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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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Howard (Lefty) Brown * Born July 17, 1936 in Saginaw, Mich.
Pete Brown * Born February 2, 1935 in Port Gibson, Miss.
The proportion of clinic attendees born in the United States was higher than that of attendees born elsewhere (62% vs.
Born in Buffalo New York, Sinnett attended the Colorado School of Mines and Michigan State Univ.
To minimize the effects of infants' health status at birth, the researchers focused on babies who were born at 37 or more weeks of gestation and who weighed at least 2,500 g at birth; they eliminated those who did not survive the neonatal period and those with congenital anomalies.
Den work begins the first of February, just a few weeks after cubs are born.
1930s dancing star Ruby Keeler, who didn't make the list, was born in Halifax, but moved to New York with her parents at age three; Scotland's John Grierson, who did make the list, wasn't born in nor was he ever a citizen of Canada, but his influence has been profound and lasting.
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.
The teddy bear was born in the United States in 1902, and from its founding in the early 1980's, The Vermont Teddy Bear Company(R) has been proud to carry on the tradition, maufacturing bears in Shelburne, Vermont.