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LBW

 
low birth weight; see under infant.

LBW

Abbreviation for low birth weight.

LBW

abbreviation for low birth weight. See low-birth weight infant.

LBW

Low birth weight, see there.

LBW

Abbreviation for low birth weight.
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All the measured anthropometric parameters were lowest in preterm LBW followed by term LBW group and the highest in term control group (P<0.
4) LBW Non-LBW n (%) Mean [+ or -] n (%) Mean [+ or -] SD SD Characteristics of mother and child District Prachatice 19 (2.
The "feast" of which the LBW hymn speaks is not likely the banquet of bodies and consumption of corpses of which John speaks in 19:17-21.
Publication of Contemporary Worship 1 and 4 produced thirty-eight new hymns for LBW.
The LBW rescues the other sacrament, Holy Baptism, from the Occasional Services and presents it immediately after the Holy Communion.
The Te Deum was later to be included as part of the Paschal Blessing in LBW Morning Prayer.
Fundamentally, the LBW (6) provides encouragement for the weekly celebration of Holy Communion and a greater parish emphasis on Holy Baptism, both of which profoundly affect the nature and leadership of worship by pastors and musicians.
155) made its way to the LBW with its powerful expression of the "mutual conversation and consolation" in the royal priesthood of all believers.
LBW ultimately included 26 such chorales, most in their historic rhythmic form.
Did the LBW succeed in its goal "To restore to Holy Baptism the liturgical rank and dignity implied by Lutheran theology .
Key things that were emphasized in LBW include the following: baptismal accents in various liturgies; centrality of both word and sacrament each Lord's day; a clear Paschal focus; use of lay assisting ministers; fuller congregational participation; variations that provide a spectrum from a simple rite to a festive and full rite; ecumenical convergence; fuller use of psalms; appeal to all the senses; expanded use of the Bible in liturgy and lectionary; new liturgical music and hymns; a strong use of trinitarian language; more inclusive language; a stress on thanksgiving; a fuller resource for daily prayer; rich rites for Holy Week and the Triduum.
This reaffirms the well-known relationship between LBW and social, cultural and ethnic risk factors, with an overall association with higher deprivation.