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  • 41 birth — A mother was regarded as ceremonially unclean after childbirth for seven days; and then for thirty three days was prohibited from entering a sanctuary or touching anything hallowed. In the case of a female infant, the length of time required for… …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 42 Birth —    The birth of a child, whether male or female, is a matter of joy for the whole family. For the Kalderash, the name is traditionally given by the Ursitory …

    Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • 43 birth — n 1. childbirth, bearing, delivery, parturition, confinement. See bearing (def.2). 2. background, parentage, line, lineage, descent, nativity, origin, race, extraction, derivation; ancestry, family, house, affiliation, blood, blood line, strain,… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 44 birth — Delivery from the womb; a beginning, as a birth of a nation. See abortion; born; Caesarean operation; deadborn; en ventre sa mere; foetus; possibility of issue extinct; still born; vital statistics …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 45 birth — berth …

    American English homophones

  • 46 birth — sb. == nation. Ps. lxxviii. 10 …

    Oldest English Words

  • 47 birth — n. 1. Nativity, coming into life, origin, beginning, rise. 2. Lineage, extraction, descent, race, family, line, ancestry, blood. 3. Offspring, progeny, creation, creature, production, being …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 48 BIRTH — abbr. and/or acronym. Born Individuals Rescuing the Helpless …

    American Life League. Abbreviations and acronyms

  • 49 birth — n. (in obstetrics) See: labour …

    The new mediacal dictionary

  • 50 birth —    see *childbirth …

    A Dictionary of English folklore

  • 51 birth — The act of being born or wholly brought into separate existence …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 52 birth — The act of being born or wholly brought into separate existence …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 53 Birth order — can affect human psychology, though many supposedly formative effects of birth order are instead related to other factors. Birth order is defined as a person s rank by age among his or her siblings. Birth order is often believed to have a… …

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  • 54 Birth of the Cool — Compilation album by Miles Davis Released 1957 …

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  • 55 Birth tourism — is a term for travelling to a country that practices birthright citizenship in order to give birth there, so that the child will be a citizen of the destination country. Contents 1 United States 2 Canada 3 Hong Kong 4 Ireland …

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  • 56 Birth weight — is the weight of a baby at its birth. It has direct links with the gestational age at which the child was born and can be estimated during the pregnancy by measuring fundal height. A baby born within the normal range of weight for that… …

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  • 57 Birth control sabotage — Birth control sabotage, or reproductive coercion, refers to efforts to manipulate another person s use of birth control or to undermine efforts to prevent an unwanted pregnancy. Examples include replacing birth control pills with fakes,… …

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  • 58 birth control and contraception — Birth control, or ‘birth planning’ (jihuashengyu), is one of the more controversial issues in contemporary China, entangling state policy and cultural mobilization. From the establishment of the PRC, a large population policy was favoured by the… …

    Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • 59 Birth (single) — Birth Single par KAT TUN Face A Birth Face B Star Rider Sortie 30 novembre 2011 …

    Wikipédia en Français

  • 60 Birth to Twenty — (BT20) is Africa s largest and longest running study of child and adolescent health and development, and one of the few large scale longitudinal studies in the world. The study is a birth cohort study, and in 1990 began to track the development… …

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