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a very young child

one who is not yet legally of age

being in an early period of growth or development

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The old law required newborn children of foreign residents in Taiwan to wait for six month before they were eligible for National Health Insurance (NIH).
The official spokesman of the Civil Status Department has said that the department has no jurisdiction to either accept or reject the names chosen by parents for their newborn children where parents are non-Muslim.
A CARDIFF MP has welcomed reforms to allow parents to share up to a year's leave to look after newborn children.
PARENTS will be able to share up to a year's leave to look after their newborn children under "radical" reforms.
Under Bulgaria's current legislation, mothers are obliged to look after their newborn children in the first six months.
Indian couples have been urged to register the newborn children with the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi or the Consulate General in Dubai.
The Eida has underlined the need for the UAE citizens to register their newborn children in the population register, enabling them to get electronic passports before ID cards are issued to them.
The newborn children will receive three pneumococcal vaccines within three months in conjunction with polio vaccines," Al-Rabie said.
Summary: A 47-year-old woman has confessed to killing her eight newborn children and hiding their bodies in a village in northern France.
Police found three of the newborn children in September last year at the former home of Bernadette Quirk in Harlow Close, St Helens.
Charged: Dominique Cottrez suffocated her eight newborn children.
BOOMERS: THE COLD-WAR GENERATION GROWS UP offers a chronicle of newborn children during the period between the end of World War II and the close of the 1960s, analyzing how the influence on children of a new American pop culture monitored by adults contributed to the growing 'generation gap' of later years.
1211 authorizesVA to provide short-term medical care for newborn children of women veterans receiving maternity care, and provides for a childcare pilot program so the lack of childcare is no longer a barrier to accessing VA care.
I READ your article about the money being given away to newborn children.
The centre coordinates a number of research units across the globe dedicated to the health of newborn children.