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  • 121 Birth of The Beatles — is a 1979 biopic TV movie, produced by Dick Clark s company (Dick Clark Productions), that focuses on the early history of 1960s rock band The Beatles. It originally appeared on the ABC television network. The soundtrack was recorded by the… …

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  • 122 Birth of Fire — (ISBN 0 671 65649 X) is a 1976 science fiction novel written by Jerry Pournelle and published by Baen Books. PlotlineThe book starts out in a year sometime between 2000 and 2050. It begins with Garret Pittson, a respected gang member who hasn t… …

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  • 123 Birth Lane — is the former home of Bradford Northern Rugby League Football Club. Bradford played here from 1908 to 1937, before moving to Odsal Stadium …

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  • 124 Birth of a Cynic — is the first independent release of 8stops7. It was produced by Paul Lani Paul Yered 1998 ©Elephant Ear Records. Most of its tracks were re recorded for their major label release, In Moderation on Warner Bros. Records/Reprise Records. The… …

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  • 125 birth rate — birth rate. См. рождаемость. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 126 birth mother — a person s mother related biologically rather than by adoption: also birthmother n. * * * …

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  • 127 Birth, The Defect of — • Illegitimacy, a canonical impediment to ordination Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 128 birth out of wedlock — index bar sinister Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 129 birth control — n 1) control of the number of children born esp. by preventing or lessening the frequency of conception: CONTRACEPTION 2) contraceptive devices or preparations * * * the use of contraception or sterilization (male or female) to prevent unwanted… …

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  • 130 birth control pill — n any of various preparations that usu. contain a combination of a progestogen (as norethindrone) and an estrogen (as ethinyl estradiol) but sometimes only a progestogen, are taken orally esp. on a daily basis, and act as contraceptives typically …

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  • 131 birth pang — n one of the regularly recurrent pains that are characteristic of childbirth usu. used in pl …

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  • 132 birth certificate — birth cer.tificate n an official document showing when and where you were born, and your parents names …

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  • 133 birth father — birth .father n a child s natural father, rather than a man who has become the child s legal father through ↑adoption …

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  • 134 birth mother — birth .mother n a child s natural mother, rather than a woman who has become the child s legal mother through ↑adoption …

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  • 135 birth parent — birth .parent n a child s natural mother or father, rather than someone who has become the child s legal mother or father through ↑adoption …

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  • 136 birth certificate — birth cer,tificate noun count an official document that shows your name, details of when and where you were born, and who your parents are …

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  • 137 birth control — birth con,trol noun uncount the practice of avoiding becoming pregnant or the methods used for this: CONTRACEPTION …

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  • 138 birth parent — birth ,parent noun count one of the parents someone had when they were born, rather than one of the parents who ADOPTED them …

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  • 139 birth control — birth′ control n. regulation of the number of children born through control or prevention of conception • Etymology: 1914, amer …

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  • 140 birth parent — birth′ par ent n. dvl med a parent who has conceived or sired rather than adopted a child and whose genes are therefore transmitted to the child Also called biological parent • Etymology: 1980–85 …

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