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Synonyms for birth

Synonyms for birth

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

noble rank or status by birth

to give birth to

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She cited 2002 statistics that showed about 20 percent of all new mothers under 20 were unmarried but living with the father at the time of the birth.
The birth dearth is certainly real enough; declining birth rates (also known as fertility rates) are evident in many parts of the world.
The data came from a survey conducted among women who gave birth in 1998-2000 at 75 hospitals in 15 states and the fathers of their infants.
Readers may find this focus on priests and birth control to be a curious perspective at first thought.
Studies to determine the optimal spacing between a birth and the mother's next pregnancy have yielded mixed results.
Today, newer, less invasive tests and greater use of prenatal counseling can help women better assess their risk of giving birth to a child with serious problems; more women are delivering via cesarean section than ever before; and a new specialty--fetal surgery--has evolved to correct certain abnormalities like some types of spina bifida even before babies are born.
Pope Paul VI also asked scientists to study the woman's natural cycle of fertility in order to find ways to make it easier for couples to abide by the Church's prohibition on artificial birth control.
federal standards--on preterm and low-birth-weight (LBW) births for women living within one mile of an air pollution monitoring station.
Both adoptees and birth parents can voluntarily consent to the release of this information by signing up at a government registry that can lead to a reunion.
Association between maternal serum concentration of the DDT metabolite DDE and preterm and small-for-gestational-age babies at birth.
As Haskell described it, the procedure involved moving a fetus to the birth canal, depressing its skull, and then removing the entire body from the patient.
The image of a woman reaching down to bring her baby onto her breast at the moment of birth is a powerful one.
Another section of the legislation reads: "[A] prominent medical association has recognized that partial birth abortions are 'ethically different from other destructive abortion techniques because the fetus, normally twenty weeks or longer in gestation is killed outside the womb.
birth rate is at its lowest point since national data have been available, according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
For those of us too much into obedience, birth us to the freedom of the gospel.