accouchement


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the act or process of bringing forth young

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Inquiete, Carlotta songe a un accouchement aux Etats-Unis afin de garantir son niveau de vie a long terme, mais aussi pour suivre Jorge par-dela l'ocean.
Si tu prends les femmes d'appartenance ethnique Bella, leur premier accouchement a lieu chez leurs familles>> (infirmier #2).
1986b Le difficile accouchement d'une histoire andine.
Adele's accouchement forces Edna to face the hard reality that with passion comes risk--risk to her present children through scandal and, possibly, the risk of future children as a result of her love affairs.
Not a day passes, not a minute or second without an accouchement,
It is likely that the wives of the soldiers would not have turned to the regimental surgeons for their accouchement.
Pour nos poetes noirs, au contraire, l'etre sort du Neant comme une verge qui se dresse ; la Creation est un enorme et perpetuel accouchement .
He sought to bring an Opposition motion to eliminate the marriage bar and institute maternity leave (then called accouchement leave).
All these factors, in addition to unhygienic methods of accouchement practiced by dais, result in a maternal mortality rate of 6-8/1000.
When she gave birth to her first child, the disorientated Prince Eddy, the six doctors assigned to the accouchement failed to turn up.
Such a system imposes penalties (Adele's accouchement is one specific marker for the price to be paid); however, within these limiting conditions, the Creole world is more densely erotic than any community Edna has encountered.
The vicissitudes of the large family, the high infant mortality rate, the high maternal mortality rate, the appearance of the doctor for the annual accouchement, and the almost equally frequent appearance of the undertaker, were all considered "normal".
Long after Baudelaire's accouchement of Poe as a member of the founder stock of French Symbolism and Europe's recognition of his importance, America, paying lip-service to the genius of the artist, was McCarthyishly preoccupied with the bad citizenship of the man.
Prissy's indifference to the urgencies of Melanie's painful accouchement and the clumsiness of her assistance, her subsequent fears as the relatively intrepid Scarlett leads them back to Tara, mark her as a real liability.
Pour ce faire, on ne saurait passer sous silence tout l'assaisonnement conjoncturel qui avait vinaigre la formation de l'executif, apres des moments d'atermoiement, encore plus longs que son accouchement a la cesarienne.