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expected

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not yet brought into existence

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"They're not unborn," said Lady Brandon indignantly.
For Blanche's sake, and for the sake of your unborn children, we must face this matter on the spot--and settle it at once and forever.
This will disgrace us in the eyes of those who are yet unborn."
The mother's impassioned state had been the medium through which were transmitted to the unborn infant the rays of its moral life; and, however white and clear originally, they had taken the deep stains of crimson and gold, the fiery lustre, the black shadow, and the untempered light of the intervening substance.
She lay helpless on her widowed bed; her own life, and the life of her unborn child, trembling in the balance.
But it's your way to speak disrespectful o' my family; and sister Glegg throws all the blame upo'me, though I'm sure I'm as innocent as the babe unborn. For nobody's ever heard me say as it wasn't lucky for my children to have aunts and uncles as can live independent.
And as I grasped it did I think of what it meant to the human race of Pellucidar--did there flash through my mind the thought that countless generations of my own kind yet unborn would have reason to worship me for the thing that I had accomplished for them?
The mothers of all the past were whispering through her, and there was a clamour of the children unborn. But of this she knew nothing.
In the cause of your wives and daughters, and of wives and daughters yet unborn. It is to save them from the unthinkably atrocious indignities that I have seen heaped upon the fair women of Barsoom in the place men call the Temple of Issus.
"The reality is that the noble words of so many high-blown declarations have been matched with a barbaric indifference to rights of the unborn."
This study emphasises that it's not only women who need to re-think whether or not they will drink while they're pregnant, but also doctors and midwives who need to be alert to alcohol misuse in pregnancy in order to safeguard and minimise the risks to the unborn child.
Walkers at the start of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children's Cardiff/Penarth Branch annual sponsored walk
As did many good people who support respect for human life - the result being 33.6% who voted no, while 66.4% of the adult population voted to remove this protection, at the same time celebrating that the government will bring in a new law where women will be able to kill their unborn child up to 12 weeks for "any reason".