birth father


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birth father

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birthfather

(bûrth′fä′thər)
n.
One's biological father.
The genetic father of a child
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Coles shows the "incomplete" lives the birth father and adopted persons are living (5, 70, 214), that there is something "missing" (97, 214), and that a "void" always remains (66, 69, 97).
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While Khloe, 28, and Kris, 57, have insisted that Robert was indeed Khloe's birth father, they have yet to take a conclusive DNA test to prove it.
All she picture of Greg, whose The Wales-based birth father was living in Wales.
The stepfather could not cope with the children and they had been cared for by paternal grandparents, with contact with their birth father.
He wanted to adopt me but my birth father wouldn't allow it.
This summer, my daughter met her birth father for the first time since her adoption.
She noticed that Karine, 35, had an unusual Polish surname - the same as her birth father - and the pair realised they were half-sisters.
Baena revealed Joseph is aged 13 and learned Schwarzenegger is his birth father one year ago.
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