance with Born, Inc.